Bob's Thoughts about cheating

2011 August 30

Bob states:
What appears to be very rapid airflow at 30,000 ft. elevation
is slower than what is below it.

The point is exactly the opposite of what you propose. The airspeed of the jetstream is FASTER
than the motion of the earth and in the SAME direction. Apparently you don't believe me. Look it up
on Wikipedia:

My other point is that computers with access to Wikipedia know which direction that the jet stream
moves and how it moves faster. Yet you, being only a human, do NOT know such important facts.
You don't know these facts in spite of the fact that it is totally obvious that weather moves from my
home to your home which means it must move FASTER than the speed at which the earth is moving
in that same direction.

All you have proven by this discussion is that your computer is smarter than you are.
Proof: Wikipedia Jet Stream info is what your computer believes and "Bob's intuition and
misinformation" is what
you believe.

You also believe that such human stupidity (as I possess as well) will outlast Watson the Lawyer,
Watson the Judge and Watson the Doctor.

Guess again, Bob. Perhaps you believe that the Great Apes are larger and stronger than humans
and therefore must be running the world due to their superiority???
No doubt, the Neanderthals believed that their physical superiority to the humans would make them
dominant as well. I met the "superior" Right End from my high school football team. He works as a
delivery person for FedEx, which makes him physically superior to me as well.  I could not do such
boring repetatve physical work that he does.

Let me inform you that brains win over brawn and the robots have both the brawn and are acquiring
the brains at an incredible rate.


On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 8:51 PM, Bob Russell <> wrote:

Mr. Martin, air movement speed assessments are all relative, it seems.

Note: The air at the equator is moving at greater than 1000 mph
to be in alignment with the movement of the earth's diurnal orbitary
rotation and not tear trees and villages from the earth's surface.

What appears to be very rapid airflow at 30,000 ft. elevation
is slower than what is below it.

From: Donald Martin <>
To: Bob Russell <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 9:44 PM
Subject: Re: 2011/08/30 - 03 - BR#1 - Now, about the meteorlogical situation of wind speeds ...

The air above actually moves faster than the air near the surface.
Is the fact that the air above is at a larger radius enough to explain why it moves faster?
Tony conducted experiments at the UofC in which it was necessary to have a temperature differential
before the simulated upper atmosphere traveled faster.
It was interesting talking to Tony and finding out how much he knew about the subject. He thinks that
Anthropogenic Global Warming is a Hoax and he has the first-hand scientific knowledge to back it up.


On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 8:16 PM, Bob Russell <> wrote:

Your telephone seems to have halted the conversational response
that I was preparing tonight.

Q.: Why do the winds traverse the earth in the same general direction
as the earth rotates in its orbit around the sun?
A1: The prime force of the earth's surface moving in its defined and
slightly changing orbit pattern affects the wind nearest the surface
of the earth. Higher air sections are similarly affected by the movement
of the air beneath them.

Q.: Why doesn't the air above the earth move as rapidly as the air
near the surface?
A1: At the equator the earth rotates at a speed greater than 1,000 mph!
The earth's circumference is about 25,000 miles in length. The number
of hours in a day is 24 hours. Thus, compared with an external view of
the rate of speed of daily orbiting movement the lowest section of air
would travel at a rate exceeding 1000 mph.

The higher levels don't travel as rapidly as there is friction that absorbs
heat of the air movement that slows down upper sections of air.
Also, that upper air is cooler than the air below it.

P.S. I've never thought about this condition in this manner before.
Yes, it may not be complete to describe these various conditions.