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Message 2124038 - Posted: 15 Aug 2023, 8:51:13 UTC - in response to Message 2124037.  

That spider sure flipped when we tried to corner it. It took out the back wall in one go.....
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Message 2124057 - Posted: 15 Aug 2023, 21:37:13 UTC

93f outdoors and 73f in my house thanks to AC
it will easily get over 95.
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Message 2124102 - Posted: 16 Aug 2023, 15:57:24 UTC

Are we hiding a secret here down under?

Experts believe the Australian continent is hiding a meteor crater three times bigger than the one from the hit that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Experts believe the Australian continent is hiding the largest meteor crater on Earth, revealing a hit at least twice as powerful as the one that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Recent research published in the journal Technophysics points to the world’s largest known impact structure, buried deep in the earth in southern NSW.

Australia is home to at least 38 confirmed and 43 potential impact structures after it was pummelled by asteroids in Earth’s early history, but the Deniliquin structure is by far the biggest.

The structure, which is yet to be further tested by drilling, spans up to 520 kilometres in diameter, making it three times as wide as Mexico’s Chicxulub crater, which was left by the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Like many large meteor craters, the structure hiding under NSW is believed to be tied to a mass extinction event.

The Deniliquin structure was likely located on the eastern part of the Gondwana supercontinent before it split apart into many smaller continents, including Australia.

Researchers believe the impact that caused the structure may have occurred during the Late Ordovician extinction event, which wiped out 85 per cent of life on Earth between 445.2 and 443.8 million years ago.

That impact was more than double the scale of the Chicxulub impact, which killed off the dinosaurs.

It’s also possible the structure is even older, according to study co-author Andrew Glikson. It may be tied to the Cambrian era, which occurred about 514 million years ago......
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Message 2124115 - Posted: 16 Aug 2023, 18:19:29 UTC

87f on to another day in the 90 degree range tomorow is forcast yo be in the upper 80s.
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Message 2124122 - Posted: 16 Aug 2023, 21:23:37 UTC

92f so far, 95 + would not surprise me.
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Message 2124138 - Posted: 17 Aug 2023, 8:47:32 UTC

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Message 2124184 - Posted: 17 Aug 2023, 22:00:11 UTC
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90f has arrived once again, tomorrow the forcast is for a cooling trend.
This evening my 60th hs reunion, it will be interesting to see who shows up and find out how many of us are still alive.
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Message 2124186 - Posted: 17 Aug 2023, 22:47:08 UTC

Enjoy your evening Betreger. ;-)

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Message 2124198 - Posted: 18 Aug 2023, 4:54:15 UTC

A long time coming Betreger. I got another almost 30 years before that milestone. Make the most of it.

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Message 2124221 - Posted: 18 Aug 2023, 16:23:19 UTC

After 7 days of 90f weather an on shore flow has pushed the heat dome east and the current temp is 59f, ac will not be needed for next few days.
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Message 2124228 - Posted: 18 Aug 2023, 19:33:56 UTC

Lucky you. The weekend is predicted to be 106°f then 105°f.

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Message 2124229 - Posted: 18 Aug 2023, 20:05:44 UTC

100F here, high of 102, 75-96 for the next 9 days in the daytime.
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Message 2124230 - Posted: 18 Aug 2023, 20:15:50 UTC

As the sun rises here it's a breezy 2C (feels like -2C) with just 11C expected with another gale blowing. So I'll be staying inside again today.

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