OT: CA Wildfires quantifying
johnf at panix.com
Wed Sep 9 19:11:15 EDT 2020
On Wed, Sep 09, 2020 at 12:11:43PM -0700, Larry Colen wrote:
> It???s a bit dark out today. How dark?
> f/16, 1/100 ISO 10,000
> about 1% of normal light about 7 stops
... and with a significant colour shift towards the red.
It's also more than a little cooler than yesterday.
This time yesterday the temperature here was 103F (~40C).
Today it's 68F (20C).
It feels as though we're on a film set, and we're on Mars.
Or, alternatively, we're at the beginning of the nuclear
winter that was the downfall of the dinosaurs.
99% of the light not getting to the surface of the earth
is just downright weird.
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