1:52:34 – Frank Edward Nora, Chad Bowers, and Carrie Michel tell us about Mistakes!!  PQ Ribber reviews the week past and commentates on the proceedings.

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Released July 2013 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts presenting  an array of talk-driven programs that are inspired by the Magic of the Human Voice!
2 Responses to “Overnightscape Central – Mistakes (7/29/13)”
  1. chad bowers says:

    Frank,

    Your comment about spilling milk got my brain ticking. It was an interesting thought about one spilling milk to the point that they flooded the whole world.

    I came up with some interesting information about this phenomena.

    The average evaporation rate in the US for pool owners is 1 Gallon of water per square meter of water. If you are in Texas is the summer this would be more like 2 gallons of water per square meter. If windy and hot, even more, but anyway I went with 1 gallon of water per square meter of water per day.

    If you were to pour out 6 gallons of milk per minute, that would be 8640 gallons per day.

    That means that with average evaporation your pond would grow to, depending on topography, up to about 8640 square meters or about 2.14 acres in surface area before evaporation overtook the rate of milk you were adding.

  2. pqribber says:

    Now, we need to consider the ‘cheesification’ process that affects unrefrigerated, and even older, refrigerated cow juice. The pool would rapidly become chunky and rather whiffy, which may affect the above figures in a long-term situation….

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