Ahhh... the difference isn't that significant regardless. Either way Clark… that prospect is absolutely incredible. I was thinking about how deep, in theory, the effects could propagate. I am reminded of a satellite image I found that features a massive area of the Gulf of Mexico with murky waters (well, more murky than the Gulf usually is anyway). It turns out that the mud on the bottom was actually churned up by hurricane Frances. And believe it. A lot of fish in the area have been reported to be abnormally large in size and in quantity. I continue to be amazed at such power.
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