couldn’t resist this one ☺
I was only plotting trajectories of carbon dioxide from Tokyo, when this came up:
How it began:
Cthulhu fhtagn! ☺
(the line in gibberish1 says "In seinem Haus in R’lyeh wartet träumend der tote Cthulhu" — Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Thulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn).
Published here with permission from NOAA ARL, under the condition that I make it clear that they are not producing these images for me. Which I hereby do: To produce these images I used the great HYSPLIT from NOAA ARL, but the images were not created by someone for me.
The gibberish is actually DEK shorthand: german stenography ☺ ↩
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