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Faris Wald

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Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.
This science fair project develops a correlation between yearly solar flare X-ray Irradiation and worldwide yearly tropical cyclone activity; where Accumulated Cyclone Energy, Major Hurricane Days, and Hurricane Days, are graphed in an effort to estimate future year tropical cyclone activity.

Google was accessed to locate and download yearly Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) X-ray 5-minute data which measures solar flare X-ray irradiance in W/m2 at Earth. Similarly Google was also accessed to locate yearly sums of worldwide Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE), Major Hurricane Days (MHDs), and Hurricane Days (HDs).

Nine figures are used to demonstrate that an exponential relationship exists between the slow release of stored electrons in the Inner Van Allen Belt inward over time and a one-year time delay in tropical cyclone activity.

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New Mexico Geological Society

Excellence in Geoscience Awards - NM Science and Engineering Fair

The Excellence in Geoscience Award was given to two NM high-school students for their presentations at the NM Science and Engineering Fair on April 1, 2017. The awards are jointly sponsored by the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and New Mexico Geological Society.

The Junior winner is:
Faris Wald
Capshaw Middle School
Teacher/Sponsor: Christy Krenek

Title: The Correlation Between Solar Coronal Hole Occurrences and the Formation of Tropical Cyclones

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Post by killing raven sun » Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am

Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:

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Re: Faris Wald

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killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:

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Re: Faris Wald

Post by clemon » Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:43 am

you seem to engage in projection and denial of reality a lot, these are pretty bad defence mechanisms. i suggest a sense of humour?
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Re: Faris Wald

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killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:

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Re: Faris Wald

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clemon wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:43 am
you seem to engage in projection and denial of reality a lot, these are pretty bad defence mechanisms. i suggest a sense of humour?
What makes you say that?

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Re: Faris Wald

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killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:

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Re: Faris Wald

Post by killing raven sun » Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:24 am

killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:

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Re: Faris Wald

Post by killing raven sun » Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:35 am

killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:24 am
killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:25 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.

i made it bigger text to help you read old man :lol:


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Re: Faris Wald

Post by killing raven sun » Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:42 am

killing raven sun wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:09 am
Faris Wald, 15, Santa Fe, NM, won the $25,000 Prize, for his overall mastery of science and engineering as well as for his project, which found a correlation between coronal holes and cyclones. Faris has always been curious about the strength of the sun’s power and its effect on our planet, which prompted him to analyze data related to sunspot and coronal hole events.
This science fair project develops a correlation between yearly solar flare X-ray Irradiation and worldwide yearly tropical cyclone activity; where Accumulated Cyclone Energy, Major Hurricane Days, and Hurricane Days, are graphed in an effort to estimate future year tropical cyclone activity.

Google was accessed to locate and download yearly Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) X-ray 5-minute data which measures solar flare X-ray irradiance in W/m2 at Earth. Similarly Google was also accessed to locate yearly sums of worldwide Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE), Major Hurricane Days (MHDs), and Hurricane Days (HDs).

Nine figures are used to demonstrate that an exponential relationship exists between the slow release of stored electrons in the Inner Van Allen Belt inward over time and a one-year time delay in tropical cyclone activity.

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