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Re: CONLANG Digest - 18 May 2008 to 19 May 2008 (#2008-137)

From:ROGER MILLS <rfmilly@...>
Date:Wednesday, May 21, 2008, 3:33
David McCann wrote:

(By any chance, were you on a World-building site that existed back around
1999-2000? Your name sort of rings a bell.......)
> >On Mon, 2008-05-19 ROGER MILLS wrote: > > > I still don't know how the slightly greater axial tilt (27+ degrees vs. >our > > 23.5 degrees) affects weather patterns.........That part wasn't included >in > > the WB site :-( > >The four degrees won't do very much, but generally increasing the axial >inclination > >1. Increases savanna at the expense of equatorial rain-forest > >2. Increases sub-tropical forest (e.g. as in California / Spain and >Carolina / China) at the expense of the hot deserts. > >I seem to remember you can get rid of deserts by increasing tilt to >about 40 degrees.
Too late to do that!! but it doesn't sound good anyway...every planet should have a desert of two :-) ......Thanks for the other interesting info. If you do much planet building (!) have a look at
> >
Goodness me, I think I had that bookmarked years ago (or at least a site with similar name(?) that was impossibly mathematical) this one looks much more usable and looks like a valuable resource which I'll investigate further. But I'm always afraid to tinker too much with the data already derived via Viau's WB site, just in case somethng now cast in stone turns out to be horribly wrong.