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rain
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Nov 18, 2009 | 9:38 PM EST

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talkin about orographic rain and such.

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sytanicsytanic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Subtle

Love the subtle humour in this.



SirDurrhurrSirDurrhurr

Rated 2 / 5 stars

its allright

it really needs some sound... not even narration. a silly song or something upbeat would make it pretty damn enjoyable... ah well. it's animated decently i guess, though the :awesome: sun really serves no purpose.



djhannesxdjhannesx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Clean and presentable. Should check facts, though

Nicely done. Defines "Orographic" a word that I didn't even know about until now.

Some things you could do to improve:
Sound effects.
A narrator (unless you can't find anyone who has a good speaking voice).
The flash movie should stop at the end and offer a button to replay.

BTW, after doing a quick Google search, myself, I'm still not so clear about orographic precipitation, though. Does it really rain that much on the leeward side as shown on the flash movie? Wikipedia, for example, says that most of the Orographic precipitation for some islands falls on the windward side and the leeward side remains dry as a desert.


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TheKrimsonKrusaderTheKrimsonKrusader

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Oh is that how

I've been doing it wrong all this time
Where do I buy a "The Sun," and "ocean water?"
Is offshore winds expensive, do I have to import it at a fee? How long must I evaporate my ocean water for? My final question is this:
Are the profits worth the expense?


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DemonTomatoDemonTomato

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I gotta say

I don't know about you all, but I for one feel slightly less educated than I was a minute ago!
You just have to love the internet...