divoc-4
Divoc-4
April 5



*** RW'S TALK + DISCUSSION 

https://pad.hacc.space/7rm8812qSUm5pG4u-LXUrA?both





*** MORE FREE DISCUSSION


[~] good global weather site, with api

https://openweathermap.org/

https://yr.no is pretty ok
easy to embed, for example like on https://totalism.org/fuerteventura



[~] * raw historic weather

https://crudata.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/temperature/#datdow
weather history api (not sure if global?)

https://www.meteo.physik.uni-muenchen.de/wetter/index.html
https://www.meteo.physik.uni-muenchen.de/DokuWiki/doku.php?id=wetter



[~] * what can one/a hacker do with an own weather station?




[] global weather (etc) models

hamburg uni model


* Limits to Growth ... 1970s... World-2


* Cybersyn from Chile 1970s (Stafford Beer cybernetics)


interactive art with pots/sliders to change and experience the changes

[!

https://julialang.org/ maybe together with others in a workshop, to implement a one collumn climate model (based on https://github.com/jsbj/RRTM.jl)




[!!→] HXS - let's deploy our model online?

why do it?:
    1) we replicate by documenting capacity to run these models because they're often wicked to set up, written in fortran etc
    2) yeah to have something running, find and curate data sources
    3) to gain knowledge of these models, their limits, and try to maybe find a platform we could maybe contribute to

in practice:
    * these models will most often be produced in university contexts
    * and those are fucking famous for being a mess to deploy
    * so:
        A) hackers to the rescue (cursing ensues):
            1) we do love this science
            2) we do love weird technologies, or atleast ... can handle them ... sometimes
            3) ... also much later ... we can piece things together
        B) ... but also ... we could :
            * ask for support (funding) to do this kind of things




[!→] GLOBAL MAPS

https://www.visualcapitalist.com/visualizing-the-flow-of-oil-around-the-world/
nice single-segment (oil) visualization

https://globe.cid.harvard.edu

https://blueshift.io/international-trade.html
i remember some import/export map like this ... but with more control/filters
You guys it was lovely to get an new Toy Planet do play around. I have to go, grep some lunch und than hitting over to the reclaim your face session. So lang thanks for the Input.

https://armsglobe.chromeexperiments.com/
(global arms trade visualization)

https://www.google.com/earth/studio/
google tool, only private access for the moment




[!→] ART/RESIDENCY -- October-December CHT has a residency in Kunsthal Gent Belgium

looking for art, specifically art that engages the current nature-cultural situtation




[→] RESOURCE/CSV -- ART AND HACC

art and climate

Communicating information, statistics, numbers, especially on social topics (not so much natural sciences) with pictures, diagrams, maps...
https://katapult-magazin.de/de

Project to communicate climate science to the public ('climate science for everyone'), also using art
https://www.climanosco.org/



WEATHER / IRRADIATION MAPS

https://www.ventusky.com
fancy global weater visu

https://globalsolaratlas.info/map?s=28.304381,-13.886719&m=site
useful for #solar !
@@solar
to calculate PV yields, etc


[!] PROJECT -- APPARENT TEMPERATURE CALCULATION

"feels like" temperatures, and "human indexes"
these kind of indexes might be important for how we perceive climate change dynamics.

http://www.city-data.com/forum/weather/1569849-if-there-feels-like-apparent-temperatures.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apparent_temperature
 Since there is no direct measurement of solar radiation in U.S. observation systems, and solar radiation can add up to 15 °F (8.3 °C) to the apparent temperature, commercial weather companies have attempted to develop their own proprietary apparent temperature systems, including The Weather Company's "FeelsLike" and AccuWeather's "RealFeel." These systems, while their exact mechanisms are trade secrets, are believed to estimate the effect of solar radiation based on the available meteorological data that is reported (such as UV index and cloud cover).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraviolet_index

Is there an opensource project for this?
https://github.com/marharyta/apparent-temperature



NICE WORLD WEATHER MAP

https://www.woeurope.eu/cgi-app/weathercharts?CONT=euro&MAPS=uv&LANG=eu&LOOP=0
https://www.woeurope.eu/cgi-app/watertemperature?LANG=eu&CONT=euro&GEBIET=0006
https://www.woeurope.eu/cgi-app/watertemperature?LANG=eu&CONT=afri&GEBIET=0013
https://www.woeurope.eu/weather/maps/forecastmaps?LANG=eu&CONT=euro&R=300



IRRADIANCE

Germany = 2~5
Canarias = 10~11




[!!→→] META/SPREAD/INCUSIVE/COMMUNITY -- asking people to join the network / HXS

### btw develop other scripts

(at CHT we also call them COMMUNIQUES or PROTOCOLS or FLOWS or SURVEY or TEMPLATES)

within forum (if you don't have explicit welcoming round)
do several cues for invites:
    1) here is the pad, please put yourself down
    2) "by the way" remind people to do that if they didnt do i tyet
    3) at some point you check and read out ahah ok cool i see x y z
you ask somebody that you think might want to be there but "forgot" to do it

figure out organically:
    A) i didn't write because i forgot and really want to
    B) i didnt write because i'm not sure if this will work out and if i have time
    C) i didnt write because stazi
... without making people feel weird about it
... but also trying to make it safe for them to participate, even if they didn't imagine it before
... especially in context of possibily shifting "radicality" of what we're talking



[!→] HSX/COMMUNITY/INCLUSIVE -- "HACC SECRET IDS" (helpe people communicate/manage identities)

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