In VHA - Experiment 1 Measuring an occurrence it was shown that vehicles producing 80,000 kJ/min and when close to Meteorological Stations affect the temperature readings at those stations.
In Appendix A the experiment is repeated and compared to Jandakot Meteorological Station 25 km to the south. Jandakot was chosen as it is a similar distance from the ocean and at present appears unaffected by VHA
Games were once again scheduled at Inglewood oval for Sunday 14th February 2016 and the roster is a follows
Similar increases in the rate of variance were found during those game times as in the initial experiment.
When compared to Jandakot it is seen that during all test periods the temperature rose to higher than that at Jandakot and in Fig 1 and Fig 3 beginning from a lower starting point.
It is no surprise that the 5:45 Variances this week were lower and the 8:00 departure from Inglewood Bowls unapparent, due to it being Valentine's Day, with lower attendance numbers and earlier departures. This caused them to parallel Jandakot in Fig 4. In Fig 2 temps began 0.7 degrees warmer in Perth and ended 0.9 degree higher after an initial cooling. There was no Saturday Night function at Inglewood Bowls.
Once again VHA has been shown to be easy to reproduce, it now has been shown to cause variations in temperature greater than neighbouring meteorological stations. With so few vehicles causing the variations,doubt must be thrown on all of the climate models, recordings of record heat waves and hottest years.
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Google Maps - Jandakot Airport https://www.google.com.au/maps/@-32.1013124,115.8847054,1545m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en
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