[LMB] OT: Random?

Raymond Collins rcrcoll6 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 27 10:36:42 GMT 2021

Interesting. I'll look into that. I find the Polynesian exploration of the
Pacific Ocean to be the most fascinating and courageous adventure of
exploration in human history.  I wonder how many Polynesian expeditions
ended up on the Pacific seafloor.

On Sun, Dec 26, 2021, 11:50 PM WILLIAM A WENRICH <wawenri at msn.com> wrote:

> As a pastime, I will often stumble (drunkards walk?) around the internet
> to see if I can find things I don’t know. If I do I will try to verify them
> and link them up with other pieces of information.
> Today I found that there was an interruption in the voyaging of the
> Polynesians almost as described in Disney’s Moana (not caused by a demigod)
> called the long pause. The possible cause I found interesting was that a
> string of El Niño’s in the Pacific changed the weather, winds, and ocean
> currents. This appears to intersect with the times of century long droughts
> in both North and South America.
> The articles I read were not very specific as to the time period.
> I enjoy learning new things.
> William A Wenrich
>   *   A sinner dependent on God’s grace.
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