I’ve flown half way round the world and back during the past week and a half. I’ve crisscrossed the Arabian Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. I’ve been within spitting distance of the equator and seen the snow-covered landscape of Greenland!
All my raw results are posted below. You be the scientist. Can you make any conclusions of your own? Does changing altitude make much of a difference at the equator? Does it make a difference over Greenland? What’s the average dose at 41,000′ down south? How about up north? What’s the dosage rate over Europe?
Riyadh to Maldives:
Maldives to Riyadh:
Riyadh to Paris:
London to Detroit:
I’ve flown over Greenland many times, but it’s always either been covered in cloud or too dark to see. I got lucky on this flight and captured these pictures at high noon. Notice how long the shadows are, even two months past the winter solstice? These shots are at 62 degrees North latitude.
The depth of the snow in the picture above must be thousands of feet deep. It fills in the valleys completely, leaving the craggy mountain peaks poking out like they were pine trees on an upper mountain slope.
Below is a gigantic glacier, ending in the frozen ocean.
Detroit to Greenville:
Greenville to London:
How much fuel does it take to fly from South Carolina to London? About a truck and a half worth!
London To Riyadh: