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Offline Marib-yemen

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Why Does One Roof Have Snow And The Other Not ?
« Reply #25 on: 26/12/2009 05:35:33 »
Do the remains of the roof snow move or drift to the end properties with the aid of whether temperature conditions.

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« Reply #26 on: 26/12/2009 12:16:02 »
Neilep, it is due to the reindeer's.

As you know reindeer's are impatient creatures, they just cant stand still. And if you just could magnify the photo I'm sure we would see some 'spilling's' too.

And this proposal is made by a reindeer scientist. I've actually seen them, alive...

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Ah, not the spilling though.
Alive, I mean.

And thats why the other part of the roof looks so dark. I could bet you that it was much much lighter before Xmaz

My word !..I think your on (yor on ) to something there. !!..yes..yes...ewe are right !!..I meticulously inspected the roof and found it to be covered in a layer of reindeer poo poo and wee !!....Do reindeer's do it bat style ?..cos it smelled like guano !

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« Reply #27 on: 26/12/2009 14:41:11 »
Yep Neilep, all my studies have come to the same conclusion. It's their way of marking their territory. Be glad they only, ah, spilled?

Otherwise the roofs would have been yellow.
 

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« Reply #28 on: 29/12/2009 20:49:54 »
Reading you again... Wee?

Then it must have been a new strain.

Perhaps they've mutated?
 

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Why Does One Roof Have Snow And The Other Not ?
« Reply #29 on: 31/12/2009 01:21:56 »
Could be blown snow, of the insulation in one roof versus the other or could just be where the snow fell.
 

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