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Respect Rotom Dex (Pokemon Anime)

2019.06.14 17:01 doctorgecko Respect Rotom Dex (Pokemon Anime)

Rotom Dex

Rotom is the Plasma Pokemon, and is a species known for being able to possess and inhabit various pieces of technology. This particular Rotom inhabits a Pokedex, a special encyclopedia to give information on the world's Pokemon, specifically designed to make use of its abilities. It partnered up with Ash Ketchum when he arrived in the Alola region, and now acts his source of information of the Pokemon he encounters while simultaneously trying to discover as much about Pokemon it can.
At the end of the Sun and Moon series it stays in the Alola region to work for the Aether Foundation.

Dex Abilities

General
Analysis
Expanded Features
Limitations

Physicals

Strength
Speed
Flight Speed
Durability
Senses
Misc

Rotom Itself

In a few episodes Rotom leaves the Pokedex, where it gets a couple feats in Rotom's various forms.
Rotom
Rotom Wash:
Fan Rotom:
Mow Rotom:
Heat Rotom:
Frost Rotom:
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2018.01.25 05:42 Zvenigora A Partially-Solved(?) Geohistorical Mystery: the 6th-Century Dust Veil Event

The mid-sixth century was a trying time for civilizations. Starting in 536, a mysterious obscuration of the sun was noted in the Mediterranean and elsewhere. As K. Kris Hurst tells the story,
According to written records and supported by dendrochronology (tree ring) and archaeological evidence, for 12-18 months in AD 536-537, a thick, persistent dust veil or dry fog darkened the skies between Europe and Asia Minor. The climatic interruption brought by the thick, bluish fog extended as far east as China, where summer frosts and snow are mentioned in historical records; tree ring data from Mongolia and Siberia to Argentina and Chile reflect decreased growing records from 536 and the subsequent decade.
The climatic effects of the dust veil brought decreased temperatures, drought, and food shortages throughout the affected regions: in Europe, two years later came the Justinian plague. The combination killed perhaps as much as 1/3 of the population of Europe; in China, the famine killed perhaps 80% of people in some regions; and in Scandinavia, the losses may have been as much as 75-90% of the population, as evidenced by the numbers of deserted villages and cemeteries.
The rediscovery of the AD 536 event was made during the 1980s by American geoscientists Stothers and Rampino, who searched classical sources for evidence of volcanic eruptions. Among their other findings, they noted several references to environmental disasters around the world between AD 536-538.
Contemporary reports identified by Stothers and Rampino included Michael the Syrian, who wrote "the sun became dark and its darkness lasted for one and a half years...
Each day it shone for about four hours and still this light was only a feeble shadow... the fruits did not ripen and the wine tasted like sour grapes." John of Ephesus related much the same events. Prokopios, who lived in both Africa and Italy at the time, said "For the sun gave forth its light without brightness, like the moon, during this whole year, and it seemed exceedingly like the sun in eclipse, for the beams it shed were not clear nor such as it is accustomed to shed."
An anonymous Syrian chronicler wrote "...the sun began to be darkened by day and the moon by night, while ocean was tumultuous with spray, from the 24th of March in this year till the 24th of June in the following year..." and the following winter in Mesopotamia was so bad that "from the large and unwonted quantity of snow the birds perished."
Cassiodorus, praetorian prefect of Italy at the time, wrote "so we have had a winter without storms, spring without mildness, summer without heat". John Lydos, in On Portents, writing from Constantinople, said: "If the sun becomes dim because the air is dense from rising moisture--as happened in [536/537] for nearly a whole year... so that produce was destroyed because of the bad time--it predicts heavy trouble in Europe."
And in China, reports indicate that the star of Canopus could not be seen in as usual in the spring and fall equinoxes of 536, and the years AD 536-538 were marked by summer snows and frosts, drought and severe famine. In some parts of China, the weather was so severe that 70-80% of the people starved to death. Mysterious booming sounds were allegedly heard from the south from China some time around 536.
Tree rings show that 536 and the following ten years was a period of slow growth for Scandinavian pines, European oaks and even several North American species including bristlecone pine and foxtail; similar patterns of ring size decrease are also seen in trees in Mongolia and northern Siberia.....
...Archaeological evidence described by Gräslund and Price shows that Scandinavia might have experienced the worst troubles. Almost 75% of villages were abandoned in parts of Sweden, and areas of southern Norway show a decrease in formal burials--indicating that haste was required in interments--up to 90-95%.
Scandinavian narratives recount possible events that might be referring to 536. Snorri Sturluson's Edda includes a reference to Fimbulwinter, the "great" or "mighty" winter that served as a forewarning of Ragnarök, the destruction of the world and all of its inhabitants. "First of all that a winter will come called Fimbulwinter. Then snow will drift from all directions. There will then be great frosts and keen winds. The sun will do no good. There will be three of these winters together and no summer between."
Gräslund and Price speculate that the social unrest and sharp agrarian decline and demographic disaster in Scandinavia may have been a primary catalyst for the Viking diaspora--when in the 9th century AD, young men left Scandinavia in droves and sought to conquer new worlds.
There was immediate suspicion that volcanic activity was to blame for the tribulations--yet at first, no evidence of such was found in the records available in the 1980s. This led a few researchers to speculate that an extraterrestrial impact (comet or asteroid) might even have been to blame. No good evidence surfaced, however, and the notion was shelved.
Later in the 1980s, evidence positively linking the event to volcanism began to be accumulated; but the question was, where? An early suspect was the Rabaul Caldera in present-day New Guinea, and for a while, this became the accepted narrative: the event was caused by a monster eruption of Rabaul in 536. But this hypothesis eventually ran into trouble as well, as it proved to be based on faulty chronology and mixed-up evidence. Meanwhile, other candidates were being uncovered.
The one that gained the most attention next was Krakatau in the Sunda Strait between Sumatra and Java, already famous for a well-documented violent eruption in August of 1883. Older eruptive history of this volcano is less well known, but an old Javanese chronicle known as the Pustaka Raja Purwa asserted that in the local year 338 (often assigned to AD 416, but this is controversial,) a great cataclysm in the area began with fire coming out of mountains and a pall of darkness; later, one mountain collapsed into the sea and disappeared, severing Java from Sumatra and ostensibly creating the Sunda Strait.
Some researchers speculated that if the year in question were actually 535 rather than 416, this might be the start of a scenario to explain the dust-veil event, and it was conjectured based on bathymetry that the Sunda Strait might be the northern end of a huge caldera 50 kilometers in diameter which was formed by an eruption dwarfing in scale that of 1883 and propelling several hundred cubic kilometers of ejecta and other materials into the atmosphere in an ultra-Plinian eruptive sequence. A good outline of this "Sunda Straits eruption" theory is given here. This theory became very popular in the early 2000s and was promoted in popular books by David Keys and Simon Winchester. It also provided a ready explanation for the enigmatic booms--Krakatau's 1883 eruption was so loud it was heard 3,000 miles away in a direct line, as well as 12,000 miles away on the opposite side of the planet via antipodal focusing.
Other candidates were being proposed as well. In 2010, Dull, et al. drew attention to Ilopango, in present-day El Salvador, whose Tierra Blanca Joven (TBJ) eruption was being re-dated to fall within the time window to be a potential culprit. More recently, the plot thickened: a new study involving ice cores and climate modeling by Toohey, et al. provided a more nuanced view, that the dust-veil event was the joint result of not one but at least two volcanic events. Judging by the relative strength of the chemical signal in Greenland and Antarctica, the researchers determined that the first eruption, in 536, occurred at middle to high latitude in the northern hemisphere, followed by a partial recovery; then a second, larger blast occured in 540 in the tropics somewhere around 15 degrees north, intensifying and prolonging the obscuration phenomena and the global lowering of temperatures. The second event is a fair match for the Ilopango TBJ eruption, and may well be just that. But there are problems tying the first event to any putative Sunda Strait eruption at Krakatau.
First, the location is wrong: Krakatau lies south of the equator in the tropics, not in higher northern latitudes. Second, Nishimura, et al. have analyzed the plate tectonics of the Sunda Strait area and noted that the strait corresponds to a rift valley perpendicular to the main subduction zone, along which Java and Sumatra are pulling apart with a quasi-rotational motion. The Sunda Strait might have existed as long as two million years, and by this account there is no evidence that it was created recently. Although smaller calderas from the 1883 eruption and earlier exist around Krakatau, the giant caldera presumed to exist here may be just a misinterpretation of the curving walls of the larger rift valley, and thus may not really exist.
Third and most telling, Southon, Mohtadi, and Pol-Holz have analyzed foraminifera from marine cores in the area for evidence of historic eruptions, and found absolutely no evidence for any major eruption in the area around 535-6, even though the presumably smaller eruption in 1883 in the same spot left a clear signal in the same record. Although Krakatau clearly has a violent history, it looks like the proposed Sunda Strait eruption of 536 simply never happened, and we must look elsewhere for the eruption of that year.
As for the booms in the south reported by Chinese chroniclers, these may simply have been what are colloquially called "skyquakes," sounds travelling long distances in the atmosphere via an anomalous ducting process related to temperature inversions. The ultimate origin of such sounds can be various: distant thunderstorms, rockslides, avalanches, calving glaciers, or high surf. Sometimes the exact origin cannot be determined with confidence.The obscurations that follow large global volcanic events tend to intensify temperature inversions, and thus may facilitate the occurrence of skyquakes.
We are thus left with guessing where the northern-hemisphere eruption might have occurred. Three regions exist which might be considered: the northern Mediterranean, Iceland, and the northern part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, especially inland Alaska, where not too many years ago, two sizeable historic eruptions were traced to a remote spot in the backcountry where the presence of a volcano had not even been suspected.
I think the Mediterranean can be dismissed for the simple reason that had a really large eruption occurred there, we would know more about it, as several literate civilizations existed on its edges, and there would have been eyewitness accounts of the actual eruption.
One clue is the "dry fog" or tropospheric sulfate haze which was clearly reported from the Mediterranean area. This tends to have a shorter atmospheric residence time than the higher stratospheric aerosols, and thus tends to be more regionally concentrated rather than truly global. The volcanoes of the Ring of Fire are a long way upwind of Europe, and thus seem like a less likely source. Iceland is a different story, and the phenomena reported by Prokopios and others read like a larger version of what was observed after the Laki eruption of 1783-84, which emitted a lot of sulfates even during the effusive, non-explosive parts of the eruption sequence. The presence of ash in Greenland ice cores for this period is consistent with an Iceland eruption, as Iceland is relatively nearby. As Iceland was uninhabited in the sixth century, we have no direct account of which particular volcano might have been responsible, but Katla, Hekla, or Laki are all possible suspects. Perhaps the appropriate palaeovolcanology or ice cores from the local icecap might shed some light on the matter and complete the solution to the mystery.
So the best fit to what happened would seem to be a very large eruption of an unidentified Icelandic volcano in 536, followed by the Ilopango TBJ blast four years later. As a footnote to this story, Rabaul Caldera, which was once suspected of causing the sixth-century dust veil event, has been possibly implicated in another enigma, the mystery eruption of December 1808.
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