ml-d reminders

By: vis0 , 2:53 AM GMT on June 09, 2014

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NOW aROUND the oblate ml-d outermost AOI



is natures' individual response(s) to the ml-d being ON as to the ml-d settings of  more precip. & mixing of atmosphere(s) UNDER the ml-d.
Natures' response are HIGHS (opposite of more precip. & mixing) form just outside/aROUND the outermost ml-d AOI.  The ml-d "asks" nature to dance to its "tune" (settings) In obliging the ml-d's "kind request" nature takes minuscule amounts of energies from around the ml-d to create the ml-d desired output, in taking those minuscule amounts to raise moisture & create wind shifts, doldrum areas are created.

EXAMPLE: i need to jump start my car's battery, lets say it needs a 1 volt charge i can either get a 1 volt charger or get 100 wire tangled .01 volt chargers. Nature in response to the ml-d does the latter, as in doing so disturbs the least of her surroundings thus any AREA JUST OUTSIDE THE OUTERMOST ml-d AOI has a 25% higher chance of having a moderate drought, REMEMBER the "mosee" effect (Motion overspill energy errors), since weather has a W-E flow it means there should be a slight shift of the drier conditions heading a bit east into/under the outermost ml-d AOI and in the Ocean, a wetter than should be area heading eastward outside the ml-d outermost AOI but harder to tell, since the Ocean tends to be  wet.   Therefore those observing the weather cannot see ONE THING (be it SAL, Mo(mentum) or MjO, Curly(Coriolis), fronts in the mid or further East Atlantic maintaining an average/mean barometric pressure closer to barometric levels more attuned towards HIGHs form all influencing TS to become anaemic and/or other forms of influences where the sudden change in weather comes from as in influencing Tropical Storms to maintain an anaemic life span. In the end it seems like many things ganged up against TS formation just outside the ml-d AOI.

There are as many scenarios as there are 1 minute degree quad. directions towards NYC from any forming TS in the ATL/GoMx basins
, i left a few animations showing several scenarios during the latter half of the 2013 ATL TS season.

Remember the lower the rotation the easier to go against the ml-d so a TD can form into a TS even if its heading away from the ml-d
but as its rotational values rise if it remains going away if it wants to "survive" it has to leave the ml-d influence, in 2013 a few TS did this just NW off Africa. Do an overlay of the ml-d area in the mid Atlantic then watch as the TS/Hurr has a THIRD of the TS/HURR AOI go under the ml-d AOI & HIGHS just outside the ml-d AOI. The TS go into turbulence (Turb) mode head eastward regain form head west again towards ml-d AOI Turb. mode. In case one wants to ask why don't i (vis0) create an overlay. i did, the 5 or more on my blog still here the 2 on Dr. Masters where removed during my bans.

(remember ONLY under 2 circumstances does the ml-d lose its influence:
a)Its OFF
b)Its been moved/reset.

(so from time2time to check & see if the ml-d in ON or resetting as of late had more resets than a cheap digital watch)

As stated on my earlier WxU blogs when the NATURAL TREND is to have TS steered towards the ml-d AOI, be it towards the innermost (even the ~middle AOI) you will see TS forming & moving with ease AS LONG AS ONE OF ITS FORWARD QUADRANTS is towards zip 10016 (nyc) even if a front approaches the TS/Hurr. This is 'cause the ml-d influence being at 2 times the natural average will give the TS 2 times more leverage.
How is this "leverage" determined?
As stated on earlier blogs the ml-d attaches its influence via rotating elements. The faster the rotating element the more influence (similar to how flying orbs can blend several metals as if one and thus fight gravity by using the repelling forces created within those rotating elements as they temporarily share etrons, ntrons & ptrons, these are names i gave electrons etc. at the ethereal level) therefore the stronger rotation takes on the ml-d influence.
As to Galacsics the "sinking" rotating element perpendicular to its complex parental sphere gravitational centre (Earth) has the right of way. This means a TS/HURR (horizontal rotation) being equal in force/energy to a front (vertical rotation) the Horizontal force wins the use of the ml-d's influence. (In Physics i think the opposite is true, BUT NOT SURE) Now how it uses that force is up to nature, the TS could buzz saw through the front (least likely as rules of physics still dominates in THE END), repel the front with its outflow, squeeze the atmosphere of it moisture so it cools the fronts ability to charge up, cause a heat inversion thus drying out all available evaporation moisture that could have fed the/an inflow of the front and much more ...just send 22,000 bazooka wrappers to Grothar. It wont get you ml-d info, but will get you a used AC camper unit & some good advice as to saving $$ for retirement, and the latter is priceless.
Now IF a NATURAL EVENT OUTSIDE the ml-d AOI is more than 2 times stronger and ON more than the ml-d IT (The Natural) WILL trump the ml-d (UNLESS i raise the ml-d above 3 times then only catastrophic influences can trump the ml-d. By Catastrophic i mean large asteroid or sudden over active volcanic activities due to polarity twists which leave a long term domino affect on climate.
What is a polarity twist?
Its another of my crazy 1970s theories sent to The Weather channel during the 1990s, and is how a complex planet quasi-shifts polarity, might leave clues later.

REMEMBER portable ml-d ends its reset sun/mon in <24hrs.

Please take into account that weather systems tend to move W-E & the Coriolis therefore "motion overspill energy errors" (mosee) occur, in other words since weather trends force things to move West to East there should be a dragging of the ml-d AOI influences by a few dozens miles towards the east.,peace

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Born,NYC. From age 6 - 11 jotted down graphics(left hand) notes(right hand) enough to fill 4.5 moving boxes. Compiled those 32kpgs into Sciencious...

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