Interested in weather lore, I'm rewriting a book by Richard Inwards. Geo-physics has prevented its completion. But I am nearly at the first edition.
By: Weatherlawyer, 8:27 AM GMT on September 10, 2014
Slated for t+ 84 according to the Meteorological&Climategate North Atlantic Forecast for midnight 9 September 2014. That is probably because of tectonic activity in Kamchatka. However such a set-up looks suspiciously like the harmonic for tropical storms. Moreover there appears to be a tongue of high pressure available to pass between the Icelandic Low and that newcomer from the south.
That should be interesting.
The OPC loop shows the analysis from ...
By: Weatherlawyer, 9:56 AM GMT on July 01, 2014
From my first blog on this subject:
I had thought the 7.9 Rat Island earthquake on 23 June 2014 would signal a change in the weather.
2014/06/23 at 20:53. 51.8degrees North; 178.8 degrees East.
7.9 Magnitude Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands
I can normally forecast when a large earthquake is due. The anomalies involved are not exactly “subtle”. I n...
By: Weatherlawyer, 7:31 AM GMT on June 29, 2014
"Observe what happens when sunbeams are admitted into a building and shed light on its shadowy places.
You will see a multitude of tiny particles mingling in a multitude of ways...
Their dance is an indication of underlying motion of matter hidden from our sight...
It originates with the atoms which move spontaneously.
Then those small compound bodies that are least removed from the impetus of the atoms are set in motion by their impact.
By: Weatherlawyer, 1:05 PM GMT on June 04, 2014
This Internet thingummyjig is an amazing resource. I can clearly remember its inception. Along with not knowing how to look into it, I had no idea what to look at. The data on the subjects I was after was mind numbing but ultimately futile since I had not written it yet. Had I known what god had in store for me I would have chosen another occupation. Preferably something with money in it. But I was never any good at making money. Only mess.
It is summer t...
By: Weatherlawyer, 10:55 AM GMT on June 04, 2014
I chose the name Weatherlawyer because I had an hour or so on a public library computer to find out from Yahoo what makes the weather work and Yahoo wouldn't let me alone to do so without a suitable name.
I no longer use Yahoo since they betrayed a Chinese blogger some years ago. I gather they are closely tied via BT to the NSA and GCHQ these days. Pity my alternative was Google. So much for doing no evil.
Anyway enough politics. The intro/bio...
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