For readers not following my posts, the stirring of the waters
causes conductivity increases and increases or multiplies cloud
formation ability. My view is that a tropical storm is essentially a
point negative ionospheric EMF w/ positive ionosphere surrounding
that point, causing increased cirrus, uplift, and a surface low.
Winds then enhance the electrical dynamic and charge separations.
A few thoughts from looking at the pictures--created by a researcher
named Steve MacDonald.
The GOC as I have mentioned is very gaia poor for this time of year,
relatively speaking. That is, the Colorado has been siphoned off
so that hardly anything is added to the microbial biosphere there,
compared to say the Mississippi which has fossil fertilizers and
huge amounts of water flowing into the GOM, not to mention the river
and delta lake projects that do who knows what to sed and flow rates.
BUT as the moon as moved over this region the gravitational wave
seems to have stirred the waters, and this causes a relative
increase in the nearby ocean conductivity. How? Stirred waters has a
greater gas to dissolved gas exchange and that means more electrons
free for moving electrical currents. Meanwhile, consistent with a
greater circuitry Chris has evolved . . . and all of this despite a
gaia poor GOC. This says much on the power of the moon to create
local conductive waters.
From a geological timescale standpoint, in the deep past the sun was
less luminous but the moon closer and tides greater. This may have
been how some stability has come electrically, at least from a
chaotic input standpoint. But, as always, what doesn't come by
random chance gaia modulates toward a living earth.
This is what Mac would say about his pictures:
"Tracking the Moon
It is known that the moon's gravity moves the tides. 1. The force of
gravity can deform a body that is seeking its own level. 2. It must
also be able too deform water vapor, a different state of the same
molecule. 3. It should also be able to deform the land.
Also the effect of gravity should be relative to the alignment of
other major gravitational sources like the Sun and Jupiter.
Observing the path of the moon will help develop an understanding of
the effect of Newtonian gravity on the environment.
Also there is a image of the reflection from the sun off the New
Moon that I can capture sometimes.
Also the pass of the moon seems to deform the shape of upper level
The first three images seem to show a trail of water vapor moving
northeast along the sun/moon alignment path, indicating that point 2
may be valid.
And the New Moon during an active solar storm is a precursor to
Mac's methodical observational science, like much of climatology,
lacks what is called a coupling model. That is, a way to couple the
behaviors of, say, the ocean temperatures and clouds. Meteorology
and climatology have failed miserably on this topic because these
disciplines have followed the dusty path of reduction WITHIN a field
of thermodynamics AWAY from other explanations such as cloud
formation dynamics and cirrus behaviors--which have ELECTRICAL
The biological aspect of these EMFs adds an additional layer of
complexity that shoots down the EMF trained physics heads who have
reductively tried to solve these problems presented. And if you add
the politics and the creationists, the level of stupidity sees
Mac's observational work is wanting of an explanation. His vapor
comments are correct (point 2)--BUT it is more than just the force
of gravity at work here. It is a specific gravitational field, in
that the sun's and even some of the larger planets are so large and
distant in relation to the earth that there isn't local turbulence
associated with fields other than the moon. Again, this becomes
electrically significant as far as making patterns in both the air
and oceans that have significant electrical meaning.
The most significant EMF change, in my reasoned and experienced
(observational) view is that the oceans are stirred proximate to the
gravity wave and that causes a significant increase in local
conductivity in the oceans, which in turn causes healthy cirrus and
cloud formation EMFs. That is primarily what you are seeing in these
The air, too, is stirred by gravitational waves, along with the
water vapor in that air, and the particles in that air, BUT
turbulence and ambient winds would likely have some counter
influence here compared to the oceans, given the density differences
and what that means to gravitational waves. That said, an
atmospheric tide will have some electrical meaning as far as
capacitance is concerned in EMF movements between ocean and cloud,
cloud and ionosphere . . .
Finally, as always, the EMF observations of chaotic inputs into the
biosphere is consistent with the modulating outputs observed by
biological activity. IOWs, for instance, this observation by Mac of
the influence of the moon is consistent with the observation that
with dams and major river changes built on the Rio, Colorado and
Mississippi in the 30s was met with a Dust Bowl . . . and likewise
CAP and Mexican changes to the Colorado have been met w/ a drought
in the SW.
BTW, those of you reasonably skeptical about the coupling
(electrically) of weather and climate relative to the orbital
dynamic of the moon check out this link:
Charles Keeling, BTW, is a Scripps prof behind the FIRST CO2
readings on the Hawaiian Islands on a volcano there. He has
correlated the moon behavior to cloud and climate behavior, and
thinks it is over turned tides warming or cooling the atmosphere.
However, just like he was wrong about CO2 as a green house gas,
where CO2 is a significant forcing ELECTRICALLY and moves clouds
accordingly, he is wrong about the causal aspect of the moon
behavior. These are the types of scientists who are educated in
thermal fields but unfamiliar w/ biology or EMFs.
I had coming into this, given Mac's research on the moon's tidal or
gravity wave, and the proximity to the west of that wave on
formation and its movement, was what about that gravity wave path
across Tropical Storm Bill.
One of the things Mac has observed is when the gravity wave is SOUTH
of the storm it tends to do well.
It may be that a gravity wave and the winds in a tropical storm
conflict in terms of conductivities and organization. So instead of
intensifying the storm to the east as the moon moved that way, it
forced the storm on a more northerly track, weakened it, and caused
more ambient winds and the storms own churning to impact
conductivities more than the moon's influence. This discussion is in
the world of speculation and observation, real time.
BUT, I have to say, after following Mac's discussion that there is
no way in my mind now that you can ignore the moon as a tropical
storm forcing and overall climate impacting variable--and its
primary significance is conductivity relating to stirred or
overturned oceans. This goes hand in hand, again, with the Keeling
Whorf climate research:.
Last night the strike data respecting TS Bill showed shorting over
the center (which indicates relative EMF INSTABILITY), for the most
part, BUT extremely heavy strike activity to the north and sides of
the storm, which should cause surface winds to draw the storm north.
The solar wind was EXTREMELY elevated during the all of this, as
David reported here.
This indicates in my view that as this storm moves ashore over the
near Mississippi delta there will be extreme rain from it. The GOM
is stirred by the moon and fair weather and we are in the midst of a
SOx emissions from volcanic activity remain low. That means the
phase change temperatures for cirrus remain high and storms tend to
stall and flood more, do better over land as they fall.
Another Allison? Mmmm. To watch and see. Heavy rain reports are in