2693The Super-Duper Doppler Weatherman Is Closer Than You Think
- Sep 4, 2003The Super-Duper Doppler Weatherman Is Closer Than You Think�09/04/03
by Mitch Battros (ECTV)
A article was released yesterday indicating main-stream science is closer
than many might think in its ability to produce more
accurate predictions of weather cycles.
Dan McCarthy, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration's (NOAA) Storm Prediction Center in
Norman, Oklahoma, reminds us that most, if not all, current formula�s,
outcome studies, charts, prediction tables, time-linked
means of cause and effect reactions, are simply inaccurate.
Most every analytical instrument used today regarding weather cycles only
goes back a few decades. Some studies may go
back a century or two. This falls empirically short in ones ability to gain
any sense of accuracy in reflecting upon time-lines or
In more recent times, the relatively new sciences of �paleontology and
paleobotanist� have contributed significantly to a more
precise view of our (Earth's) history. Through the study of lake-bottom core
samples, tree rings, and various minerals, we
now have a data base which spans thousands, and even millions of years. This
new and hard to impeach science will have a
far greater influence on understanding today's events.
New studies on �global warming�, which really means, �warmer globe� will
demand increased discriminating factors. For
example, we are now able to show elements such as �Carbon 14� have been at
much higher counts in history, then today�s
readings. Such information slaps down theories of today's fossil fuel and
other human pollutants as being the sole cause of
today�s �warmer globe�. In other words, the Earth has seen this many times
before. This fact suggest we would be
experiencing the very same climate change of today, �even if there were no
humans on Earth�.
There is no dispute the Earth is changing. However, there is a healthy
debate as to its cause. Dick Elder, chief meteorologist
at the Wichita office of the National Weather Service, states more questions
arise. "It's just like opening one door to see all
the wonderful things, but understanding there's still another door to be
opened,". At the National Weather Association
conference in Oklahoma City three years ago, Mr. Elder heard a presentation
on the effect of global warming on weather
patterns. "Is that carbon going to do anything?" Elder asked.
While one climatologist used computer-generated models to suggest that
summer heat indexes would often reach 150 in
Washington, D.C., by the year 2050, another offered an explanation that
makes more sense to Elder. "Mother Nature is a
very resilient old gal," Elder said, recalling the presentation. "She's
going to do everything she possibly can to keep our planet
as much as we perceive it now."
The extra carbon in the atmosphere traps more heat and more moisture, which
translates into more energy. The most efficient
way for the atmosphere to maintain equilibrium is to generate storms. With
more energy and instability on hand, there's more
fuel for the storms that fire up. That means they can be bigger and nastier.
With all this new and exiting information coming out, let me introduce you
to our new �super-duper doppler weatherman�. As
I stated in early 2002, we will soon see our local and national weather
personalities using �space weather� and �earth science�
as part of their forecast. Solar activity will play an intricate role in
their predictions. (see equation)
Sunspots => Solar Flares => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet
Stream Currents => Extreme Weather
and Human Disruption (mitch battros)
Now it gets even more exciting�
It is my belief, that in our time, we will witness science embrace the study
of ancient civilizations and ancient text into their
newly established formulas. That�s right, with current science ability to go
back thousands and even millions of years, we can
now compare current events with historical data derived from paleontology,
paleobotany, and archeology findings. We will
witness the marriage of science (new) with that of our ancestors
documentation (old). This includes ancient text, scrolls,
petroglyphs, hieroglyphics, calendars and various forms of communication.
It is at this time, we will re-visit what is most commonly called
�mythology�. I would suggest, what we passed on as simple
�myth�, will in fact have tangible evidence to suggest accurate data. It is
well known many, if not most, ancient tribes
(civilizations) would communicate through �story telling�. It is my belief
during the 19th and 20th century, we inadvertently
dismissed most everything handed down to us through previous generations as
unsubstantiated historical data. We over
zealously created a file named �mythology� which may unbeknownst to us, be
filled with scientific data we now call �the
science of cycles�.
It seems as though each new day brings new insights into our current times.
Ironically, it is these 'new' insights which points us
to our 'past'.
You may wish to read this intriguing article below released yesterday
indicating signs of change.
Scientists Ask: Is The Weather Weirder Now?
Thought For The Day
"it is when we understand the past, we will know the present, which tells us
of the future"
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