What La Nina in 1970 means from an EMF standpoint.
It means cold waters off the tropical coast of Peru and warm waters
in the tropical West Pacific.
Understand with there are three main ocean currents in the tropical
Pacific. The North and South Equatorial and the Equatorial. The North
and South Equatorials induct currents FOR cirrus and the Equatorial
inducts AGAINST cirrus.
From a biological EMF standpoint, containment of biological material
makes waters relatively more conductive. So even if waters off the
coast of Peru are cold, they contain upwelling of rich nutriants that
commence a food chain and strong biological material. Indeed,
fishermen were the first to describe ENSO.
And, as I have described by simple experiment involving a glass of
salt water, a volt meter and a microwave oven--the warmer salt water
is, the greater conductivity or less resistance it has.
La Nina conditions off the coast of Peru tends to prevent rainfall to
South America--so there isn't any shoreline Doran wave activity,
either, or biological activity that is shore or hydrate related.
THEREFORE, during a La Nina along the Equatorial currents ambiant
winds are going to overall produce first very conductive induction
against cirrus because the waters are warm, and then very inductive
waters against cirrus because although the waters become colder--they
are biologically active such that they contain conductive materials
near the surface that but for the biological activity would have
remained more diffused to the colder, non-conductive depths of the
This leads to dry conditions over the warmest and largest expanse of
ocean in the world. Fair weather voltages, or positive voltages at
250 volts per meter begin to dominate the tropics. This clears the
air of cirrus.
The above research is nothing more that data that supports exactly
W/ the 1997 El Nino--we have the coldest central Pac waters to the
west--and the warmest near the coast of Peru. The area is
biologically depleted. On Catalina Island over the Christmas Holiday
in 1997 I observed and spoke to glass bottom boat tour guide about
the stunted kelp and the big fish seen in the region--looking for
food well far north of their proper range. I saw with my own eyes
what was reported and this started my quest to understand just what
was going on. In this situation, the Equatorial is either cold or
biologically depleted, even if those waters were warm anomaly.
Understand, too, that when you see the warm anomalies off the coast
of Peru--they are just that--anomalies. The warmest waters overall
remain in the Western Pacific due to coriolis turning the gyres and
the warmest surface waters west. Further, the solar EMF cycle can
favor a pattern where the equatorial is more distributed by solar
EMFs moving cirrus behavior--which again is an anomoly--not the
actual temperatures. This makes induction favoring fair weather in
the warmest current, the Equatorial, much more difficult than during
La Nina conditions, simply from a conductivity standpoint. There is
less fair weather, then, and the voltages of 250 per meter to ground.
The fair weather zone shrinks and places like Peru and California are
able to produce Doran waves, or low freq large scale ion movements
that include convective or negative to ground voltages. The hydrology
varies and further feeds back EMF conditions that enhance the
condition. Meanwhile, the North and South Equatorials are able to
enhance large areas of cirrus . . .
It's all electrical and biological.
"Scientists have shown, for the first time, that changes in a large-
scale climate system can synchronize population fluctuations in
multiple mammal species across a continent-scale region. The study,
published in the 14 November 2002 issue of the journal Nature,
compares long-term data on the climate system known as the North
Atlantic Oscillation with long-term data from Greenland on the
population dynamics of caribou and muskoxen, which are large mammals
adapted to breeding in the Arctic. "The Arctic can provide useful
early-warning signals for the rest of the world because the species
that live in this sensitive region are expected to be among the first
to show the effects of the Earth's changing climate," says Eric Post,
assistant professor of biology at Penn State University, who is a
coauthor of the study along with Mads C. Forchhammer, associate
professor of ecology at the University of Copenhagen in
Denmark. "Here we have a very simple system with a very clear signal:
two species on opposite sides of a continent that never mix, never
compete for food, and have no common predators, yet their population
dynamics are synchronized. The only thing they have in common is the
large-scale climate system that influences weather throughout the
northern hemisphere," Post comments. "
Like ENSO, the NAO is electrical.
However instead of focus on complex life--microbrial relationships
connected over hundreds of miles is more intersting in the Archae--
specifically methanogens and salt loving Archae. The genetic
closeness, held over billions of years, for creatures which live so
far apart (shoreline near rivers as opposed to saline water bodies)
can only be explained by large scale low freq EMF!