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  • Mike Doran <mike@usinter.net>
    The QBO has absolutely strange movements that cannot be explained kenetically. OTOH the wind is so thin AND contains ions such that it would make complete
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 11, 2003
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      The QBO has absolutely strange movements that cannot be explained
      kenetically. OTOH the wind is so thin AND contains ions such that it
      would make complete sense that EMF characteristics could move them.
      Now, there is NO WAY a wind that high up, that thin, can move
      KINETICALLY cirrus below or do ANYTHING that would impact a 165 mph
      hurricane--but it does. The only reasonable explaination is the EMF
      states that move the cirrus in TS developement also move the QBO.

      BTW, I have been thinking about the connection between the earth's
      EMF and Keeling Whorf and methane hydrates--how tidal variations over
      longer timescales that might unform hydrates would cause a Little Ice
      Age or a Climatic Optimum. If you had a magnetic pole over Greenland
      and a west to east wind over the Laborador Sea it may explain the
      incredible warm Canadian meritines--which had tropical mullusks!

      Also, the methane hydrates not only insulate the Doran waves above
      but also insulate this EMF above from altering the earth's EMF below
      by its very activity--reducing the abilithy of the new waves from
      producing the cirrus enhancing impact. The wonders of the biosphere
      never cease!
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