- Explaining cold wave in NE http://story.news.yahoo.com/news? tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040111/ap_on_re_us/cold_snap&cid=519&ncid=716 Story on cold wave. It has beenMessage 1 of 1 , Jan 11, 2004View SourceExplaining cold wave in NE
Story on cold wave. It has been a problem several years running now.
This is limited to the winter about this time and gets to some of
the complexities of signal and noise as it relates to Milankovitch.
Understand that the winter months have less electrical noise from
convection and the signal of the solar electrical output is moved
well to the closed isobars of the north EMF and there is little
biological modulation to stop what happens at this time of year. We
are at our closest distance to the sun at this point, even though
the earth is tilted to the south. Our earth EMF is shrinking, and
especially shrinking over the Hudson Bay node. That means that
warming cloud patterns will not commence over that node as well
compared to the past. Combine that with the fact that upwelling
from the cold SSTs created by lack of cloud cover trapping heat that
is not going to bring biological activity at this time of year, and
the conductivities remain poor, and poorer still by the fact that
colder waters are less conductive. There is also an interesting
human part that is local. The St. Lawrence Seaway, much like the
Colorado, is siphoned off, and especially siphoned off during the
winter. Niagra Falls has almost no water running over it this time
of year, because there are no tourists. The water is diverted into
Canada for hydro power. Again, no conductivity increases from gas
exchange related to river and biology coming down to the marine
biosphere along the coast.