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  • narodaleahcim@aol.com
    One of the more important things for those without EMF appreciation--
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 5, 2005
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      One of the more important things for those without EMF appreciation--
      that a positive feedback is an amplification. If you look at the
      Keeling Whorf period and amplitude (
      http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/full/070047197 ), it would appear
      from this graph that the ELECTRICAL result of the increased
      conductivities is a DECREASE in the period and an INCREASE in the
      amplitude of the wave.

      The problem is, in terms of defects in feedback loops, is that if you
      increase the amplitude enough and decrease the periodicity, you are
      talking about an amplification that results in neo glacial. Where it
      goes runaway eg superstorm is the salinity increases translate to
      conductivity increases--as ice covers the land again.

      BTW, the main blunder in the failure to see the electrical forcing of
      CO2 on cloud behaviors is that the dynamics, as opposed to the
      statics, of the climate system has to deal with viscosity. DC fields
      are all about viscosity, because it is all about CONTROLLING the rate
      of change from vapor to ice . . . and control mechanisms have both
      positive and negative feedbacks!
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