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  • Mike Doran
    Heat wave in Oz, a bio electrical view: Regional factors: Monthly SOI value in April (negative favors electrical flow to the West Pacific): 2005 4 -10.8 3
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      Heat wave in Oz, a bio electrical view:

      Regional factors:

      Monthly SOI value in April (negative favors electrical flow to the
      West Pacific):

      2005 4 -10.8 3

      See:
      http://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/SeasonalClimateOutlook/SouthernOscil
      lationIndex/SOIDataFiles/index.html

      Tidal wave made Indian Ocean poorly conductive, so there was no place
      to put these excess electrical charge accumulations except to OZ


      09 MAR-14 MAR 2005

      http://www.weather.unisys.com/hurricane/s_indian/2005/WILLY/

      Cyclone WILLY
      ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
      1 -13.70 118.10 03/09/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
      1A -13.70 118.10 03/09/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
      2 -14.40 115.70 03/10/06Z 55 - TROPICAL STORM
      3 -15.40 114.50 03/10/18Z 65 - CYCLONE-1
      4 -16.50 112.60 03/11/06Z 90 - CYCLONE-2
      5 -17.40 112.10 03/11/12Z 90 - CYCLONE-2
      6 -17.80 111.70 03/11/18Z 90 - CYCLONE-2
      7 -18.60 111.20 03/12/00Z 90 - CYCLONE-2
      8 -19.80 110.20 03/12/06Z 80 - CYCLONE-1
      9 -20.40 109.80 03/12/12Z 75 - CYCLONE-1
      10 -21.10 109.00 03/13/00Z 75 - CYCLONE-1
      11 -21.50 108.00 01/13/12Z 55 - TROPICAL STORM
      12 -21.70 107.50 01/14/00Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM

      http://www.weather.unisys.com/hurricane/s_pacific/2005/INGRID/

      Date: 06-11 MAR 2005
      Cyclone INGRID
      ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
      1 -13.20 148.30 03/06/06Z 45 - TROPICAL STORM
      2 -13.70 149.00 03/06/18Z 75 - CYCLONE-1
      3 -14.20 148.60 03/07/06Z 120 - CYCLONE-4
      4 -13.90 148.00 03/07/18Z 130 - CYCLONE-4
      5 -13.90 146.90 03/08/06Z 130 - CYCLONE-4
      6 -13.80 146.00 03/08/18Z 105 - CYCLONE-3
      7 -13.60 145.00 03/09/06Z 105 - CYCLONE-3
      8 -13.20 143.70 03/09/18Z 100 - CYCLONE-3
      9 -13.50 141.70 03/10/06Z 65 - CYCLONE-1
      11 -12.30 138.70 03/11/06Z 80 - CYCLONE-1
      12 -12.20 137.80 03/11/12Z 120 - CYCLONE-4
      13 -11.90 136.80 03/11/18Z 120 - CYCLONE-4


      http://www.weather.unisys.com/hurricane/s_indian/2005/INGRID/


      Date: 12-15 MAR 2005
      Cyclone INGRID
      ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
      14 -11.60 134.90 03/12/06Z 135 - CYCLONE-4
      15 -11.30 132.60 03/12/18Z 120 - CYCLONE-4
      16 -11.40 131.10 03/13/06Z 100 - CYCLONE-3
      17 -11.60 130.20 01/13/18Z 100 - CYCLONE-3
      18 -11.70 129.20 01/14/06Z 100 - CYCLONE-3
      19 -12.30 128.30 03/14/18Z 115 - CYCLONE-4
      20 -13.20 127.50 03/15/06Z 130 - CYCLONE-4
      21 -14.50 126.80 03/15/18Z 90 - CYCLONE-2





      Ocean Blooms in the Wake of Cyclone Willy

      http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/natural_hazards_v2.php
      3?img_id=12782

      So storms in region roiled nutrients to the surface and created bloom
      conditions. Conductivity rises. Excess currents to OZ causes cloud
      microphysics to be very difficult in formation, and high pressure
      builds over land. Heat wave created. Again, this is about
      viscosity Note cool regions to south--this is an electrical
      phenomenon from the north and sides of OZ.


      Record Hot April in Australia

      http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/natural_hazards_v2.php
      3?img_id=12870
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