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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Doug R who wrote (3979)7/9/2020 1:30:22 PM
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Hail during high cosmic ray flux vs. airborne airliner:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3980)7/9/2020 6:35:55 PM
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First bit of info in today's S0 video was on hail.
Last bit of info is on the probability of grid down due to magnetosphere weakness during solar cycle 25.
25% chance at current strength...increasing as the field weakens.
Also, particular, century-long, progressive changes in the structure of global climate factors seen due to the weakening geomagnetic field.

IF the grid goes down, how might the total control agenda proceed?
Exclusively prioritize flow of resources to select locations for building local "grids" as the "smart" move?
Each "smart" location an energy enclave requiring strict rationing of energy, etc?

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To: Doug R who wrote (3978)7/9/2020 8:31:35 PM
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6th named tropical system of the year. Earliest ever for a #6.

Hadley cells pushing north...a cosmic ray thing...more of these for the East Coast. And Japan especially with ENSO headed toward La Nina.

The current track puts the brunt of "landfall" over Delmarva and New Jersey gets nailed.


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To: Doug R who wrote (3979)7/10/2020 3:32:02 AM
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"Cosmic rays seeded clouds during the last geomagnetic reversal"



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To: Doug R who wrote (3983)7/10/2020 3:50:04 AM
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Insane weather is the new normal:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3982)7/10/2020 10:53:02 PM
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As the effects of Fay are being dealt with...in the Upper Midwest...some dangerous weather begins.

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To: Doug R who wrote (3817)7/11/2020 12:07:38 AM
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Some tornado stuff at the cutting edge

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"...As already stated, standard meteorology due to using only fluid mechanics can only have temperature moving the atmosphere around. But recently and after just the data from a big storm system was input into a super computer and without any preconceived ideas as to what was happening (fluid mechanics), it showed that the wrong type of temperature seemed to be doing the driving in the system.

With it being the cold instead of the hot pushing air columns up. This left them scratching their heads as rising heat is supposed to drive weather patterns and not rising cold.

But when seen as negative charge heading from the ground towards the positive ionosphere through the conduit of the cloud and as it does so, affecting the matter state of the H2O molecule, it then makes a lot more sense."
philipcfrancis.wixsite.com


(essentially, a tornado is like long-lasting, slow motion, ground to cloud lightning.)
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"Knowledge of severe storm patterns may improve tornado warnings"
phys.org
"Identifying which storms are going to produce tornadoes and which are not has been a problem meteorologists have been trying to tackle for decades," said Scott Loeffler, a graduate student in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Penn State. "This new research may give forecasters another tool in their toolbox to do just that."

Scientists analyzed radar data from more than a hundred supercell thunderstorms, the most prolific producers of violent tornadoes, and found a statistically significant difference in the structure of storms that produced a tornado and those that did not.

According to the researchers, in 2013, the U.S. upgraded its radar network to include polarimetric capabilities, which provide additional information about storms, including revealing the shape and size of raindrops.

Using this information, the scientists compared areas with large, sparse raindrops and regions dense with smaller drops within supercell storms. The orientation of these two areas was significantly different in tornadic and nontornadic supercells, the researchers reported in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

"We found for nontornadic supercells, the orientation of the separation between these two areas tended to be more parallel to the direction of the storm's motion," Loeffler said. "And for tornadic supercells, the separation tended to be more perpendicular. So we saw this shift in the angles, and we saw this as a consistent trend."

Loeffler said the algorithm from the study can easily be adapted so operational forecasters could use the program in real time with the latest radar data available.

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To: Doug R who wrote (3960)7/12/2020 12:30:12 AM
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Rain, rain
go away...
abruptearthchanges.com
Throw in a magnetic polar excursion with a GSM (the two together not seen during recorded human history) and.....






New Jersey ain't seen nothin' yet.




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To: Doug R who wrote (3987)7/12/2020 2:18:23 PM
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974 SXUS71 KPHI 110606 RERILG
mesonet.agron.iastate.edu
RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ 207 AM EDT SAT JUL 11 2020
...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
... A RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.76 INCHES WAS SET AT THE NEW CASTLE COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR WILMINGTON, DELAWARE YESTERDAY.
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THIS BREAKS THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 1.95 INCHES SET ALL THE WAY BACK IN 1917.

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To: Doug R who wrote (1509)7/12/2020 5:52:17 PM
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They're at it again - the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.
weforum.org
Formalizing their system of impending global tyranny. Here comes the rules for post-plandemic restart.

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