Von: Joel Carlinsky
Datum: Do 17, Feb 2005 15:59
( This article is being presented to this list tobolster my contention that the significant factor in the unusual strength of certain storms that have struck the British Isles and the European continentis the speed of the jet stream which carries them along across the Atlantic. The extreme storms are the direct result of incompetent cloudbustingoperations on the west coast of America, where efforts at that time to en aseveral-years-long drought were going on, led by Dr. James DeMeo. By drawing from the west to bring Pacific Storms inland to California, they inadvertantly were drawing energy into the jet stream, which caused it topick up speed as it passed over the North American continent, and by the time it got to the east coast and tarted across the Atlantic it was moving twice as fast as it normally does. This result of drawing from the west from a loction close to the latitude of the jet stream should have been foreseen by anyone familiar with the orgone energy theory of atmospheric functioning developed by Wilhelm Reich and his associates. That the DeMeo group did not foresee the possible results of their work clearly shows that their understanding of orgone biophysics is dangerousllimitted.).)++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++\+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
In early 1990, storms with hurricane-force winds slashed through Western Europe three times in six weeks, killing more than 140 people and causing perhaps a billion dollars in damage.
But, like other experts, Mr. Galois pointed out that the intensity of the two most recent hurricane like storms was rare, and that the appearance of two such storms within 48 hours was even more so, a phenomenon seen perhaps once in a century. Mr. Galois said the first storm took a mere 24 hours to cross the Atlantic. Usually, weather patterns take 48 hours.
++++++( This is the important part of this article. It shows that something very unusual was going on here. The acceleration of the jet stream, which moves the storms over the Atlantic along, could only be due to some influence of an orgonotic nature, since the jet stream itself is not due totemperature gradients, as mainstream science thinks, but to the constantmovement of the orgone field f the earth. Drawing from west to east from alocation close to the latitude of the jet stream would add extra energy toit and cause it to speed up.) +++++++++++++++++++++
The two storms that struck Europe beginning Dec. 26 are the kind that develop along a front, or boundary, between cold arctic air and warmer southern air that circles the globe. Above this boundary is the jet stream, the high altitude river of air in which most storm systems are embedded, and that carries them on a general west-to-east course.
In this case, meteorologists say, the jet stream was classically placed andof classic strength to promote the development of superstorms. It was a "fast, ripsnorting jet stream right straight west to east, across the Atlantic from the U.S. to Europe," said Jim Wagner, a meteorologist with the federal Climate Prediction Center at Camp Springs, Md. This is the kind of atmosphere setup that can cause a storm to blossom explosively if one should develop.
The faster the jet stream, the more air it whisks away from the area of adeveloping storm below it. This further lowers the air pressure within the storms (by taking air away from them). The lower the pressure, the faster air rushes in from outside the storm to try to equalize things. This rush ofair is wind, and the lower the storm's pressure, the stronger it is. Relatively warm air off the ocean also imparted extra energy to the system.+++++++++++++++++++++++++( this classical explanation for the observedevents is wrong, of course. Storms are orgone energy systems, and their behavior is the result of orgone energy differencials between different parts of the atmosphere. If temperature was really the cause of stombehavior, the cloudbuster could not affect anything. It is, in fact, the existence of this false theory that atmospheric behavior can be explained by temprature and other mechanistic forces that obstructs meteorologists from accepting the effectiveness of the cloudbuster) Meanwhile, farther south, an unusually strong high-pressure system made the difference between the center of the storm and the outside air even greater, and the winds became even stronger -- in this case, as strong as amoderately severe hurricane. All these factors played a role in producing the winds that did most of the European damage.
The storms themselves were relatively small vortexes of wind and precipitation circling counterclockwise around a central core. It was the sustained winds of these vortexes, much like those that circulate around a hurricane, that blasted the continent. Some tornadoes might have spun off, said Todd Miner, a meteorologist at Pennsylvania State University. But if they did, he said, they were not the major problem.
The first storm hit northern France hardest. The second tore through the southern half of the country. Together they caused perhaps as much as $4 billion worth of damage, according to some insurers, and killed 88 people in France alone.
The national electricity company, EDF, said today that the task of restoring
power was proving more
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