I invented a code to help me tie in the behaviour of weather to the times of the lunar phases of the moon.
The only trouble is that at the moment it is unusable. Here is why. …
Here's a problem with statistics that better brains than mine should be able to chew up and spit out:
The so called ocean anomalies such as El Nino are stupid averages made up of the temperatures taken over a huge sweep on the Pacific and parts of the Indian Oceans from November to February or some such.
The average only has to leave the norm by less than two thirds of a degree centigrade to be classed as an anomaly. That is plainly the most ridiculous thing in earth science since the seismologist invented windows for forecasts.
What the idea was based on was that the pressure in the Indian Ocean rises on average as the pressure in the corresponding region of the Pacific drops and vice versa.
This was the original anomaly. Since then, there has been an idea floating around that the North Pacific Basin harmonises with the North Atlantic to do something similar.
Now look at what happens in a short term: a spell, or lunar phase. These things are something like the period of an hurricane -some 5 to 6 days, with a bit of changeover either side.
Sometimes two or three phases for one reason or another run along similar patterns -as the physics of the planet control it. But most spells are just under a week in length.
But the point I was going to make is that when a cyclone pushes through, temperatures in the area rise significantly more than 0.6 degrees. But once the storm has passed and the fall out, rain, has returned to the sea the temperature is a lot less.
What happens in a cyclone is not so much that warm water rises in warm air as that cold air falls so fast that it builds a huge "sheer". This cold air envelopes the warm air that has to rise in its place.
This is the physics of vortices. This is why water rotates in a bottle or a basin. It is the fastest way to dissipate. In these cases the force is gravity. But air as it falls, warms. And warm air rises, so an hopeless tangle of fluids is set up in the system.
Water so clean it is able to “super-cool” contacts pollution -maybe salt water, maybe hail. It freezes on contact and immediately releases more heat. This might dissipate as electricity if it can't escape quickly enough.
(OK nobody knows but it would please me a lot to find out I am right about that. (Hope I’m not dead by then.) I am not saying it does but the genesis of lightning has yet to be explained any other way.)
And that is about it as far as I can guess to the reactions of cyclones in the air. An F1 hurricane can knock the code back about an hour for the duration of the storm. An F2 = 2 hours, and F3 = 3 hours and so on.
Only a rule of thumb of course. A considerable amount is switched around with seismic activity. Again it is in the same scale ranges. A high 6M. is about the same as a low F1 a mid 7 magnitude something similar to an F2 and so on.
All I have to do is draw inferences from the past and whacko, I am there. Still I have two computers now so I should be able to stay online for the next … who am I kidding.
If Satan wants to spoil the earth, he has free rein and an host of gibbering idiots to help him.