Hurricanes, earthquakes and various other things that go bump in the night

Let's try this from the other way around. …

I had a brilliant idea about this post earlier. Of course I forgot what it was so this is more or less a place holder until the Muse wakes up at a more convenient time.

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8 thoughts on “Hurricanes, earthquakes and various other things that go bump in the night

  1. Have you seen Sean?http://www.hurricanezone.net/Tropical storms do not last long in the present climate.Meanwhile, a 1030 over Britain and a couple of Highs of 1024 over Greenlandand Iceland leave a dangerous road for the 987/990/996/ to travel through.http://www.wetterzentrale.de/topkarten/fsfaxsem.htmlBut today's big story is the No Data return of the High.http://satellite.ehabich.info/hurricane-watch.htmIt's what it is because it isn't what it was.

  2. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    The point being that April's weather is just as depicted in the poems given here and here: http://www.egreenway.com/months/monapr.htm

    With a flaccid North Atlantic, background noise is produced by Lows of between 1010 and 980 millibars and Highs of between 1000 and 1030. (I'm guessing. You only have to look at the MetO charts for the last year or so to see examples from reality. http://www.wetterzentrale.de/topkarten/fsfaxsem.html > Bracknell > Archiv.)They produce among the lesser values common to all systems; a noise of between magnitude 3 and 6 earthquakes. That is the interface between levels in the atmosphere in flowing over or across each other, produce an energy state the value of which can produce at maximum, earthquakes of the given values.The energy produced is directly related to the pressures of the systems involved.Storms are short lived and few and far between and tend toward longitudinal migration. Their power and longevity is directly related to the length of time between earthquakes of Magnitude 4 or greater.Extremes follow intervals of not less than 12 hours.More commonly, earthquakes occur with low magnitudes every couple of hours at most. There are usually a number of dual quakes (the reasoning behind that description is given elsewhere in this blog)…there are usually a number of dual quakes in the extreme events. This is due to the nature of negative cycles in ocean oscillations. They tend toward elongations. (They are weak systems, lending themselves to some form of interference.)Dual quakes tend to have a joint magnitude comparable to that of a singular 6M or 5.5 to 6.5 M. (the latter being the upper range of seismic events, ordinarily, during a flaccid spell.)Which begs the question:"What is it about April that produces such nearly perfect weather patterns?"All else being equal the answer has to be luni-solar declinations. Much as I hate to involve averages, the lunar phases all seem to provoke spells of bright sunny weather during which the sky can suddenly produce light showers.It is as if an angel from god is watering the nation.

  3. Now to deal with the minutae:Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    With a flaccid North Atlantic, background noise is produced by Lows of between 1010 and 980 millibars and Highs of between 1000 and 1030.

    These systems, flaccid or highly reactive, are the product of gravity. Obviously there is no direct lifting of parts of the planet. In a three body problem, all the parts involved are jointly held and jointly loosed.You can't eat your cake and still have it. So you can not attract a celestial sphere without attracting all the loose particles thereon. With gravity, it is all -or nothing.Newton, I believe wrote this, yet went looking at the interactions of the three bodies in search of tidal attractions.Sad, or what?

  4. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    The energy produced is directly related to the pressures of the systems involved.

    This is where I show you an example or two. OK!This is from the NEIC present time list:2010/05/024.7 M. 06:29. 17.9 S. 178.7 W. FIJI REGION5.3 M. 06:23. 57.4 N. 162.2 E. NEAR THE EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA4.5 M. 05:54. 13.7 N. 92.7 E. ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION2.7 M. 05:42. 18.8 N. 67.0 W. PUERTO RICO REGION3.2 M. 04:57. 62.1 N. 152.2 E. CENTRAL ALASKA2.7 M. 03:49. 32.6 N. 115.8 W. BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO2.5 M. 03:15. 18.3 N. 66.3 W. PUERTO RICO2.7 M. 02:39. 64.0 N. 149.0 W. CENTRAL ALASKA3.2 M. 02:07. 32.3 N. 115.5 W. BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO4.6 M. 01:48. 17.8 N. 178.6 W. FIJI REGION4.7 M. 01:45. 6.6 N. 92.8 E. NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGIONhttp://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_all.phpIgnore for now the background stuff from Baja. I don't know what to do with it at the moment.Obviously, it has a cause and effect. The devil is in the detail. I await advice from god to understand it all. And that must be in his time, not mine, if it pleases him to give it to me and not to someone more deserving.Also to be ignored are the locations. They are important and (since they belong to individual confluences of Lows and Highs) relate to individual concerns.But there is just too much to consider for me to show you, all at once.+++++++As you can see the oldest quakes are at the bottom of the list and there is a 4.6 M immediately above a 4.7.No interval but then again quite a remarkable on geographically. I will deal with that later in the thread.Three hours later there is a significant quake in India; half an hour later, one in Russia, then Fiji again.4.7 M. 06:29. 17.9 S. 178.7 W. FIJI REGION5.3 M. 06:23. 57.4 N. 162.2 E. NEAR THE EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA4.5 M. 05:54. 13.7 N. 92.7 E. ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION4.6 M. 01:48. 17.8 N. 178.6 W. FIJI REGION4.7 M. 01:45. 6.6 N. 92.8 E. NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGIONPerhaps I had better introduce locations after all. It takes me along the route I was not intending to show you but it is just as interesting and informative.Forgive me.

  5. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    They produce among the lesser values common to all systems; a noise of between magnitude 3 and 6 earthquakes.That is; the interface between levels in the atmosphere in flowing over or across each other, produce an energy state, the value of which can produce at maximum, earthquakes of the given values.

    But a cyclone itself is a roaring thunderous waterfall. Quite literally, it produces water out of thin air and that in descending and rising once more, causes this great roaring.But air too can be a part of the noise. Why not?It heats it rises, it cools it fals. Brushing past other parts of the fluid each doing as it it is disposed to do by the application of simple physics, it interferes. It can't just stop itself and the rub is passed on growing in value until the system burns out.Inside the clee, the reacion is called adiabatic whilst the balance of pwer remains inside the vortex.But the sound is not contained. And thus the system loses pwer eventually. You might call it entropy.Except that the cell is positioned by the phase of the moon and by the reactions it causes or are caused by other embargoes or instigations.The phase of the moon of course includes the position of the sun. More correctly it is the pahse of the sun and moon. And more accurately still, the phase of the sun, moon and earth: The Three Body problem.

  6. All ashore that's going ashore.The MetO forecasts aren't too clear from late Monday on.That's only a day or so: The problem is that the system is in flux. A series of similar spells is concluding on the 6th or there-abouts. A large quake is brewing up and maybe severe storms first. I can't say.Meanwhile; the point I was about to make is that with a series of poorly developed systems as is the case with a negative ocean sea level pressure event, we get a series of low magnitude quakes.Until a build up takes place.When a build up starts, a time interval between largish quakes extends to a bit more than 12 hours more for a massive quake. And in that time a Low or an High will develop that is not truly flaccid.

  7. And of coursethere are a few examples dotting history. Not all that ancient history at that:Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    2010/04/306.0 M. 23:17. 60.5 E. 177.7 N. Bering Sea6.3 M. 23:12. 60.6 E. 177.9 N. Bering SeaNothing in between, not even stuff left over from Baja Mexico.8 1/2 hours from the last quake of or over 4 M.

    Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    2010/04/065.1 M. 23:36. 1.98N. 96.7 E. Nias Region, Indonesia.5.1 M. 22:54. 2.27N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.7.8 M. 22:15. 2.36N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.

    Right. Now for the proof of the pudding.

  8. 2010/05/02 & 033rd May:4.8 06:50. LIBERTADOR O'HIGGINS, CHILE4.6 06:13. PERU-ECUADOR BORDER REGION2nd May:4.8 21:22 OFFSHORE SUCRE, VENEZUELAThe last two occurred on the west coast of S America. The earliest occurred in the Caribbean. Quite some distances involved.What I am pointing out is the length of time between the Venezuelan until the first west coast one.9 hours. A storm force. Imagine the sounds made during a storm and you can picture the value of the seismic activity:Originally posted by Beaufort:

    5 19-24 17-21 Fresh Breeze Moderate waves, taking a more pronounced long form; many white horses are formed. Chance of some spray.6 25-31 22-27 Strong Breeze Large waves begin to form; the white foam crests are more extensive everywhere. Probably some spray.7 32-38 28-33 Near Gale Sea heaps up and white foam from breaking waves begins to be blown in streaks along the direction of the wind.8 39-46 34-40 Gale Moderately high waves of greater length; edges of crests begin to breakinto spindrift. The foam is blown in well-marked streaks along the direction of the wind.9 47-54 41-47 Severe Gale High waves. Dense streaks of foam along the direction of the wind. Crests of waves begin to topple, tumble and roll over. Spray may affect visibility.10 55-63 48-55 Storm Very high waves with long over- hanging crests. The resulting foam, in great patches, is blown in dense white streaks along the direction of the wind. On the whole the surface of the sea takes on a white appearance. The 'tumbling' of the sea becomes heavy and shock-like. Visibility affected.

    http://www.zetnet.co.uk/sigs/weather/Met_Codes/beaufort.htmI don't actually know which one of these 9 hours lapse is the equivalent to.That's the whole point of this thread; finding out.

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