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Super Duper Doppler Weatherman is Here, Says NASA Press Release
2005 12 07

By Mitch Battros | ECTV

I dedicated a full chapter in “Solar Rain” to what I could clearly envision coming just over the horizon. The horizon is here…

Today, NASA released a ground breaking announcement. The space industry fully acknowledges a Sun – Earth connection as it relates to “weather”. Take note of the vast difference between “weather” and “climate”. Climate is measured in decades, centuries, and millennia. Weather is measured in hours, days, and weeks. This is an enormous never before made acknowledgement by the worlds leading government space agencies. However, many of you know Earth Changes TV published this fact way back in 1997 when I published this equation.

Equation: Sunspots = Solar Flares (charged particles) = Magnetic Field Shift = Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents = Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros)

In today’s ground breaking announcement, Dr. Tony Mannucci at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) made the following statement: “People knew there was a space storm that must have disrupted their system, but they had no idea why. Now we know it's not just chaos; there is cause and effect. We are beginning to put together the full picture, which will ultimately let us predict space storms.”

Let me re-phrase in very simple terms: When the Sun emits charged particles in the way of CME’s (coronal mass ejections), Solar Flares, Coronal Holes, plumes of these charge particles are thrust out into space. The most general term of this flying debris is “solar wind”, although the term solar wind can be use for various events.

When the plumes of charged particles hit the Earth magnetic field, the field warps around the Earth like a cocoon acting as a shield from the deadly solar radiation. When the magnetic field shifts, it in turn causes a shift in the ionosphere and eventually to Earth’s upper atmosphere. Often this force is strong enough to force the usually high Jet Stream to lower latitudes. And finally, when these 300 + mph winds come down to the deck, it shifts Ocean Currents. This in turn causes extreme and often “record breaking” weather.

Here is an example what you will hear from your local meteorologist in the very near future:

Good morning everyone. I hope you’re having a great day. Today’s weather forecast indicates a strong possibility of more “record-breaking” weather coming our way. Let’s take a look at our super-duper Doppler weather satellite. Thanks to NASA’s latest equipment and their newfound discoveries of a Sun-Earth connection, we can now look deep into our skies to see what is in store for us.

Well, it looks like we have severe storms ahead. The super-duper Doppler indicates a sunspot count of 271. Oh boy, this is going to be a big one. As a result of this unusually high sunspot count, we can expect X-class and M-class flares to follow within 48 hours.

Now let’s take a look at our super-duper Doppler and zoom-in. Oh my, it looks like the sunspot regions are facing Earth. This means that the solar flares may be heading towards us. There may also be a CME to follow the large flares. I would say there is a good chance we will see “freak storms,” most likely in the way of tornadoes or what we now call “freak wind shears” to occur in our eastern plains.

Well, there you have it, folks. I wish I had better news for you, but you better pull out your raincoats, or warm winter gloves, or dress cool, depending on where you live. It sure looks like more “record-breaking” events are likely to occur. That’s it for our weather forecast. Sports up next.

From today’s NASA’s press release:
"The combined observations allowed construction of an underlying picture of the processes during space storms, when the Earth's magnetic field is buffeted by hot plasma from the sun. As the solar plasma blows by, it generates an electric field that is transmitted to the plasmasphere and ionosphere. This electric field propels the ionospheric and the plasmaspheric plasma out into space. For the first time, scientists can directly connect the plasma observed in the ionosphere with the plasmasphere plumes that extend many thousand of kilometers into space."

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