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http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/char...Refresh+ View

I don't have the faintest idea if any experts I respect follow my meanders on here or anywhere else but you would all be doing mankind a favour if you were to follow the above link over the next few days or more.

The formation of systems in the rotation in well out of my experience and I hesitate to comment in advance. But if you, any of you, finally want into the theatre of geo-physics this is going to be the spell to do it:

28 Sa 00:07 New Moon
29 Su 22:21 Moon Descending Node
31 Tu 06:12 Jupiter-Spica: 3.5° N
31 Tu 14:34 Moon-Venus: 4.2° N
Feb 01 We 01:09 Moon-Mars: 2.4° N
01 We Venus: 45.5° E
02 Th 10:11 Venus-Mars: 5.4° N
04 Sa 04:19 First Quarter

https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SKYCAL/SKYCAL.html
Nice of the Americans to keep real time for this. Someone in JPL has to know how many beans make six.

I was only just thinking this morning that I had done it all now and no longer wanted to spend my life commenting on god's permutations but this is going to be a mind changer for more than just me I am sure.

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On Sunday, 29 January 2017 17:44:39 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/char...Refresh+ View

I don't have the faintest idea if any experts I respect follow my meanders on here or anywhere else but you would all be doing mankind a favour if you were to follow the above link over the next few days or more.

The formation of systems in the rotation in well out of my experience and I hesitate to comment in advance. But if you, any of you, finally want into the theatre of geo-physics this is going to be the spell to do it:

28 Sa 00:07 New Moon
29 Su 22:21 Moon Descending Node
31 Tu 06:12 Jupiter-Spica: 3.5° N
31 Tu 14:34 Moon-Venus: 4.2° N
Feb 01 We 01:09 Moon-Mars: 2.4° N
01 We Venus: 45.5° E
02 Th 10:11 Venus-Mars: 5.4° N
04 Sa 04:19 First Quarter

https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SKYCAL/SKYCAL.html
Nice of the Americans to keep real time for this. Someone in JPL has to know how many beans make six.

I was only just thinking this morning that I had done it all now and no longer wanted to spend my life commenting on god's permutations but this is going to be a mind changer for more than just me I am sure.


https://weather.gc.ca/ensemble/naefs/cartes_e.html

Badly screwed servers. This is due to volcanic interference rather than miscreants at Canada. of course I don't know that for a fact. What does the team think?
(Not the one made of dimwits though.)
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On Monday, 30 January 2017 18:01:29 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Sunday, 29 January 2017 17:44:39 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/char...Refresh+ View

I don't have the faintest idea if any experts I respect follow my meanders on here or anywhere else but you would all be doing mankind a favour if you were to follow the above link over the next few days or more.

The formation of systems in the rotation in well out of my experience and I hesitate to comment in advance. But if you, any of you, finally want into the theatre of geo-physics this is going to be the spell to do it:

28 Sa 00:07 New Moon
29 Su 22:21 Moon Descending Node
31 Tu 06:12 Jupiter-Spica: 3.5° N
31 Tu 14:34 Moon-Venus: 4.2° N
Feb 01 We 01:09 Moon-Mars: 2.4° N
01 We Venus: 45.5° E
02 Th 10:11 Venus-Mars: 5.4° N
04 Sa 04:19 First Quarter

https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SKYCAL/SKYCAL.html
Nice of the Americans to keep real time for this. Someone in JPL has to know how many beans make six.

I was only just thinking this morning that I had done it all now and no longer wanted to spend my life commenting on god's permutations but this is going to be a mind changer for more than just me I am sure.


https://weather.gc.ca/ensemble/naefs/cartes_e.html

Badly screwed servers. This is due to volcanic interference rather than miscreants at Canada. of course I don't know that for a fact. What does the team think?
(Not the one made of dimwits though.)


http://weatherlawyer.altervista.org/...ay/#comment-86

On Sunday afternoon the mist was almost a fog and the ice in the gutters was drained of any rainwater beneath it. Cold and miserable, not warm enough to snow. One of the last things to be settled in uk.sci.weather before I leave it is the snow factor.

It is fairly obvious that the warmth in the British approaches is more than enough to melt falling snow -which is why we rarely have the dry stuff.

That which does come, falls through foggy banks of cloud and I dare say is closely accompanied by tropical storms.
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On 30/01/2017 18:01, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Sunday, 29 January 2017 17:44:39 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/char...Refresh+ View



I don't have the faintest idea if any experts I respect follow my
meanders on here or anywhere else but you would all be doing mankind a
favour if you were to follow the above link over the next few days or more.

The formation of systems in the rotation in well out of my
experience and I hesitate to comment in advance. But if you, any of
you, finally want into the theatre of geo-physics this is going to
be the spell to do it:

28 Sa 00:07 New Moon 29 Su 22:21 Moon Descending Node 31 Tu
06:12 Jupiter-Spica: 3.5° N 31 Tu 14:34 Moon-Venus: 4.2° N Feb 01
We 01:09 Moon-Mars: 2.4° N 01 We Venus: 45.5° E 02 Th 10:11
Venus-Mars: 5.4° N 04 Sa 04:19 First Quarter

https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SKYCAL/SKYCAL.html Nice of the
Americans to keep real time for this. Someone in JPL has to know
how many beans make six.

I was only just thinking this morning that I had done it all now
and no longer wanted to spend my life commenting on god's
permutations but this is going to be a mind changer for more than
just me I am sure.


https://weather.gc.ca/ensemble/naefs/cartes_e.html

Badly screwed servers. This is due to volcanic interference rather
than miscreants at Canada. of course I don't know that for a fact.
What does the team think? (Not the one made of dimwits though.)


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather.


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On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather..


You are the only one. Everyone knows that the slightest impact of shade or mass will alter or create a current of air in exactly the ame way a virtually undetectable rise in the ground will completely alter the flow of water across it.

What, to their intense shame, international agencies grossly underestimate is the meteorological effect on geography.

Take for example the charts at:
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/w...ime=1485777600

The Analysis one at first glance shows you nothing but a pointless composition of fronts in the bottom left of the chart.

A warm and a cold front is all you can tell from it but by t+12 it has become a zig zag of fronts that again indicate nothing all that interesting but to me....

The analysis chart shows a system that could develop into a tornadic signal to development somewhere far from the centre of the Atlantic that is is crossing by noon.

It is in fact a classic case of Graham Easterling's Dangler and it betoken line storms. Why are you plucking your eyes out continually to these things they can not be gobbledegook to anyone not called Col, Dawlish or Richard Dixon.

Who are you again?
Vidcapper?
The name means nothing to me except that I am familiar with it. Do you ever raise waves on here?
Remind me.

Let me tell you some more about that signal that everyone on here but I (you included) has thrown away as unremarkable:

At midnight on Wednesday the system will develop into a delta pattern that is joined to the Icelandic Low by way of Lapland. And if you look over Asia you can tell that Russia is under a pall of drizzle exactly like we in Stoke on Trent are enjoying in the precursor to tomorrows eruption only theirs is the aftermath of the last one.

It is in fact a series of broken warm fronts of the type that develop under thick ice cloud following the impact of the sonic boom that crystalises it all.

You may even be expecting the development of anticyclonic wether from news of it from the Met office website for all I know. But there it is for you to already speculate on.

Or you can hang on and post a comment when someone from NASA posts about a solar wind coming our way, never for a moment able to connect the dots for yourself.

On t+36 a cyclone 961 in the middle of the North Atlantic just coincidentally over the Mid Atlantic Ridge will develop a set of three fronts. Two cold ones and one warm one. They once again betoken tornadic signals for some unwary soul.

And at t+48 they will be helping to adjust the geograph by means of swarms of low magnitude earthquakes possibly in Indonesia or Fiji but just as likely some 80 degrees east and/or west of the epicentre which is just off Britain at the time.

But that is of course gobbledegook as far as you are concerned. However if you care to look at the left hand corner of the chart you may notice that exactly the same point of the continuum fist pointed out by Weatherlawyer is beginning again,

again.

Good luck with that.




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On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 09:25:25 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather.


'You are the only one....' 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 😂😂


Oh this just gets better and better. 1/20 shows this 'approach' is soooooo successful, doesn't it?

'But that is of course gobbledegook as far as you are concerned.' and as far as the rest of the scientific community on the planet is concerned too. Because it is. But don't stop; it is truly, truly funny.
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On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 09:25:25 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather.


You are the only one. Everyone knows that the slightest impact of shade or mass will alter or create a current of air in exactly the ame way a virtually undetectable rise in the ground will completely alter the flow of water across it.

What, to their intense shame, international agencies grossly underestimate is the meteorological effect on geography.

Take for example the charts at:
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/w...ime=1485777600

The Analysis one at first glance shows you nothing but a pointless composition of fronts in the bottom left of the chart.

A warm and a cold front is all you can tell from it but by t+12 it has become a zig zag of fronts that again indicate nothing all that interesting but to me....

The analysis chart shows a system that could develop into a tornadic signal to development somewhere far from the centre of the Atlantic that is is crossing by noon.

It is in fact a classic case of Graham Easterling's Dangler and it betoken line storms. Why are you plucking your eyes out continually to these things they can not be gobbledegook to anyone not called Col, Dawlish or Richard Dixon.

Who are you again?
Vidcapper?
The name means nothing to me except that I am familiar with it. Do you ever raise waves on here?
Remind me.

Let me tell you some more about that signal that everyone on here but I (you included) has thrown away as unremarkable:

At midnight on Wednesday the system will develop into a delta pattern that is joined to the Icelandic Low by way of Lapland. And if you look over Asia you can tell that Russia is under a pall of drizzle exactly like we in Stoke on Trent are enjoying in the precursor to tomorrows eruption only theirs is the aftermath of the last one.

It is in fact a series of broken warm fronts of the type that develop under thick ice cloud following the impact of the sonic boom that crystalises it all.

You may even be expecting the development of anticyclonic wether from news of it from the Met office website for all I know. But there it is for you to already speculate on.

Or you can hang on and post a comment when someone from NASA posts about a solar wind coming our way, never for a moment able to connect the dots for yourself.

On t+36 a cyclone 961 in the middle of the North Atlantic just coincidentally over the Mid Atlantic Ridge will develop a set of three fronts. Two cold ones and one warm one. They once again betoken tornadic signals for some unwary soul.

And at t+48 they will be helping to adjust the geograph by means of swarms of low magnitude earthquakes possibly in Indonesia or Fiji but just as likely some 80 degrees east and/or west of the epicentre which is just off Britain at the time.

But that is of course gobbledegook as far as you are concerned. However if you care to look at the left hand corner of the chart you may notice that exactly the same point of the continuum fist pointed out by Weatherlawyer is beginning again,

again.

Good luck with that.


Now I am wondering if I should file an Amicus Brief against Michael Mann:

https://youtu.be/6bARjABDqok?t=1367
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On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 10:25:29 UTC, wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 09:25:25 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather.


'You are the only one....' 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 😂😂


Oh this just gets better and better. 1/20 shows this 'approach' is soooooo successful, doesn't it?

'But that is of course gobbledegook as far as you are concerned.' and as far as the rest of the scientific community on the planet is concerned too. Because it is. But don't stop; it is truly, truly funny.


A third woman has claimed she was sexually harassed by the former head of the UN climate change panel, Rajendra Pachauri, who is charged with sexually harassing, stalking and intimidating a female employee.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said on Thursday she had decided to make a public statement after reading an article in the Observer in which Pachauri denied the allegations against him claiming his email account had been hacked and the claims were a conspiracy to defame him.

Pachauri, 75, former chair of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), was formally charged this month, a year after a 29-year-old former employee filed a police report against him. She had worked at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), which was led by Pachauri.

A second female employee has also filed a police report against Pachauri.

Pachauri, stepped down in February last year as head of the IPCC, which was awarded the Nobel peace prize in 2007 under his chairmanship.

The third woman who has now come forward, who is not an Indian national, said she was 19 when she worked at the New Delhi branch of TERI in 2008. In a statement, she said she believed Pachauri’s claim that his computer was hacked was “totally false” and that his counter allegations were “right in line with his character”. She said she had begun feeling uncomfortable around Pachauri as he “would put his hands on my waist repeated times, he would hug me longer than felt comfortable, [and] kissed me on the cheek”.

On one occasion, she said, Pachauri went to her home. “I actually was sick and could not come to the office. He then came to my home with a bouquet of roses. This might sound sweet, but at that time I just felt uncomfortable and scared. He would call me during non-working hours and holidays to ask me to come to his office and when arriving it became evident that he had no specific task for me. Pachauri would indulge in frivolous talk and try to get close to me.”

The breaking point came, she claimed, when Pachauri invited her to his summer home, making it clear they would be alone and that his wife was out of town. “At this point, I felt genuinely scared of what his motives for inviting me over were, and I decided to speak out and set a firm limit,” she said.

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On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 11:47:41 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 10:25:29 UTC, wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 09:25:25 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on weather.

'You are the only one....' 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 😂😂


Oh this just gets better and better. 1/20 shows this 'approach' is soooooo successful, doesn't it?

'But that is of course gobbledegook as far as you are concerned.' and as far as the rest of the scientific community on the planet is concerned too. Because it is. But don't stop; it is truly, truly funny.


A third woman has claimed she was sexually harassed by the former head of the UN climate change panel, Rajendra Pachauri, who is charged with sexually harassing, stalking and intimidating a female employee.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said on Thursday she had decided to make a public statement after reading an article in the Observer in which Pachauri denied the allegations against him claiming his email account had been hacked and the claims were a conspiracy to defame him.

Pachauri, 75, former chair of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), was formally charged this month, a year after a 29-year-old former employee filed a police report against him. She had worked at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), which was led by Pachauri.

A second female employee has also filed a police report against Pachauri.

Pachauri, stepped down in February last year as head of the IPCC, which was awarded the Nobel peace prize in 2007 under his chairmanship.

The third woman who has now come forward, who is not an Indian national, said she was 19 when she worked at the New Delhi branch of TERI in 2008. In a statement, she said she believed Pachauri’s claim that his computer was hacked was “totally false” and that his counter allegations were “right in line with his character”. She said she had begun feeling uncomfortable around Pachauri as he “would put his hands on my waist repeated times, he would hug me longer than felt comfortable, [and] kissed me on the cheek”.

On one occasion, she said, Pachauri went to her home. “I actually was sick and could not come to the office. He then came to my home with a bouquet of roses. This might sound sweet, but at that time I just felt uncomfortable and scared. He would call me during non-working hours and holidays to ask me to come to his office and when arriving it became evident that he had no specific task for me. Pachauri would indulge in frivolous talk and try to get close to me.”

The breaking point came, she claimed, when Pachauri invited her to his summer home, making it clear they would be alone and that his wife was out of town. “At this point, I felt genuinely scared of what his motives for inviting me over were, and I decided to speak out and set a firm limit,” she said.


I forgot to add the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqzcA7SsqSA

Whatever happened to Professor Briffa and the dendolions?
We hear so much about the train and the hockey shtick drivers of this world..
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On 31/01/2017 09:25, Weatherlawyer wrote:
On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:00:59 UTC, vidcapper wrote:


I think you greatly overestimate day-to-day geological effects on
weather.


You are the only one. Everyone knows that the slightest impact of
shade or mass will alter or create a current of air in exactly the
ame way a virtually undetectable rise in the ground will completely
alter the flow of water across it.


I wasn't talking about butterflies...



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