Piers Corbyn Quakes and weather driven by sun/lunar interactions

Of course as has also been noted the CO2-GW sect are also (still?!) promoting the total lie that CO2-GW encourages earthquakes. This link usefully exposes that deceitful drivel- http://climaterealists.com/index.php?id=7394

For more on solar-lunar earthquake links and the dangerous times we live in please see- http://www.weatheraction.com/displayarticle.asp?a=326&c=5

Thanks, Piers

Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Disasters,Natural Processes — by Richard Holle @ 10:09 am on March 16, 2011

Theodore White astrometeorologist comments on his Japan Quake forecast

I would like to thank Sam for his kind comments, and for the work of Anthony on WUWT, a fine site on climate science that I and my readers enjoy very much.

As for my prediction of the Japan earthquake:

I accomplished this by astrological means, as I do with all of my advanced climate and weather forecasting.

I applied the same methods with my forecast of El Nino & La Nina for the period 2009-2011.

What we are experiencing are celestial forces and their impacts on the Earth. We are in for a rough two months or so of very strong seismic activity and weather anomalies, according to my calculations.

My warnings are based on my astrological findings, based on variable mathematics – not ‘pop culture astrology,’ which is the place from where those who make dismissing comments always base their uninformed opinions. (more…)

Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Disasters,Natural Processes,Uncategorized — by Richard Holle @ 1:33 am on March 12, 2011

Changes in extreme precipitation

It is a relatively bad idea to look at short term trends in rainfall – i.e reduction or increase (depending on where you are) since the 1950′s – given the multidecadal changes evident globally.

To quote realclimate – “two new papers in Nature (Min et al. 2011, Pall et al. 2011) have presented evidence that changes in the intensity of extreme precipitation since the middle of the 20th century may be linked to human induced global warming…”

Globally – much of the decadal change in rainfall arises from changes in the Pacific Ocean. Australians have been in a ‘drought dominated regime’ since the Pacific climate shift in 1976/1977 – we have since returned to a ‘flood dominated regime’ which will result in increased flooding in Australia over another 10 to 30 years. This also has impacts on rainfall in the Americas, China, India and Asia. But there are also changes in the Polar vortices which show decadal change and influence storm tracks. (more…)

Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Disasters,Natural Processes — by Richard Holle @ 6:14 pm on March 10, 2011

No increase in severe weather

The record shows that there has been no increase in:

– the number of tornadoes
– the number or intensity of hurricanes
– the number of severe floods

as a result of AGW (since the late 20th century warming period cited by IPCC started around 1976).

I have not checked droughts, as the record is a bit sketchy, but it appears clear to me that the physically observed record does not support the IPCC postulation (or Zwiers’ statement) that AGW has caused an incfrease in severe weather events (at least in the USA, for which data are available).


Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Disasters,Natural Processes,Severe Weather — by Richard Holle @ 9:05 pm on March 9, 2011

Tornado forecast spring 2011

March 2, 2011 at 12:32 pm

Tornado production is a result of Lunar declinational tides pulling air masses from more equatorial areas into the mid-latitudes, so the peak production times when they form can be predicted as the periods from Maximum North culmination to three days after, a couple of days when the moon crosses the equator headed North, and as the moon reaches maximum South declination and several days after.

These effects are due to the production of the primary and secondary tidal bulges in the atmosphere, that arrive at the same time as the ion content of the air masses reaches a local maximum. Between the induced charge differential between the +ion concentrations riding on the more equatorial sourced air mass, established ahead of the dry line front of -ion concentrated more polar air mass, that sweeps in from the West, forcing the precipitation into the rapidly moving narrow band of severe weather from which the tornadoes form on the trailing edges.

The periods when these effects will be most likely to occur this spring,
2-25/28 for three days, which we just had, around max South.
3-5/7 slight chance of small outbreak
3-12/17 starting in Arkansas through Kentucky and the Ohio river valley
3-25/30 Starting Texas/Oklahoma/Arkansas through Ohio river valley the beginning of a long period of very wet activity most of April.
4-5/8 start up of activity
with the re-enactment of the 1974 outbreak most possible in the period
4-8/13 Maps of the expected precipitation can be found on my site, bearing in mind that the tornado and severe activity usually forms in the fast moving part of the frontal and not usually in the areas of heaviest total daily precipitation.

On the maps show on my site you can expect to see the tornado development in the areas with the “netted” looking precipitation patterns due to the usual nature of the part of the front where they occur.

1974 is one of the analog years for my forecast method, which is why I mention we may see a replay of that out break. It is also why I am in Mesa Az., instead of Kansas this spring.

Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Disasters,Tornadoes — by Richard Holle @ 12:32 pm on March 2, 2011