Wilma the Super Storm and Energy from the Vacuum
Reflections on the dynamics of this record-breaking hurricane,
principles of physics and atmosphere, and ramifications for unlimited energy
from the vacuum of space.
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Copyright © 2005
I know it may seem strange to be watching something happening in North Alabama
in order to understand a hurricane in the area south of the Yucatan Channel, but
this is useful in predicting its behavior. I am just watching my weather closely
for its indications. Typically if the wind is from the south, a hurricane is
moving directly towards me.
You can see that for at least the next 24 hours I am seeing a true south-
bearing wind blowing in North Alabama, then reversal to a north wind is
expected. This north wind will be the "dry tongue" of the storm
passing over me. I read this to mean that the storm is going to track nearly due
north at least for the next 24 hours. Then as the wind shifts from the north,
the storm will shift to the east of me. This storm may make the Yucatan channel
Storm Surge Mechanism
Of course the current forecasts show it going directly into Mexico for a time.
(Who knows?) My guess for now is due north for 24 hours or so. At the current
rate, it should move about 200 nautical miles (nm) or so in that time frame.
This is very slow for a hurricane. It is piling up an astronomical storm surge.
The pile of water under this storm is probably close to the largest on record.
The mass here is probably a mound of water something like 30 feet high and
covering an ellipse about 200 by 500 miles or more. That weighs a lot. Moving it
around is going to break a lot of things. Whoever gets hit is going to hurt.
Moving this much water in the narrow Yucatan Channel is going to be spectacular.
NOAA / Reuters
|Oct. 19 NOAA
satellite image shows Hurricane Wilma over the northwestern
Caribbean Sea. Note small size of eye.
Licked by a Cold Dry Tongue
A "dry tongue" is part of what a hurricane is. It is a short circuit
between the polar jet and the subtropical jet, allowing arctic air to jump over
the mid section of the country and fall directly into the eye of the hurricane
causing the equal of a combustion-chamber function over the hot water. (Fuel
is hot, adding cold is like feeding in the Oxygen) A strong dry tongue is
required to feed a strong storm. A stable dry tongue allows the powerful
"Outflow" the weathermen talk about. Under a strong north wind, which
is typically very dry, the Midwest (Misssouri, Arkansas area) is expecting
frosts in about 3 days.
Dropping a cold blast of this strength into the hot water north of Cuba and West
of Florida is like dropping a thousand hydrogen bombs. This is close to the
scenario that set off the "Perfect Storm," also known as the "no
name storm." I haven't seen much about this in the tropical storm
discussions. This is like merging a winter storm with a hurricane. I have no
idea exactly what is going to happen, but it could really mess up the east coast
of the USA if this happens. If it is aimed wrong, it could put the storm out,
like a switching off a light.
If you are curious, this is identical to the turbulence discussions you have had
on vehicle combustion, and on airflow over vehicles. There is no difference at
all. It is the same physics.
Regards to the issue of the "dry tongue" strength, at issue is an
absolute temperature (degrees Kelvin) ratio between the hot and the cold. My
understanding is that the upper-level temperatures driving this frost are close
to (a VERY deep cold 175 F) and the temperature of the water in the region is
approaching (90 F) in terms of a drive for a storm, this is about the limit in
physics. This is rather like dropping liquid oxygen into a fire.
Lunar Tidal Force Effect on Atmosphere
This relates to the tidal force note I reported. The lunar tidal force takes
several days after the moon gets closest to the earth (perigee) and goes full
i.e. is opposite to the sun to develop its full effects. The lunar pull
on the atmosphere causes thickening of the tropical atmosphere by several miles,
and thinning of the arctic one, also by several miles. The result is that a
massive wad of cold air migrates south. (Ref.)
Take note that 1 to 2 weeks after a strong lunar tidal interaction combined with
a solar tide (Full Moon), we got Katrina and Rita. One of the reasons for the 3
super storms this year was the close context of the lunar and solar tides in the
time frame. This also drove the sea tides to bring lots of hot water in onto the
In addition to the tidal effects, at a time which is normally quiet in the solar
cycle it has kicked off some extraordinary solar flares. While the mechanisms
are not yet fully understood, these flares are definitely setting off the
massive hurricanes. This is related to the cosmic particle emissions of the sun
and the earth's magnetic field interaction. A "short circuit" is
created for the draining of heat energy into space via a capacitant discharge
into the orbital mechanics around the earth. The timing of such solar events
usually precedes its terrestrial consequences by about 1 to 2 weeks, showing up
several days after the discharge hits the magnetic field regions of the earth.
Both Hurricanes Rita and Katrina were associated with this and the current storm
is as well.
Short Circuit: Electrical Exchange into Space
For those interested in the issues of potential "Weather Control" and
the more exotic alternative energy generation theories, the physics are
similar. This is very much related to the Zero Point Energy (ZPE) and to the
issues of Tesla's energy theories. It gets very much into the area of how the
whole universe works. It gets into stellar physics real fast.
For those not so schooled in the issues, a starter course would be to note that
the Hurricane is boiling off millions of tons of water into the atmosphere and
then essentially quick freezing it. In this tropical location, condensation be
transferring all this heat into hot air, but this time the air is actually
extremely cold. In order for this cold to exist even for a moment in this region
of rapid condensation which is the Heat Recovery Phase the storm has to
be pumping this energy off into space either as hot air (which it is not) or by
electromagnetic means. The electromagnetic freeze "ray" is beaming the
energy away fast. The amount here is equal the detonation of a 20 megaton
Hydrogen bomb every few minutes. To strip the planet of this much heat this fast
requires an ionic short circuit into deep space.
If this hasn't confused you, then you are well on your way to understanding
hurricanes and similar storms. It also removes any doubt that there is plenty of
energy around to be used. This is the fast trip into the wild and wooly side of
physics that is not popular with the tired old heads that dominate the field.
(Don't bother those guys! They are mean and they don't take evidence well. This
stuff upsets them a lot.) It may be further evidence confirming the theory that
the sun and planets interact electrically. (Ref.)
Curiously this links up with the geologic side of the planet as well. Remember
that all energy transfers go two ways. Yes, there is a relationship though
it isn't well understood between the recent earthquakes and these storms. In
the energy circulation on this planet, and its interactions with the space
surrounding earth, they are all connected.
This report should get the Alternative Energy guys juices flowing. There is
lots of energy out there. We have no shortage. We just don't know how to use it
right now. Nature is dropping us a hint, if we have the wit to grasp the
Imagine being able to tap into a small fraction of the energy flowing around
this storm. Even an hour's energy from this storm would drive the USA for a long
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Probably a Sleeper Where Oil is Concerned - While it will stir other
problems, there are no significant oil platforms at risk -- unless it veers
left into the Yucatan. Alt energy would free us from fretting so much. (PESN;
Oct. 18, 2005)
the Capacitor - Some thoughts on storm tracking and ties to
electrical phenomenon of interest, both pertaining to electrical
properties of hurricanes as well as their interaction with the
electrical component of humans. (PESN;
Oct. 26, 2005)
- The Electric
Hurricanes of 2005 - As a rule, hurricanes display little if any
lightning. But during the record-setting hurricane season of 2005 three of
the most powerful stormsRita, Katrina, and Emilyprovoked an
astonishing abundance of lightning. (Thunderbolts.info; Jan. 17) (PhysOrg)
- Wilma most intense
Atlantic storm on record - Gathering strength at a record pace,
Hurricane Wilma grew into the most intense Atlantic storm ever recorded
Wednesday a Category 5 monster with 175 mph winds that is expected to
make landfall somewhere on Floridas west coast by late Saturday and then
possibly make course for New England. The National Hurricane Center
which bases a storms strength on barometric pressure, not wind speed
said Wilmas pressure had dropped to 882 millibars, the lowest minimum
pressure ever measured in a hurricane in the Atlantic basin. (MSNBC; Oct.
19; 12:50 p.m.)
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D. Allan Oct. 18, 2005
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