H5.4. Mechanism that governs the weather and climate on Earth and our control over it
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

H5.4. Mechanism that governs the weather and climate on Earth and our control over it

In subsection H2 it was explained, that counter-matter existing in the counter-world displays attributes exactly opposite to properties of matter from our world. For example, it displays “self mobility” instead of “inertia”, and also it completely lacks friction (i.e. is “super- slippery”). In turn because of this lack of friction and because of self-mobility, this substance is unable to create nor maintain solid objects. So counter-matter from the counter-world is in the state of continuous motion at all times. However, the spinning motion of this counter-matter, in a manner similar as spinning motion of water, is able to form semi-permanent structures. In subsection H4.2 these structures are described under the name of “whirls”. Such whirls are actually semi-permanent structures, which on the other end of gravity dipoles balance every solid object from our world. In the counter-world there is a whole range of such whirls of counter-matter. Some of them are so miniature, that they represent and balance individual particles and atoms. Other are so huge that they duplicate and balance whole planets, solar systems, and even galaxies. Thus, for example, our entire planet, the atmosphere of Earth, as well as e.g. all oceans, in the counter-world are duplicated and gravitationally balanced with a multitude of such gigantic whirls of counter-matter. If somehow we could have insight into the counter-world, we would see our Earth just as a dynamic bundle, or knot, made of such huge spinning whirls of counter-matter. In addition, this bundle of whirls is frequently crossed by linear streams of counter-matter.
Each whirl of counter matter is formed into an approximate shape of a "donut". This means that the whirls of counter-matter always assume the shape of closed loops. Illustratively they could be compared to gigantic “snakes” which spin around axes of rotation that run along their spinal cords, while with their mouths they bite ends of their own tails - so they are formed into closed loops. Only that instead of flesh, these "snakes" are formed from counter-matter, means from this extraordinary substance which prevails in the separate counter-world. (The "counter-world" is another world which so-far was described only by religions, as before the Concept of Dipolar Gravity there was no consistent physical theory that would justify the existence of it.) If such large whirls of counter-matter pass through the Earth's atmosphere, their gravitational interactions intercept and move particles of the air. In this way they create in the atmosphere huge circulations of the air called "low pressure areas" or "high pressure areas". Our "mother Earth" has a strict and always the same number of such large whirls of counter-matter. They never disappear, nor are created. Just constantly change their position in relationship to the surface of Earth. Furthermore, they also keep changing their own diameter around which their counter-matter spins (means their diameter “pulsates” cyclically, i.e. it periodically increases and then decreases).
Such huge whirls and streams of counter-matter constantly penetrate through our planet, getting in and out of Earth at various hemispheres. Actually, they are the ones which govern all atmospheric phenomena and all ocean currents on our planet. Thus practically they decide about the weather and climate of each single area on our planet, e.g. tornadoes, cyclones, anticyclones, hurricanes, ocean currents, and all other changes in fluids (including the so called "jet stream" - means a powerful westerly wind that blows at huge altitudes). When we learn how to control these whirls of counter-matter, we also learn how to control weather and climate on Earth. This is the reason why in this subsection I described the mechanism of interactions between these whirls of counter-matter and the Earth’s atmosphere.
There are two basic kinds of such whirls of counter-matter. We could call them: "low- pressure whirls", and "high-pressure whirls". The factor, which differentiates each one of them from the other one, is the course and effects of the physical phenomena that takes place during the spin of these whirls. The first kind of these whirls releases the phenomena that maintain a distribution of pressure within the whirl, which is lower in the centre of whirls and higher on peripherals and in the surrounding of the same whirls. Therefore these can be called the "low-pressure whirls", as the way they spin lowers the pressure inside of them. In turn the other kind of whirls release physical phenomena which maintain a distribution of pressure that is higher in the very centre of these whirls and lower on their peripherals and in their surroundings. Therefore these can be called the "high-pressure whirls", as the way they spin causes the build up of high pressure inside of them. Both these opposite types of whirls of counter-matter mutually attract each other. Therefore in the counter-world they appear either in pairs, or even in strands. If they appear in a pair, one low-pressure whirl sticks sideways to an identical in size high-pressure whirl. In turn if they appear in a strand, then one low- pressure whirl sticks side-by-side to a high-pressure whirl, which in turn sticks side-by-side to a low-pressure whirl, and so-on. All climatic and weather phenomena are controlled by pairs or strands made up from such opposite kinds of huge whirls of counter-matter. Only sometimes these whirls are supplemented with another phenomenon, which in the counter-world takes the form of dynamic (linear) streams of counter-matter (e.g. consider the so-called “jet stream” running in an opposite direction than it should - if it is really propelled by the rotation of Earth).
When such gigantic whirls of counter-matter penetrate through the centre of our planet, then in areas where they emerge to the surface they cause the rotation of winds around their central axes. This winds are generated because whirling counter-matter interacts via gravity forces with particles of the air. Thus, for example "low-pressure whirls", acting through gravitational forces onto particles of air, form areas of low atmospheric pressures on Earth. Such areas of low pressure are easy to recognize e.g. on TV, because around them in the northern hemisphere of Earth winds always rotate counter-clockwise. In turn in the southern hemisphere of Earth winds rotate around them in the clockwise direction. (This clock that is used to describe the direction of rotation of these winds must lie with its back on the ground and with its dial always directed towards the sky.) Furthermore, such low-pressure areas always bring bad, rainy and windy weather.
The Concept of Dipolar Gravity also explains that due to a very similar mechanism, high-pressure areas are formed on Earth. The only difference is that they are caused by "high-pressure whirls of counter-matter", which control the behaviour of these high-pressure areas. In television presentations one can recognize these high-pressure areas mainly because the winds that they create circulate in directions that are opposite to those in the low- pressure areas, means in counter-clockwise directions on the southern hemisphere of Earth, while in the clockwise direction in the northern hemisphere of Earth. Furthermore, the attribute of these high-pressure areas is that they bring good and sunny weather. Thus in their centres always prevails an excellent, cloudless weather, which shows blue sky from the horizon to horizon.
Independently from acting upon atmosphere, the same and similar whirls of counter- matter, as well as linear streams of this substance, act upon oceans. In the final effect, all global phenomena which take place in oceans, can be explained with such whirls and streams of counter-matter.
There is an interesting consequence of explaining low-pressure and high-pressure areas on Earth as huge whirls of counter-matter curved into loops, penetrating through the centre of our planet, and swirling the air at both exit points. This explanation indicates a simple manner for the control of weather on Earth. For example, according to this manner, all that it takes to change the weather, is to intercept such a whirl of counter-matter and then relocate this whirl into another area. (Such an interception and relocation of whirls of counter-matter can be accomplished for example with a large vehicle propelled by a magnetic field, e.g. with the vehicle described in chapter F of this series of monographs under the name of “magnocraft.) In turn this relocation of a whirl must cause the change of weather in all areas affected by it. Even more interesting is that such huge whirls of counter-matter can also be narrowed down to just several (or a hundred) meters. In case of such narrowing down of a small low-pressure whirl, the normally slow moving air that is propelled by this whirl accelerates significantly and receives huge velocities and power. As a result, such “squeezed” whirl forms a tornado. In turn, when a huge low-pressure whirl is narrowed down to a relatively small diameter, then a hurricane is formed. Thus tornados and hurricanes, similar to low and high pressure areas on Earth, can also be controlled.
At this point I should mention that trajectories, along which such low-pressure and high- pressure whirls of counter-matter are moving along the surface of our planet, depend on the consistency of the nucleus of Earth. The reason is, that such whirls of counter-matter are able to move more easily while passing through Earth along paths where the nucleus of our planet is less compact, or have cracks of some sort. In turn, this tendency of the whirls to move along specific trajectories, cause that low-pressure and high-pressure areas on Earth, as well as tornados and hurricanes, follow usually the same paths. This is why in specific areas of the USA, the so-called "tornado alley" does exist. Also because of this, e.g. in Poland tornados are rarities, while bad weather always seem to arrive there along the same path starting in Finland and passing through Latvia. In turn in New Zealand and Australia, paths of bad and good weather always seem to follow a kind of “zigzag” pattern which begins in the vicinity of Perth in Australia, goes down to Adelaide and Tasmania, then curves to New Zealand.
Although the theory presented in this subsection may seem to be highly academic and theoretical, it actually indicates a direction in which numerous practical applications of it can be accomplished. For example, it allows for a more effective weather forecasting. It enables us to prepare more precise models of climate changes on Earth. It indicates the way of controlling weather and controlling various atmospheric phenomena (e.g. tornados and/or hurricanes). It also provides clues on how to create early warning systems e.g. against tornados and hurricanes.
In spite that the entire Concept of Dipolar Gravity, and also relationship between weather and whirls of counter-matter, were deduced theoretically, I have managed to accumulate a number of empirical observations, which seem to confirm that this theory is sound and that it well reflects reality. Amongst various observations that confirm this theory, the following ones are the most striking:
(1) The consistency of the rotation of low-pressure and high-pressure whirls on both hemispheres. If one analyses how the air rotates within the low and high-pressure areas on opposite ends of our planet, it turns out that they rotate exactly in the manner as they should if they are propelled by whirls of counter-matter which penetrate through the centre of Earth.
(2) The correspondence between attributes of tornados and hurricanes and the mechanisms described in this subsection. For example, both tornados and hurricanes are always swirling counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere, means exactly in the manner as if they are narrowed down (squeezed) low- pressure whirls of counter-matter which penetrate through the centre of Earth.
(3) The even number of hurricanes on Earth. Since, according to the theory described here, e.g. hurricanes are simply narrowed down (squeezed) low-pressure whirls of counter-matter, which penetrate through the centre of Earth, then if any natural hurricane attacks e.g. the coasts of eastern parts of the USA, another similar natural twin-hurricane should appear in Southern Pacific. And actually satellite pictures confirm this. But because this opposite-end natural twin-hurricane usually passes then through the ocean, it is rarely shown in TV news and reported to the public.
(4) Repetitive paths of low-pressure and high-pressure areas along the surface of Earth. My empirical observations indicate, that in the majority of normal cases, both these areas behave exactly as the above theory explains their behaviour. For example, they repetitively follow the same trajectories along the surface of Earth - which correspond to cracks and inconsistencies of our planet.
(5) The constant number of low pressure and high-pressure areas on Earth. I do not have means and resources to count the number of these areas in a global scale. However, the high regularity of weather cycles at the southern end of the Earth confirms that this number must be constant. For example, in New Zealand the weather follows a repetitive cycle, the length of which is around 7 days and 9 hours. This means that if we consider any place in New Zealand, in normal situations around every 7 days and 9 hours, a high-pressure area repetitively arrives to this place. What is even more interesting, because in the dipolar gravity the southern pole of Earth represents the “outlet” for counter-matter, the weather cycles are incomparably more repetitive in New Zealand than in the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. (Definitions of N and S magnetic polarity provided in subsection H5.2 explain also why in the Concept of Dipolar Gravity the planet Earth is seen as a huge pump for counter-matter, which has an “inlet” at the N pole, and an “outlet” at the S pole.)

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