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Hurricanes and unusual lightning PostTue Jan 10, 2006 9:34 pm  Reply with quote  

First there was a story about the unusual ferocity and magnitude of lightning strikes lately and now the it's the high frequency associated with hurricanes which are also growing much stronger.

Lots of Lightning in 2005 Hurricanes Baffles Scientists

The boom of thunder and crackle of lightning generally mean one thing: a storm is coming. Curiously, though, the biggest storms of all, hurricanes, are notoriously lacking in lightning. Hurricanes blow, they rain, they flood, but seldom do they crackle.

Surprise: During the record-setting hurricane season of 2005 three of the most powerful storms—Rita, Katrina, and Emily—did have lightning, lots of it. And researchers would like to know why.

Richard Blakeslee of the Global Hydrology and Climate Center (GHCC) in Huntsville, Alabama, was one of a team of scientists who explored Hurricane Emily using NASA's ER-2 aircraft, a research version of the famous U-2 spy plane. Flying high above the storm, they noted frequent lightning in the cylindrical wall of clouds surrounding the hurricane's eye. Both cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning were present, "a few flashes per minute," says Blakeslee.

"Generally there's not a lot of lightning in the eye-wall region," he says. "So when people see lightning there, they perk up — they say, okay, something's happening."

Indeed, the electric fields above Emily were among the strongest ever measured by the aircraft’s sensors over any storm. "We observed steady fields in excess of 8 kilovolts per meter," says Blakeslee. "That is huge—comparable to the strongest fields we would expect to find over a large land-based 'mesoscale' thunderstorm."

It's tempting to think that, because Emily, Rita and Katrina were all exceptionally powerful, their sheer violence somehow explains their lightning. But Blakeslee says that this explanation is too simple. "Other storms have been equally intense and did not produce much lightning," he says. "There must be something else at work."

It's too soon to say for certain what that missing factor is. Scientists will need months to pour over the reams of data gathered in this year's campaign before they can hope to have an answer.

Says Blakeslee, "We still have a lot to learn about hurricanes."

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PostFri Jul 14, 2006 3:00 pm  Reply with quote  

I was just listening to a meteorologist, explaining how dry lighting forms in the atmosphere, and was responsible for the fires were experiencing here in California..... It really made me flash back to some early post here on site that were questioning where the power to steer hurricanes could possibly come from, and it was so obviously clear. THE ATMOSPHERE... it's loaded with massive amounts of electricity. He stated that a lightning strike was generated by rain droplets rising and falling in the atmosphere, causing a static charge to build up resulting in a strike, 50,000 degrees, he said "5 times the temperature of the sun"... I missed the voltage amount, but I was thinking, if you could cause that static charge to build, and then harness the generated energy, and redirect it, DAMN!!! Tesla in action... Just passing water droplet's through the atmosphere builds up a charge large enough to generate enormous amounts of POWER!!! Talk about free energy Idea
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PostFri Jul 14, 2006 6:48 pm  Reply with quote  

Basically my view on this comes from two observations.

the sun, remember what i said about the sun.

and two, the ever increasing amount of metal particles sprayed into the atmosphere by chemtrails.

these metal particles by natural laws of physics increase the conductivity charge up in the atmosphere.

Like I said before we're in for the ride of our life.

hang on! it's gonna be "breath" taking, just don't breathe in too deeply when you see chemtrails up in the sky.
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