Sunday, May 18, 2014

                                                  The Anatomy of a Hurricane, and Tornado
                                                           Geophysicist: Willie McDonald
                                                                       Date: May 10, 2014

Hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorm, mesocyclones, and snowstorms are electromagnetic/gravitational phenomena. Infrared, and Radar satellites proves it. The strength of a hurricane can be suppressed by aerial bombardment using thermobaric air bombs, or equally powerful bombs. Thermobaric bombs are the most powerful conventional bomb on earth. These bombs will not destroy hurricane eye wall, but they will slow their rotation. The hurricane is the width of the eye wall. Slowly the rotation of a hurricane will decrease to size of the storm surge, and wind damage.  The aircraft will dropped the bombs on the hurricane, just before the hurricane reaches land fall.

Keywords: Geophysics, Geology, Meteorology, Hurricanes, Mesocyclones,Tornadoes, Electromagnetic, Gravity, Anti-gravity, Weather, infrared satellite.

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Introduction I


Observation is an accepted part of the empirical data process, and not just other forms of empirical data processes such as mathematical formulae, or laboratory research. Hurricanes, mesocyclone, tornadoes, thunderstorms, snow storms, etc are electromagnetic /gravitational phenomena, and infrared satellite proves it. Infrared, and doppler radar show red image in these storms are concentrated electrical energy, and not scattered static electricity. The term electromagnetic/gravitational energy (EMGE) is used, because of the relationship between these three forms of energy. Electromagnetic energy, and gravity are similar to ice, and water. They are the same element, but in different forms, these three energies behave differently. The energy within these storms systems possesses anti-gravity properties that why these heavy, and dangerous storm systems travel above the earth's surface, and not on the earth's surface.

Hurricanes, and mesocyclone storm’s Electromagnetic/gravitational energy (EMGE), and anti-gravity properties can be absorbed by a low temperature superconducting magnet for anti-gravity research.  The EMGE absorption research must be conducted above the storm system, and not below it.  Snowstorms, and the aurora borealis are the safest energies to absorb. The cold temperatures in the upper atmosphere subdue the EMGE activity of a snowstorm, but they’re still dangerous. The best way to dissipate a storm system, tornado, hurricane is to drain it of it's EMGE, but such technology doesn't exist now, or the acceptance of the role of EMGE in storm systems.

Hurricanes , and mesocyclones are EMGE motors, but it is not understood why the EMGE in a hurricanes generates wind, and the energy in a tornadoes generates suction, and lift.  It is amazing how the EMGE in a tornado can suspend heavy object in the air around its body. Hurricanes, and tornado’s electromagnetic polarity causes these storm systems in the northern hemisphere to rotate counter clockwise, and in the southern hemisphere clockwise. It’s their electromagnetic polarity that prevents them from ever crossing the equator into the opposite hemisphere, which has dissimilar polarity. The EMGE in a storm systems is made up of proton, neutron, and electrons, and these elements do have mass, which explains their gravitational, and anti-gravitational output. There are hundreds of thousands of watts, voltage, and amperes of concentrated EMGE in these storm systems. Its not understood why the EMGE of a tornado generates suction, and a hurricane generates wind, but both possess anti-gravity lift.

The thunderstorm, and mesocyclone systems that generate hurricanes, and tornadoes can weigh millions of pounds. The water vapors near the EMGE in these storm systems are very dense pools of water, but not so much in the outer areas of the storm systems. The less dense outer area conceals these large pools of water, and vortices inside these storm systems. It is a fallacy to believe that ordinary cold, or warn air, updrafts, or downdraft can generate the wind in a tornado, or hurricane, and not believe  high speed rotating electromagnetic vortices are incapable of generating these storm systems, which are concealed by the cloud cover. It is the storm system’s EMGE, and its anti-gravity properties that supports the weight of these storm systems.  It is impossible to see the electromagnetic energy in a tornadic mesocyclone cloud’s rotate at a high rate of speed due to the cloud cover, or water vapors. There's EMGE within tornadoes, and hurricanes, regardless if it is seen, or not.

Figures 1-4:  The top four pictures are tornadic mesocyclone clouds, and the bottom picture is a tornado. Modern day meteorology, and other entities wants you to believe EMGE plays no role in the development of tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, etc due to their anti-gravity properties. Their EMGE anti-gravity properties can be used for anti-gravity propulsion. The meteorological theories that don’t include EMGE in storm systems are flawed. The cloud cover prevents the activity of the EMGE from being seen by the naked eye.  Water, water vapors, and the gases in Earth's atmosphere (air) clings to the EMGE in these storm system that why it impossible to see the significance of EMGE, and its behavior in these storms. The EMGE can't be seen within a mesocyclone, and tornado, because of the cloud cover, but its present regardless. How on earth can anyone believe that warm, cold rising, or falling air can generate the energy in a tornado, or hurricane, and believe EMGE in these storms plays no role? Any meteorological theory(s) that don't include EMGE is pseudoscience.

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Fig (c)


Figure (a), (b), and (c): These are Doppler radar images of EMGE activity around the eye wall of the hurricane. Figure (a), and (b):  Doppler radar images of spot, which are lightning discharges around the eye wall of the hurricane. Figure (c) is an actual snapshot of EMGE activity around the hurricane's eye wall. This is  the area where bombs should be dropped, and detonate in the hurricane wall to suppress the hurricane's strength. The primary structural components of hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, etc are EMGE, water, and, water vapors.

The EMGE is the active component in these storm systems. Water, and water vapors are the components, or element that plays a supportive role in a storm system. The cloud cover, or water vapors can make the hurricane look larger, and taller, than it actually is. The cloud cover, or water vapors can reach altitudes of tens of thousands of feet above the hurricane. The dimensions of the actual hurricane within the cloud cover, or water vapors can only be seen with Doppler radar, and not with the naked eye.

The hurricane is in the center, and is that’s part of the storm system that rotates at a high rate of speed within the cloud cover. The cloud cover rotates slowly. The actual hurricane will most likely appear as red, yellow, or orange on the radar satellite screen due to its high speed amount electrical energy. The hurricane, feeder bands, or cloud cover are two different components of the hurricane. The feeder band clouds supplies the hurricane with EMGE, and water. After the feeder band clouds are pulled into the hurricane it absorbs the feeder band cloud’s EMGE.  The feeder band cloud cover begin to build up over the hurricane, and can reach altitudes of thousands of feet above the hurricane. The feeder band clouds over the hurricane are benign, and are safe to fly through. The EMGE in hurricanes does generate tornadoes. Thunderstorms clouds, super cells clouds , tropical storm clouds can weigh millions of pounds, and are held aloft in mid air by the EMGE within the storm cloud. These storm systems are example of anti-gravitational lift.


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