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Detailed Description Of The Elements Of The Model

Trace of Pendulum
iasoberg
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There   are   4   Iasoberg   Model   spatial   configurations   that   are   generated   by   various algorithms   (programs)   and   displayed   on   most   graphs   and   charts.      The   iasoberg   (3 band   3xred   and   3xgreen   bands)   and   the   celestial   subpoints   (sun   –   red,   blue   –   moon and   green   –   center   of   the   galaxy)   are   essentially   fixed   as   the   Earth   rotates   through them   in   a   24   hour   period.     The   other   2   configurations,   ie   the   PNGWSATGA   Plane   and the boundaries of the tectonic plates obviously rotate with the Earth. So   let’s   start   with   the   iasoberg.      The   term   iasoberg,   was   a   term   coined   as   the generic   descriptor   of   the   regions   where   the   Iasoberg   Model   output   intersect   the Earth’s   surface   to   indicate   the   influence   of   the   Allais   Effect.      Initially,   an   iasoberg was displayed as a line on the Earth’s surface to indicate its location.
This   early   model   consisted   of   4   iasoberg   (lines),   two   associated   with   the   Sun   and   two   with   the   center   of   the   galaxy.      The solar   iasoberg   were   focused   at   the   barycenter   of   the   Earth   Moon   system   and   the   anti-barycenter,   which   is   a   point   on   the Earth   Moon   axis   opposite   to   the   barycenter   and   at   the   same   distance   from   the   center   of   the   Earth   to   the   barycenter.      The galactic iasoberg were configured similarly to the solar iasoberg. Prior   to   a   study   of   severe   wind   events   in   August   2008,   2   additional   iasoberg   had   been   developed   to   provide   additional intersections   on   the   Earth’s   surface   for   investigating   links   between   event(s)   and   the   output   of   the   model.      These   two additional   iasoberg   were   styled   the   Solar   and   Galactic   Earth   Centric   iasoberg   focused   at   the   mass   center   of   the   Earth. The geometry   of   these   iasoberg   was   as   per   the   initial   4.            The   lines   were   further   developed   into   3   bands   for   each   iasoberg.     The   3   band   iasoberg   was   developed   as   an   exploratory   representation   of   the   observations   recorded   in   the   Saxl   and   Allen experiment   (1970)   and   the   3   clusters   of   severe   events   described   in   the   severe   wind   study.      All   the   work   and   results presented   in   Note   4,   a   study   on   severe   wind   events   in August   2008   in   continental   USA,   were   based   on   the   current   versions of   the   model   and   its   associated   software,   the   Iasoberg   Model   algorithms.      The   current   set   of   6   iasoberg   are   configured with   3   bands   (3   iasoberg   are   linked   to   the   Sun   and   are   displayed   with   red   dots   and   lines,   and   3   linked   to   the   center   of   the galaxy – similarly displayed in green). The   3   solar   linked   iasoberg   are   shown   with   red   dots   and   vertical   lines   on   various   maps   and   charts.      The   3   bands   of   dark red   dots   indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   Earth   Moon   System   barycenter   styled   the   Solar   Fundamental   Iasoberg.     The   3 bands   of   vertical   lines   indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   center   of   the   Earth   styled   the   Earth   Centric   Solar   Iasoberg.     And   the   3   bands   of   light   red   dots   indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   anti   barycenter   styled   the   Solar   Mirror   Image Iasoberg.   The   galactic/green   iasoberg   are   configured   and   styled   similarly   as   the   solar   iasoberg,   except   they   are   linked   to the center of the galaxy. Next,   we   have   3   points   which   are   included   in   all   displays;   they   are   the   subpoints   of   the   Sun   (red),   Moon   (blue)   and   center of   the   galaxy   (green).      The   subpoint   is   where   the   axis   between   the   above   celestial   body   and   the   center   of   the   Earth intersects   the   surface   of   the   Earth.      We   have   found   in   some   of   our   work   that   their   location   in   conjunction   with   the iasoberg have correlated with observations/reports of various geophysical events. Thirdly,   we   have   the   elements   associated   with   PNGWSATGA   Plane   (great   circle   shown   as   a   red   line)   and   iasospots   (Iasospot 1   –   PNG   Magenta   polygon   –   Iasospot   2   –   WSA   cyan   polygon)   which   are   shown   in   all   maps/charts.      The   polygons   represent two   regions   of   the   earth   where   there   are   significant   terrestrial   gravitational   anomalies.   Two   additional   elements   have been   included   to   the   PNGWSATGA   Plane   configuration   as   a   result   of   severe   weather   event   observations.      They   are   planes that   are   orthogonal   to   the   PNGWSATGA   plane   and   intersect   the   PNGWSATGA   plane   at   the   centroids   of   the   PNG   and   WSA polygons. Finally, in some maps you will also see lines of yellow dots which represent the boundaries of Earth’s tectonic plates. At   this   stage   there   is   no   rationale   for   the   distortion   of   the   solar   and   galactic   gravitational   fields   focused   at   the   barycenter and   anti   barycenter   of   the   Earth   Moon   system   and   mass   center   of   the   Earth.      However,   if   the   above   fields   are   distorted,   as hypothesized   ,   that   is   one   way   field   theory   can   accommodate   non   homogeneous   gravitational   vectors   on   the   Earth’s surface   that   emanate   from   the   above   points   within   the   Earth.      iasoberg.com   have   a   series   of   algorithms   (programs) developed    by    my    brother    and    myself,    which    can    generate    the    locations    for    these    ‘hypothesized’    distortions    very accurately for any instant of time  between 2500BC to 2500AD. All   the   features   presented   on   maps   reflecting   the   output   of   the   Iasoberg   Model   are   subject   to   the   dynamics   of   gravity.     The   iasoberg   (hypothetical   distorted   gravitational   potentials),   the   subpoints   and   regions   near   them   (m1   x   m2/r2),   the TGAs   because   of   more   mass   in   those   regions   of   the   Earth   and   the   tectonic   plates   which   indicate   the   boundaries   of   large masses   near   the   Earth’s   surface   are   dynamically   linked.   It   is   my   contention   that   these   elements   contribute   to   the dynamics   that   influence   our   terrestrial   environment.   It   is   important   to   note   that   some   of   these   elements   are   constantly moving relative to each other, in some instances in excess of 1600 km/hr!!!! It   would   be   very   useful   for   the   reader   to   take   the   time   to   view   The   Allias   Effect   –   The   Iasoberg   Model    –   The   Future presentation   and   read   the   paper   on   the   Papua   New   Guinea   and   Western   South American   Terrestrial   Gravitational Anomaly Plane   to   gain   a   reasonable   understanding   of   the Allais   Effect    and   the   Iasoberg   Model .      Click   on   these   links   in   blue   to   these two documents .
In Depth Discussion of Model
Sequential Hourly Output of Iasoberg Model
© iasoberg.com 2013

Detailed Description Of The Elements Of The Model

Trace of Pendulum
iasoberg
(click on image to enlarge)
There   are   4   Iasoberg   Model   spatial   configurations   that   are   generated by   various   algorithms   (programs)   and   displayed   on   most   graphs   and charts.      The   iasoberg   (3   band   3xred   and   3xgreen   bands)   and   the celestial   subpoints   (sun   –   red,   blue   –   moon   and   green   –   center   of   the galaxy)   are   essentially   fixed   as   the   Earth   rotates   through   them   in   a 24   hour   period.     The   other   2   configurations,   ie   the   PNGWSATGA   Plane and   the   boundaries   of   the   tectonic   plates   obviously   rotate   with   the Earth. So   let’s   start   with   the   iasoberg.      The term   iasoberg,   was   a   term   coined   as   the generic   descriptor   of   the   regions   where the   Iasoberg   Model   output   intersect   the Earth’s   surface   to   indicate   the   influence of     the     Allais     Effect.          Initially,     an iasoberg   was   displayed   as   a   line   on   the Earth’s surface to indicate its location.
This   early   model   consisted   of   4   iasoberg   (lines),   two   associated   with the   Sun   and   two   with   the   center   of   the   galaxy.      The   solar   iasoberg were   focused   at   the   barycenter   of   the   Earth   Moon   system   and   the anti-barycenter,   which   is   a   point   on   the   Earth   Moon   axis   opposite   to the   barycenter   and   at   the   same   distance   from   the   center   of   the Earth    to    the    barycenter.       The    galactic    iasoberg    were    configured similarly to the solar iasoberg. Prior   to   a   study   of   severe   wind   events   in   August   2008,   2   additional iasoberg   had   been   developed   to   provide   additional   intersections   on the   Earth’s   surface   for   investigating   links   between   event(s)   and   the output   of   the   model.      These   two   additional   iasoberg   were   styled   the Solar   and   Galactic   Earth   Centric   iasoberg   focused   at   the   mass   center of   the   Earth. The   geometry   of   these   iasoberg   was   as   per   the   initial   4.           The   lines   were   further   developed   into   3   bands   for   each   iasoberg.     The   3   band   iasoberg   was   developed   as   an   exploratory   representation of   the   observations   recorded   in   the   Saxl   and Allen   experiment   (1970) and   the   3   clusters   of   severe   events   described   in   the   severe   wind study.      All   the   work   and   results   presented   in   Note   4,   a   study   on severe   wind   events   in August   2008   in   continental   USA,   were   based   on the   current   versions   of   the   model   and   its   associated   software,   the Iasoberg    Model    algorithms.        The    current    set    of    6    iasoberg    are configured   with   3   bands   (3   iasoberg   are   linked   to   the   Sun   and   are displayed   with   red   dots   and   lines,   and   3   linked   to   the   center   of   the galaxy – similarly displayed in green). The   3   solar   linked   iasoberg   are   shown   with   red   dots   and   vertical   lines on   various   maps   and   charts.      The   3   bands   of   dark   red   dots   indicate the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   Earth   Moon   System   barycenter   styled   the Solar   Fundamental   Iasoberg.      The   3   bands   of   vertical   lines   indicate the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   center   of   the   Earth   styled   the   Earth Centric   Solar   Iasoberg.      And   the   3   bands   of   light   red   dots   indicate the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   anti   barycenter   styled   the   Solar   Mirror Image    Iasoberg.    The    galactic/green    iasoberg    are    configured    and styled   similarly   as   the   solar   iasoberg,   except   they   are   linked   to   the center of the galaxy. Next,   we   have   3   points   which   are   included   in   all   displays;   they   are the   subpoints   of   the   Sun   (red),   Moon   (blue)   and   center   of   the   galaxy (green).      The   subpoint   is   where   the   axis   between   the   above   celestial body   and   the   center   of   the   Earth   intersects   the   surface   of   the   Earth.     We   have   found   in   some   of   our   work   that   their   location   in   conjunction with    the    iasoberg    have    correlated    with    observations/reports    of various geophysical events. Thirdly,   we   have   the   elements   associated   with   PNGWSATGA   Plane (great   circle   shown   as   a   red   line)   and   iasospots   (Iasospot   1   –   PNG Magenta   polygon   –   Iasospot   2   –   WSA   cyan   polygon)   which   are   shown   in all   maps/charts.      The   polygons   represent   two   regions   of   the   earth where   there   are   significant   terrestrial   gravitational   anomalies.   Two additional   elements   have   been   included   to   the   PNGWSATGA   Plane configuration   as   a   result   of   severe   weather   event   observations.     They are    planes    that    are    orthogonal    to    the    PNGWSATGA    plane    and intersect   the   PNGWSATGA   plane   at   the   centroids   of   the   PNG   and   WSA polygons. Finally,   in   some   maps   you   will   also   see   lines   of   yellow   dots   which represent the boundaries of Earth’s tectonic plates. At   this   stage   there   is   no   rationale   for   the   distortion   of   the   solar   and galactic    gravitational    fields    focused    at    the    barycenter    and    anti barycenter   of   the   Earth   Moon   system   and   mass   center   of   the   Earth.     However,   if   the   above   fields   are   distorted,   as   hypothesized   ,   that   is one     way     field     theory     can     accommodate     non     homogeneous gravitational   vectors   on   the   Earth’s   surface   that   emanate   from   the above    points    within    the    Earth.        iasoberg.com    have    a    series    of algorithms   (programs)   developed   by   my   brother   and   myself,   which can   generate   the   locations   for   these   ‘hypothesized’   distortions   very accurately for any instant of time  between 2500BC to 2500AD. All   the   features   presented   on   maps   reflecting   the   output   of   the Iasoberg   Model   are   subject   to   the   dynamics   of   gravity.      The   iasoberg (hypothetical   distorted   gravitational   potentials),   the   subpoints   and regions   near   them   (m1   x   m2/r2),   the   TGAs   because   of   more   mass   in those   regions   of   the   Earth   and   the   tectonic   plates   which   indicate   the boundaries   of   large   masses   near   the   Earth’s   surface   are   dynamically linked.   It   is   my   contention   that   these   elements   contribute   to   the dynamics   that   influence   our   terrestrial   environment.   It   is   important to   note   that   some   of   these   elements   are   constantly   moving   relative to each other, in some instances in excess of 1600 km/hr!!!! It   would   be   very   useful   for   the   reader   to   take   the   time   to   view   The Allias   Effect   The   Iasoberg   Model    The   Future   presentation   and   read the   paper   on   the   Papua   New   Guinea   and   Western   South   American Terrestrial     Gravitational    Anomaly     Plane     to     gain     a     reasonable understanding   of   the   Allais   Effect    and   the   Iasoberg   Model .      Click   on these links in blue to these two documents .
In Depth Discussion of Model
Sequential Hourly Output of Iasoberg Model