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In a Nutshell

The   iasoberg   model   is   currently   being   used   to   identify   and   forecast   severe   weather   activity   in   the continental   US.   The   model   is   currently   undergoing   scientific   validation   (9-year   hail   study)   regarding   days during   a   particular   year   with   the   potential   for   the   occurrence   of   a   large   number   of   hail   events   on particular   days,   during   a   particular   year.      Similarly,   the   output   is   undergoing   validation   (2-year   tornado study)   for   tornado   outbreaks   on   particular   days.   There   has   been   some   success   in   both   endeavors,   leading to   further   refinement   of   the   model.   In   addition,   the   model   has   demonstrated   strong   correlation   with   a number   of   geophysical   phenomena,   including   not   only   earthquakes,   tornadoes   and   other   severe   weather events (such as hail), but also landslides/earth movements and clear air turbulence that affect aircraft.

What use is an iasoberg in my life?

As   a   subscriber   to   the   Iasoberg   Model,   you   would   be   able   to   view   the   output   of   the   model   in   relation   to current   weather   and   various   geophysical   events   (some   of   which   will   be   a   major   event)   in   or   near   your location;   such   observations   also   apply   to   any   instants   past   or   future.   In   addition   to   work   on   forecasting   the potential   for   severe   weather   activity   in   the   continental   USA,   the   model   is   being   used   to   identify   the possible   timing   and   locations   for   7+   earthquakes   based   on   past   8+   earthquakes.   Subscription   would   also provide you with updates in real time. We   are   also   currently   conducting   investigations   into   the   correlation   of   the   output   of   the   model   with   US government   study   on   Total   Electron   Content   (TEC),   the   importance   of   which   is   stressed   by   the   Space Weather   Prediction   Center.   Preliminary   investigation   has   also   been   completed   on   the   correlation   of   the output   of   the   Iasoberg   Model   and   data   re:   Clear Air   Turbulence   (CAT).   The   role   of   CAT   is   benign   at   present, merely   resulting   in   air   passenger   discomfort;   yet   with   the   effects   of   global   warming   increasing   at   an incredible   rate,   CAT   will   become   a   significant   factor   in   air   travel.   The   Iasoberg   Model   could   have   a   major role in predicting travel conditions in the near future.

What exactly are iasobergs - pronounced (ice-o-bergs)?

A   new   word   was   conceived   to   describe   a   very   small   force   that   is   unexplained   by   the   current   theory   of gravity   -   iasoberg.      The   term   is   also   applied   to   a   graphic   representation   of   a   region   on   the   surface   of   the Earth,   where   this   very   small   force   exists   at   a   particular   instant.   The   Iasoberg   Model   defines   this   very   small force   resulting   from   what   has   been   names   the   Allais   Effect   in   regions   in,   on   and   near   the   Earth.      These regions   are   shown   as   bands   and   lines   (axis)   on   the   Earth’s   surface,   typically   defined   and   seen   by   a   mapping application   such   as   Google   Earth.      The   small   change   in   the   known   forces   in   these   regions   is   based   on   the concept   that   the   gravitational   fields   of   the   Sun   and   black   hole   at   the   center   of   our   galaxy   are   deformed,   in a similar manner to a space-time field that is deformed by a massive body in space. The   Allais   Effect   was   first   observed   by   Professor   Maurice   Allais   in   a   experiment   using   a   pendulum   in   June 1954 during a solar eclipse.  His observations have been repeated in other eclipses since then. The   Iasoberg   Model   is   comprised   of   a   number   of   elements   which   include   the   regions   on   the   Earth’s   surface where   the   Solar   and   Galactic   gravitational   fields   are   deformed   at   a   particular   time.      The   model   generates these   regions   for   display   on   the   Earth’s   surface   very   accurately   for   any   instant   between   2500BC   and 2500AD.   Correlating   past   cataclysmic   events   with   the   locations   of   iasobergs   at   that   point   in   time   will   lead to   even   more   precise   prediction   of   future   cataclysmic   event,   thus   giving   rise   to   advanced   warning   systems. The savings in lives and property damage could be astronomical.
The Iasoberg Model
Development of the Iasoberg Model and Impact
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What good is an iasoberg?

The   iasoberg   model   is   currently   being   used   to   identify severe   weather   activity   in   the   continental   USA.   The model    is    currently    undergoing    scientific    validation regarding    days    during    a    particular    year    with    the potential   for   the   occurrence   of   a   large   number   of   hail events    on    particular    days,    over    a    9-year    period.      Similarly,   the   output   is   being   used   to   identify   the potential    for    tornado    outbreaks    on    particular    days during   a   2-year   study.   There   has   been   some   success   in both   endeavors,   leading   to   further   refinement   of   the model.    In    addition,    it    has    demonstrated    strong correlation   with   a   number   of   geophysical   phenomena, including   not   only   earthquakes,   tornadoes   and   other severe    weather    events    (such    as    hail),    but    also landslides,   and   clear   air   turbulence   for   aircraft   as well.

What use is an iasoberg in my life?

As   a   subscriber   to   the   Iasoberg   Model,   you   would   be able   to   view   the   output   of   the   model   in   relation   to current   weather   and   various   geophysical   events   (some of    which    will    be    a    major    event)    in    or    near    your location;   such   observations   also   apply   to   any   instants past   or   future.   In   addition   to   work   on   forecasting   the potential     for     severe     weather     activity     in     the continental   USA,   the   model   is   being   used   to   identify the   possible   timing   and   locations   for   7+   earthquakes based    on    past    8+    earthquakes.    Subscription    would also provide you with updates in real time. We   are   also   currently   conducting   investigations   into the   correlation   of   the   output   of   the   model   with   US government   study   on   Total   Electron   Content   (TEC), the    importance    of    which    is    stressed    by    the    Space Weather   Prediction   Center.   Preliminary   investigation has   also   been   completed   on   the   correlation   of   the output   of   the   Iasoberg   Model   and   data   re:   Clear   Air Turbulence    (CAT).    The    role    of    CAT    is    benign    at present,   merely   resulting   in   air   passenger   discomfort; yet   with   the   effects   of   global   warming   increasing   at an    incredible    rate,    CAT    will    become    a    significant factor   in   air   travel.   The   Iasoberg   Model   could   have   a major   role   in   predicting   travel   conditions   in   the   near future.

What exactly are iasobergs - pronounced (ice-

o-bergs)?

A   new   word   was   conceived   to   describe   a   very   small force   that   is   unexplained   by   the   current   theory   of gravity   -   iasoberg.      The   term   is   also   applied   to   a graphic   representation   of   a   region   on   the   surface   of the   Earth,   where   this   very   small   force   exists   at   a particular    instant.   The    Iasoberg    Model    defines    this very   small   force   resulting   from   what   has   been   names the   Allais   Effect   in   regions   in,   on   and   near   the   Earth.     These   regions   are   shown   as   bands   and   lines   (axis)   on the   Earth’s   surface,   typically   defined   and   seen   by   a mapping   application   such   as   Google   Earth.      The   small change   in   the   known   forces   in   these   regions   is   based on   the   concept   that   the   gravitational   fields   of   the   Sun and    black    hole    at    the    center    of    our    galaxy    are deformed,   in   a   similar   manner   to   a   space-time   field that is deformed by a massive body in space. The    Allais    Effect    was    first    observed    by    Professor Maurice   Allais   in   a   experiment   using   a   pendulum   in June   1954   during   a   solar   eclipse.      His   observations have been repeated in other eclipses since then. The    Iasoberg    Model    is    comprised    of    a    number    of elements   which   include   the   regions   on   the   Earth’s surface    where    the    Solar    and    Galactic    gravitational fields   are   deformed   at   a   particular   time.      The   model generates    these    regions    for    display    on    the    Earth’s surface    very    accurately    for    any    instant    between 2500BC    and    2500AD.    Correlating    past    cataclysmic events   with   the   locations   of   iasobergs   at   that   point   in time   will   lead   to   even   more   precise   prediction   of future   cataclysmic   event,   thus   giving   rise   to   advanced warning   systems.   The   savings   in   lives   and   property damage could be astronomical. Read   on   to   delve   into   the   more   technical   aspects and why you should subscribe .  
Development of the Iasoberg Model and Impact The Iasoberg Model