The Predictive Value of the  Model

David   Imy   (30+   years   of   forecasting   experience) Weather   Consultant   at   OKWeatherPro:   “Ed's   years of   work   on   relating   the   correlation   between   the sun,    moon,    galactic    center    and    weather    is extremely     promising     for     forecasting     severe weather   events   months   in   advance,   especially   for hail.   He   is   currently   examining   the   potential   for forecasting   tornado   outbreaks   months   ahead   and if    he    can    find    a    correlation,    this    would    be extremely   useful   in   helping   residents   to   prepares well before the event occurs.” We     are     currently     doing     research     regarding correlation   between   the   output   of   the   Iasoberg Model    with    the    US    government    study    on   Total Electron    Content    (TEC).    According    to    Space Weather   Prediction   Center:   “The   Total   Electron Content   (TEC)   is   the   total   number   of   electrons present   along   a   path   between   a   radio   transmitter and   receiver.   Radio   waves   are   affected   by   the presence   of   electrons.   The   more   electrons   in   the path   of   the   radio   wave,   the   more   the   radio   signal will     be     affected.     For     ground     to     satellite communication   and   satellite   navigation,   TEC   is   a good    parameter    to    monitor    for    possible    space weather   impacts.   The   change   in   the   path   and velocity   of   radio   waves   in   the   ionosphere   has   a big   impact   on   the   accuracy   of   satellite   navigation systems   such   as   GPS*.   Neglecting   changes   in   the ionosphere   TEC   can   introduce   tens   of   meters   of error   in   the   position   calculations.”   (More   info   at:                                                                    w - electron-content ).    Should    the    Iasoberg    Model show   strong   correlation   with   the   TEC   data,   we should   be   able   to   predict   variations   in   the   TEC phenomena   that   would   aid   in   the   development   of more       accurate       positioning       data       (GPS).                                                          *Global Positioning System In    addition,    preliminary    investigation    has    been completed   on   the   correlation   of   the   output   of   the Iasoberg   Model   and   data   re:   Clear   Air   Turbulence (CAT).    “CAT    is    the    turbulent    movement    of    air masses   in   the   absence   of   any   visual   clues   such   as clouds,   and   is   caused   when   bodies   of   air   moving at   widely   different   speeds   meet.”   Although   at present,   “CAT   can   be   hazardous   to   the   comfort, but   rarely   the   safety,   of   air   travelers…   CAT   in   the jet   stream   is   expected   to   become   stronger   and more   frequent   because   of   climate   change,   with transatlantic   wintertime   CAT   increasing   by   59% (light),   94%   (moderate),   and   149%   (severe)   by   the time    of    CO2    doubling.”    (More    information    at: - air_turbulence ).      Should   CAT   and   the   output   of the       Iasoberg       Model       demonstrate       strong correlation,   our   model   would   provide   invaluable information to the air transport industry.

The Allias Effect

The    the    irregular    and    unusual    behavior        of pendulums      or      *gravimeters,      observed      in experiments   conducted   during   solar   eclipses   was first   observed   by   Professor   Maurice   Allais   in   an experiment    using    a    pendulum    in    the    June    30, 1954   solar   eclipse.      It   was   consequently   dubbed “The      Allais   Effect.”   His   observations   have   been repeated      in      other      eclipses      since      then. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allais_effect ). The     Allais     Effect     is     a     minute     unexplained influence   that      has   been   observed   during   recent eclipses,    over    the    last    55    years.    In    certain scientific   circles,   this   influence   is      believed   to   be an undefined component of gravity.  More info at: Should      the      Laws      of      Gravitation      be Reconsidered? The   Scientific   Legacy   of   Maurice Allais   –   ed. H Munera

Trace of Pendulum Azimuth

from Prof Allais’ Experiment  - 1954 Paris “In    the    present    status    of    the    discussion,    the      abnormalities   observed   can   be   accounted   for   only by    considering    the    existence    of    a    new    field    namely,      by      envisioning      the      existence      of complementary     terms     which     until     now     had remained   unnoticed.”   (Allais,   1959;   reconfirmed, 1998).

Professor Maurice Allais

[T. Goodey Web Site excerpt: www.allais.info ] Maurice   Allais   is   one   of   the   most   brilliant   spirits of   our   time.   Being   at   the   same   time   physicist   and economist,   he   succeeded   in   printing   his   mark   in these   two   disciplines   and      he   is   the   only   French economist   to   have   obtained   the   Nobel   Prize   of Economic   Sciences   in   1988.As   well   in   Physics   as   in Economics,   he   passed   his   life   to      seek   the   unusual one,   the   exceptional   one   and   to   rectify      what there   could   be   wrong   in   the   generally   accepted ideas.    Besides    gravitation,    scientific    work    of Maurice    Allais    relates    to    the    field        of    the gravitation,    the    velocity    of    the    light    and    the anisotropy (directional nature) of space.          

What is an Iasoberg?

The   scientific   term   iasoberg™   was   coined   to   describe regions   in,   on,   and   near   the   Earth   where   a   very   small force   exists,   the   Allais   Effect,   that   is   unexplained   by the   current   theory   of   gravity.      The   term   also   applies to   a   graphic   representation   of   these   regions   on   the surface of the Earth at a particular instant. The   Iasoberg   Model   was   then   developed   to   define the   locations   of   the   Allais   Effect.      These   regions   are shown    as    bands    and    lines    (axis)    on    the    Earth’s surface,     typically     defined     and     displayed     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 graphics    that    represent    these    regions    display    the deformed   fields,   which   are   focused   at   3   mass   points of   interest   of   the   Earth-Moon   system   (the   barycenter, anti-barycenter   and   mass   center   of   the   Earth)   which, due   to   the   system’s   relative   masses,   lie   inside   the Earth.      In   the   case   of   the   Sun   and   solar   system,   the barycenter   of   the   Solar   System   wanders   within   and near    the    Sun,    depending    on    the    motion    of    the planets around the Sun.

The Development of the Iasoberg Model

The   development   of   the   hypothetical   Iasoberg   Model began   with   an   analysis   of   the   data   from   Allais’   and Saxl   and Allen’s   pendulum   experiments.   This   analysis found   variations   to   conventional   gravitational   fields. The     model     describes     the     distortion     of     the gravitational    forces    (solar    and    galactic)    at    the *barycenter    of   the   Earth/Moon   System,   resulting   in the     distortion     of     their     respective     gravitational intersections    in,    on        and    near    the    Earth.    An understanding     of     this     phenomenon     begins     with understanding    that    the    earth    does    not    revolve around   the   sun,   nor   does   the   moon   revolve   around the    earth.    A    definition    of    a    barycenter    and    the answer   to   why   what   we   were   taught   in   grammar school     no     longer     applies,     can     be     found     at * Barycenter 101 . 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 was    developed    via    a    computer    program    which modeled   these   distortions   in   orbits   and   gravities,   in particular    those    forces    that    intersect    the    Earth’s surface.    The    model    generates    these    regions    for display   on   the   Earth’s   surface   very   accurately   for   any instant       between       2500BC       and       2500AD.      At iasoberg.com   we   use   modern      mapping   applications and   the   output   of   these   programs   to   illustrate   the locations   and   timing   of   these   distortions,   which   in turn   are   used   to   analyze   the   observations   of   various geophysical   events.   Please   visit   our   * Barycenter   101 page   to   learn   more   about   this   concept,   as   well   as   the pages   linked   to   the   buttons   below,   dependent   upon how technical you want to get.
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Iasoberg as seen on Google Earth

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   three   solar   linked   iasobergs   are   shown   with   red dots   and   vertical   lines   on   various   maps   and   charts.     The    three    bands    of    dark    red    dots    indicate    the iasoberg     focused     at     the     Earth     Moon     System barycenter styled the Solar Fundamental Iasoberg. The    three    bands    of    vertical    lines    indicate    the iasoberg   focused   at   the   center   of   the   Earth   styled the   Earth   Centric   Solar   Iasoberg.   The   three   bands of   light   red   dots   indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at the   anti   barycenter   styled   the   Solar   Mirror   Image Iasoberg.      The      galactic/green      iasobergs      are configured     and     styled     similarly     as     the     solar iasobergs,   except   they   are   linked   to   the   center   of the galaxy.
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Prediction?

David   Imy   (30+   years   of   forecasting   experience) Weather     Consultant     at     OKWeatherPro:     “Ed's years     of     work     on     relating     the     correlation between    the    sun,    moon,    galactic    center    and weather   is   extremely   promising   for   forecasting severe    weather    events    months    in    advance, especially   for   hail.   He   is   currently   examining   the potential     for     forecasting     tornado     outbreaks months   ahead   and   if   he   can   find   a   correlation, this    would    be    extremely    useful    in    helping residents    to    prepares    well    before    the    event occurs.” We     are     currently     doing     research     regarding correlation   between   the   output   of   the   Iasoberg Model   with   the   US   government   study   on   Total Electron    Content    (TEC).    According    to    Space Weather   Prediction   Center:   “The   Total   Electron Content   (TEC)   is   the   total   number   of   electrons present     along     a     path     between     a     radio transmitter     and     receiver.     Radio     waves     are affected   by   the   presence   of   electrons.   The   more electrons    in    the    path    of    the    radio    wave,    the more    the    radio    signal    will    be    affected.    For ground   to   satellite   communication   and   satellite navigation,   TEC   is   a   good   parameter   to   monitor for   possible   space   weather   impacts.   The   change in   the   path   and   velocity   of   radio   waves   in   the ionosphere   has   a   big   impact   on   the   accuracy   of satellite   navigation   systems   such   as   GPS   (Global Positioning   System).   Neglecting   changes   in   the ionosphere   TEC   can   introduce   tens   of   meters   of error        in        the        position        calculations.”                w - electron-content     2017).    Should    the    Iasoberg Model    show    strong    correlation    with    the    TEC data,   we   should   be   able   to   predict   variations   in the    TEC    phenomena    that    would    aid    in    the development   of   more   accurate   positioning   data (GPS).         In   addition,   preliminary   investigation   has   been completed   on   the   correlation   of   the   output   of the   Iasoberg   Model   and   data   re:   CAT   (Clear   Air Turbulence).   “CAT   is   the   turbulent   movement   of air   masses   in   the   absence   of   any   visual   clues such   as   clouds,   and   is   caused   when   bodies   of   air moving     at     widely     different     speeds     meet.” Although   at   present,   “CAT   can   be   hazardous   to the    comfort,    but    rarely    the    safety,    of    air travelers…   CAT   in   the   jet   stream   is   expected   to become   stronger   and   more   frequent   because   of climate    change,    with    transatlantic    wintertime CAT   increasing   by   59%   (light),   94%   (moderate), and   149%   (severe)   by   the   time   of   CO2   doubling.” - air_turbulence     2017).        Should    CAT    and    the output   of   the   Iasoberg   Model   demonstrate   strong correlation,   our   model   would   provide   invaluable information to the air transport industry.

The Allias Effect

The    the    irregular    and    unusual    behavior        of pendulums      or      *gravimeters,      observed      in experiments   conducted   during   solar   eclipses   was first   observed   by   Professor   Maurice   Allais   in   an experiment   using   a   pendulum   in   the   June   30, 1954   solar   eclipse.      It   was   consequently   dubbed “The      Allais   Effect.”   His   observations   have   been repeated      in      other      eclipses      since      then. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allais_effect ). The    Allais     Effect     is     a     minute     unexplained influence   that      has   been   observed   during   recent eclipses,    over    the    last    55    years.    In    certain scientific   circles,   this   influence   is      believed   to   be an undefined component of gravity.  More info at: Should the Laws of Gravitation be Reconsidered? The   Scientific   Legacy   of   Maurice   Allais   –   ed.   H Munera Trace of Pendulum Azimuth from Prof Allais’ Experiment  - 1954 Paris “In    the    present    status    of    the    discussion,    the      abnormalities    observed    can    be    accounted    for only   by   considering   the   existence   of   a   new   field   namely,     by     envisioning     the     existence     of complementary    terms    which    until    now    had remained       unnoticed”       Allais,       1959       and         reconfirmed in 1998.

Professor Maurice Allais

[T. Goodey Web Site excerpt: www.allais.info] Maurice   Allais   is   one   of   the   most   brilliant   spirits of   our   time.   Being   at   the   same   time   physicist and    economist,    he    succeeded    in    printing    his mark   in   these   two   disciplines   and      he   is   the   only French   economist   to   have   obtained   the   Nobel Prize   of   Economic   Sciences   in   1988.As   well   in Physics   as   in   Economics,   he   passed   his   life   to     seek   the   unusual   one,   the   exceptional   one   and to   rectify      what   there   could   be   wrong   in   the generally    accepted    ideas.    Besides    gravitation, scientific   work   of   Maurice   Allais   relates   to   the field      of   the   gravitation,   the   velocity   of   the   light and the anisotropy (directional nature) of space.

What is an Iasoberg?

The    scientific    term    iasoberg™    was    coined    to describe    regions    in,    on,    and    near    the    Earth where    a    very    small    force    exists,    the    Allais Effect,   that   is   unexplained   by   the   current   theory of   gravity.      The   term   also   applies   to   a   graphic representation   of   these   regions   on   the   surface   of the Earth at a particular instant. The    Iasoberg    Model    was    then    developed    to define   the   locations   of   the   Allais   Effect.      These regions   are   shown   as   bands   and   lines   (axis)   on the     Earth’s     surface,     typically     defined     and displayed    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 graphics   that   represent   these   regions   display   the deformed   fields,   which   are   focused   at   3   mass points   of   interest   of   the   Earth-Moon   system   (the barycenter,   anti-barycenter   and   mass   center   of the   Earth)   which,   due   to   the   system’s   relative masses,   lie   inside   the   Earth.      In   the   case   of   the Sun    and    solar    system,    the    barycenter    of    the Solar   System   wanders   within   and   near   the   Sun, depending   on   the   motion   of   the   planets   around the Sun.

The Development of the Iasoberg Model

The   development   of   the   hypothetical   Iasoberg Model   began   with   an   analysis   of   the   data   from Allais’      and      Saxl      and      Allen’s      pendulum experiments.   This   analysis   found   variations   to conventional    gravitational    fields.    The    model describes    the    distortion    of    the    gravitational forces   (solar   and   galactic)   at   the   *barycenter    of the     Earth/Moon     System,     resulting     in     the distortion     of     their     respective     gravitational intersections    in,    on        and    near    the    Earth.   An understanding   of   this   phenomenon   begins   with understanding   that   the   earth   does   not   revolve around    the    sun,    nor    does    the    moon    revolve around   the   earth.   A   definition   of   a   barycenter and   the   answer   to   why   what   we   were   taught   in grammar   school   no   longer   applies,   can   be   found at * Barycenter 101 . 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   was   developed   via   a   computer program    which    modeled    these    distortions    in orbits   and   gravities,   in   particular   those   forces that   intersect   the   Earth’s   surface.   The   model generates    these    regions    for    display    on    the Earth’s   surface   very   accurately   for   any   instant between   2500BC   and   2500AD.   At   iasoberg.com we   use   modern      mapping   applications   and   the output    of    these    programs    to    illustrate    the locations   and   timing   of   these   distortions,   which in   turn   are   used   to   analyze   the   observations   of various    geophysical    events.    Please    visit    our * Barycenter   101   page   to   learn   more   about   this concept,    as    well    as    the    pages    linked    to    the buttons   below,   dependent   upon   how   technical you want to get.
Advanced Theory Basics of  Model More on Predictive Value The Iasoberg Model Finding Predictability in Earth’s Cataclysms
© iasoberg.com 2013
Prof Allais Experiment Iasoberg on Google Earth Why Subscribe?
The   three   solar   linked   iasobergs   are   shown   with red   dots   and   vertical   lines   on   various   maps   and charts.        The    three    bands    of    dark    red    dots indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   Earth   Moon System   barycenter   styled   the   Solar   Fundamental Iasoberg.    The    three    bands    of    vertical    lines indicate   the   iasoberg   focused   at   the   center   of the     Earth     styled     the     Earth     Centric     Solar Iasoberg.    The    three    bands    of    light    red    dots indicate     the     iasoberg     focused     at     the     anti barycenter     styled     the     Solar     Mirror     Image Iasoberg.     The     galactic/green     iasobergs     are configured    and    styled    similarly    as    the    solar iasobergs,   except   they   are   linked   to   the   center of the galaxy.
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Iasoberg as seen on Google Earth