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: h t t p : / / w w w . s w p c . n o a a . g o v / p h e n o m e n a / t o t a l - 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: h t t p s : / / e n . w i k i p e d i a . o r g / w i k i / C l e a r - 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.
Advanced Theory Basics of Model More on Predictive Value
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The current set of 6 iasobergs 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 solar 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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Iasobergs as seen on Google Earth

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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.” ( h t t p : / / w w w . s w p c . n o a a . g o v / p h e n o m e n a / t o t a l - 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.” ( h t t p s : / / e n . w i k i p e d i a . o r g / w i k i / C l e a r - 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.
Iasoberg on Google Earth
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Iasoberg as seen on Google Earth