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.”

The Allias 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.  

The  

 

Allais  

effect  

is  

seen

in   

the   

irregular   

and   

unusual   

behavior   

   

of   

pendulums   

or

*gravimeters,   

observed   

in   

experiments   

conducted   

solar

eclipses.  

The  

effect  

was  

first  

reported  

as  

an  

unexpected

precession  

of  

the  

plane  

of  

oscillation  

(that  

is,  

in  

the  

  

track)

of  

a  

pendulum  

for  

the  

solar  

eclipse  

of  

June  

30,  

  

1954  

by

Maurice  

Allais,  

a  

French  

polymath  

(“someone  

  

who  

knows  

a

lot   

about   

many   

different   

things,”   

Merriam-Webster)   

who

went  

on  

to  

win  

the  

Nobel  

Prize  

in  

  

Economics.  

He  

made  

and

reported  

another  

observation  

of  

the  

effect  

during  

the  

solar

eclipse  

of  

October  

2,  

1959.  

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 (click on image below to enlarge) “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

[Excerpt from T Goodey Web Site 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 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  

which  

led  

to  

a  

the  

conceptualization

of  

variations  

to  

conventional  

gravitational  

fields  

that  

form  

the

basis  

  

of  

the  

model.  

The  

model  

describes  

the  

distortion  

of  

the

gravitational     

potentials     

(solar     

and     

galactic)     

at     

the

**barycenter   

of   

the   

Earth/Moon   

System,   

resulting   

in   

the

distortion  

of  

their  

respective  

gravitational  

vectors  

in,  

on  

  

and

near  

the  

Earth.  

  

Computer  

programs  

were  

developed  

to  

model

these   

   

distortions,   

in   

particular   

those   

that   

intersect   

the

Earth’s  

surface.  

  

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   

various   

geophysical

events.**  

Please  

visit  

our  

Barycenter  

101  

page  

to  

learn  

more

about this concept.

**   Please   visit   our   B arycenter   101   page   to   learn   more   about this concept.

What is an 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   four   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,   two 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   four.   The lines   were   further   developed   into   3   bands   for   each   iasoberg. The   three   band   iasoberg   was   developed   as   an   exploratory representation   of   the   observations   recorded   in   the   Saxl   and Allen    experiment    (1970)    and    the    three    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   three   solar   linked   iasoberg   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.
Advanced Basics of Iasoberg 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 Order an Iasoberg? Iasoberg on Google Earth
Sobands   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. Google Earth with Iasoberg Overlay on left

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.”

The Allias 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.  

The  

 

Allais  

effect  

is  

seen  

in  

the  

irregular  

and

unusual   

behavior   

   

of   

pendulums   

or   

*gravimeters,   

observed   

in

experiments  

conducted  

solar  

eclipses.

The  

effect  

was  

first  

reported

as  

an  

unexpected  

precession  

of  

the  

plane  

of  

oscillation  

(that  

is,  

in

the  

  

track)  

of  

a  

pendulum  

for  

the  

solar  

eclipse  

of  

June  

30,  

  

1954  

by

Maurice  

Allais,  

a  

French  

polymath  

(“someone  

  

who  

knows  

a  

lot

about  

many  

different  

things,”  

Merriam-Webster)  

who  

went  

on  

to

win  

the  

Nobel  

Prize  

in  

  

Economics.  

He  

made  

and  

reported  

another

observation  

of  

the  

effect  

during  

the  

solar  

eclipse  

of  

October  

2,

1959.  

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 (click on image below to enlarge) “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

[Excerpt from T Goodey Web Site 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 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  

which  

led  

to  

a  

the  

conceptualization  

of  

variations  

to

conventional  

gravitational  

fields  

that  

form  

the  

basis  

  

of  

the  

model.

The  

model  

describes  

the  

distortion  

of  

the  

gravitational  

potentials

(solar  

and  

galactic)  

at  

the  

**barycenter  

of  

the  

Earth/Moon  

System,

resulting  

in  

the  

distortion  

of  

their  

respective  

gravitational  

vectors

in,  

on  

  

and  

near  

the  

Earth.  

  

Computer  

programs  

were  

developed  

to

model   

these   

   

distortions,   

in   

particular   

those   

that   

intersect   

the

Earth’s   

surface.   

   

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  

various  

geophysical  

events.**  

Please  

visit

our Barycenter 101 page to learn more about this concept.

**   Please   visit   our   Barycenter   101   page   to   learn   more   about   this concept.

What is an 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   four   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,   two   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 four.    The    lines    were    further    developed    into    3    bands    for    each iasoberg.   The   three   band   iasoberg   was   developed   as   an   exploratory representation   of   the   observations   recorded   in   the   Saxl   and   Allen experiment   (1970)   and   the   three   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   three   solar   linked   iasoberg   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.
Advanced Basics of Iasoberg 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 Order an Iasoberg?
Sobands   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. Google       Earth       with       Iasoberg Overlay on left
Iasoberg on Google Earth
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