Discovering the Weather Connection

"Whether the weather be cold or whether the weather be hot, we'll weather the weather, whatever the weather, whether we like it or not," (unknown)




Having studied lost technologies for decades, I came to realise the 45,000+ ancient pyramids on record might all be linked by the sophisticated use of sunlight and other forms of beamed energy. Whilst the sun and solar energy were clearly the developmental base of the technology, the widespread use of mica at Teotihuacan presented a very strong case for the ancient use of microwaves. Lasers and xrays also remained as theoretical possibilities but evidence of their use was far less well defined. However, I initially had no proven basis for defining how the energy might have been used.

The development in 1997 of NASA's Lightcraft project provided the proof I needed that beamed energy could indeed be used to power an aircraft. The tests provided the base I needed but also indicated that some major factor was still missing. Whilst nominally successful, it was clear that laser's used far too much energy by at least an order of magnitude, both in energy propagation and in it's conversion to thrust at the craft. The final chapter in the reconstruction turned out to involve how the energy was used at the craft to produce the desired effects.

Recognising that the natural phenomena seen in storms might hold the key, I began investigating the many vortex phenomena that combine in various ways to drive our weather. The development of a new hypothesis on how the weather worked led me finally to the recovery of an entire lost technology not seen on earth for 700 years. The technology is based entirely upon the replication and harnessing of natural atmospheric phenomena for a wide range of differnt applications and is arguably the most significant discovery in the modern era, bar none. To top

Discovering the Weather Connection

Solar energy, water and water vapour combine in various ways to power our climate and its weather.  The  expansion and contraction essential to any mechanical energy cycle are provided in our weather by the phase-change reactions of water, primarily at the vapour/water phase-change barrier.

As it vaporises and condenses water expands and contracts by a factor of 1700:1. one of the highest phase-change ractions in Nature (exceeded only by amonia). As a litre of water converts to 1700 litres of vapour air it makes the air containing it much lighter than the dry air found in the Stratosphere. As the vapour recondenses and contraction occurs, the falling raindrops drag down the surrounding air. Depending upon circumstance, I was soon to realise the two effects might act quite differently in the many different types of storm.

This new technolgy opens up the potential to harness unlimited energy, to climate control in all its many forms and to an entirely new and clean type of VTOL aircraft of vitually unlimited capacity that harnesses the incredible lift capability of a tornado.

Solar heating causes direct evaporation from water that increases exponentially should the wind's speed or the temperature rise significantly. Sublimation from snow or ice is also significant but is actually more important by default since open Arctic waters release 20x more vapour than is released by sublimation from a similar area of ice-bound sea. To top

Global warming is credited with creating an increasing area of open water in the Arctic Ocean in summer but these open waters also release far more vapour than an equal area of ice and snow and so become a major factor in causing major blizzards across the northern hemisphere in autumn and early winter before the sea finally freezes over. The significance of these effects on global circulation and on global warming is still debated but the basic elements are essentially beyond dispute.

As solar heating warms the ocean, vapour is driven from the surface. Being far lighter than the surrounding air, the vapour content makes the air mass near the surface ever more unstable until such time the vapour-laden air starts rising by convection. This convective lifting may occur as isolated bubbles or along the whole frontal conjunction of two air masses, most especially if they have strongly dissimilar properties. To top

Convective lifting causes mixing and creates two kinds of vortex and these vortexes are the main drivers of global weather. The simple linear vortex converts an energy potential into demonstrated power as seen in a roll cloud or a tornado. Although there is no simple way to control or harness them, linear vortexes absorb massive amounts of energy in those enormously powerful, energetic phenomena  mainly recognised as tornados and squalls.

However, the Horizontal Ring Vortex or HRV is different. It is by far the most significant phenomena responsible for amplifying the available energy differentials within the atmosphere in a relatively stable manner. 'Normal' HRVs (NRVs) most commonly occur when an isolated bubble of warm air rises from the ground or the sea on a warm summer’s day.  To top

Initially extremely stable, an NRV absorbs energy and builds up wind speeds and pressure differentials within an isolated storm cell. In the most  extreme circumstance it produces a ‘Supercell’ tornado, the most massive and dangerous of all storms.  The far more common ‘series’ tornado, is created from the breakup of a linear vortex, usually along the face of a moving frontal system in places like the central states of the USA.  Although forming in almost identical conditions the series tornado generally involves a roll cloud rather than a ring vortex and is generally far less powerful and of far shorter duration.  To top

However, when HRV’s break up, as they eventually must, they generally do so as two counter-rotating linear vortexes that then release their energy as tornados, squalls and micro-bursts. They also collide with other vortexes and combine to produce any number of chaotic combinations all ultimately derived from energy initially developed by convection and/or the HRV phenomena. To top

Both vortex types can generate storm activity and they commonly interact, exchanging energy and/or converting from one type to the other with quite remarkable speed, depending upon circumstances. Despite this, individually the various types otherwise demonstrate quite remarkably different properties and are otherwise totally dissimilar as can readily be demonstrated with quite simple experiments.

The horizontal ring vortex (HRV) is undoubtedly the primary energy amplifier and generator and can form or be created either the 'normal' way up or 'inverted'.  As warm convective air rises it does so as a bubble and forms a conventional or normal vortex ring (NRV). Far more rarely, an HRV can be formed by an inial burct of extremely cold air descending within a much larger storm or stormbank and when this happens it forms a vortex with warm convective air rising external to the vortex core.

This inverted, externally driven, IRV phenomena is only immediately apparent in Nature within the eye of a cyclone. However it is also experienced in the windshear events of microbursts associated with storm activity that can be totally deadly to any aircraft at low altitude. To top

Ultimately these IRVs can be sustained  by a outer circle of warm air carried upwards as a part of a closed ring of encircling storms. They then form a part of the rotational cycle we recognise as the eye of a cyclone. Significantly, this process gives a cyclone two additional source of energy unique to this type of storm. The first comes from the vapour driven from the surfce of the sea. The second is a previously little recognised source of energy only made available within a cyclone's eye by the adiabatic heating of dry air drawn down from the Stratosphere, (ie from above the Tropopause) into the eye of the storm. [The Tropopause is the dividing layer between the nominally ‘inactive’ layer of the Stratosphere above and the so-called ‘active’ layer below, known as the Troposphere].

Individually, the two HRV’s (the IRV and the NRV) are possibly the least appreciated but most remarkably significant phenomena as regards both our weather and (arguably) the future of civilisation as we know it. To top

A Much Delayed Discovery

I believe I have uncovered the legendary 'secret knowledge' of the Ancients, locked away in the very design and physical detail of the Great Pyramid of Giza for 4000 years. As a repository of knowledge, the Great Pyramid displays it in a way that allowed the detail to be recovered by anyone who was sufficiently aware and had some very basic knowledge of physics and mathematics.

The recovery of this technology would undoubtedly have been made far sooner but for some earthquakes and some rather misplaced academic isolationism. To top

1. The smooth outer casing of the pyramid was stripped off in the 14th century to rebuild Cairo after a major earthquake*. It seems the artificial (geopolymer) stone of the pyramid’s casing was far better quality than anything available locally and was obviously readily available. The removal of the stone almost totally destroyed the unique feature of the Great Pyramid that was also the most significant key to solving the whole mystery. It's smoothly polished outer shell.(* The same earthquake is probably responsible for the final destruction of th Pharos Lighthouse, another key piece of the puzzle).

2. When the data revealing the pyramid’s extraordinary precision was finally recognised in the late 19th century,  another unfortunate series of events saw the data essentially buried for a further 100 years. Had the pyramid still had its original sheathing and/or had the data about it been more widely published it would almost certainly have alerted mathematicians and scientists to the deeper purpose of the structure. (see also The Greatest Fraud in History - or merely misdirection?)  To top

Ever-expanding Horizons

Piecing together the many aspects of vortex technology especially as it relates to our past, has only became possible with the eclectic explosion of data available on the World Wide Web.

Now, as the pieces come together from all around the world, the picture emerging shows ever-more connections between what we now know in science and the previously enigmatic data from our past, providing an ever increasing feedback cycle and a rapid acceleration of connected knowledge that now covers and provides solutions for many of the enigmatic mysteries of our past. Proving out the evidence with practical testing has only served to expand the fields of discovery ever further. To top

Although still entirely relevant, my early discoveries of the ancient use of beamed energy technology has recently paled before the more urgent and immediate findings relating to global warming and  the very real possibility now, of developing climate control technology and the opening up of a totally new and unlimited souce of clean energy.

By persistently pecking away at the trail of one lost technology I've uncovered a number of other, previously lost technologies far beyond anything I'd even dreamt of. These discoveries have the potential to completely change our understanding of both our past and our future. And whilst all of this knowledge ties back directly to the technology of the pyramids and the Great Pyramid in particular it could also be said to cover almost every facet of our human past.

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