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Magnetic Memory of the Atmosphere

Professor Yuri Tkatchenko

With the long-term operation of the ( ION ) Weather Generator, each metal object within the city where the Weather Generator operates, receives a strong static electric charge. Which is enough to magnetise any metallic object. This can be cars, construction equipment’s, sites and even buildings with metal fixtures inside the concrete. This results the city including all its metal objects to act/work as a single huge generator. It is not important that it's not IONs, these are magnetic fields which is essentially an anomaly In the area! The new magnetic territory is the matrix that carries the memory and enormous energy of its own kind.

This kind of energy generating continuous even after switching OFF the ( ION ) Weather Generator, the magnetic memory in the metal lasts long enough to maintain their properties of being a lighthouse for the front air flow.

We can take as an example Dubai city, where the ( ION ) Weather Generator has been operating for years, we have switched off the station, but we can still see through radars and satellite images active cloudiness, specifically over the operating zone. This type of cloud activity depending on the power of the generator can have a diameter of tens sometimes hundreds of kilometres.

In the cases when the Weather Generators is switched OFF (current case 25 February 2019 at 12:30 PM) we will not be able to observe any active precipitation, formation of TORCH of Rain, as it could be observed when Weather Generator was switched ON.

Air masses - a moving part of the troposphere, are different from each other in temperature and humidity. Air masses can be marine and continental.

Marine air masses are formed over the oceans. They are more humid than continental, that are formed over land.

Different climatic zones of the Earth form their own air masses: Equatorial, tropical, temperate, Arctic and Antarctic. Moving air masses long retain their properties and therefore determine the weather of the places where they come.

Atmospheric front

Air masses are constantly moving, changing their properties (transforming), but between them there are quite sharp boundaries — transition zones with a width of several tens of kilometres. These boundary zones are called atmospheric fronts and are characterised by an unstable state of temperature, pressure, air humidity, wind direction and speed.

The intersection of such a front with the earth's surface is called the atmospheric front line.

With the passage of the atmospheric front through any area above it, the air masses change and, consequently, so does the weather.

Temperate latitudes are characterised by frontal precipitation. In the zone of atmospheric fronts there are extensive cloud formations stretching thousands of kilometres which precipitates. How do they occur?

The atmospheric front can be considered as the boundary of two air masses, which is inclined to the earth's surface at a very small angle. The cold air mass is next to the warm air mass and above them is an inversion layer, the warm air raises upwards and begin to equal the differential temperature layers, approaching the saturation state, clouds form at this instant and when they are fully saturated rain precipitates.

Most of the heat (up to 47%) enters the atmosphere as a result of condensation of water vapour. The condensation process takes place on charged condensation nuclei even at a relative humidity of less than 100%. Between the earth's surface and the ionosphere, there is an electric potential difference, under the influence of which a vertical conduction current flows in the atmosphere. The density of the vertical conduction current (water vapour condensation intensity) in a limited column of the atmosphere can be changed by placing a volumetric electric charge in the limited surface layer.

28 February 2019 at 14:00 PM photo taken from Balcony of Tiara Building Palm

cloudiness and dusty air

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