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The ZetaTalk Newsletter, Issue 137, Sunday, June 14, 2009


Wobble Clouds

Yet another clue as to the existence of the Earth wobble has emerged, this one being examined by meteorologists. We encourage the public to ascertain the Earth wobble and the nearby presence of Planet X by verifying the location of their sunrise and sunset and the position of the Moon four times a month. For this, one must determine geographical N/S and E/W, which is done by looking at a survey or, if one if fortunate to live on roads laid out on a grid, by standing in the street. Get an inexpensive planetarium program such as Skymap with which to check the expected position. The Moon is too far to the north between New and Full, and too far to the south between Full and New. Sunrise and sunset will be too far to the north or south, depending upon your location on Earth, as the wobble takes the form of a figure 8.

The wobble is the cause of our erratic weather since 2003. It is also drawing pictures in the sky, calling attention to itself.

The Cloud with No Name
June 2, 2009

Whipped into fantastical shapes, these clouds hang over the darkening landscape like the harbingers of a mighty storm. But despite their stunning and frequent appearances, the formations have yet to be officially recognised with a name. They have been seen all over Britain in different forms - from Snowdonia to the Scottish Highlands - and in other parts of the world such as New Zealand, but usually break up without producing a storm.

ZetaTalk Comment 6/6/2009: We have mentioned several effects of the Earth wobble, such as jet stream loops and extreme temperature changes. Where in general the atmosphere drags along with the Earth's surface, there is a lag, which is what causes the prevailing westerlies. When the Earth is pulled under an air mass of a different temperature, the air can rise or plunge, the typical scenario of a summer thunderstorm. But what occurs when such an air mass is pulled under another, and they returned to its former position? Instead of a thunderhead forming, the process is aborted, leaving a layer of moisture heavy clouds instead. That this cloud formation has only been seen recently links it to the Earth wobble, which has only been present since 2004.

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