Wednesday, November 26, 2008

East Coast and West Coast Storms

The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for November 25-27, 2008 foretold of two storm systems. One was to hit the eastern portions of Canada, namely Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, and the other to hit the Pacific Northwest. The forecasts were posted on October 27th, 2008.

The accompanying Weather Channel map for Nov 26, shows a strong low pressure area over the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. The long-range forecast for Nova Scotia and Newfoundland stated Strong storms and high winds are slated to hit these areas now.

The following weather warnings were posted yesterday (Nov 25) by Canada's weather service.

A vigorous frontal trough of low pressure will cross Nova Scotia during the day Wednesday. East to southeasterly winds gusting to 100 km/h from Margaree Harbour to bay st. Lawrence are expected to develop Wednesday afternoon or evening.

This is a warning that potentially hazardous winds are expected or occurring in the Wreckhouse area of southwestern Newfoundland. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated statements.

A low pressure system will develop off Cape Cod early Wednesday and move to lie near Sable Island by evening. Strong southeasterly winds of 90 gusting to 150 km/h will develop in the Wreckhouse area on Wednesday evening ahead of a warm front associated with the low.

As far as the storm system to hit the Pacific Northwest, the Accuweather map at right for Wednesday, Nov 26th shows a low-pressure system hitting southern California. According to Accuweather, Subtropical moisture will continue to be forced northeastward into the Southwestern states on Wednesday as a storm in the upper levels of the atmosphere sits just off the California coast...Mudslides are a concern across parts of California where there has been recent fire, especially over the hilly terrain as there will be little, if any, vegetation to prevent massive erosion.

The forecast, however, called for a storm to hit the Pacific Northwest, not southern California. The Accuweather map at left shows that some rain will affect the Pacific Northwest on the 27th.

December 2008 Forecasts

Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1
August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm
November 2008 Forecasts
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

An astrologer foretold the death of a lady whom Louis XI passionately loved. She did, in fact, die; & the King imagined that the prediction of the astrologer was the cause of it. He sent for the man, intending to have him thrown through the window, as a punishment. "Tell me, thou pretendest to be so clever & learned a man, what thy fate will be?"

The soothsayer, who suspected the intrigues of the King, & knew his foibles, replied: "Sire, I foresee that I shall die three days before your Majesty."

The King believed him, & was careful of the astrologer's life.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

December 2008 Forecasts

The following long-range weather forecasts area based on indications in the seasonal Solar Ingress maps for the fall and winter seasons.

Dec 4-6
Saturn has established residency over the Northeast and New England areas for the fall season. This, coupled along with the Sun-Mars conjunction at the time of the First Quarter Moon promises a major storm system over the aforementioned area of the country. Mercury’s square to Uranus will add cold, and windy conditions to the mix.

Dec 10-13
More cold, and stormy conditions are indicated for the New England area as the Sun and Mars square Uranus, which now occupies the 68th degree of west longitude over Maine and eastern Canada. The Mars-Uranus square is particularly turbulent as it is known for exciting acute and energetic storm systems. The Full Moon on the 13th also squares Saturn, another cold and tempestuous influence. Saturn is over the 66th degree of west longitude through Nova Scotia.

In direct contrast to the cold and stormy conditions over the eastern United States, the Venus-Jupiter parallel affecting the West Coast and Great Basin areas, should bring seasonally warm temperatures to the western U.S.

Dec 15-17
The eastern Plains and Mississippi River Valley will warm under the rays of Mars and Neptune as southerly winds prevail. During cold months, this combination brings thaws and fog.

Winter should be brutally cold over the nation’s midsection due to the presence of Saturn and Uranus in the seasonal map.

Dec 23-26
Mercury’s sextile and trine to Uranus and Saturn, which are paired up over the Great Plains, will bring abruptly falling temperatures courtesy of a northwest wind. At the same time, Mars runs along the length of the East Coast as it aspects Mercury. This duo is known for exciting sudden bursts of whipping winds. This may materialize as the result of a low pressure area or front pushing eastward toward the coast.

Dec 27-30
A strong cold front presses toward the East Coast and moves offshore. Nova Scotia, most likely, will wrestle with stormy conditions.

Dec 31-Jan 02, 2009
The Old Year goes out with Saturn’s retrograde station. This will directly affect the Northern Plains southward through Texas. Saturn’s role as the author of cold and damp conditions will now be felt as a cold Canadian air mass descends southward. If enough moisture is in place, precipitation will result.

Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1

August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm

November 2008 Forecasts

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

For over a century, efforts have been made to explain scientific discoveries by a mid-19th century theory, known as "evolution." It has formed the foundation for many other theories, which also are not founded on scientific facts!

Restating them again, here are the two premises on which the various theories of evolution are based:

1 - This is the evolutionary formula for making a universe:
Nothing + nothing = two elements + time = 92 natural elements + time = all physical laws and a completely structured universe of galaxies, systems, stars, planets, and moons orbiting in perfect balance and order.

2 - This is the evolutionary formula for making life:
Dirt + water + time = living creatures.

Evolutionists theorize that the above two formulas can enable everything about us to make itself—with the exception of man-made things, such as automobiles or buildings. Complicated things, such as wooden boxes with nails in them, require thought, intelligence, and careful workmanship. But everything else about us in nature (such as hummingbirds and the human eye) is declared to be the result of accidental mishaps, random confusion, and time. You will not even need raw materials to begin with. They make themselves too. --Vance Ferrell

Friday, November 14, 2008

November Storm Fulfills Long-range Forecast

The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for Nov 11-13, 2008 was posted on October 27th. The Sun's square to Neptune was quoted as the astronomical factor that would produce a low pressure system in and around Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas as it pushes into the East Central U.S.

As can be seen from the Weather Channel map for November 11th at right, the low pressure is centered over that very area.

On the 11th, up to 4 inches of rain were expected along the Texas coast to Louisiana. One to three inches of snow accumulated over north-central Nebraska to southwestern Minnesota.

The forecast also called for cold but fair conditions over eastern Canada and New England. On the 11th, the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine reported the following:


Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1
August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm
November 2008 Forecasts
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

It is a remarkable fact that the basis of evolutionary theory was destroyed by seven scientific research findings,—before Charles Darwin first published the theory.

Carl Linn (Carolus Linnaeus, 1707-1778) was a scientist who classified immense numbers of living organisms. An earnest Creationist, he clearly saw that there were no halfway species. All plant and animal species were definite categories, separate from one another. Variation was possible within a species, and there were many sub-species. But there were no cross-overs from one species to another.

First Law of Thermodynamics (1847). Heinrich von Helmholtz stated the law of conservation of energy: The sum total of all matter will always remain the same. This law refutes several aspects of evolutionary theory.

Second Law of Thermodynamics (1850). R.J.E. Clausius stated the law of entropy: All systems will tend toward the most mathematically probable state, and eventually become totally random and disorganized In other words, everything runs down, wears out, and goes to pieces. This law totally eliminates the basic evolutionary theory that simple evolves into complex.

Guadeloupe Woman Found (1812). A fully modern human skeleton was found in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe inside an immense slab of limestone, dated by modern geologists at 28 million years old. (More examples could be cited.) Human beings, just like those living today (but sometimes larger), have been found in very deep levels of strata.

Gregor Mendel (1822-1884) His experiments clearly showed that one species could not transmute into another one. A genetic barrier existed that could not be bridged. Mendel’s work laid the basis for modern genetics; and his discoveries effectively destroyed the basis for species evolution

Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) He performed his famous 1861 experiment, in which he disproved the theory of spontaneous generation. Life cannot arise from non-living materials.

August Friedrich Leopold Weismann (1834-1914) was a German biologist who disproved *Lamarck’s notion of "the inheritance of acquired characteristics." He is primarily remembered as the scientist who cut off the tails of 901 young white mice in 19 successive generations, yet each new generation was born with a full-length tail. The final generation, he reported, had tails as long as those originally measured on the first. (Evolutionists still teach that giraffes kept stretching their necks to reach higher branches, so their necks became longer!)

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Plains Blizzard Fulfills Long-range Prediction

The blizzard conditions currently affecting the Plains are a fulfillment of The Weather Alternative's long-range prediction for Nov 4-7, 2008. The forecast was posted on Sept 23rd, 2008. The forecast called for a powerful storm-producing cold front over the Plains that would affect the Mississippi Valley.

Orthodox meteorologists are commenting today that blizzard conditions are affecting the Dakotas with more than 3 feet of snow over the Black Hills of South Dakota. Winds over 60 mph are creating whiteout conditions, closing highways, and knocking out power in the Dakotas and Nebraska. Strong storms hit Oklahoma on Wednesday and were expected to erupt in the lower Mississippi Valley today bringing heavy rain and wind.

The astrometeorological influence of Saturn's opposition to Uranus on Nov 4th is one of the key factors in the storm scenario.

Conventional meteorologists are just now eying a new winter storm that should emerge into the southern Plains on Monday (Nov 10th). This may fulfill another long-range prediction posted on The Weather Alternative on Oct 27, 2008. The forecast calls for a strong low pressure area that will most likely affect the area in and around Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas as it pushes into the East Central U.S. between Nov 11-13, 2008.

Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1
August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm
November 2008 Forecasts
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

"Overwhelming strong proofs of intelligent and benevolent design lie around us."--Lord Kelvin

Monday, November 03, 2008

Recent Forecast Results

The Weather Alternative long-range forecast for October 28-31, 2008 called for possible cold and damp weather over the Rockies and a strong storm system or possible hurricane strike over the Mississippi Valley.

As can be seen from the Weather Channel map for Oct 30th at left, high pressure dominated both the areas in question during the forecast period. No severe weather was reported in either location.

The period of Nov 1-4, 2008 was also pinpointed for severe weather over the Northeast US and eastern Canada. As shown in the Accuweather map at right, a storm system is creeping northward and will arrive over the Northeast by Tuesday, Nov 4th.

Accuweather reports that "The storm will spread rain over the Delmarva on Tuesday, then the rest of the mid-Atlantic Tuesday night into Wednesday."

Canada's weather service reports today that for Newfoundland and Labrador "60 percent chance of showers overnight. Wind southwest 40 km/h gusting to 60."

The forecast also called for possible tropical activity south of Puerto Rico. However, no such activity has been reported.

The last portion of this forecast called for either "hurricane strike over the Baja area or a robust cold front lowering temperatures and producing strong storms throughout the western U.S."

Accuweather reports that since Friday (Oct 31st) storms have been affecting the Pacific Northwest and California. The Accuweather map at left shows the latest storm affecting the region.

Winds will also affect southern California and the Mexican weather service reports strong winds over the southern Baja.

Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1
August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm
November 2008 Forecasts
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

Picture yourself as a stringed instrument. You’re beautiful, cleaned, polished, and ready to be played in an orchestra.

I’m your musician. I come and pick you up—the glorious instrument—and try you out. “Something isn’t right,” I say. “You need to be tuned.” “Oh no,” you think. “Tuning usually means tightening and twisting!” Yes, there is tightening, twisting, and then some testing, and maybe more tightening, twisting, and testing again—but soon melodious sounds flow from you—the instrument—and fill all the hearers with peace, joy, and happiness.

If I had tried to go through the performance without tuning you first, it would have caused you to sound discordant and out of key, and you would have lacked the harmony and peace that a tuned instrument brings. So while the tuning may cause a measure of stretching, pulling, and some pain or difficulty, in time it will bring about the beautiful sounds and harmonious melodies that will move and captivate the audience.

Trust Me, that I know what is best for you. Be happy for this time of tuning, because soon you will bring joy to the hearers.