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The Chicken or the Egg?

November 16, 2012

Portrait of “Cosette” by Émile Bayard, from the original edition of Les Misérables (1862).

Live Oaks, Florida received the full enchilada in June 2012.  Tropical Storm Debbie, a fierce tropical storm turned from its predicted course towards Texas and made a bee line for North Florida and the town of Live Oaks.

Starting on June 24, Debby produced torrential rainfall throughout the state of Florida, resulting in significant flooding, especially in Central and North Florida. In some areas of North Florida, more than 20 inches (510 mm) of precipitation was recorded. The outerbands of Debby also resulted in a tornado outbreak, with a total of 25 tornadoes spawned by June 26.

Her gifts to Live Oaks included massive flooding, multiple tornadoes spawned, massive damage to the infrastructure and …multiple massive sinkholes opened up.  Coincidence? Which came first, the sinkholes or the Storm?

Sometimes I believe it is hard to tell.  The orbiting particle(s) may weaken the Earth through beta decay but it is not until the storm shows up bringing massive rains that the bottom falls out.  I have shown many instances where the sinkhole opens up months before the storm arrives.  Depending upon the particle, the beta decay can be very gradual over the period of days, weeks or months.

Another observation is becoming more obvious to me.  It appears that the closed string particle orbits of hurricanes are interacting with other particle orbits as was seen before Sandy.  If orbiting Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) are Majorana particles then colliding WIMPs self-annihilate.

 I believe some of this can be seen from the MIMIC Microwave Imagery as shown for a couple of Hurricanes below. Am I just seeing things?  Maybe.  You decide.

 

From → Geophysics

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