Friday, May 23, 2008

Tornadoes in Southern California - May 22, 2008

Though the tornadoes that appeared today (May 22, 2008) in Riverside County, California, may or may not have been predictable by my theory of tornado formation, such an appearance would not be excessively odd or an aberration to my model. I am curious what other weather researchers would say of these tornadoes in light of the ‘generally accepted’ paradigms to which most researchers seem to credit the formation of tornadoes.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

A question to NASA regarding 'live' video from outer space, or lack thereof, I thought you might like...

I thought you might get a 'kick' out of this question I posed to NASA on its website - regardless of all else and for whatever such might be worth. To date, there has been no response from NASA on the matter.

On March 26, 2008, I wrote to NASA on its website:

As a child I remember often seeing 'live' video feeds from your missions and crafts orbiting in space. Those video feeds, as I recall, often panned the depths of space. I am curious, why are there no longer any 'live' [real time] video feeds showing the recesses of outer space - as opposed to your current-day 'live' video feeds typically showing only the interior of your spacecraft or merely of the earth in the background [or always on some sort of taped-delay]? As an American taxpayer and a US citizen, I ask, is the nation not entitled to see what you see? Please let me know your thoughts on this issue. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

Adam Trotter

Blog entry post-script: Bracketed terms ([...]) were not part of the original note to NASA.

See follow-on entry:
Apollo 11 Videos: Lunar Landing and Lunar ‘First Steps’

Friday, May 2, 2008

Tornado Research / Predictions – A Clarification …..

I must emphasis: Due to the fact that I have been unable to acquire support for my research concerning the prediction of tornadoes in North America (particularly for the Mid-Western portion of the United States), my research only entails ‘snap-shots in time’ of the likelihood of the subsequent formation of tornadoes in other regions of the nation (United States). I have not the means to procure the proper equipment (or afford its housing/laboratory) for continuous monitoring of atmospheric conditions that may reveal the likelihood of the subsequent appearance of tornadoes in other regions of the hemisphere. I estimate that any ‘snap-shot’ that I may ascertain of the atmospheric conditions would likely and subsequently appear in the lower Midwestern United States (or thereabouts) approximately two to three days after my ‘snap-shot’ of the conditions. Of course, since I am speaking of electro-magnetics, such atmospheric conditions could potentially manifest themselves in the interior portions of the nation at the speed of light, in reality. Please pass along your comments as you feel inclined to do so, if you would.

March 30th, 2014.  Follow-on thoughts located at:

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