posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 06:29 PM
reply to post by GareyGaia
I would have to dig it out....just recently moved (yea I know convenient right?) Basically it was done when much of this started. And is based off of
the Jet Stream and the layered flow of such. The computer had a problem predicting a stable course for cloud cover and wind speed due to the
conflicting info it was being asked to crunch. Which is odd because the info was based off of real time conditions pitted against past weather
conditions having been recorded over the course of 50 years. It was a 2 year project for me in compiling info.
The conclusion gave 3 options as due to the sudden change in jet stream pattern it couldn't nail down a specific outcome that was all rose and pretty
over time. All of those conclusions have the potential to be cataclysmic over the course of the next 10-20 years as it matters to food harvest, sea
life, and people in general.
Basically the model eludes to climate warming that is not specifically driven by the earth on its own. What that means is it is taking into account
that outside factors are contributing to the weather patterns and it cannot compute for that....this was 11 months ago.
It also noted what appeared to be a compression of the upper ionosphere over time further shunting the weather patterns into a type of fast moving
compressed state causing more severe weather in broader areas of effect.
At least thats the jest of it....keep in mind the model was not complete in the sense that I have yet to add the last 11 months into it..perhaps if I
do it can be more clear as to a possible outcome that fits a past senerio already inputted. As it stands....right now it doesn't match anything seen
by man in the last 50 years...and is quite extreme.
Again expect it to get worse....then again I don't think we need a model to get the jest of that idea as it stands now.