posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 03:16 PM
Small life forms though they may be, there are certainly alot of them, from what this report has uncovered. It seems to me that alongside any other
questions this may raise, one stands proud. How does the presence of clouds of microorganisms, effect the electrical interaction between the Earth and
As we know, the traditional understanding of lightning formation goes roughly thusly. When there is a significant build up of electrons in high
cloud, and a shortage of the same in the lower cloud, the energy is released downward toward the lower section. This build up is caused by particles
of dirt, ice, and other small particles, moving against each other causing friction, which has the effect of causing the electrostatic beginnings of
lightning, or at least, thats how I was taught that it happens....
Now, it seems that there must be something missing from our understanding of the way that this electrical accounting system works. The troposphere is
often associated with the birth of our weather, because the conditions that cause rain, wind, snow and so on, are those which can be found in that
region of the sky. If this region is also carrying clouds of tiny organisms, then thier presence must affect things like lightning. Life forms, from
you and I, to very small things, carry bioelectrical signals. In our bodies, the pathways are laid down, throughout the vast and complex circuits that
make up even our smallest cluster of nerves, but though small, even a microbe contains electrical interactions, vital to its existence.
Add that to the equation which produces lightning... What do you think? Am I just tripping? Should I have had more than two hours sleep before work