The planetary fields obstruct the solar wind and field lines carried antisunward with the solar wind drape and open circuits with planetary field lines, grounded in their atmospheres around the poles, forming antisunward magnetotails with low deviation from the sunward path and inducing a voltage potential powering sunward tail currents of electrons trapped on draped solar field lines.
CMEs of coronal mass are periodically ejected from solar flares and powered by the repelling force between electrons trapped on electrified solar field lines draping the CME leading edge, and grounded in the solar atmosphere, which explosively extending field lines antisunward when the CME escapes solar gravity.
When a CME intersects the planetary field electrified field lines drape and open circuits with planetary field lines which electrifies planetary field lines and inducing a voltage potential along field lines grounded in the atmosphere inside the auroral ovals powering high amperage sheet currents of CME electrons which electrify sectors of the auroral ovals facing the night sky during geomagnetic storms.
The repelling force between electrons powers horizontal expansion of the electrified air mass away from the poles, pushing back the ambient mid latitude air mass moving west to east and powering extreme weather along the jet stream interface.
CLASS G-2 GEOMAGNETIC STORM APRIL 16-17 2015
The planetary field captures dipole magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating core transforming the angular momentum of core rotation into a vector force which increases the momentum of atmospheric ions in the direction of core rotation and powering the west to east movement of mid latitude weather systems.
SOLAR TSUNAMI AND CME: Sunspot AR3060 exploded during the early hours of July 21st (0110 UT), producing a C5-class solar flare and a solar tsunami. Characteristics of the burst suggested that a CME was tearing through the sun’s atmosphere at a speed of 1063 km/s (2.4 million mph).
FULL HALO CME JULY 21,2022
The CME’s impact sparked a G1-class geomagnetic storm with photographic auroras in the USA as far south as Shenandoah National Park in VirginIa.
GEOMAGNETIC STORM: JULY 23 2022
Thursday’s storm nearly matched in one day the rainfall total for the rest of the year — wild social media videos showed lightning flashing across the sky above the city, cars left stranded in water on the street and water pouring into Caesars Palace from ceiling light fixtures.
FLASH FLOODING IN LAS VEGAS JULY 28 2022
– A line of slow-moving thunderstorms that dumped torrential rain across eastern Kentucky early Thursday is now being blamed for at least 26 deaths as floodwaters damaged hundreds of homes, vehicles, rivers and creeks rose out of their banks.
FLASH FLOODING KENTUCKY JULY 28 2022
CLASS G-2 GEOMAGNETIC STORM APRIL 16-17 2015
The repelling force between electrons charging sectors of the auroral ovals facing the night sky during geomagnetic storms expands the electrified air mass away from the poles, pushing back the ambient mid latitude air mass moving from west to east, powered by dipole magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating core.
When an expanding electrified polar air mass intersects a warm moist mid-latitude air mass the low density electrified air mass overrides the warm moist air mass, cooling and causing water vapor to condense into clouds of ionized (acidic) droplets held apart by the repelling force between their like charges.
The west to east movement of mid latitude weather systems is powered by the ionized rotating planetary core which transforms the angular momentum of core rotation into dipole magnetic moments which are captured by the planetary field and power the movement of like polarity atmospheric ions in the direction of core rotation, composing the high velocity jet streams, of atmospheric atoms ionized by sunlight, and west to east movement of mid latitude cloud formations, of ionized (acidic) cloud droplets.
Coronal mass ejections and extreme UV flashes power extreme weather. Extreme UV flashes ionize the upper atmosphere, inducing a repelling force between atmospheric ions, and rapid expansion around the edge of the ionized air mass. CMEs electrify sectors of the auroral ovals facing the night sky during geomagnetic storms and the repelling force between electrons powers expansion of the electrified air mass away from the poles and extreme weather along the interface with the ambient mid latitude air mass.
Tornadoes begin as anticlockwise ring currents, in rotating storm cells along electrified storm fronts, of ionized cloud droplets which transform angular momentum of ring current rotation into dipole fields along the ring current rotation axis with opposite polarity pole to the planetary field along the rotation axis toward the ground.
Electrified storm fronts charge cloud and ground surfaces with electrons which induce repelling forces between their like charges on the field lines of twin phase electrons which drape cloud and ground surfaces between cycles and electrified clouds float close to the ground and repel ground charge from rain-shadow surfaces inducing a voltage potential attracting cloud electrons to rain-shadow surfaces.
When the repelling force between cloud electrons plus the attractive force between cloud electrons and rain-shadow surfaces exceeds the dielectric resistance of the air leaders develop which ionize a conductive pathway through the atmosphere. When leaders connect the voltage potential between cloud and ground powers a cloud to ground lightning strike.
The primary strike depletes cloud charge, neutralizes the rainshadow effect and reversing the voltage potential which powers a return strike of ground charge into the cloud, along the pathway ionized by the primary strike, and carries the return strike through the cloud into the upper atmosphere.
Return strike electrons cycle in the same instant on the field lines of twin phase electrons which spiral towards the ionosphere between cycles with clockwise in tubes of their merged field lines inducing magnetic moments and their sum as a dipole field along the current tube rotation axis with like polarity pole to the monopole planetary field attracting return strike electrons toward the ionosphere.
When return strike current tubes cross into the ionosphere current sheet into the ionosphere the current tubes trap like polarity ions to the monopole field which are attracted by the opposite polarity pole to the monopole field of the dipole field induced by return strike electrons powering high velocity currents of trapped ions toward the ground
Current tube ions transform the attractive force of the dipole field into kinetic energy and frictional forces which transform kinetic energy into photons, illuminating current tubes, appearing above lightning storms as sprites.