tornadoes

TORNADO DYNAMICS

WEEKEND CME STRIKES: Over the weekend, a pair of CMEs hit Earth–one on May 18th 2013 (0100 UT) and another on May 19th (2250 UT). The impacts, especially the first one, rattled Earth’s magnetic field and sparked Northern Lights visible as far south as Colorado. Some of the brightest appeared over Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

On the afternoon of May 20, 2013, an EF5 tornado ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, and adjacent areas, with peak winds at 210 miles per hour, killing 24 people and injuring 212 others. The tornado was part of a larger system which had produced several other tornadoes across the Great Plains over the previous two days, including 5 that struck portions of Central Oklahoma on May 19.

SOLAR FLARE & EXTREME UV FLASH: Dec 8th 2023
TORNADOES KILL 6 & 35.000+ WITHOUT POWER DEC 10 2023

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G2-CLASS GEOMAGNETIC STORM: June 15, 2023
TORNADO HITS TEXAS June 15, 2023

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8 HOUR G3-CLASS GEOMAGNETIC STORM – March 23 2023
TORNADOES ACROSS MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA & GEORGIA- March 24-27 2023

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GEOMAGNETIC STORM & BRIGHT AURORAS – March 31 2023
147 TORNADOES ACROSS SOUTH & MIDWEST US – March 31-APRIL 1 2023

supercell hook

The Coreolis Force powers anticlockwise rotation of moving storm cells along electrified storm fronts, and powers high velocity anticlockwise ring currents of ionized cloud droplets transforming the momentum of moving charges into dipole moments which induce their sum as a dipole field along the rotation axis attracting cloud droplets toward the ground.

The dipole fields induced by anticlockwise ring currents transform ring currents into funnel clouds, vortexes of spiralling charges propogating the negative pole of the vortex field toward the ground. When a cloud vortex touches the ground circuits are opened between vortex field lines and field lines draping ground surfaces.

Tornado dynamics

The vortex field induces a voltage potential which powers a current surge of ground charge up vortex field lines and the spiralling charges induces dipole moments catastrophically increasing the attractive force of the field attracting cloud droplets toward the ground, and transforming the cloud vortex into a tornado.

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