Sept. 25/26th, 2013
Weaker signals of the last few hours on the heels of exceptionally strong signals for a day and a half or so caused me to go to a more controlled listening point to take a current snapshot of the signals. As I was beginning to think I was merely reinventing the wheel, I was also beginning to think I should take down this blog from public view for a while.
However, in the midst of the darkness of indecision and possible failure, I realized that while in fact maybe half the time I was merely reinventing the proverbial wheel, upon further review, maybe half the time I was not. I realized that the other half of the time I maybe have not been confirming so-called common knowledge of long ago and that maybe there was merit to my efforts.
It seems when the weather does not predict the weaker signals is when something unique might be under observation. I will have to review logs/blog entries from this blog to see if any such unique correlation possibly or actually exists between my readings and tornadic storms in the nation’s Heartland. If so or either way, I may have base-lined my observations – with any luck. At which point, should such a correlation exist, I can begin to invoke other inputs as variables to the effort.
PS. I might return and further revise this blog entry.