Thursday, October 27, 2011

Strong Signals of Late

October 26th, 2011

The atmospheric conditions/signals I monitor in this effort have been abnormally strong during the last two months or so. Of course, I don't really know why this is so, but I suspect maybe the predictions of a La Nina type of winter may have something to do with it all. However, every once in a while, like today, the signals seem to weaken considerably. So I went and attempted to take a snapshot of the conditions. While the conditions seemed abit odd as to directionals, the energy levels seemed to be more or less where they typically have been over much of the last few years. I suspect the stronger levels seen over recent time will likely return in a few days. Again, I don't really know why this all happens or if the changing strength levels have any great relevance to anything over the interior continent - as I don't have the proper equipment to monitor the situation full time. All I know to do is to ask the questions: Why does this happen? What does it really mean?

Barometer reading 29.85 inHg and rising.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Monitored Readings Dropped This Evening.

October 4th, 2011

Though I was unable to take atmospheric readings at my usual and preferred location, it appears that the typically monitored conditions (monitored as part of my predictive theory) dropped off their normally strong levels of late – which would not be a good thing per my hypothesis. I have been monitoring these signals as I am able for the last six weeks, or so. However, I am not sure of the true comparison of historic readings with the latest reduced reading as the latest reading was not acquired at the preferred and usual monitoring location. I am unsure if this latest reading is a result of the Fall storm passing through SoCal or something else is afoot in the atmosphere.

Barometer reading 29.96 inHg (approx. @ sea level, with the barometric pressure slightly rising and falling all day but more or less holding steady) - per my latest internet source of such barometric information.


Oct. 6th
I monitored signals per my usual method and the signals seemed weaker than they have been of late and seemed juxtaposed - or of a different directional - as well. I'm not really sure why this was so, as the storm had passed at least a day earlier.

Oct. 7th
I again monitored signals per my usual method and the signals seemed weaker than they have been of late (though probably normal strength, but the signals seemed to no longer be juxtaposed as they had been the night before.