Saturday, April 14, 2012
RT @agotoguy: Lightning with chances of moderate rainfall. A relief from the high humidity these past few days.Pathanamthita,Kerala (7:43pm)
Dr Piers Richard Corbyn is an astrophysicist and founder of the business Weather Action which makes weather forecasts up to a year in advance, and on which he also bets, and wins 80% of the times.Corbyn's predictions are based on what is called "The Solar Weather Technique." The technique combines statistical analysis of over a century of historical weather patterns with clues derived from solar observations. He considers past weather patterns and solar observations and sun-earth magnetic connectivity.
Conventional meteorology claims that such influences cause minimal impact on the Earth's atmosphere. Corbyn is also sceptical of the theory of Anthropogenic Global Warming. In fact, he is one of the leading climate sceptic scientists in the world.Piers Corbyn asserts that earthquakes can be triggered by solar activity, and hence that he can to some extent predict them. So he started a trial forecast and here’s one published in March for April this year:
On 13-Apr, highest maximum temperature of 42.4° C was recorded at Rentachintala (coastal Andhra Pradesh)
Heat to pick-up again over S-E, E-central India from Tuesday.
rajugana: Baroda 9.20pm, Clouds developed in the evening, now cool breeze with slight drizzle. Something surprising, welcome relief !