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Sudden Stratospheric Warming Split the Polar Vortex in Two
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Sudden stratospheric warming has split the polar vortex in two. The polar vortex, which forms and deepens as the atmosphere loses heat to space in the darkness of the long Arctic winter night, was split in two by massive heating from below. A series of intense storms in the far north Pacific intensified a very long wave in the lower atmosphere. Energy on that planet sized wave went upwards from the lower atmosphere around the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau and broke into the stratosphere, causing major sudden warming. It rapidly reversed the strong cyclonic winds in the stratosphere around the pole, creating a central dome, breaking the vortex into two smaller vortices.

Major stratospheric warmings have taken place, on average, every other year over the past 50 years. The physics of these warmings is very complicated. Since 1998 these warmings have been more frequent and earlier in the winter. Previously, major warmings typically happened in February. Over the past decade they have happened in December and January, but this one is exceptional on all counts. This stratospheric warming is apparently the strongest ever observed in the first half of January according to the NOAA figure. No one knows why the number of major warmings is increasing but a correlation has been with positive sea surface temperature anomalies and the active phase of the solar cycle. This year the sun is active and there are large positive sea surface temperature anomalies in the north Indian ocean and the north-west Pacific.


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http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/01/16...tex-in-Two


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like i have said over and over
full arctic ice melt coming this spring
will be apparent by march
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Hmm, now how does haarp operate exactly?
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So the extreme heating of the ionosphere by deadly haarp is of what effect???


giving many heart attacks...


heating up the ionosphere is dangerous


taking a perfectly balanced enviroment 2-3 degrees can cause 'mountains to move'

and EQs...
etc

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Get prepared for massive water level increases...coastal folks best be in far enough


tsunamis ahead...when the water rises...

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"Storm bomb" caused by sudden stratospheric warming heading to Europe's shores
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/01/16...tex-in-Two

US: Cold Weather Alert Issued for Next Week
http://bensalem.patch.com/articles/cold-...-next-week
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The two new vortexes formed over the continental plates and correspond approximately to the size of those plates. I suspect that is because the plates are colder than the surrounding seas.
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An incredible Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) event is ongoing at this time, and latest observations around the stratosphere have historic values in the upper stratosphere and off-the-charts warmth being observed.


[Image: temp10anim.gif]

We start now with an animation of observed 10 millibar temperature anomalies. You can see how this SSW develops off the Himalayas and explodes around December 26th. In the last days of 2012, it begins to shift towards the Arctic, and we are now at a point that we have a historical sudden stratospheric warming ongoing. Why is it historic? See the chart

here:
http://theweathercentre.blogspot.com.au/...rming.html


Upper Stratospheric Polar Vortex May Rebuild

The long range GFS model is showing a massive rebuilding of the polar vortex way up in the 1 millibar level of the stratosphere, commonly known as the highest level of the stratosphere.

So far this year, we have seen the polar vortex break apart in the middle part of the stratosphere as a result of more than a few sudden stratospheric warmings. However, the opposite can also happen- sudden stratospheric coolings, while not called that specific name, do occur. One can observe significant cooling in a very short amount of time in a very similar situation that sudden stratospheric warmings occur.

If the polar vortex were to rebuild in the higher levels of the stratosphere, it actually would not be as significant as you may think. The stratosphere has its strongest effect in the lower levels, closer to the troposphere. If we were to see a strong rebuilding of the polar vortex in the lower levels of the stratosphere, I would be much more concerned. However, the forecast is calling for a very disorganized vortex in the middle stratosphere, with strong rebuilding seeming to be held to the upper stratosphere.

And the fact of the matter is, this is 384 hours out. So many things can and will change- it is very possible the polar vortex may weaken rather than strengthen. However, this forecast of a rebuilding has been coming back for multiple runs of the GFS, and trends are always key when looking for a forecast that has the best chance of verifying.

So keep your eyes on the models, but unless the polar vortex rebuilds at the 100 millibar level, the 1 millibar level is really nothing to write home about.

http://theweathercentre.blogspot.com.au/...x-may.html
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weakened iron core...
Loss of magnetics..
lets protons thru at greater rate...
heating earth in regions where the magnetic zone has opend up or pushed into our atmosphere...
as it retracts back the heated areas stay heated by protons let thru as they continue to earth...
i think a continual weakening will only worsen the effect over time...
that wasnt just a hot summer...
we were gettin cooked by cmes also...

The binding energy of a nucleus represents the amount of energy which would be required to break it up into its constituent nucleons (neutrons and protons). The binding energy of a nucleus is a function of the numbers of neutrons and protons which make it up, BE(n, p). The incremental binding energies (ΔBE) can be computed according to the following definitions
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/interactionnp.htm
ΔnBE(24, p) = c0 + c1p + c2d(p≥24) + c3e(p)

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Pin it!
It is important topic!
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•REC  Wrote: (01-18-2013 12:55 PM)
This stratospheric warming is apparently the strongest ever observed in the first half of January according to the NOAA figure. No one knows why the number of major warmings is increasing

Maybe it's to do with the giant sunspot we recently saw?

AR1654

http://www.universetoday.com/99401/ar165...g-our-way/

•REC  Wrote: (01-18-2013 12:55 PM)
No one knows why the number of major warmings is increasing but a correlation has been with positive sea surface temperature anomalies and the active phase of the solar cycle. This year the sun is active and there are large positive sea surface temperature anomalies in the north Indian ocean and the north-west Pacific.

Told you it was solar activity. Said that back in 2011.

Which means, as said several months earlier, the US should see snowstorms and floods.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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