Carolien asked me to send this to you. She’s been unable to email it.
Thursday 18th January a very severe storm hit Europe… Over forty people
During this storm I kept record of data from the KNMI (https://www.knmi.nl), the
main Royal Dutch Weather Institute. The data concern wind velocities in
meters per second, recorded approximately every 10 minutes by their 33 (!)
weather stations all over Holland. The lines pictured show the Dutch
province boundaries, as well as the wind speed areas above land.
The first thing that struck me about these pictures, were the concentric
wind speed areas right above various weather stations themselves! No such
circles appeared in between weather stations ever, during the three hours
I kept record. In today’s data, concentric wind speed areas seemingly do
appear in between stations. Seemingly, for two-third of their locations
are hidden now…. Wouldn’t you expect radar to measure circular areas of
declining or increasing wind in between?
In some circles the wind declines, in others the wind increases towards
the station itself. All the time the stations happen to be right in the
middle of the action. Strange coincidence, huh? The storm front went from
west to east over Holland. Could it be “radar” waves pushed or pulled the
wind here and there? To create maybe the cyclone this Atlantic storm named
Kyrill was forecasted to be?
Various stations showed this action on and off. Whereas some – like the
declining wind area in the middle of our country (station at De Bilt), or
the increasing one 20 km more south (station at Herwijnen) – remained
steady all day. Our CB is somewhere in the middle, btw. Maybe they thought
it’s spinning vortex would make momentum for a cyclone? Aiming my homemade
half-scale CB didn’t seem to stop the wind, but boosting did better! It
was great practice for gaining self-confidence.
The UN is planning on a climate warming report, coming February 2nd ,
claiming proof for human activity to blame the extreme weather changes.
Human activity indeed, if my report is anything near substantial!
INTERVIEW-U.N. climate report will shock the world -chairman
“There are a lot of signs and evidence in this report which clearly
establish not only the fact that climate change is taking place, but also
that it really is human activity that is influencing that change,” R.K.
Pachauri, the IPCC chairman, told Reuters. The IPCC will say it is at
least 90 percent sure than human activities, led by the burning of fossil
fuels, are to blame for global warming over the past 50 years, sources
I had a hacking hard time to mail you this report. Got an anonymous
phone call from 0418 (Herwijnen station?) after my first attempt to
you failed. Yesterday evening (24 January) a thick fog, smelling
chemically, closed in on our village only (I could hear several low
flying planes) and made me ill within hours. If it weren’t for my
paranoia, I would say it’s getting personal.
What do you think of all this, Don?