Posts Tagged ‘Weather’

Climate change debate; can we turn down the heat?

There are many ways to think about the climate change debate and almost all of them lead to paradox and polarization. At the physical level of the debate, there are those who say that “greenhouse” gases have increased dramatically since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Greenhouse gasses are gasses that trap warmth in the…

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The El Nino and Planetary Movement

From December to April any outer planet in nino 5 will be moving in arc in a retrograde motion that is from east to west. This is coincident with the yearly warming period in nino 5. Any outer planet in nino 5 will be moving retrograde from January to May. This is coincident with the…

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Planetary Movement

In order to build a different kind of model for el nino it is useful to describe the ways in which a planet can be seen to be moving across the Pacific ocean. The motions of the outer planets from Mars through Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto can be projected onto the Pacific basin.…

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Enhanced/Successful El Nino

The sequence of an enhanced El Nino In January, February and March warmth builds up in the western Pacific. In April cool emerges in nino 5 and the warmth flows into nino 4. In May cold water spreads eastward from nino 5 into western nino 4 as warm water approaches the western border of nino…

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Standard El Nino

El Nino is a yearly rhythmic fluctuation of waters from the western Pacific to the eastern Pacific. Some years it is a strong fluctuation and some years it is a weak fluctuation. The reasons for this patterning are obscure and complex. This site offers one way of looking at el nino which seems to accurately…

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Proof Magazine Interview of Dennis – 2001

Dennis Klocek, in conversation with Neil Martinson NM: Dennis, you're the head of Goethean (Consciousness) studies here at Rudolf Steiner College, and I wanted to talk to you about Goethe and Goethean studies. To start things off: I think a lot of existential problems people run into in the world result from doubts about the…

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The Moral Roots of the Climate Crisis

This is the last chapter in “The Harmonies of Storms” Dennis'  PDF eBook on the Music of the spheres; Harmony in climate change. In his widely acclaimed movie, An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore concludes that the climate crisis is in reality a moral crisis. Just what does that mean? How is morality, traditionally a soul…

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Storm of the Centry 1979

The atmosphere is a river of air flowing above our heads in ceaseless meandering currents and eddies. The patient observer can come to recognize what are known as singularities in the deceptively chaotic flow of this great river of air. A singularity is a pattern that repeats itself in subtle but recognizable sequences. Most often…

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Interview with Dennis Klocek on Climate Study for Das Goetheanum

This interview by Alexander Rist for the European magazine Das Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland happened just after Hurricane Katrina when there was a renewed interest in climate study. Alexander Rist: When did you start to pay attention to weather phenomena? What was triggering the decision to start your research in this area, what was your…

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