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Welcome to Doc Weather - 07.19.04

The mysteries of the weather have stimulated the imaginations of people since the beginning of time. In Doc Weather you can find a new slant on this old subject.

The mysteries of the weather have stimulated the imaginations of people since the beginning of time. In Doc Weather you can find a new slant on this old subject. The computer allows the graphical depiction of hemisphere- wide weather patterns to be easily available. By contrast, in Benjamin Franklin's day it was not known that there was a predictable circulation of winds around a low or high-pressure area. With our technology we have come a long way and yet the mysteries of weather and climate are such that any forecast made beyond a ten-day period is considered experimental by weather services and given only a 50/50 chance of coming true.

Doc Weather aims to do just a bit better with forecasting into the future than a coin flip. In twenty some years of research into the rhythms of planetary motion, the development of complex geometries and procedures allow the predictions in Doc Weather to average about 60% accuracy a year in advance. If you are interested in experiencing the thrill of seeing a storm arise and travel a path that was predicted a year ago then Doc Weather's website is for you.

The magic of this method lies in the approach to studying phenomena in flow from a geometric and astronomical perspective. Doc Weather is always busy trying to pull one more layer off of the mystery of the relationships between planetary motion and climate patterns. The free articles in Doc Weather Basics are the result of that ongoing study. We offer them as a free service to readers of the site. It is our goal to help people to understand the basic principles in this approach.

The articles in our subscription package go much deeper into the fundamentals of the system that allows the predictions to be made. The subscription articles revolve around three themes. One theme is the basic climatic features of North America and descriptions of climatic patterns recognized by standard climatology . These articles cover the more physical aspects of climatic studies.

Another theme addresses the celestial movements and harmonic geometries that are used to form the charts on which the predictions are made. These are fully illustrated. A third group of articles presents case studies of past events that clearly illustrate the relationship between the earthly climatic influences and the cosmic or celestial climatic influences. Subjects in this category range from el nino to historical drought/flood seen from the point of view of the planetary flux model . All are profusely illustrated.

A subscription costs $25.00 per year. The subscription includes the Outlooks section, featuring forecasts for the coming year for four regions of the United States. Also included is a section on planetary points of interest to look for in the upcoming months. These will be issued at the new year for the coming year. Besides the regional outlooks there will also be an el nino outlook that will describe the celestial patterns of direct and retrograde motion across the Pacific for the coming year and how these motions are most likely to influence El Nino or La Nina or La Nada patterns for the coming year.

Another section available to subscribers is Hot Spots. These short and pithy articles on real time, current phenomena give planetary background on today's unusual weather patterns of interest.

A subscription also includes access to Weather Eye, an archive of articles illustrating and explaining the deeper aspects of the planetary flux model. This years offerings will cover the el nino and the music of the spheres as seen by Kepler applied to climate research as well as two articles on motion in arc phenomena.

Future articles will include such subjects as citrus freeze patterns in the United States, nor'easters along the east coast, the placement of the Aleutian low in the production of storms, historic storms in the United States, projective geometry, sacred geometry and climate research and other subjects of interest to the weather wise person will be included in the seasonal offerings all given in the context of the motion of the planets as it coincided with the weather phenomena.