[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Warm Weather

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Tue Jul 24 17:02:22 CDT 2012

Karen, Radsafe,
     Thanks for the article reference.  Whole  books have been written on 
the Earth's Chandler Wobble
and Annual Wobble.  See Munk and MacDonald and Lambeck I and Lambeck  II.
     Some earthquake signatures in polar motion  excitation (deconvolved 
polar motion; polar motion
equals approximately Chandler wobble, Annual wobble, other wobbles??? etc.) 
 and Atmospheric 
Angular Momentum can be observed, although the deconvolved polar motion  
data need some work.
See Preisig 1992, Geophysical Journal International (formerly Geophysical  
Journal of the Royal
Astronomical Society).  Don't know what younger scientists have done  on 
this stuff since then.
I'm out of that field right now.
     Take Care.     Regards,    Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
In a message dated 7/24/2012 5:29:27 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
Karen_Street at sbcglobal.net writes:

For  those who want more on the Chandler Wobble, you can go to NPR  

>  Dear Radsafe,
>       CW is Chandler  Wobble.  The Earth  doesn't get closer to the Sun, 
> but  rather dips the North Pole
> preferentially towards the Sun during CW  amplitude peaks.  I don't  
> understand the 
>  phenomena well with respect to Chandler Wobble Amplitude minima, but   
> droughts and large 
> Snow events seem to occur during these  times.
>       If the 2020 drought is real  and it is  starting now, then consider 
> the possibility  of
> Dust Bowl II happening in the USA Midwest etc.  Not good and  not much  
> can do about it.
>     Joe Preisig
>  ____________________________________
> From: JPreisig at aol.com
>  To: dickman at binghamton.edu
> Sent: 7/17/2012  4:39:26 P.M. Eastern  Daylight Time
> Subj: Warm Weather
> Dear Dr.  Dickman/Steve:
>     Hi.  Hope you  are doing fine.
>     A good book:     Climate   ---- Peixoto and Oort     .
>     Wobble Peaks (CW???):     1910,  1954, 1998, etc.
>     (amplitude)
>     CW Amplitude Minima ---    1932,   1976, 2020
>     Famous USA   droughts  ---   1932    1956     2012????
>     1932 (USA Dust Bowl)   ---  CW  Minimum
>     1956 --- near  1954 ---  CW Peak    
> 2012  ----   well after 1998 (latent  heat storage since 1998???),or is 
>  the starting point of the  drought
>         (and perhaps heavy snow  events) for 2020.  If this 
> drought is the sum of  both  effects, then
>                 the USA is in the beginning of a long drought period  
> (Dust Bowl II)???
>       Regards,     Joe  Preisig

Best wishes, 
Karen Street
Friends Energy Project
blog  http://pathsoflight.us/musing/index.php

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