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Overview of the Iasoberg Model and Site

This   site   traces   a   concept   (The   Iasoberg   Model)   which   is   based   on   the   observations   (circa   1954)   of   Prof   Maurice Allais   et   al    of minute celestial influences.  The Iasoberg Model was developed to locate the Allais Effect in, on, and near the Earth. The   Iasoberg   Model,   developed   over   the   past   30   years,   correlates   this   influence   with   geophysical   phenomena,   in   particular weather.      There   may   be   many   possible   future   applications   of   the   Iasoberg   Model,   however,   current   work   using   the   output   of this   research   is   used   to   forecast   severe   weather   such   as   tornado   outbreaks,   large   number   of   hail   events   and   severe   wind events in the continental USA, as well as seismic and volcanic activity on Earth.

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© iasoberg.com 2013

Overview of the Iasoberg Model and Site

This   site   traces   a   concept   (The   Iasoberg   Model)   which   is   based   on   the observations   (circa   1954)   of   Prof   Maurice   Allais   et   al    of   minute   celestial influences.      The   Iasoberg   Model   was   developed   to   locate   the   Allais   Effect in, on, and near the Earth. The   Iasoberg   Model,   developed   over   the   past   30   years,   correlates   this influence   with   geophysical   phenomena,   in   particular   weather.      There   may be    many    possible    future    applications    of    the    Iasoberg    Model,    however, current   work   using   the   output   of   this   research   is   used   to   forecast   severe weather   such   as   tornado   outbreaks,   large   number   of   hail   events   and   severe wind   events   in   the   continental   USA,   as   well   as   seismic   and   volcanic   activity on Earth.
Enter the Iasoberg Site for Information on its Predictive Value