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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. 

Enter the Iasoberg Site for Information on its Predictive Value
© 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