Below are some randomly generated iasobergs
This site deals with the creation of a novel approach that addresses recent observations of minute celestial influences that effect the weather.
The Iasoberg Model was developed to locate the Allais Effect. The Allais Effect is a minute unexplained anomaly that has been observed during recent eclipses (over the last 55 years). This influence, in certain scientific circles, is believed to be an undefined component of gravity. The Iasoberg Model connects this influence to severe weather.
The Iasoberg Model was developed over the past 30 years. It began with an analysis of the data from Allais'and Saxl and Allen's experiments which led to the conceptualization of the mechanism that is the basis of the Iasoberg Model. The model describes the distortion of the gravitational potentials at the barycenter of the Earth/Moon System, resulting in the distortion of the respective gravitational vectors through the surface of the Earth. A computer program was developed to model these distortions. Finally, several graphic and mapping displays were developed to illustrate these distortions on the surface of the earth.
Possible applications of the Iasoberg Model
" Forecasting severe weather such as tornado outbreaks, large hail events and severe wind events
" Predicting the time of aftershocks following major seismic events
" Forecasting the duration and area of possible atmospheric clear air turbulence
" Forecasting the time and area of possible oceanic rogue waves
CHECK OUT the Iasoberg Pattern daily. NOTE the time and your proximity to the pattern. SEND us your observations of severe weather. USE the Comment Dialogue Box on this Site.
iasoberg.com has been established by Ed Oberg to facilitate and promote research into the Allais Effect and to distribute the resulting findings.
The launch of this site coincided with the launch of a hypothetical field model by Ed Oberg on 23 November 2007.
About Ed Oberg
Professor Maurice Allais