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Research and Reviews on Healthcare: Open Access Journal

Mini Review(ISSN: 2637-6679)

New Magnetic Cyclone Model, Bombogenesis, Associated Supernova and Nova Effects Volume 4 - Issue 1

WP Sokeland*

  • Retired, Heat Transfer Expert, Spacecraft and Turbine Engines, USA

Received: September 18, 2019;   Published: September 25, 2019

Corresponding author: WP Sokeland Retired, Heat Transfer Expert, Spacecraft and Turbine Engines, USA

DOI: 10.32474/RRHOAJ.2019.04.000178

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The tropical cyclone model weathermen have blessed for at least 50 years will have to change before research in this field can progress. The old model called a cyclone, typhoon, or hurricane produces its power by absorbing heat energy from warm ocean waters. If the storm continues to exist when passing over cold waters, weathermen simply change the name to bombogenesis because it cannot be a cyclone and exist over cold waters or land. The tropical cyclone is a storm containing its own positive magnetic field with positive ions revolving at high velocities. Its magnetic field strength is stronger than Earth’s magnetic field, but positive and negative magnetic anomalies of our planet cause change in direction and rapid intensification for our magnetic storm. The incoming high velocity positive particle debris streams of exploding stars affect existing cyclones by changing their velocity and direction and if the storm moves over cold water causes it to become a stronger storm without ocean heat, bombogenesis. The proof of the new model is “graveyards of ships” that coincide with a restricted areas of Earth’s positive magnetic anomalies where the ships are thousands of years old and have been collected over a long period of time at a location where the magnetic storm intensifies due to the magnetic anomaly.

Keywords: Bombogenesis; Hurricane intensification; Exploding star; Augmentation

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