NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. There is a very intense energy vortex pattern in the Tasman Sea. Reports have stated that the Tasman Sea is unusually hot. I have taken the following screenshots to examine the cloud forms. https://go.nasa.gov/2FkFvY2
Question regarding the above article by Mr. ElectroMagnetics: “Terraforming Earth by Altering Her Resonant Frequencies”
“Because our planet Earth contains an iron core, we respond best to frequencies of a multiple of 60 cycles (approximately).”
QUESTION: This line from your latest post caught my eye. Can you elaborate a bit on the relationship of Earth’s iron core and the 60-cycle frequency? Is this somehow an intrinsic property? I tried looking it up, but can’t find any information on the subject.
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. A close-up image that has been sepia enhanced.
VSF: Mr. EM dictated this to me in answer to the above question:
Iron is a material that is used for electrical transformers.
Nicola Tesla was involved with the war of the currents.
Between Edison and Tesla.
The Direct Current machine used iron cores in their construction.
And direct current flowed through wires.
Tesla was the father of alternating current.
He did extensive research on direct current/alternating current machines.
A machine consists of transformers and motors.
Tesla optimized the efficiency of the machines as a function of frequency based on the most optimum efficiency of the iron core.
He realized the iron core was most efficient at 60 cycles per second.
The iron core was most efficient at 60 cycles and Tesla utilized 60 cycles for his alternating current system.
Europe uses 50 cycles in their electrical power system grid.
Iron can be energized at 50 cycles.
However, when iron is utilized at 50 cycles, its electrical losses are higher.
Tesla was an excellent engineer and determined the most efficient operating frequency for iron as 60 cycles.
This means that energy losses are at their optimum value when the transformers and motors utilize 60 cycles.
Energy losses exhibit themselves as heat.
So you want to be able to reduce the wasted energy in the form of heat.
Considerable savings of electrical energy was realized when the energy was not transformed into heat.
Heat does not contribute to work that the electrical device does and accomplishes.
Heat is just wasted energy.
A good engineering practice is not to waste energy in the form of heat.
Tesla developed his alternating current electrical system, and desired to make it as efficient as possible.
Tesla measured the optimum frequency of iron in order to reduce energy in the form of heat.
Tesla determined that the optimum frequency in order to reduce heat in iron core machines as being 60 cycles.
This is why the American electrical grid system operates at 60 cycles.
Earth’s core is primarily iron.
Earth has resonant frequencies that are the Schumann frequencies.
Schumann frequencies are approximately 7.5 cycles, 15 cycles, 30 cycles, and 60 cycles, and multiples there of.
Tesla’s use of 60 cycles closely correlates to the Schumann frequencies of the Earth.
– Mr. ElectroMagnetics
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. More detail sepia enhanced. https://go.nasa.gov/2Fk2NwX
Marine heatwave: ‘It’s never been that hot before’
An unprecedented marine heatwave is causing Tasman sea temperatures to peak at up to six degrees above average.
Since November, the water has been more than 2°C above average, peaking even higher on some days.
“It’s never been that hot before,” climate scientist Jim Salinger said.
“We looked at records back to 1900 and there’s nothing anywhere near this.”
Fishers in Doubtful Sound and Fiordland had reported catching snapper for the first time, while there are also anecdotes from surf life savers of bluebottle jellyfish appearing much earlier than normal, Dr Salinger said.
The balmy ocean temperatures were being driven by a combination of two different climate patterns: the southern annular mode, and a La Nina weather system, he said. The southern annular mode was in its positive phase, meaning westerly winds that swirled around the Southern Ocean had contracted towards Antarctica.
“We’ve not had the usual incursions … of strong westerly winds, so that’s really shut the door from the Southern Ocean for outbursts of cold air and rough weather to stir up the Tasman Sea.” The La Nina pattern meant more north-easterly winds, which encouraged the warm east Australian current to come further south towards New Zealand, Dr Salinger said.
Readings from floating gauges monitored by NIWA showed the warmer water was up to 50m deep, he said.
Our Changing World host Alison Ballance said extreme systems like the heatwave could have a profound affect on marine ecosystems. Kaikōura biologist Jim Mills, who studied red-billed seagulls, had told her the warm water meant krill in the ocean was pushed much further down, beyond the reach of gulls who normally fed it to their young. Instead, the gulls were feeding their chicks fish larvae and jellyfish – “anything they can find”, Ms Ballance said.
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Contrast, saturation, etc. all maxed to show what is within these cloud forms. https://go.nasa.gov/2FlXVrj
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Contrast, saturation, etc. all maxed to show what is within these cloud forms.
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Contrast, saturation, etc. all maxed to show what is within these cloud forms. https://go.nasa.gov/2FmPigd
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Sepia enhanced. Note how the clouds appear to have been ‘cut out’ like a cookie cutter, into curved shapes by the transmitters. https://go.nasa.gov/2FksmxZ
NEW ZEALAND – The Tasman Sea (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Contrast & saturation etc. enhanced. Note the scalar wave ripples and how the clouds appear to have been ‘cut out’ like a cookie cutter, into curved shapes by the transmitters. https://go.nasa.gov/2GhNciS
NEW ZEALAND – East of the South Island (above) / Jan.26, 2018. Contrast & saturation etc. enhanced. Note the transmitter generated scalar wave ripples. https://go.nasa.gov/2GkFjJn