James Pollard Espy (or the Storm King) (May 9 1785 – January 24 1860) was a U.S. meteorologist. Espy developed a convection theory of storms, explaining it in 1836 before the American Philosophical Society and in 1840 before the French Académie des Sciences and the British Royal Society. His theory was published by in 1840 as The Philosophy of Storms. He became meteorologist to the War (1842) and Navy (1848) departments and developed the use of the telegraph in assembling weather observation data by which he studied the progress of storms and laid the basis for scientific weather forecasting.
BOWERS, JEFFREY A. (KIRKLAND, WA, US)
CALDEIRA, KENNETH G. (CAMPBELL, CA, US)
CHAN, ALISTAIR K. (STILLWATER, MN, US) GATES III, WILLIAM H. (REDMOND, WA, US)
HYDE, RODERICK A. (REDMOND, WA, US)
ISHIKAWA, MURIEL Y. (LIVERMORE, CA, US)
KARE, JORDIN T. (SEATTLE, WA, US)
LATHAM, JOHN (BOULDER, CO, US)
MYHRVOLD, NATHAN P. (MEDINA, WA, US)
SALTER, STEPHEN H. (EDINBURGH, GB)
TEGREENE, CLARENCE T. (BELLEVUE, WA, US)
WOOD JR., LOWELL L. (BELLEVUE, WA, US)
A METHOD OF MANAGING RISK INCLUDES SELLING INDIVIDUAL INSURANCE POLICIES REGARDING AREAS TO BE PROTECTED BY STORM SUPPRESSION EQUIPMENT.
KEN CALDEIRA, GREGORY RAU - THIS APPLICATION IS A DIVISIONAL OF U.S. NON-PROVISIONAL APPLICATION SER. NO. 09/759,781, FILED JAN. 11, 2001, WHICH IS A CONTINUATION-IN-PART OF U.S. APPLICATION SER. NO. 09/314,220, FILED MAY 19, 1999, WHICH CLAIMS THE BENEFIT OF U.S. PROVISIONAL APPLICATION NO. 60/096,846, FILED AUG. 18, 1998.
A DEVICE SUITABLE FOR RETENTION IN A NASAL PASSAGE OF A RUMINANT, THE DEVICE BEING ARRANGED TO PASS A RUMINANT EXHALATION, THE DEVICE INCLUDING A FIRST STRUCTURE CONFIGURED TO OXIDIZE METHANE GAS IN THE RUMINANT EXHALATION, THE DEVICE BEING FURTHER ARRANGED TO PASS PRODUCTS OF THE OXIDIZED METHANE GAS TOWARD A NASAL PASSAGE EXIT.
Summary of court cases and principles of tort liability for cloud seeding, including both drought or flood allegedly caused by cloud seeding
October 22, 2006 | This essay briefly reviews governmental regulation of weather modification, then concentrates on judicial opinions regarding modified weather or cloud seeding and suggests how future weather modification torts might be argued. The scope of this essay does not cover liability for inadvertant weather modificiation, such as:
release of heat or smoke from industrial smokestacks;
injection of water vapor and particulates from jet airplane engines into the dry stratosphere;
release of heat and airborne particulates from cities;
pollution from automobiles;
global warming from release of CO2 by burning wood, coal, oil, or natural gas; or
removal of ozone by release of fluorocarbons into the atmosphere
This essay also does not consider purely local weather modification, such as dissipating fog in supercooled clouds at an airport.
This essay was initially written to inform:
potential plaintiffs (e.g., farmers, ranchers, and people who might be the victim of floods
meteorology students, and
attorneys and law students working in either environmental law or water law, about the nationwide law in the USA that affects tort liability for cloud seeding.
Whirlwinds are associated with destruction, not sustainable energy. Now it seems we can harness their power to generate renewable electricity. The Solar Vortex system is the brainchild of Mark Simpson and Ari Glezer at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. It relies on the temperature difference between hot air close to the ground and cooler air just a metre or so above it. As the hot air rises and cool air falls, convection currents form between these layers, leading to small whirlwinds or dust devils.
Tonight (1/25/2013) on Truther Girls radio my guest is the mind-blowing Jim Lee, who has worked tirelessly for the past two years to put together a 3D map of Radiation, Chemtrails and all kinds of earth changes.
Jim Lee has a You Tube Channel with a world class play list that you can see by clicking HERE.
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