Nov 14, 2015

Governing Rules of the Weather2020 Lezak Recurring Cycle

A quick look at the governing rules of the Lezak Recurring Cycle.



Rule number one from the image above. This hypothesis does not formulate with the use of actual data. When analyzing H5 patterns in correlation a "unique weather pattern" never sets up at all. A loss of pattern correlation never takes place. See this image for a 2015 case study. The corresponding blog entry is here. What is changing is the frequency and amplitude of correlation. Another 2015 case study is located here.

Rule number two from the image above. Schedule? Not one schedule as the LRC hypothesis suggests. The correlation wave does not hold at one frequency. It is transient. It is an envelope of correlation waves. Finding the LRC length is less challenging than suggested. One can find the LRC length using simplistic methods such as Average, Mean, and Mode of the correlation group velocity wave. See this blog entry for a 2015 case study. A daily account of this is located here. The correlation coefficient of this average frequency is low. A 2014-15 case study is located here.

Rule number three from the image above. While this isn't a rule to the hypothesis, it is the highest of priority when marketing the LRC. I have yet to see verification data to support this claim. I continue to give Weather2020 and the LRC free marketing and publicity while proving that the LRC doesn't exist in the framework that is hypothesized. Exposure to science is my goal.

If there are any questions, comments, or suggestions on the material presented please let me know. Click on the images for a larger view. Thanks for reading!