Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Burtwistle Effect 11.18.2010

Recent studies have shown that heavy cloud cover ran actually RAISE temperatures. This only happens in altitudes over 1,000 feet, in late fall/ early winter, and in places with extreme temperatures. This happens due to the Coriolis effect, the Blagoyavich law of fluid matter, and the greenhouse effect. Most scientists can agree that this only can occur during global warming. This has recently proven to be commonly occurring recently. The Burtwistle effect almost always happens before a system moves in. This can raise the temperature up to 7.5 degrees Celsius. The current record for his effect is a raise of 8.36 degrees Celsius.