The descending funnel of the tornado is drawn to the source of electric current on the earth surface by the demand of the jet stream above the cloud which has been heightened by the storm (or the electric conductor between the earth and jet stream) because another part of the storm is passing over an insulated area which is incapable of providing the current demand for electrical discharge by the jet stream. The jet stream is a river of electric charges flowing across the tops of one or more storm centers toward the North pole. In the Southern Hemisphere the river of current flows from the top down through the storm to the earth causing its vortex to rotate in a clockwise direction. In the North the current flows from the earth up through the storm causing its rotation to be in a counter clockwise direction. The dropping of the tornado funnel is caused by the effect of the demand of a needy jet stream seeking a source of more electrical discharge.
1. When drilling for oil first began, wells were set on fire by electrical strikes upon the oil well pipes. Tornados also hit them directly and twisted the oil well pipes to shreds. They did one thing which stopped both the lightening and the tornados. They insulated their drilling shafts by pumping "drilling mud" down the pipe as they drilled. The mud hardened up into a casing which effectively insulated the drill from the layers of electric current bearing earth it was drilling through. This stopped the flow of that electricity into the pipe and up the shaft, so that it did not create a place of site discharge at the surface of the earth from which Jet Streams could demand its potential electric discharge and send down a funnel to conduct it to the Jet Stream.
This is a specific case of how an electrical potential can provide for itself a path between a place of plenty (at an uninsulated well head) and a place of want, (in the needy Jet Stream, being pinched by one or more of its storms being pulled over earth areas which have little or less electrical provision.
2. When tornados touch down they increase in strength at an accelerating rate which cannot be explained except by the obvious cause which is a tremendous flow of built up electrical discharge. No talk of cold fronts and warm fronts exists for this explanation. (They have a part in providing the conductance by lifting the conductor - warm moist air - into place which provides a general path) No talk of low and high pressures can explain it. Because the tip of the tornado is in touch with the earth in a specific place where it is twisting as if it were sucking on the earth.
What it is doing is receiving the source of its power from earth particles highly charged. "Bad lands" are caused by this type of excavation. This is why tornados jump up-- their storm has pulled them away from a direct source of electrical discharge, and they bell out their funnels because the discharge available is now coming from other weaker places which are spread out around the discharge site just left.
3. Tornado flow processes just described make possible the drawing of tornado paths on maps. It is the discharge available in these paths which makes them able to be identified as places where tornados can and do make earth contact. Indians, because of their observation skills, identified where it was safe to build houses and they would not be destroyed by tornados. Tornados follow rivers, railroad tracks, groves of trees, and low moist land where many trailer parks are built, (which are electrical discharge sites).
FROM PLACES WHERE ELECTRICAL CHARGES ARE BEING BUILT BY THE SOLAR EARTH CURRENT, TO PLACES WHERE ELECTRICAL DISCHARGES ARE BEING RELEASED INTO THE SOLAR EARTH CURRENT, THE CURRENT WILL FIND OR BUILD PATHS FOR ITS FLOW.
Another way to say this is, ELECTRICITY WILL ALWAYS TAKE THE PATHS OF BEST CONDUCTANCE.
Because of the above reality, controlling where a tornado "strikes" is easy in any given specific area. Towns that have been destroyed by tornados are simply in discharge paths. Providing a best path for discharge by drilling uninsulated wells to sea level and connecting them on top with a large electrical conductor in North West to South East, or South West to North East paths will provide tornado paths which will always attract tornados when weather conditions provide for them. These paths need to have insulated paths on each side of them in order to well protect the towns they are in. Making X parks in these areas where children play when tornado conditions are not present is one way of using the insulating places the tornado paths need to keep the town safe.
The energy powering the water cycle is the solar-earth current. Water molecules leaping out of bodies of water are litterally riding on a charge of electricity provided at that place by the solar-earth current. Trees by transpiration are also sources of the water cycle. Once out of the water, or the tree, the molecules do not get together with other molecules because they all have the same charge. The flow of the molecules is determined by where the solar-earth current wants to go, given the available conductance paths of the SE current, which is greatly different in differing seasons.
In Summer there is an overall conductance through warm moist air which enables trees to bloom and bear fruit because of the available flow of the SE current. When the molecule first comes out it is in an area of similar charges and is quickly motivated away in the direction of prevailing Se flow. As it flows along it may come into areas where a jet stream is formed over the top of several cloud formations. It may join and become part of a cloud there because the extra flow between the earth and jet stream makes supersaturation of the air in that place possible, by actually stealing some of the charges and bunching the water molecules together.
If a Jet stream concentrates upon a certain part of the cloud to give up its charges because of its flow demand, a grouping of water molecules is caused by unlike charged water molecules getting together. Rain falls because grouped molecules with a more neutral charge have been robbed of their Se current charge and thrown off which gravity attracts. Watching pictures of cloud formation will reveal water molecules bunching on the incoming draft side of a formed cloud and possible thinning out and leaving on the other side if the flow is horizontal.
Thunderheads are formed by vertical flow of the SE current to the Jet Stream above them. Cumulus Humulis clouds are formed in places where evaporation charges are being repelled from the earth by their similar charges, but where no ready connection with a prevailing flow is in the area.
Man's attempt to control rain have all been effective or ineffective in relationship to how much control they have been able to exert upon the discharging of the available water moisture.
Seeding clouds with silver iodide, causes silver iodide particles, (charge sponges) to race up to molecules, steal their charges and then, because the charges are neutralized between them, race away. Leaving the water molecule with a tendency to group with other unlike charges and precipitate. The silver iodide eventually gets so much Se current charge that it takes off into the jet stream and its rain causing ability is ended.
In one Eastern country ( I can't remember the name of it) large stone jars are mounted on pedestals dispersed over the land. No one knows what they were for. I believe they are part of a system for causing rain. When the people wanted rain they filled the jars with water, which seeped out of the loose clay jars and made a wet discharge site, connecting it with all the wet layers of SE current bearing layers beneath it. When they didn't want rain they left the jars dry, allowing the whole discharge site to dry up and not conduct SE current as readily.
Planting trees enables more evaporation, more discharge potential, and more rain.
Stopping rain is as easy as insulating the SE current from the surface of the gound where you don't want rain. Rain forests are there because they litterally rake rain out of the prevailing moisture flow. Cutting down a rain forest stops the rain.
Increasing rain can be done by doing anything that provides point discharges for moisture flows.
by Dr. Walter Peterson