Climate Change – Magnetism – Gravity and Weather Patterns

Today the big debate about ‘global warming’ (now changed into ‘climate change’ because the world hasn’t warmed as threatened by those promoting ‘global warming’ – something shown unequivocally by satellite observations since 1979) revolves around the ‘greenhouse’ theory and so-called ‘greenhouse’ gases, with carbon dioxide (CO2) as the most maligned ‘greenhouse’ gas both in the media and by some of our politicians. Indeed, CO2 is featured continuously as being ‘carbon pollution’! Wonderful!

Now here’s an interesting question: “Guess which gas is not on the official list of pollutants published by the Australian Government?” Perhaps you’ve guessed? Surely it’s not that ‘dreadful pollutant’ CO2 – is it?

Don’t believe it? Check it out for yourself – here:

Allow me to point out several indisputable facts about CO2:

· We breathe it out;

· It’s invisible;

· Plants need it in order to grow – more of it makes them grow faster and with less water needed, and the same plants retain the carbon and release oxygen back into the atmosphere for us to breathe in;

· It’s heavier than air!

Now, if it’s heavier than air how come is supposedly floating ‘up there’ causing a ‘greenhouse’ effect? Think about it!

Various records, notably including ice-cores from deep-drilling in Greenland and Antarctica, show quite clearly that increases in temperatures lead to increases in atmospheric levels of CO2 and, vice versa, decreases in temperatures lead to decreases in atmospheric levels of CO2. This is exactly the opposite of the claims made by people promoting ‘anthropogenic’ (man-made) ‘global warming’!

So, the question is: “What else can be the primary cause of climatic variations if it’s not CO2?”

Allow me to introduce my field of intensive study and research for over thirty years: magnetism and gravity, the atomic theory, and weather pattern records.

Now consider this: the Earth is a giant magnet – which is why a magnetic compass works. The Moon is also a magnet, although it’s not as big as the Earth. And then there’s a much, much bigger one in our Solar System – the Sun! By comparison with the Earth and the Moon, it’s huge.

Climate Change, Magnetism, Gravity, and Weather Patterns


Let me assure you that I’m not alone in what I have to say because there are others who have studied these magnetic forces and have reached the same conclusion. And what is that conclusion? It is that there are cyclical changes in the interrelationship of the magnetic fields of the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun (and, by the way, with the other planets in the Solar System and, indeed, with the Sun’s and Solar System’s ever-changing position as everything orbits around our Milky Way galaxy – a process that takes about 125,000 years to complete just one orbit.)

Now here’s an interesting thing: not only are we on Earth orbiting around the Sun once a year, but we are constantly changing the position in Space of the Earth relative to the Sun’s Equator. This means that our position oscillates either side of the Sun’s Equator.

And what can we do about it? Well unless you are very, very clever indeed or are, alternatively, off your head, the answer must be: absolutely nothing!

So what has this to do with our weather and climate here on Earth?

It’s simply because our atmosphere reacts to changes in magnetic influences, particularly by the Sun and, to a lesser extent, by the Moon. These influences have been well-known and demonstrated for a long, long time by the tides in the oceans. And then there is the demonstration of the auroras – the Aurora Borealis in the Northern Hemisphere and the Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere. These phenomena occur when there are severe magnetic ‘storms’ on the Sun.

Again there is the question: And what can we do about it? To which there is only one answer: ‘Nothing’!

One part of my research has been into the true nature of magnetic fields, and what I’ve discovered – to my surprise I might add – is that unlike the diagrams you will see in all the popularly-accepted textbooks, the shape of a magnetic field is quite different to that shown in all the conventional diagrams. Those diagrams show a shape like a rugby football; whereas I have found that the true shape is rather like that of a peanut, i.e., there is a narrowing in the centre indicating an intense magnetic pressure at this point.

Now think about this: “Why do you think that the weather patterns in the tropical regions of the Earth are so different from those areas to the north and to the south?”

Don’t believe what I’ve just told you? Go and have a look at this little demonstration:

As part of my research into magnetism I have also looked at the question of ‘what is gravity?’ This could be rephrased as ‘where does it come from?’ To be brief, my research has shown that these two things – magnetism and gravity – are directly related to each other. And here’s another interesting question: “Do you know that the force of gravity is different in different locations, and even at different times of the day?” Almost no-one knows this, and yet the Australian Government has an official publication from which you can check that what I’ve just told you is true. Check it out for yourself – here:

Climate Change, Magnetism, Gravity, and Weather Patterns


Now, I have worked out how to calculate these values geometrically! This seems mindboggling

I know, and it required a completely different approach in order to do this,

aided by the fact that I was a design-draftsman for many years and thus I used this skill in

a manner that made this research quite unique. The result has been that I have used this

geometric process to make these calculations many times over, with my results agreeing

with the official gravity values shown in the Australian Government publication.

(The official calculations of gravity values were determined by a team of people working

on each experiment within a three-hour time frame. And why is three hours relevant?

Simply it is because of the rotation of the Earth.) So, perhaps I got it right then?

Here’s just one example (Colac, Victoria):


Ref; K6491.1001


It was as a result of this exploration of gravity and of determining ‘gravity values’ that I

started to question why there are different gravity values. Indeed, this led to the search

for what it is that actually causes this ‘thing’ we call ‘gravity’. What is it, in fact? This

resulted in me starting to look at the Atomic Theory, and of the ratio of the nucleus of an

atom and the electrons surrounding that nucleus in the different elements. This led

ultimately to the discovery that the weight (mass) of an element is proportional to the

ratio between the electron(s) mass diameter to its nucleus mass diameter.

I found that this ratio happened to be the very value that is accepted as the ‘gravity value’.

(Indeed, I have calculated the gravity values of 103 of the elements in the Periodic Table

as a result of this discovery.)

It was after this discovery that I was able to compare these ‘gravity values’ with accepted

magnetic values and that both of these things have one thing in common: they result

from the activity of electrons in all elements.

It was because of this that a profound truth has emerged: ‘gravity values’ and ‘magnetic values’

are virtually the same, something that seems to have been overlooked completely in

conventional science.

And so, I can see that day coming that through our fast-developing technologies that the

science-fiction fantasy of ‘anti-gravity’ flight will, like so many other things, become a

reality at some time in the future, and at the rate of technological progress, possibly in the

not-too-distant future at that!

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The Real Cause of Climate Change!

So is it really some amorphous gases, such as CO2, that can drive changes in our climate – especially when the ice records show that the opposite is true? Or is it something else where all the records show there is a direct correlation: cause and effect?

In my opinion, based on years of study and research, there is only one basic cause: the interrelationship between the magnetic (gravitational?) fields of the Earth, the Moon, The Sun, the other Solar System planets, and our position in the galaxy. It is because these are all in constant movement, rather like a controlled ballet, that our climate is controlled in a purely cyclical way. And, once again, what can we do about it? Precisely nothing! (With due respect to our politicians who all seem to fancy that somehow they can control things!)

It is interesting to see that progress is being made in the ‘Cloud’ Experiment at CERN in Switzerland which originated from the work in Denmark by Dr Henrick Svensmark and his team who have explored the likely connection between cosmic rays from distant stars and the formation of clouds in our atmosphere and, indeed, even of the type and heights of clouds. It has been shown that the extent of cosmic rays reaching the Earth’s surface is regulated to a large degree by the magnetic strength of our Sun which varies from time to time, and of its interaction with the protective shield of the Earth’s Magnetosphere.

Check out Dr Svensmark’s work here with the film “The Cloud Mystery”:

And the CERN experiment here:

It is perhaps interesting to note that before I discovered about the ‘Cloud’ experiment I had been studying barometric pressure patterns in the Geelong area and how they related to solar cycles. My observations have shown quite clearly that there has been a correlation between the recent solar cycle of about 11 years (the Schwabe Cycle) and the seasonal barometric pressures that determine whether we have wet or dry seasons, as well as the precise times these occur. It has been particularly interesting to note the changes in the barometric pressures and the times of the year in which these have occurred. It is the occurrences of low pressures that (traditionally) bring rain, and it is the lack of such lows that lead to periods of drought such as the most recent example of prolonged drought – now broken.

The most noteworthy observation has been that there has been a shift where the timing of these low pressure systems has altered in recent years so that these are occurring now some 150 days later than they were prior to 15th February 2001 which was when there was a supposed ‘switch’ in the polarity of Sun’s magnetic field (the ‘Heliosphere’). I have calculated that the next ‘switch’ should occur on or around 22nd December 2012. (It’s a funny thing, but could this coincide with the renowned ‘Mayan Calendar’ date for the end of an epoch? Could it be that the ancient Mayans had discovered something about magnetism and gravity that we are only just rediscovering?)

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I must say that I have reached a separate conclusion as to why the Sun appears to ‘switch’ its magnetic polarity every 11 years or thereabouts – this ‘switching’ being something that has been recognised generally for some considerable time now. My theory is that we are fooled into thinking that this is what occurs, and the reality is that the Sun does not reverse its magnetic polarity but that what we observe from the Earth is caused by an optical illusion to do with our position in Space relative to the Sun’s Equator. In short, not only are we orbiting the Sun in our yearly journey around it, but also our position relative to the Sun’s Equator changes gradually over each 11-year period, just like the slow revolving of an Archimedes screw.

Indeed, the Moon moves in a similar way, controlled by the same gigantic forces, and this is demonstrated by the regular cyclic way that out tides on Earth are related to the Moon’s gravitational ‘pull’ – or should this be ‘magnetic push’?

So if you have found this information either intriguing and/or enlightening now I invite you either to contact me, or perhaps I can refer you to my book “Climate Change; Explained by Magnetism?” and also to a number of published scientific papers, including the most recent one on sea levels.

Thomas T. S. Watson

Researcher and Official U.N. I.P.C.C. Reviewer