The Electronic Barometer – Radar Data Run
A follow up to the video posted yesterday, of the ‘Nephilim Penny’ oscillator being affected by storm conditions. Included in todays video, is the actual radar imagery associated with the various times of the recordings. Info from www.wunderground.com Also a pic of the actual storm, with sun behind. Though the .gif saved radar images didn’t animate in Openshot video editor.. the data is communicated well enough, to show how the storm intensity affected the flash rate of the LED. Of most note, was that the LED was seen to be flashing slowly and prompted the look on wunderground for any storm in the area. Only after noticing the LED did a popcorn storm cloud system develop. Whatever was in the air was affecting the oscillator, before it was recorded on radar.