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Introduction to Cloud Formations

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Absolutely everything in the universe derives from the same, identical form of energetic matter — the wave formation — and adheres to its rules. Every stable energetic formation is thus a wave formation: one quant (picture below, link) composed of two swirls (vortices) that are connected by an energetic path.

Water molecules, which are also small wave formations, garner their energy from the sun and other sources. Gradually, the molecules become more energetically active and their hydrogen and oxygen electron circles (loops) expand. They, then, act as an anti-gravitation force (for a limited period), which is capable of countering the earth’s gravitation, and they then proceed to evaporate in the sky. The aforementioned increase in energy expands the energetic space of the molecules and subsequently the link between neighboring molecules is weakened.

As posited in my equation of gravitation, the waves’ two vortexes are endowed with antagonistic properties, but are nevertheless aligned as one wave formation in which the forces of gravitation and anti-gravitation are in a state of perpetual superposition (Schrodinger’s ingenious idea):

energetic matter

The relative proportion of the energetic loop in a particular formation determines if the structure is in a wave or particle phase transition. Water molecules that have enlarged their energetic space ascend and enter the wave phase transition. This increase in energy results in larger cloud circles, which facilitate the circulation of additional energetic matter. The Energetic matter is in a state of perpetual motion and in order to maintain this movement it must be enclosed in a wave formation. Therefore, the energy creates clouds, and every type of cloud is essentially a wave formation.

Logically, waves should constantly expand due to the constant increase of energy from the sun. However, nature follows its own set of rules. Wave theory contends that from the moment that the creation of an energetic wave is complete it ceases to expand. They can only absorb or store limited quantities of energy temporarily. In our particular case of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, the energy is expelled and dispersed primarily by lightning, which is a pure form of energetic matter (quark). Consequently, rain is always accompanied by a rise in the temperature of the surrounding area.

Energetic clouds (waves), which take various forms and sizes, play an instrumental role in our planet’s circulation and storage of water and energy. In the atmosphere, water molecules lose energy due to low temperatures, and they subsequently contract in to a more concentrated form. This obviously enhances their gravitational properties, and their highly-energetic links transform into smaller, low-energy connections. Subsequently, the molecules return to earth and disperse their energy in the form of rain.

There are manifold cloud formations, but I will concentrate on those that provide the clearest example of the interesting phenomenon of wave formation. Cirrus clouds, which are thin and exist at an elevation of 17,100-18,300 feet, are a classic example of wave (loops) structure:

A rare formation

Closed cloud formations depict the circulation of energetic matter in circular structures. The inner spaces of a young, highly-energetic cloud appears to be empty, but in fact contain fully energetic matter that blows water molecules to the cloud’s periphery.

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