Our planet’s polar wind patterns are driven from the outside and not by any surface or internal Earthbound processes or “dynamos”. The main outside source of these polar winds is quite obviously the varying strength and direction of the Birkeland Current stream of electrically charged particles that it delivers here, both to and from the Sun.

Author and electrical engineer Donald E. Scott, PhD, details this undeniable scientific evidence of cause and effect—solar Birkeland Currents cause patterns in the polar winds which effect the weather—another verification of the Electric Universe Model of Cosmology.

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Birkeland Currents and Weather, Chapter 12
“The Interconnected Cosmos”
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