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A Quest For New Understandings

Ground-breaking research often starts with a perplexing question:  if the moon’s gravitational force affects Earth’s tides, then is it possible that the solar wind or an electromagnetic force field could affect a chief component of atmospheric motion or even activate a series of earthquakes?   And so a journey, a quest for reaching new understandings, begins.  Our view may be different, but we are continually seeing astounding, breathtaking results.

A considerable amount of research initiated in the atmospheric sciences today continues to get its roots from theories decades old that ironically have not been ‘re-calibrated’ with modern principles & visionary ideas.  For example, even though a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil today is a minuscule cause of a tornado in Texas tomorrow — as per the ‘Butterfly Effect’, a part of the Chaos Theory — this same theory limits science to better understand how to predict long-range weather more accurately.  To the contrary, AFC steps out of the box and stresses the harmonious interconnectedness of the Earth’s atmosphere with events such as solar cycles and electromagnetic fluxes.  In other words, we believe we bring a more complete picture to understanding better the why and how questions related to energy fields that potentially formulate our weather.

These are the main four parts of our research:

  • Trans-Oceanic Research Alliance in Advanced Meteorological Applications for the Environment
    • Global Assessment and Prediction of Earth Climatic Shifts
    • Geopolitical and Economic Risk and Terror Threat Analysis
  • WMSA
    • Weather Modeling Sensitivity Analysis

    Companies can opt-in to TORAAMAE at different levels of investment.  In return, AFC offers not only shares its developments with those clients but also gives a rewarding package of steeply-discounted services, inclusive in-house visits, as well as a partnership in AFC providing strategic recommendations.

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