One limitation that should be mentioned pertains to predicting the outcome of atmokinesis influences. The atmosphere is a chaotic system and even the slightest of atmokinesis influences to one part of a weather system can excite to result in larger effects on the system as a whole than initially expected.
This makes weather influencing difficult to predict accurately, especially in regard to experients influencing day-by-day (within 24 hours, but more than hour-by-hour) weather conditions even with all known values and variable considered.
Chaos theory states that the slightest variation in the motion of the ground can grow with time. This idea is often referred to as the butterfly effect suggesting that the minute motions caused by the flapping wings of a butterfly could eventually result in marked changes in the state of Earth’s atmosphere.
Because of this effect, this sensitivity to minute changes, weather influence will never be deterministic. This is because atmospheric flow itself is not governed by classical physical laws alone, but also quantum-like chaos with intrinsic non-local connections.
Atmokinesis experient influence appears limited to estimations of the expected value of variables in which have not yet been observed by the atmokinesis experient, but by which are expected to happen at a future date. In other words, atmokinesis experient influence does not appear to defy forecasts, which is a popular misconception. Instead, experients of atmokinetic phenomena appear to excite already predicted weather conditions.
Another popular misconception, and very dangerous misconception, is in regard to atmokinesis experients in which attempt to direct strong breezes to their region to alleviate the discomfort of high temperatures. Warm air masses can result in thunderstorms, which can develop into supercells, a form of thunderstorm that is characterized by the presence of a mesocyclone – an air vortex.
Once a mesocyclone is present, this vortex can become a violent, rotating column of air otherwise known as a tornado. Such inadvertent weather modifications may pose serious threats to many aspects of civilization including ecosystems, natural resources, food and fiber production, economic development, and human health and wellbeing.
Therefore, it is imperative for atmokinesis experients to understand the laws that govern weather conditions as a means to prevent undesirable, and in some cases extreme, weather conditions.
(Adapted from the eBook “ Manual of Atmokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement ” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)