The biotic pump theory. (How it works, and why metorologists are so set against it)!

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Brian White
The biotic pump theory. (How it works, and why metorologists are so set against it)!

I read about the biotic pump theory a few years ago.  Enhanced transpiration and precipitation over rainforests create a vast low pressure zone that sucks in even more moisture from over the ocean!  This is a very positive feedback loop.       The theory was developed by 2 russian nuclear physicists and sprung upon the world in 2006.   Reception was hostile.  Meteoroligists has a simple answer.  Rainfall actually causes local high pressure so the biotic pump cannot possibly work.  But their models are so wrong when they spit out figures for the amazon that maybe it needs a second look.  (They constantly show a puny amazon river when they run their models).    Also, the rejection does not look like scientific scepticism,  it looks much more like religous belief.  https://2s3c.wordpress.com/2012/03/31/brief-history-of-the-winds-paper/  Anyway,  I actually helped the authors with some text on their website but I just did not understand the theory or how to  get it to a wider audience.   People clam up when they see the complicated math.   However,  now I think I have a universally understood way to show that the theory does indeed produce the winds that they talk about.   It uses an anology that I think is close enough and I think that people will grasp it pretty quickly.   You will find it at this link.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPO8dWm_GIg  Put simply, convection clouds over the amazon are acting in a similar way to how a fleet of donut shaped derigibles would, if they were trying to maintain a lower height than their gas supplies allowed them to float at.   Please check it out and comment.   Thanks   Brian