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George D. Freier

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This paper shows how the field parameters throughout a thunderstorm are related, and it shows how some of these relations have been adequately tested, while other relations will require more testing. It is shown how precipitation currents can alter the storm's behavior in predictable ways, and, as an example of this type of modification, how the thunderstorm can become a much larger generator of electrical energy.

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GEORGE D. FREIER

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The concept of how the conducting atmosphere in various states of ionization can lead to various relaxation times for changes in the observed electric field is investigated. It is concluded that the observed relaxation times can be short, and that the short relaxation times will exist even though Ohm's law is not strictly obeyed in relations between the current density and the electric field.

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