The planetary alignment index indicates combinations of planets that are aligned in straight lines at a given time. The index is determined based on locations of all planets in the Solar system, including the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
This index indicates the fluctuation in Space, and when the index fluctuates rapidly over a short period of time, it is a warning sign to watch for various types of natural disasters, like formation of significant storms, large earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
The CME index indicates the level of energy ripples produced by the Sun as it propagates toward the Earth's orbital path.
It is used as an indicator that eruptions at the Sun are rippling through Space and can influence the Earth in various ways, especially when the CME watch threshold is above 0.2.
The global storm index indicates the maximum global storm wind speed at a certain time. The wind speed data is extracted from weatherunderground.com
When the index fluctuates rapidly over a short period of time, it is a warning sign for significant storm formations. This index is also inversely linked with the uptick of large earthquakes and other types of natural disasters.