Ionospheric modification and ELF/VLF wave generation by HAARP
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Recently, we’ve been calling them “HAARP clouds”.. long ribbed cloud formations like ripples of water….. up until this point it was speculation.. BUT….. here we see these HAARP clouds listed in a HAARP MIT researchers public files from MIT…… make SURE to walk the parent directory at the link below!!!
photo below was taken by a MIT HAARP researcher while in Alaska .. several more of his own personal shots at the above link:
check out the OTHER files in this MIT backdoor.
check the ‘public’ file.. listen to the HAARP whislter that is listed in this MIT researchers cache :
Again, the above link is a back end MIT page.. download whatever you can before its gone!!! you should for sure check the UROP file as well…
BE SURE TO SEARCH THE PARENT DIRECTORIES !
MIT/HAARP the ‘BLACK MAGIC’ chart on frequency wavelength propagation
HAARP buoy project off the coast of New Zealand :
Characterization of the Modified and Ambient Lower Ionosphere for HAARP using VLF diagnostics :
It is well documented that localized conductivity perturbations in the D region cause scattering of VLF waves propagating in the earth-ionosphere waveguide. These disturbances are generally caused by localized changes in electron density or temperature.
VLF signals scattered from these disturbed regions add to the direct signal from distant transmitters to cause amplitude and phase changes in the total received signal.
Experiments by Jones et al., Dowden et al., Barr et al., and Bell et al. indicate that ionospheric disturbances produced by powerful HF heaters can generate readily measurable changes in the amplitude and the phase of subionospheric VLF signals propagating near the heater. Several different HF heating facilities located at Platteville, Colorado, at Ramfjordmoen, in Norway, and the HAARP facility in Gakona, Alaska have been used in the past to study this effect.
Since the VLF amplitude and phase perturbations are produced by D-region perturbations, a set of amplitude and phase measurements can be used to characterize the perturbed D-region.
Below are some results from Bell et al., experiment from the 1992 HIPAS campaign. This experiment uses the VLF amplitude and phase measured at Fort Yukon, Alaska, transmitted at 23.4 kHz from NPM, Hawaii. The HIPAS heater creates a disturbed region close to the great circle path between NLK and FY.
Figure 1 shows VLF data recorded on 30th of September 1992. The HIPAS heater is turned on for 100 milliseconds and turned off for the next 400 milliseconds. This cycle with a period of half a second is recorded for 28 minutes. The superposed epoch analysis shown in the middle panel is obtained by dividing the data in the upper panel into 500 millisecond segments that are subsequently summed and averaged. Thus we get a single 500 ms result. The first 100 milliseconds consists of the superposition of the direct signal and the scattered signal from heated ionosphere over the HIPAS HF heater, while the next 400 milliseconds is the direct VLF signal from NPM. There is a clear amplitude increase of about .18 dB due to the scattered signal. The spectral analysis also clearly shows the peaks at 2Hz and its harmonics.
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Figure 2 shows a similar analysis done for the phase of the VLF signal and we can see that there is a phase difference of -4.5 degrees. This phase difference is again due to the scattered signal from the heated region.
The aim of the HAARP project is to characterize the Modified and Ambient Lower Ionosphere for HAARP using VLF diagnostics. The basis of the VLF diagnostic depends on the described amplitude and phase changes in the VLF signal.
For this purpose, 3 VLF signals will be used transmitted at three different frequencies. NAA transmits at 24.0 kHz from 44:65 N 67:28 W. The signal will be received at Wasilla (61:34 N, 149:27 W). NLK (48:20 N 121:91W) transmits at 24.8 kHz. The signal is received at Healy (63:48 N , 149 W). NPM (21:41 N, 158:15 W) signal transmitted at 23.4 kHz is received at Delta Jcn (64:03 N, 145.42 W). The receiving sites are chosen such that the propagation path of the VLF signal passes through the heated region by the HAARP system which is simply shown by the red circle in the following figures.
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The 6 measurements (3 amplitude and 3 phase) of VLF signal is used to diagnose the modified temperature profile. The following diagram explaind the method implemented in the inversion of VLF data.
Here is an example of superposed epoch analysis showing the NLK VLF transmitter signal being modified by the HAARP transmitter. During the 15 minutes of modulation, there is clearly a 25 Hz signal superimposed on top of the received amplitude. The same analysis is applied to the following 15 minutes, when the modulation was off.
During the HAARP campaign during 8 March 1999-28 March 1999 VLF signals will be continuously recorded at the sites and some more results will be posted in this WWW page.
The stations used in this campaign are listed below :
HAARP Station #1 : Healy
HAARP Station #2 : Wasilla
HAARP Station #3 : Delta Junction
The HAARP IRI is a high power transmitter operating in the High Frequency (HF) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Many other high power installations operate in this band including other ionospheric research facilities and international broadcast stations. The following chart compares a few other such facilities with the HAARP IRI at various phases of its construction up to the final completed facility, the FIRI. Also see the chart of currently operating ionospheric interaction facilities showing their performance compared on a frequency basis.
The full name of each of these facilities is:
- Arecibo (National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center, Puerto Rico)
- HAARP DP (Developmental Prototype)
- HAARP Current Facility
- HAARP Final Facility
- HIPAS High Power Auroral Stimulation Observatory
- HISCAT (International Radio Observatory, Sweden)
- SURA (Radiophysical Research Institute, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
- Tromsoe (EISCAT facility, Norway)
- VOA (Voice of America – Delano, CA)
The simplest antenna systems consist of a single antenna element, often in the form of a dipole or a loop. These simple antenna types generally have a broad radiation pattern such that radio signals are transmitted (or received) over a very large number of directions. This broad coverage may be desirable for some applications. Cellular telephones, for example, must be able to send and receive the conversation toward the nearest cellular tower no matter where the user may be located and without the user having to point the handset. As a result, the antenna used in this application (a form of dipole) has a very broad area of coverage.
For other applications, it may be possible to determine where the radio signal should be transmitted. For example, antennas used on commercial and DoD satellite systems are designed to transmit (and to receive) their radio signals toward the surface the Earth since that is where the users are. These satellites, often located at geostationary altitudes, use antennas with fairly narrow radiation patterns to maximize the power reaching the Earth and to minimize the power that is wasted by being transmitted in other directions.
The HF antenna system to be used for Active Ionospheric Research at the HAARP site will assist other facility instruments in the study the overhead ionosphere. As a result, it too has been designed to optimize or restrict the transmission pattern to lie within a narrow overhead region. To achieve this desirable antenna pattern, the HAARP system uses an “array” of individual antenna elements. The HAARP antenna array is similar or identical to many other types of directive antenna types in use for both military and civilian applications including air traffic control radar systems, long range surveillance systems, steerable communication systems and navigation systems.
Whenever two or more simple antenna structures (such as the individual dipoles used at HAARP) are brought together and driven from a source of power (a transmitter) at the same frequency, the resulting antenna pattern becomes more complex due to interference between the signals transmitted separately from each of the individual elements. At some points, this interference may be constructive causing the transmitted signal to be increased. At other points, the interference may be destructive causing a decrease or even a cancellation of transmitted energy in that direction.
|Figure 1. An array of two dipole antennas.||In Figure 1 to the left, two dipole antennas are placed close to each other and excited with a transmitter. The transmitter’s power is split evenly between the two elements so that the excitations applied to each dipole are equal in amplitude and in phase. The resulting antenna pattern is narrower or sharper in the broadside direction than it would have been for either dipole alone. Moreover, the strength of the transmitted signal in the broadside direction (T1 in the figure), is stronger than the transmitted signal would have been for one dipole antenna with the same total transmitter power. The ratio of the strength of the signal at the pattern maximum (i.e. at T1) to the signal for a single antenna element is called the pattern gain. Pattern gain is accomplished at the expense of power transmitted in other directions. The strength of the signal off-broadside (T2 in the figure) would be weaker for the case of two dipoles (as shown) than it would have been for a single dipole.|
The purpose of an antenna array is to achieve directivity, the ability to send the transmitted signal in a preferred direction. If a large number of array elements can be used, it is possible to greatly enhance the strength of the signal transmitted in a given direction while suppressing or even eliminating the signal transmitted in other directions.
|Figure 2. An array of four dipole antennas. The pattern is sharper and sidelobes may be present.||By adding additional antenna elements, the pattern can be further narrowed. Figure 2, to the left, shows four dipole antennas placed near each other and excited from a single transmitter whose power has been equally split four ways such that the signals arriving at the dipoles are all of equal magnitude and all of the same phase. The pattern in this case is narrower than the previous example for two dipoles. Additionally, the strength of the signal in the broadside direction is stronger than the strength of the signal in the two dipole case (T3 > T1). Again this is accomplished by the removal of power that had been radiated in unwanted directions into the main, broadside direction or main lobe.Figure 2 also shows the appearance of lower level maxima or sidelobes in the total antenna pattern. Sidelobes are a characteristic feature of most complex antenna arrays. Sidelobes are generally undesirable characteristics of an antenna system and numerous techniques have been developed over the years to suppress them.|
It is theoretically possible to suppress sidelobes completely in an array of antenna elements if the excitation of each element is controllable. The process of shaping the antenna pattern so as to eliminate sidelobes is called tapering. Eliminating sidelobes results in less total gain at the pattern maximum, however, and it yields a broader main lobe.
|Figure 3. An array of four dipoles in which the individual elements are driven at a predetermined relative phase.||While the shape of the antenna pattern can be tailored by careful choice of the amplitude of the individual element excitations, the angle at which the pattern maximum occurs can be changed by adjusting the phase of the excitations of each of the antenna elements. If the elements are all driven in-phase, the pattern maximum will occur broadside to the array. If the phases of the excitations to each element are chosen correctly, however, the peak of the main lobe can be shifted (or steered) to a new angle relative to broadside. In general, the maximum signal strength at the new pointing angle (T4 in Figure 3 to the left) is close to but less than the broadside case.When the pattern is steered to a new direction, the shape and direction of any sidelobes that may have originally been present changes. If the pattern is steered too far relative to the element spacing, a new lobe (called a grating lobe) will appear with a peak in its pattern nearly equal to the main lobe. The point where this occurs is the maximum useful steering angle.|
The gain and narrow pattern shape obtained in an array of antenna elements can be equivalently obtained using a properly shaped reflector such as a parabolic dish. Such high gain antennas are commonly used for satellite reception by commercial enterprises and are frequently seen in suburban neighborhoods. (Dishes can actually produce much sharper patterns than can be achieved with practical sized phased arrays.) However, parabolic dishes are pointed using mechanical gears and motors and are not agile. A phased array can be re-pointed quite rapidly, dependent only on the speed with which the phases of the exciting signals at the terminals of the individual elements can be readjusted.
The examples shown above are all for arrays in which the elements are arranged in only one dimension. Such arrays are called linear arrays. It is also possible to construct antenna arrays in two dimensions (the HAARP antenna array is built in this manner). Such arrays are called planar arrays. Finally, arrays have been constructed in three dimensions and these are called volumetric arrays. Arrays in this class are sometimes used for underwater acoustic applications in which the individual array elements are acoustic transducers.
The amount of gain that is obtainable in an antenna array (remember, gain refers to the highest signal strength at the pattern maximum) is directly related to the narrowness of the antenna pattern. A narrow pattern implies a high antenna gain. A satellite dish antenna has a very high gain and a narrow antenna pattern. Manually pointing a consumer satellite dish antenna is a time consuming process since the peak of the antenna beam must be precisely positioned to point directly at the desired satellite.
The HAARP antenna array has a gain and a pattern shape that is a function of the frequency used. For the final, 180 element array, consisting of 15 columns by 12 rows of elements, the array gain will range from 100 (or 20 dB) at an operating frequency of 3 MHz to 1000 (or 30 dB) at the highest frequency, 10 MHz. The narrowest possible pattern width of 5 degrees will occur at the highest operating frequency, 10 MHz, as shown in Figure 4 to the left.
Because each of the elements in the array can be excited independently in amplitude, the array pattern can be shaped so as to reduce or eliminate extraneous and unwanted sidelobes. Also, the transmitter signal applied to the individual elements can be adjusted independently in phase, allowing great flexibility pointing the peak of the antenna pattern. To avoid grating lobes, the main lobe can only be be pointed to angles within 30 degrees of directly overhead.
Also see the HAARP Antenna Performance Parameters page for additional information.
HAARP JOINT SERVICES PROGRAM PLANS AND ACTIVITIES: Air Force Geophysics Laboratory and Office of Naval Research, February 1990 (PDF)
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Popular Mechanics Magazine: The World’s 18 Strangest Military Bases
Upper Ionosphere changes HF (high frequency) into ULF (ultra low frequency) :
In essence.. this shows that one can send a HF (high frequency) signal into the upper ionosphere with HAARP, and it “transforms” into a ULF ultra low frequency… and vice versa.. a LOW frequency modulates into the HIGH frequency!
here is the link to the “Efficiency scaling” HF transformation into ULF/VLF/ELF via the ionosphere.
Another link on MU, Japan
Modification of the Ionosphere by VLF Wave-Induced Electron Precipitation:
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Highly anisotropic distributions of energetic electrons and triggered VLF emissions
Bell et al.  have reported an exciting set of new observations, made near the equatorial plane of the plasmasphere on the L=3.4 flux tube, of hiss emissions between 4.0 and 5.6 kHz, highly anisotropic energetic electrons, and unusual VLF triggering effects at 10.2 kHz. Here we show that these data as a whole can be considered as the first experimental evidence of the existence of a special type of distribution function of energetic electrons with a step-like feature in the velocity component parallel to the magnetic field. Such a shape of velocity distribution can be crucial for explanation of triggered VLF emissions and chorus. Assuming the distribution to be step-like, we can readily explain the spatial distribution of energetic electrons along the field line observed by Bell et al. , and also strong wave amplification in the triggering process. We discuss how the step in the velocity distribution is maintained by the hiss emission. The frequency gap between the hiss band and the triggered signal is connected with the excitation of the quasi-electrostatic mode near the upper frequency edge of the hiss band.
Title : A Diagnostic System for Studying Energy Partitioning and Assessing the Response of the Ionosphere During HAARP Modification Experiments.
“The HAARP facility is classically referred to as an HF ionospheric modification facility. HF ionospheric modification entails the use of high power, high-frequency (~2-15MHZ) radio waves to modify the earth’s ionosphere.”
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Title : High-Energy Electron Beam-Induced Ionospheric Modification Experiments
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VLF and UHF station in Greenland:
Facilities via links:
AMISR : Advanced Modular Incoherent Scatter RADAR
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DIDBase list here
Earths inner magnetosphere:
Man made control of the radiation belts:
Chinas HAARP — The “meridian” :
Modifying the ionosphere with radio waves… when the ionosphere is manipulated.. shows as RADAR ECHOES :
HAARP basics from UCONN.edu :
DOPPLER PULSATION EXPERIMENT — D.O.P.E. — pulsing RADAR to measure before/during/after HAARP type facilities operate:
Presently, a Leicester built HF Doppler transmitter and receiver system is situated in the vicinity of the EISCAT radar site near Tromso (69 N, 19 E). It continuously sounds the ionosphere on a near vertical path, with a CW signal at 4.45 MHz. The system is controlled, in real time, by a PC running specially written control and logging software. The sounder avails the opportunity to observe perturbations on, and also many wave types through, the local ionosphere.
However, the sounding system was designed, specifically, to observe the ionospheric signatures of ULF waves of magnetospheric origin. The Doppler Pulsation Experiment (DOPE) involves measurements of E-region conductivities, electron density profiles and F-region flow velocities by the tristatic European Incoherent Scatter radar (EISCAT) whilst the Doppler sounder, simultaneously, records the HF radio signal reflected from the F-region.
A schematic of the DOPE arrangement is depicted here:
Below, An example of a ULF wave signature, near equinox, in a Doppler sounder record. (from the D.O.P.E. doppler pulsations experiments .. notice the RADAR is pulsed at about 4.5mhz)
The results below, from pulsing Doppler RADAR into the ionosphere, show Electron precipitation (plasma aka heating) above the station — EISCAT causing the electron precipitation — Doppler recording the whole event real time:
Below is a basic diagram showing how RADAR projects into “planes” as it scans progressively upwards into the atmosphere (and beyond into the ionosphere):
Radio frequency — emitted from microwave towers and airports — causing MULTIPLE KM wide heated areas inside of storms:
Sea Based X-Band RADAR — US Navy Vessel based out of Adak Alaska:
Mobile SBX stationed in Adak, Alaska..
The SBX is a combination of the world’s largest phased-array X-band radar carried aboard a mobile, ocean-going semi-submersible oil platform. It will provide the nation with highly advanced ballistic missile detection and will be able to discriminate a hostile warhead from decoys or countermeasures.
RADAR devices used as ‘heaters’ — Weather Modification via frequency
http://spear.unis.no/Space Plasma Exploration by Active Radar (SPEAR)
SPEAR is a revolutionary new high power radar system which is designed to carry out research into the Earth’s upper atmosphere and magnetosphere, in the vicinity of the polar cap. This research will help us answer some key questions about our aerospace environment, particularly the interaction of the solar wind and the upper atmosphere.
Currently, scientists know that energy and particles which are constantly emitted by the Sun affect the Earth. This energy is primarily deposited over several different altitudes extending from the upper atmosphere to the outer reaches of the Earth’s magnetic field (called the magnetosphere), which encompasses an altitude range of 10’s of km to several thousand km. The energy affects the Earth in many different ways from inducing huge magnetic storms (which produce the aurora) to electrical currents. However, the unpredictability and the type of processes makes it very difficult for scientists to study them in detail.
SPEAR (Space Plasma Exploration by Active Radar) is located on Svalbard above the arctic circle at78.15°N and has been in operation since 2004. The system was designed and built by the Radio and Space Plasma Physics Group at the University of Leicester, UK. UNIS took over ownership of the facility in October 2008.
The facility works by vertically emitting a radio wave (which operates at frequencies of between 4–6 Mhz) where it interacts with the ionosphere (a thin layer of ionised gas or plasma located between ~60km to more than 1000 km in altitude which acts as a boundary between the atmosphere and the magnetosphere). This results in various plasma interaction processes, some of which are outlined above, which are normally caused by the Solar magnetic field and Solar Wind interactions with the geomagnetic field. The ionosphere exhibits different behaviours at different altitudes, so by modifying the frequency and power of the wave scientists can duplicate small scale plasma processes but under more controlled conditions, effectively using the ionosphere as a laboratory. The energy deposited by SPEAR into the ionosphere is <1/10000th of that deposited by the Sun with the effects only last as long as the system is transmitting, so ironically experiments can only be done when the ionosphere is ‘quiet’ (ie. minimal interaction with the Sun).
Longitude 78° 09′ 15″ N – Latitude 16° 03′ 17″ E – Altitude 458m (WGS84)
Decimal values: Logitude 78.154° N – Latitude 16.055° E – Altitude 458m (WGS84)
Schematic showing a typical SPEAR experiment whereby the plasma interactions induced in the ionosphere by SPEAR are observed by several different instruments.
RADAR in conjunction with artificial atmospheric plasma acting as a mirror:
In the above links you will see the 150 PAGE DOCUMENT describing how the military used RF (radio frequency) to generate plasma in the atmosphere .. in conjunction with RADAR.
You will find the documents on SPRAYING BARIUM CLOUDS to aid with frequency induced plasma from RADAR and HAARP.
Again, from the .mil military website… ANOTHER example of Using HAARP type facilities in conjunction with RADAR — done at MIT using S-Band RADAR (same type as nexrad)this is a tricky one to download.. after you download it.. it will just show up as a “file”.. you need to ADD the .pdf at the end of the file name to get it to open…or you can just view it on google as long as its there.. screenshot attacheddownload here: http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA286529
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Models of ionospheric VLF absorption of powerful ground based transmitters
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Example of what we’ve been seeing on RADAR — compare this below RADAR pulse / HAARP ring, to the VLF / HF induced rings in the above .pdf:
RADAR creating “high frequency plasma lines” HFPL’s… heating the atmosphere and ionosphere .. creating plasma.. up to 5,000K (temperature)
High frequency HEATING pulses from ground based RADAR … creates electron buildup and irregularities..
Artificially induced RADAR echoes :
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Negative ions generated by ground based heaters (RADARs):
The ground based heaters are manipulating the ionosphere.. causing PMWE (RADAR echoes)… showing as layered gravity wave sensative pulses..sound familiar?
HAARP type facilities and RADAR being used to create “artificial electrons” :
Geoengineering Hurricane Sandy (Frankenstorm East Coast 2012)
Geoengineering of “Frankenstorm” Hurricane Sandy — cloud seeding, and RADAR pulses:
Below you will see excerpts from the above articles.
Multiple pulses done to Hurricane Sandy (Frankenstorm) — ironic indeed that FrankenSTEIN required lightning to come alive… as with this storm.. pulses of energy into its heart
Several dozen examples / confirmations of RADAR pulses / ‘HAARP rings’ / Scalar Squares being hit directly.. listed here:
Explanation of Lt. Col. Thomas Beardens famous “Scalar RADAR” schematic — shown in a REAL LIFE RADAR example:
RADAR pulses / HAARP Rings / NEXRAD RADAR Weather Modification :
NEXRAD RADAR sends pulses out very close to the same frequency HAARP operates on.
Normally, NEXRAD RADAR operates in the GHz spectrum — however pulses from NEXRAD can occur in the 0-12.4MHz range
“Short pulse output spectrum: -40 dB BW is 12.4 MHz, (-80 dB at +/- 62 MHz), -80 dB at +/- 19.6 MHz for congested areas(congested areas require transmitter output bandpass filter)”
RDA – Radar Data Acquisition
The RDA is the information gatherer of the system–essentially the radar itself–and is composed of four primary components:
Type: S-band, coherent chain (STALO/COHO), line modulator, klystron tube amplifier (53 dB gain typical)
Frequency: 2700 to 3000 MHz
Power: 750 kw peak at klystron output
Transmitter to antenna loss: site dependent, 2 dB typical
Average Power: 300 to 1300 watts
Pulse Widths: 1.57 and 4.5 microseconds (-6 dB points)
PRF short pulse: 318 to 1304 Hz
PRF long pulse: 318 to 452 Hz
Phase noise (system): -54 dBc required, -60 dBc typical
Short pulse output spectrum: -40 dB BW is 12.4 MHz, (-80 dB at +/- 62 MHz), -80 dB at +/- 19.6 MHz for congested areas(congested areas require transmitter output bandpass filter)
Now make note of what frequencies HAARP operates on: supposedly from 0.0 to 10MHz :
“…This is done by transmitting a focused beam of radio frequency energy, at between 2.8 and 10MHz, directly at a point in the ionosphere between 100 and 350 km in altitude, basically within the “E” layer. The energy focused in this area of the ionosphere lets the HAARP facility monitor the behavior of that area of the ionosphere during the test.”
Diagram explaining how a “mirror” is created using plasma… done in the ATMOSPHERE .. to reflect a signal over the horizon without going into space.
Now make note of what GHz the tiltable “AIM” Artificial Ionospheric Mirror in the ATMOSPHERE…
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look at pages 10 and 11 .. this paper says pulses can be emitted from below 20MHz to 24GHz:
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100 Torr. Pulsed measutemdnts were made at .992 GHz, 9.3-9.4 GHz and 24 GHz, While CW Were made at X ad L bands. Pulse lengths in the range of .2-204.s were used.the seed ionization Was produced by a radioactive source and the breakdown criterion was defined as the field at which the transmitted power is blocked during the last 5% of thepulse, which corresponds to reaching critical density.
Hypothesis / Theory :
RADAR pulses / “HAARP rings” / Scalar Squares — INFORMATION REVIEW
I propose that a series of ground based stations , using a HAARP type technology (i.e. ground based stations which emit a high frequency and / or low frequency) .. are producing pulses which we see appear on RADAR for a short time.
These RF (radio frequency) induced electromagnetic pulses are ‘heating’ the atmosphere above each station …. possibly also creating an “artificial ionospheric mirror = AIM” WITHIN THE ATMOSPHERE.
The “goal” of these frequency flashes has not yet been determined. All that has been observed, pulses are appearing, and storms are drawn to / form inside of the center of the pulses within a finite amount of time (48-72 hours after the pulse storms appear).
Observed so far :
1. Pulses throughout the RF spectrum appear on RADAR — sometimes appearing in the same geometric modulation patterns spoken about in HAARP research papers. The pulses appear coordinated with other stations, and not all stations in the same area produce the pulse.
2. SEVERAL times, in several dozen documented cases, multiple researchers have observed severe weather (tornadoes , damaging winds, and hail) develop inside these frequency pulsed epicenters. This usually occurs within 48-72 hours of the pulses being emitted from the ground based stations (usually a ground based NEXRAD RADAR or similar which produces the pulse).
This pulsed heating, done from the ground based stations, is INDUCING, or ACCENTING current coming storm systems. The energy pulses may even DRAW the coming yet-unformed storm systems to each station emitting a RF pulse.
The shapes / forms we are seeing produced on RADAR are actual “geometric modulations” [circle sweeps/haarp rings/sawtooth sweeps/scalar squares] which increase the amplitude of the signal being emitted.
The shaped pulses (circles and squares) are showing as a quick flash through the RF spectrum, and as the flash intensity increases the geometric modulation appearance on the screen changes from circle, to square, and finally sawtooth shape.
The more frequent the pulsing, and the longer the duration of the pulse, appears to determines the intensity of the coming storm, and may even be the root cause of the event.
Ground based RF (radio frequency) pulses can induce tornadic formation, as shown in laboratory experiments done by a Dual PhD Engineer from MIT.
Ground based RF (RADAR) can transmit electricity wireless to a point at a distance, as shown in the NASA / JPL 1975 2.45GHz RADAR experiments.
Ground based RF transmissions can generate super heated plasma rings / bubbles in the ATMOSPHERE. As shown in the US Navy tests using HAARP.
Ground based stations such as NEXRAD RADARS can double as “AIM generators” . As shown in real world experiments done using HAARP in conjunction with RADAR by the US Airforce, and US Navy.
Regardless of the intentions of the user / owner of the stations in question, we know that whether the RADAR pulse is intended for weather modification around the ground based station , whether the pulse is used to mimic a HAARP type signal into the ionosphere, or whether we are seeing the pulse as part of wireless power generation — ‘intended’ or not, we are seeing the pulses appear on RADAR, and then seeing storms hit the pulses shortly thereafter.
It would seem that our NEXRAD weather RADARs double as microwave heaters, electrical transmitters, and ATMOSPHERIC mirror generators. Per the findings listed above, the MHz and GHz capabilities do indeed match.
|Who is Dutchsinse?|
|Dutchsinse is Michael Yuri Janitch, from St. Louis, Missouri USA. An independent researcher, and scientist. Known for the discovery of RADAR heating / Weather Modification via frequency — more specifically known for the discovery of RADAR Pulses / “HAARP rings” / “Scalar Squares” causing severe weather to form. Born in 1976, raised in Saint Louis, Missouri — attended private and public schools — graduated highschool in 1994, dropped out of college, achieved computer science technical degree, and worked several years in the wireless telecom industry. Investigative science work began in 2010, and carries on to the present day (2013). Dutchsinse (Mike Janitch) maintains multiple websites covering earth changes (dutchsinse.com – sincedutch.com – dutchsinse.tatoott1009.com – youtube.com/dutchsinse – youtube.com/dutchsinCe – youtube.com/dutchsinsereloaded – twitter.com/dutchsinse – facebook.com/dutchsinse – facebook.com/adeptoerperfectus – socl.com/michael-janitch – and multiple google+ pages). Television shows have been made referencing the (either directly or indirectly) discoveries made by Michael Janitch — broadcasts on the Discovery Channel, History Channel, Weather Channel, CW, also well known radio shows such as Coast to Coast with George Noory, Project Camelot with Carrie Cassidy, and Infowars Alex Jones. Dutchsinse has had the distinct honor of being the ONLY US citizen to ever be listed as AND approved by website administrators as an actual “threat” on the DHS (department of homeland security) website. Dutchsinse website information has been referred to by government agencies such as the USGS , NOAA/NWS, DHS, US Navy, US Airforce, US Marines, US Army, US Central Command, NATO Allied Command — also private industry — companies such as : Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, and Northrop Grumman. Dutchsinse ( Michael Y Janitch ) can be contacted via a publicly available email address: dork2door AT yahoo DOT com|