I would direct your attention to the above link, the direct link to the flux magnetometer reading from the University of Alaska, which monitors
realtime the emissions from the HAARP facility at Gakona Alaska.
Starting at noon of Feb 15, 2003, (about the time our weather nationally started acting wierd) there is a series of very sizeable emissions from
HAARP. These emissions increase in output through out the week, up through Feb 18, and up until yesterday (Feb 24). All emissions take place at or
immediately after 12:00 noon, Pacific Standard Time. This is noon in Gakona Alaska, obviously. The significance of this is that the sun is immediately
overhead during the times that these emissions take place.
Emissions would have begun before Comet NEATS arrival, as it would take some lead time to build up enough harmonic resonance in something the size of
the sun to create a CME large enough to affect an orbital body... as Byrd pointed out, the sun is a very large object. Keep in mind, these emissions
are likely well into the gigawatt range of output, and as I have mentioned before, we have 4 HAARP facilities in the US, and numerous others owned by
foreign governments. I would assume that as the Earths rotation carries each facility around to its respective noontime, each facility is releasing a
similar burst of radiation.
Also of interest, you may note according to the magnetometer readings, that emissions have ceased on Feb 24.... this is most likely because comet NEAT
has emerged from the far side of the sun, and is no longer close enough to be influenced by any solar event.
For those of you who are concerned, I would forecast improving weather conditions across the nation, if not globally in the next 48-72 hours, if HAARP
emissions remain turned down. Also, likely a cessation of seismic activity, at least for a while.
We can only hope that HAARP lived up to the expectations its users had, and it has done something to divert the comets trajectory. I believe it likely
would have, as the comet has lost most of its volatiles, (hence, it is not producing a tail), and in comets, typically the volatiles make up at least
60-75% of the mass. However, the projected HAARP mission could not have been totally successful, as the comet did in fact survive its perihelion
largely intact, and was observed yesterday making its outbound departure from the sun.
We can only hope that the power that be, really do know what the hell they are doing.... For me at least, this is by far the scariest aspect of the