posted on Feb, 26 2003 @ 05:28 PM
Hey guys, well, according to the Gakona magnetometer, we had some really heavy duty activity today. I believe both Energy Wave and Kaos mentioned
something about noticing a humming or other physiological effects (headaches) during the timeframe that this emission was active. Although I dont
think there has ever been a study done to correlate these effects to high powered radio emissions (Im sure the gov would never want to do such a
study, or validate one if done privately, as that would release too much info on thier systems) I have heard of similar effects associated with HAARP
in the past. I wonder if you guys wouldnt mind sharing your general location, and time zone so we can compare to what we are seeing on the
I watched the megnetometer during the day, and kept wondering, why would they be continuing the trend, if associated with NEAT? The comet is now
leaving the vicinity of the sun, so that isnt the target.... it is known that HAARP has been used to set up standing sympathetic wave oscillations
inside the Earth, basically creating artificial earthquakes.... I suppose they could be aiming to do so on the nucleus of the comet, although I highly
doubt that it would be effective, since the nucleus, even if it was 100 miles or so in diameter, wouldn't be big enough to allow sufficient wave
energy to build up to do any good. Also, solid nickle iron (likely all that is left after perihelion) is not very conducive to structural failure from
oscillation waves (or would at least require far more energy input than would be possible for such a small target).
Of course, if that is what they are now trying to do, that would indicate a fairly high level of desperation to even make such and attempt....
Or, conversely, this might signal a return to business as usual.... Someone reported deposition of chemtrails, which are also routinely associated
with HAARP activity. Maybe thier strategy with the comet worked, and they now know it is harmless to us, and they are getting back to how it used to
Times like this, it would be nice to have a source of information that was somewhat trustworthy.....