Some info about and from the two scientists that scheduled the experiment:
(There is some really important info in here. One line indicates that they know how to alter the temperature of places on land... and it is done by
modifying the mesosphere.... that is basically weather manipulation at its finest.. what they have been claiming for decades was all imaginary...
towards the bottom he tells how it works.. there are two circular, rotating waves involved.)
Research regarding Antti Kero:
Here is a document written last year by one of the men who performed the TEQUILLAsunrise:
Here are some excerpts I found really important:
"According to theoretical models, the
EISCAT Heating facility is capable of increasing the electron temperature by a factor
of 5[10 in the D region, depending mostly on the electron density profile. Various
indirect evidence for the existence of the D-region heating e®ect has been available,
including successful modification of ionospheric conductivities and mesospheric chem-
istry. However, an experimental quantification of the electron temperature at its
maximum in the heated D-region ionosphere has been missing."
"In recent years, there has been a growing scientific interest on the altitudes of the
mesosphere and the lower thermosphere, i.e. the D-region ionosphere (50-100 km).
This research is largely motivated by an acute need for better understanding of the
coupling between the upper atmosphere and the climate system. For instance, several
studies have shown that the solar particle forcing on the coupled ion and neutral chem-
istry in the D region leads to formation of odd nitrogen and odd hydrogen compounds,
which can reduce significantly the ozone content in the mesosphere and stratosphere
[e.g. Randall et al., 1998; SeppÄalÄa et al., 2007; Lop¶ez-Puertas et al., 2005]. This process
takes place especially inside the polar vortex, where the air mass is isolated and trans-
ported downward. According to some models, the ozone change due to this process
is capable of changing the atmospheric circulation and causing significant anomalies
in ground temperatures [Rozanov et al., 2005]. Most recently, these anomalies are
verified by temperature records [SeppÄalÄa et al., 2008].
The climate predictions by the IPCC  are based on models which ignore the
poorly known solar particle forcing. This might not be justified in the future. Besides
the solar particle input, there is also a variety of other poorly understood phenomena,
such as transient luminous events [Enell et al., 2008a] and meteoric forcing on the
atmosphere [Gabrielli et al., 2004], which might be important [ or just interesting.
In this thesis, traditional radio wave methods, such as incoherent scatter radar
experiments, riometer measurements and HF heating experiments, are used for remote
sensing of the D region in advanced ways, combining novel experimental methods with
a detailed modelling approach. Especially, the active heating e®ect on the D-region ion
chemistry is considered. This work is part of the research conducted in the Aeronomy
Unit of the SodankylÄa Geophysical Observatory (SGO) concentrating on the altitudes
of the mesosphere and the lower thermosphere."
"After the Second World War, scientists started to explore radio wave heating
techniques for modifying ionospheric conditions. The first megawatt-range heating
facilities were built in the 1970s (Platteville, Colorado, USA and SURA, Novgorod,
USSR). Especially the usage of a periodically heated ionosphere as a large-scale an-
tenna for electromagnetic wave generation at low frequencies was studied extensively.
In the USA as well as the former USSR, this research was motivated by the military
requirement to communicate with deeply submerged submarines, although in prac-
tise, the capability of heating facilities for this purpose turned out to be insu±cient
[Barr, 1998]. However, scientific usage of active heating techniques expanded to vari-
ous fields, some of them introduced in Section 1.2. New facilities were built for these
purposes in the 1980s (Arecibo, Puerto Rico, USA; Troms¿, Norway; HIPAS, Alaska,
USA) and most recently HAARP in Alaska, USA (1995) and SPEAR in Svalbard
"Heating experiments today
Artificial optical emissions Heater-induced plasma turbulence is responsible for
artificial optical emissions similar to natural aurora"
"EISCAT Heating facility [Rietveld et al., 1992] is located at the EISCAT main-
land transmitter site, next to the UHF and VHF radars (see Fig. 2.1). The heater
consists of 12 power amplifiers of 100 kW nominal power and three phased arrays
of crossed dipole antennas, later referred to as EISCAT Heating Antennas 1, 2 and
3. Crossed dipoles are used for generating one of the two circular polarisations, later
called O-mode and X-mode corresponding to the left- and righthanded direction of
the radio wave electric field rotation, respectively"
I can't read anymore.. i got about half way thru for now.
Research regarding Markus Rapp:
Prof. Dr. Markus Rapp
Head of Department
Dept. Radars and Sounding Rockets
Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics
University of Rostock
"From January 2008, the department has also been hosting activities utilizing sounding rockets for high resolution measurements of turbulence and
aerosol parameters. Measurements with sounding rockets provide the only means by which corresponding high resolution measurements (spatial resolution
~ centimeters) in the middle atmosphere are feasible."
This rocket range is located about 40 miles from Tromso.. if the rocket was not sent up from here it easily could have been transported.. which could
account for the smoke near the ground.
I'm done.. ive been up all night... I could keep going but.. ya. Good night.. ill be on later if you guys have any questions.
[edit on 14-12-2009 by danman23]