If you want to post a new thread, then go ahead. The latest link I posted was brought to my attention by a member named HankMcCoy, other then that, everything has been dug up by me. I don't really need stars or ATS-points, I just like getting to the truth. I'm not looking for popularity, but if you want, then go right ahead, as you can use everything I've posted.
Originally posted by OldDragger
reply to post by TravisT
I think you should post thst link as a new thread! Watch your wording so the mods don't close it.
I think this puts the idea that this was anything other than a missile to bed once and for all!
Please try a new thread! I'd post itm but credit goes to you!
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
Originally posted by wtfhuh
The heater so far has only produced visual effects in the ionosphere at a range of 150-300km straight up.
These optic effects can not be seen by eye and need to use various instruments to capture.
I believe the technical name for it is "HF pumped enhanced airglow"
Thank you for that PDF...
You have just provided very convincing evidence that it was the EISCAT facility that made the spiral...
From the abstract in your link:
The EISCAT high-frequency (HF) transmitter facility at Ramfjord, Norway, has been used to accelerate F-region electrons sufficiently to excite the oxygen atoms and nitrogen molecules, resulting in optical emissions at 630, 557.7 and 427.8 nm. During O-mode transmissions at 5.423 MHz, using 630 MW effective radiated power, in the hours after sunset on 12 November 2001 several new observations were made, including: (1) The first high-latitude observation of an HF induced optical emission at 427.8 nm and (2) Optical rings being formed at HF on followed by their collapse into a central blob. Both discoveries remain unexplained with current theories.
Now, that description from the 2001 experiment exactly describes what was seen 12/9/09, does it not? Do you not find it curious that the exact same optical discovery that they made 8 years ago all of a sudden happens very near their facility? You have to know that they've been working on this, right? As far as the altitude and being able to see them goes, what makes you think that they haven't made any advances in creating these spirals since 1999?
[edit on 14/12/2009 by Iamonlyhuman]
Originally posted by Gweedy
I deffinately think your on to something my friend. You should look at Project Blue Beam as well.
Project Blue Beam
I personally believe that all of the spirals and lights streaks in the sky are experiments of this project. Manipulation of the northearn lights, or something similar anyway.
Just a hunch.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Josephus23
Conspiracy theories are based on, rely on, a lack of data. They thrive on speculation.
[edit on 12/15/2009 by Phage]