Perhaps, by now, it is possible to control/check UFOs events, everywhere in the world and to verify if in that specific zone an IR anomaly has been
recorded. How? With MODVOLC
(Modis Thermal Alert/ Near real time thermal monitoring of global hot-spots) not
only (as provided for there in are recorded), the infrared sources from Volcanoes or Wildfire but it can also be established on the Infra Red
radiations of UFOs with the instruments of the satellite system. There is only the absence of published real-time depictions of the daily fresh data -
the measured results are cached somewhere and appear earlier than the day after the observation.
As an example, I've uploaded images of hotspots from Russia and Baltic Sea (I don’t know what these hot spots are…).
So I ask you for your assistance in verifying my theory - I therefore ask specifically about the arguments for or against.
Nevertheless, in my opinion, with MODVOLC,….. TO TRACK OR TO CHECK SOME UFOS EVENTS, IS POSSIBLE…
According to my observations are to establish clear MODVOLC concentrations of IR sources in certain places.
Accordingly, some of these "sources of infrared phenomena" mostly present at certain locations.
So there are clearly local areas with only sporadic and less frequent presence of the infrared hot spots and there are other local areas with a real
concentration and frequency of the IR echoes!
We should investigate and I therefore propose that a "test case" on a broad basis and would recommend to any interested ATS member in his/her
neighborhood about the possible sources for the IR-Fi hotspots search.
This would help to give an accurate picture about the true nature of "many volcanoes and bush fire alarms" identify to. No question - the volcanoes
and bush fires are gathered from observation satellites - but the vast majority of hotspots are clearly other factors at the infrared sources.
And to find the broadest possible detail out to you I address my request for assistance, here is a
Manual for MODVOLC:
1.) we open the page: modis.higp.hawaii.edu...
2.) we click in the image on one area (for example, place of residence or destination, etc.) and we can then narrow further with the zoom function to
the desired area. Or do we choose a predetermined target area (right in the forms: "go to region" or "go to subregion.")
This image shows a relatively even current view (usually the day before) - so we choose a longer period of observation (summarize by month / quarter /
3.) The image then shows all the detected infrared positioning for the selected period. Below the images will appear all the important data on the
place and date of the IR measurement. (Click here to view the file MODVOLC for the hot-spots shown above: Alert Text File)
4.) we choose a specific alarm and use the exact coordinates (Year. Mon. Dy. Hr. Mn. Longitude. Latitude etc.) for searching and for comparison with
the same coordinates when google.maps or other similar mapping services.
5.) by comparing the MODVOLC images with the map data can be the source of the infrared localize hotspots.
A knowledgeable local ATS member can go further into details and try to find out more details, see the place in order to draw conclusions about the
possible type of sources. There is not only the famous (and MODVOLC called "volcanoes" and "wildfire" of course) even more "known" sources, such
as procedures or fire damage in an industrial plant ...
But it will also show “Unidentified Sources”. In these infrared hotspots could then be determined and tracking or checking the UFOs and this
could be an interesting instrument or tool of verification for the sights!
The aim of this sifting of data is therefore to test my theory - that is, either to confirm or refute them, because I claim:
If UFOs emit in the infrared range, then from MODVOLC be identified, even the UFOs and appear with their coordinates and the registration date in the
text- and alert file as a hotspot in the image.
That would in my view, perhaps the best way to prove the existence of UFOs directly with measured results!