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Originally posted by On the Edge
About to go to sleep,too tired to read all the posts right now,and not being very well-versed on these matters anyway,...I found this article of interest a while back and thought it might be worth sharing.
"How to Make an Earthquake"
Here's how you initiate a very large earthquake with such weapons. Take a convenient fault zone of set of them. Focus the interferometry on the fault zone, in the "diverging" mode, and deposit EM energy there in the rocks on both sides, increasing (slowly) the stress in the rocks by the reverse piezoelectric effect (deposit excess energy, get crystal mechanical movements). Do it slowly, and the stress will build up to large pressures well-above a plate slip minimum energy required. At some point, the rocks yield and one or both sides "slip" and move rather sharply, giving a very large earthquake in that zone. Do the same thing down in the earth (remember, LWs easily penetrate right through the earth and ocean at will, and so the "interference zone" focus can be inside the earth or beneath the ocean, at will.
Analysis of the images suggests that a piezoelectric transformer manufactured from PZT is capable of emitting the light from the gas atoms and molecules
Originally posted by Bedlam
Originally posted by Smell The Roses
The Begich/ Manning book asks whether that knowledge will be used by war-oriented or biosphere-oriented scientists."
Too bad Begich and Manning are total idiots. You do know that old Nick's "doctorate" is a $400 sheepskin from an online homeopathy school in Sri Lanka, don't you?
"The military has had about twenty years to work on weather warfare methods, which it euphemistically calls weather modification. For example, rainmaking technology was taken for a few test rides in Vietnam. The U.S. Department of Defense sampled lightning and hurricane manipulation studies in Project Skyfire and Project Stormfury.
Typical Begich crap, you'll note he left out the part that these were cloud seeding and balloon/wire projects. No eeeevil HAARP waves.
And they looked at some complicated technologies that would give big effects. Angels Don't Play This HAARP cites an expert who says the military studied both lasers and chemicals which they figured could damage the ozone layer over an enemy.
Alvin Toffler. He writes 'what if' books on these sorts of things, but he's a shock futurist.
Looking at ways to cause earthquakes, as well as to detect them, was part of the project named Prime Argus, decades ago. The money for that came from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA, now under the acronym ARPA.)
Prime Argus focused on using nukes to do this. Not radio waves. Another pseudo-truth from Begich.
In 1994 the Air Force revealed its Spacecast 2020 master plan which includes weather control. Scientists have experimented with weather control since the 1940's, but Spacecast 2020 noted that "using environmental modification techniques to destroy, damage or injure another state are prohibited." Having said that, the Air Force claimed that advances in technology "compels a reexamination of this sensitive and potentially risky topic."
It's not a "master plan", it's a senior project run out of Maxwell AFB's war college. It features input from ROTC cadets and Hollywood directors. It is interesting, but it's a "what might space warfare be like in 2020" study that has very wide acceptance of material included. You ought to read the preamble, where they'll tell you who wrote what and what the purpose was.
A master plan it's not.
Sorry but I don't think you got the whole HAARP thing covered, especially not when we have experts speaking out and saying differently... Any by experts I mean people with REAL knowledge, first hand...I really doubt you know the specifics of what this "machine" can do. This is pretty much one of the largest secrets, in terms of potential use and capabilities the government has...
If you're quoting Begich as an expert, you aren't up on what's real and what isn't, I'm afraid. There is very little that's accurate in any of Begich's material; he might be expert on writing dramatic fiction but not in the sciences.
Originally posted by tektek2012
reply to post by Smell The Roses
yeah a good amount of those are wrong.
Originally posted by Donny 4 million
Originally posted by Bedlam
Who ever told you that one? Cross 'em off your list. It's pure bunk. Absolutely wrong. Typical confusion of radio and sound. Typical, that is, for an uneducated layman
That's because it's all wrong. The real stuff isn't nearly as interesting.
When are you ever even going to get your status up and near layman?
Laymen can see spin and total crap at the bat of an eye. Which level of academia does your meaningless rhetoric come from. HAARP can cause physical vibration. period.
Originally posted by Tom_Proctor
Hey guys, this signal was on during the Chile earthquake about 2 hours ago.
It is no longer up!
I will continually update this thread.
V = F x λ 344 m /s = F x (2 x H) ( To work out H outside, i guess you locate the altitude of the ionosphere(90Km's) 344 m/s = F x ( 2 x 90000m ) 344 m/s = F x 180000 F = 344 m/s ÷ 180000 F = 0.001911111111111111111111111
Originally posted by NotTheOne
To be corrected, not all the power comes from HAARP, they have 360 kWatts of power fed into HAARP, and they use the waves from the antenna array and use the Ionosphere to amplify the power of the waves, by heating the Ionosphere up, so infact, HAARP isnt the one with the power its the Ionosphere.
The ion channel was the missing circuit element I was looking for" "And it [memristor / synapse] already existed in nature"