due to the known ELF frequency that can penetrate the Earth's surface and detect hidden bunkers, oil, gas e.t.c.
"the known ELF frequency"? There's only one? Sigh. ELF EM happens all the time, all around you, and at power levels higher than any HAARP can
induce. Which is to say, two gnat hairs above nothing instead of one.
With HAARP, they thought they would have a little more versatility and the ability to communicate at higher data rates and more efficiently with
submarines at depth.
Actually, no. The data rate is limited by the frequency you are using. You don't have much at ELF, even in the "higher" ELF band the Navy used to
use, it's still pitiful. It doesn't matter where it originates from, either Seafarer or HAARP. Still, HAARP's induction of ELF waves was an
interesting alternate source in the event that Seafarer was knocked out, AND you had just the right conditions over Gakona for doing it. But Navy
dropped ELF not long after anyway. Now it's all VLF and lasers.
Brooks Agnew, a specialist in the area of earth penetrating tomography...
is a hollow Earther and a whack job. He also tries to make pitiful demonstrations involving subwoofers while pointedly dancing around the point that
ELF EM is not in any way related to ELF sound waves.
Oh, and when he says he was generating 30W of ELF EM using a field rig, that's a damned lie. Sorry, but it is. Seafarer put something like 2MW of
input power into generating something like 6W of ELF output, using a 50 mile long wire. Somewhere around here I've got the Seafarer project spec
manual, but I'm pretty sure that's in the ballpark. HAARP limits out at about 30W of actual induced power during perfect conditions, most of the
time it's in the single digits.
He was speaking on weapons of mass destruction and he asserted that "electromagnetic waves can be used to stimulate geophysical events such as
earthquakes, climate change, volcanic eruptions and the like".
But why that was attributed to HAARP is beyond me. He was likely referring to something else, like Proteus. There have also been experiments wherein
they applied a lot of power directly into the ground trying to get effects like that, which he may also have been referring to.
Oh, how does it do that? Go look up "magnetotellurics". Basically, you are looking at tiny electrical signals induced in the ground by small changes
in the Earth's background magnetic field. You can do mathematic transforms on the voltages you see vs the magnetic field changes that provoke them
(you need really expensive magnetometers for the other data) and produce a map sort of like you do a CT scan. The trick is to get the magnetic field
perturbations when you want them, if you want to get it done quickly. Otherwise you have to stake out the area you want to map and wait for something
that causes this, a nice electrical storm moving by a few miles away or sunrise/set will do it. Think of the HAARP version as onshore CSEM with the
source being way off.
Tesla ended recanting the thing about "earth splitting" because he was wrong. You also won't find any accounts of his having done it with a
building other than the ones he wrote - there were no other reports of it. Not to mention that it doesn't make sense from a mechanical point of view.
It takes a hi-q structure with a strong resonance and a lot of input energy to get a Tacoma Narrows effect on a macrostructure.
(Source as posted). Note that it says looking at ways to cause earthquakes. I t makes no mention of whether they can be caused. All the rest of the
things in the article I would agree with as they are based on electro-magnetic effects.
Only it's Begich, so you can figure that either he's trying to draw you into making non-sequitur conclusions or he's just wrong, I'd say 90% of
his "book" falls into these categories. Example: Operation Argus and Starfish Prime were high altitude nuke tests, but had nothing to do with
earthquakes, other than on sites with "creative" postings. You'll often see them confused with Prime Argus, which was something else entirely. Thus
do you get people like Begich (or Alex Jones et al) that try to strain for the connection between Prime Argus, Starfish Prime, Operation Argus, and
the ionosphere with a desperate attempt to connect HAARP to earthquakes. Sigh. Prime Argus, btw, was a follow-on to Vela. Part of what it studied was
how to distinguish nuclear blasts from earthquakes using seismological data.
Unfortunately in the second part they introduced that idiot Brooks Agnew...
Oh, was that the horrible program narrated by Frakes that shows the fraudulent "ELF generator" clearing the fog out of the tube, followed by that
whackjob Agnew with the loudspeaker? I watched that once, there's lies and misrepresentations galore.
Yes , but only small earth quakes , haarp is used to locate oil ,water , it gives off certain vibrations or sounds when it hits oil , its like
plucking a guitar string...
EM is not sound, sound is not EM. It's not at all alike. It doesn't give off sound or vibrations when it hits oil. You can use HAARP as a
magnetotelluric scan source, but you can also just wait for sunrise or set, or a thunderstorm to get the same effect. All you need is some slow
oscillation of the local EM field and a lot of really pricey probes laid out in a grid. The impetus to push the field lines around can come from a lot
of sources. Usually you just wait for sundown.
The resonating frequency of the earth (known as the Schumann resonances) is very low, in or below the ELF bands.
Actually, that's not "the resonating frequency of the Earth", depending on what you mean by that. The Schumann resonance set is the natural
frequency of the Earth-ionosphere sphere-in-sphere waveguide. Since they're not perfect spheres, you don't get a single resonance. And it's an EM
resonance, not a mechanical one. Also Tesla never had "an earthquake machine", it was something he was spouting off about trying to get funding.
...so that would be my first tip that HAARP doesn't operate in ELF.
And it doesn't, at least not directly, but you can induce ELF production in the ionosphere using HAARP, and you in fact do just that in a number of
types of experiments they do there.
The book is called Angels Don't Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology...
Your IQ will drop a dozen points just looking at the thing. Open it and your brains will degrade to the point that you'll think Tinky Winky is Albert
Einstein. Begich is full of crap. Period.
Radiowaves can creat a resonance/ vibration. Look at your microwave oven, its a little radiotransmitter ! Radiowaves resonate/ vibrating the molecules
of your food and warms it up by rubbing/resonate/vibrating the molecules.
Um, no. It uses dielectric heating to spin the water molecules around, using the little electric dipole that water has. No mechanical resonance at
all, other than a QM one. Which is not a macroscale vibration. Of course, that's ignoring the fact that you wouldn't have more than a few microwatts
per square meter of power applied with HAARP.
It was the US Navy who were responsible for Project “Prime Argus” - a precursor program to HAARP. Argus was responsible for exploding three atomic
bombs in the Van Allen belts and, thereafter monitoring the resultant effects...
And you're another one that confuses Starfish Prime with Prime Argus. Bzzt.
BTW, Eastlund and HAARP are not the same.
GENERATION OF ELF/VLF WAVES.
GENERATION OF IONOSPHERIC HOLES/LENS.
GENERATION OF FIELD ALIGNED IONIZATION.
OBLIQUE HF HEATING.
GENERATION OF IONIZATION LAYERS BELOW 90 KM.
Ah, the "let's cite some scary sounding but non-sequitur terms and pretend they relate" attack.
The result is that ELF radiation could be directed to a specific area on the surface of the planet, at will.
You can't really direct ELF. Go find out how tightly you can focus an EM wave based on the wavelength. It's basic EM physics. We'll wait. Hint -
anything with a minimum focal spot of a few thousand miles ain't "focused" in my book.
It follows that, by assembling two such scalar potential functions in beams , one can produce a scalar potential interferometer ...
Ah, Bearden. There's no such thing as "scalar waves", and Bearden is, if anything, more full of it than Begich. You'll note that both of them got
their doctorates from diploma mills for a few hundred bucks.
Can a scalar potential interferometer be produced?
Your cites are non-sequiturs to your argument - they don't have anything to do with "scalar waves".
Don't you know that you can make your own Scalar waves by wrapping electrical wires around a figure eight in the shape of a möbius coil?
Not really. What you get is a non-inductive wirewound resistor. See also Aryton-Perry windings. The opposing fields reduce the reactance to zero, if
done perfectly. That means the only energy transformation going on there is the resistance of the coil turning power into heat.
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025...
It isn't a guide to current technology. Go read the preface - it'll tell you who wrote it, for whom, and what their backgrounds were. Oh, right, you
guys avoid that part like the plague. I like "This report contains fictional representations of future situations/scenarios. Any similarities to real
people or events, other than those specifically cited, are unintentional and are for purposes of illustration only."
"In December 1994, the Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force (CSAF) tasked Air University to conduct a study to identify the concepts,
capabilities,and technologies the United States will require to remain the dominant air and space force in the first quarter of the 21st century.
The study was called Air Force 2025. What follows are the unclassified final results of that study. They offer a rich glimpse into the future-
suggesting the clear imperatives and the important risks and opportunities the United States Air Force might face at the start of the new century.
2025 was a unique challenge-and opportunity-for Air University and the faculty, staff, and students from Air War College and Air Command and Staff
It's a term paper from the AF War College.
Bu what if we could send and receive messages from subs while submerged at 2000 feet…
You could never send. ELF/VLF are receive only. And yeah, I know what I'm talking about on this one. You have to trail a long wire sensor array to do
it - and even then you're not really receiving with it in the sense that it's hooked to a receiver directly - the tail basically looks at the slopes
of the e-field produced by the ELF and calculates out what you would have seen with a receiver. It's really indirect. Later receivers ditched the
trailing sensor and replaced it with a pair of SQUIDS that looked at the h-field of the ELF.
And no, the wire taps never used ELF either. Ivy Bells used divers and recorders, later versions use various tricks, in some cases a laser is
involved, in others there's a buoy that floats at night and sends back data bursts.