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Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by Amaterasu
Scalar waves are very possible, but with California and the dead fish, the bees, just very cautious about this right now. I don't want to say what came to mind regarding HAARP and California.
I take it the can doesn't have a digital thermometer display or you would have mentioned how hot it got? Some people think an outdoor temperature of 80 is hot (and it can seem much hotter due to the greenhouse effect if you're inside a van), some people think 110F is hot. So hot is a relative term.
Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
- The van got gradually hotter, but in a very short period of time. Not the engine, nothing wrong with the workings of the van, but it got hot enough for my 4yo to feel very uncomfortable.
- At the same time, little black balls started falling from the sky on the van in what my 4yo describes as "black rain". As my wife was driving 50mph, she could make out what looked to be BEES.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
If it happened in CA, it wasn't caused by HAARP, I can tell you that much.
The purpose of HAARP is to research, both passively as well as actively, the behavior of the ionosphere. This is done by transmitting a focused beam of radio frequency energy, at between 2.8 and 10MHz, directly at a point in the ionosphere between 100 and 350 km in altitude, basically within the "E" layer. The energy focused in this area of the ionosphere lets the HAARP facility monitor the behavior of that area of the ionosphere during the test. It should be stated that although the facility's total transmitting power is 3.6 megawatts, only about 80% (2.8 megawatts) actually reaches the ionosphere due to antenna inefficiencies
transmitting a focused beam of radio frequency energy, at between 2.8 and 10MHz, directly at a point in the ionosphere between 100 and 350 km in altitude
Fluctuations in the magnetosphere are associated with auroral activity, commonly known as the "Northern Lights." Given that the sun causes fluctuations in the magnetosphere constantly and causes significant fluctuations during solar storms, the lack of a link between solar activity and earthquakes further calls into question a link beteen the magnetosphere and plate tectonics. Lacking documentation of a connection between the magnetosphere and tectonic stability, a connection between HAARP and earthquakes is speculation not based on science.