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Originally posted by Aeons
Originally posted by grimdar
Do compasses fluctuate? Is it normal? Mine is fluctuating 20 degrees, you can see the needle going back and forth, usually every 20 seconds or so. There is no interference around me.
Can you set it down on a level surface and leave it for a while, then check back? Perhaps movement from your hand, or movement from moving the device is still rocking it for a bit. If you let it settle for a bit in one level location, does it still do it?
Originally posted by roguepriest
reply to post by Aeons
I wonder if taking readings when the sky is heavily chem-trailed will make any difference?
Originally posted by coolottie
reply to post by Phage
Thank you for the info, The earthquakes in Arkansas have really picked up, March 22, and George Ure,
thinks it would indicate a large quake coming somewhere. But since this just shows the strength on the Field, then that is not even what we going by, Sorry, and thanks for teaching me something. I learn something every time I come on ATS.
Originally posted by freestonew
There is that old shortwave radio ham "problem". "Can you detect the signal through the noise"? It would be easy to assume all this is "noise" if your compass reads normal, or that you could "prove" that someone with bad readings merely held the compass too close to his iron belt buckle!
Patterns mean Something: look at that map! see that the places where compass deviance is, is in one area of the country!
I will keep track of this one thread!
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by soficrow
I see. My comment about earthquakes and geomagnetic activity naturally brings HAARP into the conversation.
1) Can you explain how, by affecting a region of the ionosphere, HAARP can impact the magnetic field?
…regarding ...the environmental and public risks connected with the high Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) programme...
…despite the existing conventions, military research is ongoing on environmental manipulation as a weapon, as demonstrated for example by the Alaska-based HAARP system,”
…Enormous quantities of energy can be controlled by manipulating the electrical characteristics of the atmosphere. ...HAARP can deliver millions of times more energy to a given area than any other conventional transmitter.
Entire Text of European Document
2) Can you explain how such effects can cause compasses to exhibit fixed deviations as described in this thread?
In addition. Assuming that earthquakes (the Japan earthquake in particular?) can disrupt the magnetic field. Can you explain why I and others are observing no anomalous compass readings?
MAGNETIC FIELD ANOMALIES ASSOCIATED WITH GEODYNAMIC PHENOMENA.
Significant variations of the Earth's magnetic field seem to be associated with geodynamie phenomena, particularly volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The variations have small amplitudes, generally only a few nT. These small signals are embedded into larger transient variations due to other natural or artificial causes. An original method of recovering interesting signals having amplitudes down to 1 nT, is to describe the whole variation analytically so that each component may be isolated. Several studies have shown that significant signals exist for tectonically active regions: 10-30 nT for large-scale arrays over periods of years; 5-15 nT for volcanic phenomena; 1-5 nT for earthquakes.
Geologic al and geophysical traits of western South America between latitude 25° S and 33°S, and the Magsat anomalies map
The total field Magsat anomalies map for South America presented by Hastings 1982 shows the highest positive anomaly in the western part of the Continent, between lat. 25° and 33° S. The magnetic anomaly is located in a segment of the Andean Belt that has particular geological and geophysical characteristics. Their interpretation in terms of anomalous subduction behavior of the Nazca plate, responsible for the rise of asthenospheric matter to shallow crustal levels (Febrer et al., 1982), is consistent with the presence of the positive magnetic anomaly.
The results of long-term (1998-2005 yrs.) tectonomagnetic investigations in the Western Antarctic near the lo- cation of Ukrainian Antarctic Station «Academic Vernadsky» are reviewed. The peculiarities of the Earth’s anomalous magnetic field and its dynamic temporal variations (tectonomagnetic anomalies) were studied using the newly founded tectonomagnetic polygon. Near the Argentine Archipelago intensive tectonomagnetic effects up to -2.8 nT/year were determined. Their spatial-temporal structure agrees with tectonic structure elements. We suggest that the nature of such effects is caused by a piezomagnetic effect under the influence of stretching tec- tonic forces (few bars per year) in sub-latitudinal direction. Perspectives of tectonomagnetic investigations in the region are discussed.
Can you explain how such disruptions can cause the fixed deviations described in this thread?
Originally posted by arrus75
... it appears, that magnetic north is where is should be ...but there is a strong magnetic pull a few hundred miles off the coast of South Carolina that is interfering with compasses...
to that grim scenario that fact that much research also has revealed that increased magnetic storms couples with the magnetic pole shift and changing core of the earth will likely lead to natural disasters such as the catastrophe that hit Japan during March 2011, and it's a veritable witches' brew of madness, mayhem and mass death.
Can you explain how to "manipulate the electrical characteristics of the atmosphere" without impacting the magnetic field?
According to the European Parliament, as outlined in the thread European Parliament issues warnings on HAARP, HAARP is about "manipulating the electrical characteristics of the atmosphere":
Magnetic field disruptions tend to be temporary AND localized. Ie,:
Small but significant H signals recovered from noisy magnetic records have tentatively been assigned to geodynamic manifestations like faulting or volcanic eruptions. Two major problems appear which are generally not discussed. First, can the observed magnetic perturbation be reliably related to other phenomena such as ground deformation, tremors, etc., and are time-dependent parameters compatible? Second, can the observations in one area be extrapolated to other situations on some justifiable basis? It appears that the results obtained are greatly dependent on the mechanism involved, particularly regarding the time constants. These mechanisms are discussed in more detail by Beamish in his review
You are claiming that HAARP "manipulates the electrical properties of the atmosphere".