posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 08:23 PM
This is TESLA technology.... remember the experiment where he started a low-frequency thrumming against the base of a skyscraper... and within a short
period of time, the building was shaking so violently it threatened to fall.
This technology was apparently applied 100km away from the fault line, on SOLID GROUND WHERE NO EARTHQUAKE COULD OCCUR
Subject: HAARP Magnetometer data shows Japan earthquake was induced.
The United States Air Force and Navy has provided a visual insight into what caused the 9.0 magnitude off of Japan on March 11, 2011 at 05:46:23
UTC. The image above was downloaded from the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) website. It is a time-frequency spectrogram, which
shows the frequency content of signals recorded by the HAARP Induction Magnetometer.
By looking at the accompanying HAARP spectrum chart above you can see when the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck - red line drawn vertically - and what
was happening before and after the earthquake. What you can also see is a constant ULF frequency of 2.5 Hz being recorded by the magnetometer. The ULF
2.5 Hz frequency is evidence of an induced earthquake. The chart recorded this constant before, during and after the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck.
On March 11, 2011 the 2.5 Hz ULF frequency was being emitted and recorded from 0:00 hours to about 10:00 hours - or for 10 hours. We know for a fact
that the Japan earthquake lasted only a few minutes so why was the earthquake signature frequency (2.5 Hz) being recorded for 10 hours on the morning
of March 11, 2011? Because a HAARP phased array antenna system was broadcasting (transmitting) the 2.5Hz ULF frequency and it triggered the Japan
earthquake and ensuing tsunami.
If you go to HAARP's official website you can see for yourself that the 2.5 Hz ULF frequency wasn't only being broadcated for 10 hours, it was
constantly being broadcasted for 2 days prior to the earthquake.
...'The induction magnetometer detects temporal variation of the geomagnetic field based on Faraday's law of magnetic induction.'...
...'installed at the HAARP site is designed to detect a signal level of a few picoTesla (pT) at 1 Hz.'...
...'Magnetic field variations of interest in this program are those induced by electric currents in the ionosphere.'...
DID HAARP CAUSE THE EARTHQUAKE IN JAPAN?
A look at the induction magnetometer charts from last year's earthquake in Haiti as well as from the recent earthquake measuring 9.1 on the Richter
scale that triggered a tsunami and destruction on the Japanese east coast show surprising similarities that point to an artificial cause and the use
of HAARP technology.
In the case of Haiti, low frequency signals of 2,1 Hz were detected for 40 hours before the earthquake occurred while in the case of Japan something
similar happened. Low frequency signals of 2,5 Hz were detected for about 55 hours before the earthquake occurred off the coast of Japan as well as
for 4 hours afterwards.
Check out the time-frequency spectrograms at this link for actual dates:maestro.haarp.alaska.edu...
Viewing these charts, it is reasonable to ask if the low frequency (LF) or more specifically extreme/ultra low frequency (ELF/ULF) magnetic flux
induced signals of about 2 to 2,5 Hz really emanated from solar activity and other such natural sources or whether they were, in fact, caused by HAARP
activities either in Gakona or Poker Flats facilities.
"The potential exists for generating such waves by ground-based heating of the ionosphere. The heater is used to modulate the conductivity of the
lower ionosphere, which in turn modulates ionospheric currents. This modulated current, in effect, produces a virtual antenna in the ionosphere for
the radiation of radio waves. The technique has already been used to generate ELF/VLF signals at a number of vertical HF heating facilities in the
West and the Soviet Union. To date, however, these efforts have been confined to essentially basic research studies, and few attempts have been made
to investigate ways to increase the efficiency of such ELF/VLF generation to make it attractive for communications applications. In this regard,
heater generated ELF would be attractive if it could provide significantly stronger signals than those available from the Navy's existing antenna
systems in Wisconsin and Michigan."
"Recent theoretical research suggests that this may be possible, provided the appropriate HF heating facility was available. Because this area of
research appears especially promising, and because of existing Department of Defense requirements for ELF and VLF, it is already a primary driver of
the proposed research program."
(visit the link for the full news article)