posted on May, 28 2011 @ 09:36 PM
People have been pointing the output of the various diagnostic instruments at HAARP for quite a while. These instruments are designed to probe the
characteristics of the ionosphere. They are not an indication of activity of the IRI, the ionospheric heater. Or are they? Sometimes, if you look
carefully you can find clues.
Note here (the induction magnetometer trace) the even duration and timing of the signal at 4.0Hz (and a couple of other frequencies). Also note that
it is a very narrow band signal as opposed to the much stronger and long duration signals. The signal began on May 1, 2009 and continued with an
identical pattern for seven days. It began at the same time and ended at the same time.
The spectrum monitor was showing this. The same powerful signal (at about 2MHz) appears at the same time over the same days. Again, note the narrow
bandwidth of the signal as compared to the other noise.
Looks like an experiment in ELF production to me. I think the 2MHz signal is from the heater and the ELF signals are the result. It should be pointed
out that the ELF signal which is produced is very weak, much weaker than the signals which are produced naturally in the magnetosphere by its
interaction with the solar wind.
And no, no major earthquakes. I checked.
edit on 5/28/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)