posted on May, 30 2011 @ 08:34 PM
I doubt this is HAARP. Those "lines" on the radar are magnetic field lines, like the ones when you shake iron filings onto a piece of paper with a
magnet laying on it; and they make field lines. Simply, the odd magnetic anomalies over the Yellowstone area are North Pole shifts. When it starts
to shift, magnetic north, there will be more than one North pole briefly, until the flux settles down and "flips" or "returns" to where it was.
The reason radar is picking this stuff up is due to it being very sensitive and being in HD, we can see lots more than we used to see. I saw that
anomaly over Yellowstone during the Joplin tornado and another SE of there in Oklahoma. The crust is thinner there from Yellowstone, Oklahoma, and
down into Arkansas, almost like a HAARP curve, but it's magnetic flux shifting positions. IMHO.
Here's an image for reference, and note the red circles (day of Joplin Tornado.)
At first, I thought it was some kind of HAARP evidence, but now I strongly feel as if this is magnetic and related to the pole shift.