posted on Oct, 21 2011 @ 09:50 PM
reply to post by radpetey
No I don't find it interesting. Did he predict the large 7.6 at the Kermedecs in July?
Those instruments like seismos go off line for short periods of time. There is nothing sinister about that. I can't quite make out which
instrumentation he is viewing but if it is the magnetometer that measures flux in the magnetosphere and NOT HAARP.
Ah got it, the spectrum waterfall
complete with a transmission break today.
I have been back to the 24th June from the 6th July - the date of the 7.6 in the Kermedecs. No transmission breaks.
Sorry, the theory does not hold up. If you look at the fluxgate magnetometer for the dates of the 'breaks' that he says is the signal being hidden,
these are correspond to incoming solar disturbance.
He would do well to investigate what he is looking at instead of making wild claims.
HAARP Spectrum Monitor
the system monitors frequencies between 1 and 30 MHz and creates a running spectrogram or waterfall chart. In this type of chart, frequency is
plotted along the y-axis, time on the x-axis and signal intensity as a color with bright yellow and red collors representing strong signal levels and
darker, blue and violet collors representing weak or no signal. This type of chart gives an overall visualization of the natural ionospheric
conditions on any given day. For example, a large number of bright horizontal bands on this chart would be indicative of good ionospheric propagation
conditions. Conversely, a chart that is mostly blue or violet is indicative of high absorption or low ionospheric ionization. (It is important to keep
in mind that the system monitors signals propagating from all directions into HAARP
Note the italics are theirs not mine.