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World Wide Seismic Event...

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posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 11:29 AM
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U2U from K_OS, posted with his permission. For those who may not know, K_OS has a history of sensing HAARP transmissions, and seems to correlate well with the HAARP magnetometer (at least when its not being spoofed).

They match pretty close... another cooincidence is that if the lower part of my head hurts, ie jaws, teeth, etc. then the magnetic Variation has dropped below zero, in contrast if the crown of my head hurts it is way above zero.

There are a few misses between me and the website though... last night between 12 and 2 a.m. C.S.T. was when it was at the worst but according to the website you posted HAARP seems to have settled down during that time frame.




posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 12:50 PM
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Okay, this is getting jickier by the minute. Now it looks like EMSC went down...they hadn't logged anything since the 3.8 in the Adriatic Sea early this morning. But they just now put up 5.0 for Carlsberg Ridge. Mean time, IRIS (the WHOLE site) is down. BUT, Edinburgh just keeps on posting stuff...which is IRIS data!

21st July 2003 02:17 SAKHALIN, RUSSIA 4.3 M 33.0 (Fair)
04:26 CARLSBERG RIDGE 4.6 M 10.0 (Fair)
04:26 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 2.8 M 7.1 (N/A ) NC
05:59 CARLSBERG RIDGE 5.0 M 10.0 (Good)
10:04 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAP 4.3 M 71.0 (Good)
12:46 NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE 4.8 M 10.0 (Fair)
13:23 CENTRAL MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE 4.3 M 10.0 (Fair)
13:53 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G. 6.4 M 190.2 (Good)
15:16 YUNNAN, CHINA 6.0 M 10.0 (Good)
19:21 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION 5.5 M 10.0 (N/A )
19:45 SULAWESI, INDONESIA 5.5 M 33.0 (Good)
20:30 SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS 4.8 M 33.0 (Fair)
20:42 BABUYAN ISL REGION, PHILIPPINE 4.4 M 33.0 (Fair)
22nd July 2003 11:41 GULF OF MAINE 3.6 M 5.0 (N/A ) WES



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 01:48 PM
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All this stuff about earthquakes being caused by Haarp is a load of rubbish, and I should know as I'm a Geologist. Earthquakes occur all over the globe on a regular basis so you can correlate virtually anything with them.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 01:50 PM
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Maybe we should contact the man in charge of the edinburgh piece, i'm sure a professors opinion would throw some good weight behind your theories.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 02:02 PM
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Hey, did you guys hear that popping sound.

Damn, when did summer get here??? MAN, my back hurts!!

I just thought of something that has been sitting right in front of us.

Check this thread out:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

If, by chance I'm right...does anybody want to start predicting how much worse it might get say on the 27th???


[Edited on 22-7-2003 by Valhall]



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 02:31 PM
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Dear Chewy,

Nice to meet you. Here recently we have had a lot of problems with people claiming to be experts in certain fields, and then us finding out they haven't got their driver's license yet and still live with mommy.

So, in order to make sure your kind of condascending post in this thread has legitimacy, would you please take the following qualifying test? You can submitted back to us in this thread.

1. An anticline is:
a. a formation that is convex
b. a formation that is concave
c. a chair that tilts back and has a beer holder in the arm.

2. Subduction is:
a. overriding of one tectonic plate over another
b. an accumulation of hyalo-clastic debris around a volcano
c. when aliens do naughty things to you

3. Lithology is:
a. the study of rocks; or a particular formation's characteristics
b. the study of dinosaurs
c. the study of speech impediments

4. Which of the following statements is NOT true:
a. If you drilled a hole to the center of the earth you'd get real hot.
b. If you drilled a hole to the center of the earth you would find all the aliens.
c. If you drilled a hole to the center of the earth you might meet a Chinese guy...but he would be upside down and real hot.

Bonus Question:

5. What's wrong with the following statement:

A correlates to B, C, and D
Mr. X theorizes A could correlate to E, but because A correlates to B, C, and D Mr. X is a dumb@$$ for proposing E.

Look forward to learning from you!

[Edited on 23-7-2003 by Valhall]



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 02:32 PM
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My back is also killing me valhall, stomach too.

Mars = God of war....hrmm... *thinks*



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 05:06 PM
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A magnitude 6.0 earthquake IN THE VANUATU ISLANDS has occurred at:
15.46S 166.20E Depth 33km Tue Jul 22 04:21:40 2003 UTC

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake IN THE VANUATU ISLANDS has occurred at:
15.46S 166.20E Depth 33km Tue Jul 22 04:21:40 2003 UTC



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 05:18 PM
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Originally posted by IronDragon

... although I notice that 2 of the 3 Antarctic stations have been offline for the past 8 hours.... about the same time that Yellow Knife was active...

aslwww.cr.usgs.gov...

Something is VERY not right here today...


Not anymore, DR.
Antarctica tracings are there now. Now they're only about 30 minutes behind in drawing in new stuff.
*sigh*

Val:
Mars? It hadn't ocurred to me.
Hmmmm.....
Wait. Did you say on the 27th?
NOOOOO!!! Not on my birthday!!!!


Chewie:
Have a read.
www.copernicus.org...
yochi.iord.u-tokai.ac.jp...
www.nsftokyo.org...
www.ecologynews.com...
www.ursi.org...

And to anyone who's interested, the "official" 2004 Air Force budget breakdown for "Space Technology".
www.dtic.mil...

"...space systems protection develops technologies to understand, mitigate, and exploit effects of weather and geophysics..."


Eeenteresting.
-B.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 05:38 PM
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Chewie:

I am interested to know what field of geology you specialize in.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 05:52 PM
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Chewy:

Hmmm... hes a geologist, and doesnt believe in HAARP... but he believes this? (His only other post on the board)

columbia has been flying for 22 years (twinning).
The shuttle took off on 01-16-2003, which equals a number 13.
Ft. Hood, Texas is sending a recovery team calling it a 24/7 operation, which equals a number 13.
CNN used a local station 13 in Florida to cover Cape Canaveral.
The runway to which it was heading is Runway # 33 which is 3 miles long.
02-01-03 leaves 333 days in this year.
The event took place on the exact anniversary week of the Challenger accident in 1986.
The event took place on the date of the Chinese New Year.
The event took place on the date of a New Moon.
Challenger exploded while taking off; columbia exploded while landinga completion cycle.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 05:57 PM
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I can not help my self!!!!!

he must be a Dr.of P.G.

Paranormal Geology


TUT LOL



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:16 PM
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Damn, Banshee keeps nailing them!

When I posted earlier, 2 of the 3 Antarctic bases had stopped recording for at least 4-5 hours... now ALL of them have uninterrupted traces... anyone else think that data IS NOT being manipulated????

aslwww.cr.usgs.gov...



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:23 PM
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I have gotten U2U from K_OS regarding physiological effects that he believes to be related to HAARP activity, based on coincident episodes with known HAARP transmissions. I have also gotten messages from other members with similar reports.

It is known that HAARP has been linked to physiological effects, including but not limited to headaches/migraines, visual flashes of light, auditory hallucinations, strange tones or other noises in the ear with no apparent cause, other unexplained body pains, usually associated with the cranium or jaw, pain in the eyes, sudden unexplained elevated blood pressure, fainting, sleeplessness, extreme fatigue with no apparent cause, and severe depression, again with no apparent cause.

If any combination of these things seems to strike any members reading this, especially coordinated with known HAARP transmissions, please post.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:26 PM
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Just a suggestion...
If anyone sees anything weird with HAARP or USGS data, or anything else ... screen cap it if you can. No need to post them unless something is shown to be changed, and I can host the images for that.
But more and more of this crap keeps happening.

Grazi in advance.
-B.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by dragonrider

It is known that HAARP has been linked to physiological effects, including but not limited to headaches/migraines, visual flashes of light, auditory hallucinations, strange tones or other noises in the ear with no apparent cause, other unexplained body pains, usually associated with the cranium or jaw, pain in the eyes, sudden unexplained elevated blood pressure, fainting, sleeplessness, extreme fatigue with no apparent cause, and severe depression, again with no apparent cause.



DR!
My blood pressure! What if it's not my medicine??

On Monday I went to the doctor for a routine check because of the medicine I have to take, and my blood pressure was ~180/100.
After instructing me how to taper off my medicine and writing a 'scrip for something different, he explained that the BP could be caused by the meds.
Only, he stressed that it's an extremely rare side-effect, and only a few people experience it.

Whoa.
*blinkblink*
-B.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:40 PM
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Banshee,

Go get a second opinion... go back and get your BP on multiple occassions before stopping it. If it is a chronic problem then it may be your meds... but if its a sporadic thing, especially if it fits with these transmissions...

I dont like to go against medical advise, but I think more than one high BP should be what dictates changing meds.

Do you have anyone who can take your BP daily?



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 06:50 PM
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Originally posted by dragonrider
Banshee,

Go get a second opinion... go back and get your BP on multiple occassions before stopping it. If it is a chronic problem then it may be your meds... but if its a sporadic thing, especially if it fits with these transmissions...

I dont like to go against medical advise, but I think more than one high BP should be what dictates changing meds.

Do you have anyone who can take your BP daily?


Never had BP problems before Monday. And I didn't know anything was wrong until the cuff was on.

Jesus.
I trust my doctor, so I didn't think to check on this myself. Sustained mildly elevated BP occurs in 0.7% of cases. Shooting up 50 or so mm isn't mild.
"most of the blood pressure increases were in a modest range (12-16 mm Hg, SDBP)."

I don't have anyone to take my BP on a regular basis, but I can go to my local WalMart and use that machine they have there.

This is really messed up.
-B.



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 10:03 PM
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One of the uses described is an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) weapon which gives an operator the same ability to wipe out electronic circuits as a nuclear blast would provide. The main difference is that this new technology is controllable, and can be used without violating nuclear weapons treaties.

This section of the report then described energy levels needed for the following to occur:

"Overheats and damages animal tissue."
"Possibly affects nervous system."
"Threshold for microwave hearing."
"Causes bit errors in unshielded computers."
"Burns out unprotected receiver diodes in antennas."
The effects are based on radio frequency radiation being pulsed "between 10 and 100 pulses per second". The report confirmed that non-thermal effects were being researched. These non-thermal effects included damage to human health when the effects occurred "within so-called modulation frequency windows (10 Hertz is one such window11) or power density windows12".

The way these weapons work was clearly described when the report noted their effect on machines:

"A HPM (High Power Microwave) weapon employs a high power, rapidly pulsating microwave beam that penetrates electronic components.The pulsing action internally excites the components, rapidly generating intense heat which causes them to fuse or melt, thus destroying the circuit...HPM (weapons) attack at the speed of light thus making avoidance of the beam impossible, consequently negating the advantage of weapon systems such as high velocity tactical missiles."

In other words, with this kind of weapon there is no machine which could get by this invisible wall of directed energy.

Another report on non-lethal technologies, issued by the Council on Foreign Relations points out that, "The Nairobi Convention, to which the United States is a signatory, prohibits the broadcast of electronic signals into a sovereign state without its consent in peacetime."13

This report opens discussion of the use of these weapons against terrorists and drug traffickers.14 The CFR report recommends that this be done secretly so that the victims do not know where the attack is from, or if there even is an attack. There is a problem with this approach. The use of these weapons, even against these kinds of individuals, may be in violation of United States law in that it presumes guilt rather than innocence. In other words the police, CIA, DEA or other enforcement organization becomes the judge, jury and executioner.

Going to another document by a Captain Paul Tyler, we can look at the debate between classical theories and recent research. There is a gulf of conflict between these two schools of thought. The debate centers on the classical idea that only ionizing radiation (that which generates heat in tissue) can cause reactions in the body, while new research indicates that subtle, small, amounts of energy can cause reactions as well. What Tyler wrote in 1984, as an officer in the Air Force, puts the debate simply. He said,

"Even though the body is basically an electrochemical system, modern science has almost exclusively studied the chemical aspects of the body and to date has largely neglected the electrical aspects. However, over the past decade researchers have devised many mathematical models to approximate the internal fields in animals and humans. Some of the later models have shown general agreement with experimental measurements made with the phantom models and animals. Presently most scientists in the field use the concept of specific absorption rate for determining the Dosimetry (dosages) of electromagnetic radiation. Specific absorption rate is the intensity of the internal electric field or quantity of energy absorbed... However, the use of these classical concepts of electrodynamics does not explain some experimental results and clinical findings. For example, according to classical physics, the frequency of visible light would indicate that it is reflected or totally absorbed within the first few millimeters of tissue and thus no light should pass through significant amounts of tissue. But it does. Also, classical theory indicates that the body should be completely invisible to extremely low frequencies of light where a single wave length is thousands of miles long. However, visible light has been used in clinical medicine to transilluminate various body tissues."15

In other words, the classical theories are partially wrong in that they do not fully explain all of the reactions which are observed in the body. The Navy has abstracted over a thousand international professional papers by private and government scientists which explore these issues.

Tyler continues,

"A second area where classical theory fails to provide an adequate explanation for observed effects is in the clinical use of extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields. Researchers have found that pulsed external magnetic fields at frequencies below 100 Hertz (pulses/cycles per second) will stimulate the healing of nonunion fractures, congenital pseudarthroses, and failed arthroses. The effects of these pulsed magnetic fields have been extremely impressive, and their use in orthopedic conditions has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration."16

Even the FDA, one of the most vigorous regulatory authorities in the country, accepts these non-thermal effects. Tyler adds,

"Recently, pulsed electromagnetic fields have been reported to induce cellular transcription (this has to do with the duplication or copying of information from DNA, a process important to life). At the other end of the non ionizing spectrum, research reports are also showing biological effects that are not predicted in classical theories. For example, Kremer and others have published several papers showing that low intensity millimeter waves produce biological effects. They have also shown that not only are the effects seen at very low power, but they are also frequency-specific."

Tyler goes on to discuss the results of this new thinking and the possible effects of these low energy radiations in terms of information transfer and storage, and their effects on the nervous system. Research has shown that very specific frequencies cause very specific reactions, and, once a critical threshold is passed, negative reactions occur.17

www.earthpulse.com...



posted on Jul, 22 2003 @ 10:10 PM
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It is known that HAARP has been linked to physiological effects, including but not limited to headaches/migraines, visual flashes of light, auditory hallucinations, strange tones or other noises in the ear with no apparent cause, other unexplained body pains, usually associated with the cranium or jaw, pain in the eyes, sudden unexplained elevated blood pressure, fainting, sleeplessness, extreme fatigue with no apparent cause, and severe depression, again with no apparent cause.


I had every one of those last night (dont know about the blood pressure).

My jaws still aching!
(The auditory hallucinations were ringing phones and beeping noises, so i'm still not hearing voices...yet
)




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