posted on May, 28 2003 @ 05:34 PM
Originally posted by 29MV29
Originally posted by dragonrider
I wonder if that was a quick "jolt" from HAARP that they didnt want anyone seeing???
Why would they block something like that out? How far of the charts do you think it could have gone and what type of emission, if any, does haarp
HAARP transmitts in the ULF/ELF frequency spectrum (ultra low frequency/extremely low frequency) between 1 and 30 cycles. These are considered
"ground wave" transmissions that are capable of penetrating great depths of the earths surface. (Interestingly, these are also the frequencies that
the human brain is capable of recieving)
As far back as the 1880s, Nikola Tesla experimented with ELF/ULF transmissions, and found he was able to establish a standing wave in the earths
interior, and even with only moderate energy input (several kilowatts) was able to constantly reinforce the standing wave, continually amplifying it
on each pass until it was able to influence seismic weak points.
Today, the currently published maximum transmission strength of HAARP in Gakona is around 300-500 megawatts from a 33 acre transmission area. Recently
released information on an expansion project indicate that HAARP will be increased to 50 acres transmission area, and upwards of 1.75 gigawatts
output, although independant HAM monitors have monitored a max output from HAARP of 3.5 gigawatts already (before the expansion).
The HAARP facility in Montauk Point was the test bed for this technology, and is currently inactive, although I understand that it can be reactivated
if need arises, although this facility is of much lower output potential than Gakona.
The HAARP facility at Fort Mead Md, attached to the NSA/NRO headquarters is integrated to the ULF communication system there. System parameters for
this facility are not public, but estimated to be equivalent to Gakona, although less active due to proximity to populated areas.
The new facility currently under construction in Colorado is rumored to be at least 100 acres broadcast area, with a max output of 10 gigawatts. This
facility is apparently being constructed underground, possibly in an abandoned mine.