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Wavelengths - Shortwaves indicate near events, a high short spike usually means a short term major event is about to happen in that area.
Longwaves and steady increases usually mean a large scale change is developing in the area that will effect a large area's upper level jet stream.
Magnitude System - This project has developed a way to measure the magnitude of change in the ionosphere due to HAARP. The scale is from 1 to 10. Zero to One magnitudes are pretty normal while anything over five would be considered moderate and possibly significant, which can alter a weather pattern.
M1 - M2 - Slight change is expected, but overall the weather pattern is not being affected.
M3 - M5 - Change is expected and the reading indicates between then and and a few days it will happen. This is considered a moderate reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event such as severe weather, unexpected lightning, or a tornado.
M6 - M9 - Significant change is expected. Anything over M7 is rare and special attention must be directed when readings go seven and higher. Severe storms are associated with this reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event and a long duration and slow build being a large scale change.
M10 - Associated with tornado outbreaks. This also can be strong hurricanes and blizzards.
Originally posted by Drew99GT
It's total BS.
God HAARP is such a huge distraction for people. It doesn't produce storms and it doesn't show up on radar.
Watch the national weather service storm prediction center website and it will mirror that BS HAARP status website.
harrp dose affect the weather. it alters the ionashear. witch makes a low pressure area and the jet stream flows twart it in order to balance out the pressure.
it's not rocket surgery.
Originally posted by omegacorps
the storms are stronger this season due to la nina its colder this season wich drops the jet stream closer to the gulf causing gnarly winter storms. and that you can bank on.
A 2009 episode of The History Channel series That's Impossible speculated that ionospheric heating from HAARP could theoretically cause localized atmospheric upcurrents that disrupt or "bend" the jet stream and influence regional weather patterns, prompting conspiracy theorists to connect changed weather patterns in the Atlantic Ocean during the 1980s and subsequent El Niño events with HAARP.
A 2009 episode of The History Channel series That's Impossible speculated that ionospheric heating from HAARP could theoretically
imo the sun heats up the atmosphere when things get warm they expand. well if you heat up one spot so it expands well there are two things that can happen either it expands inward causing positive pressure that pushes on the earth, or negative out and away from the earth.either way it has an effect on the weather. it either pushes or pulls.
seams odd that it is matching up with the current weather. it had went online a day or so before TSHTF so that i would thing gives me a little backing im sorry i dont have a report from HAARP and meteorologist yet but when i do you will be first to know.
here is a link to stanford. it explains how the weather and the frequency have an effect on each other.
this next link is from the same source but talks about the possible link between the ionosphere and earthquakes.
now if we dump mass amounts of very low frequency or ( VLF ) wich thats what harrp dose and many other arrays around the earth. that is not natural and there is no choice but to have an effect. lightning is electrical discharge what happens when you vibrate ionised atoms you get a discharge. ( stick a ballon on a plastic personal massager and it will build a charge on the ballon ) just a crude example.
this part is IMO.
with the arrays around the earth and the variation of frequencys the only research im missing is what happens when two or more of the frequencys interact with each other. i would guess that there would be an amplified median ( average frequency ) that would build. like timing the waves in your pool to make them bigger. untell there was a discharge along the contact area of the two frequencys. back to the pool analogy if you keep up with the waves they will start to spill out of the pool where the wall and the waves meet, but if you were to stop they would dissipate over time the time depends on the wave length.
it is not a hard concept to grasp.
im going off of the facts i see not just an out of the blue idea.
In the field of geophysics, the use of high power transmitters, such as the one located at the HAARP facility, to study the upper atmosphere is called "active ionospheric research." The HAARP facility will be used to introduce a small, known amount of energy into a specific ionospheric layer for the purpose of studying the complex physical processes that occur in these naturally occurring plasma regions that are created each day by the sun. The effects of this added energy are limited to a small region directly over the HAARP observatory ranging in size from 9 km in radius to as much as 40 km in radius.
When the HAARP HF transmitter is shut down at the end of an experiment, any ionospheric effects rapidly dissipate, becoming imperceptible over time frames ranging from fractions of a second to minutes. Extensive research conducted over many years at other active ionospheric research facilities around the world has shown that there are no permanent or long term effects resulting from this research method. The following sections discuss these points in greater detail.
A portion of the energy contained in the high frequency radio wave transmitted by HAARP can be transferred to existing electrons or ions making up the ionospheric plasma through a process called absorption, thus raising the local effective temperature. As an example, the typical electron temperature at a height of 275 km (the peak of the F2 region) may be on the order of 1400°K. . Work at other active ionospheric research facilities has shown that it is possible to raise this temperature by as much as 30% within a small, localized region during an experiment. The affected region would then temporarily display electrical characteristics different from neighboring regions of the layer. Sensitive scientific instruments on the ground can then be used to study the dynamic physical properties of this region in great detail.
At night, the D-layer disappears and the waves are reflected by the higher E and F layers
In the daytime, the VLF wavelenghts are so long that the radio waves are conducted in the Earth-ionosphere waveguide (EIWG) between the Earth's surface and the ionosphere D-layer.