In a second thread, there was a .pdf file posted that included formulas. Since I have a physics background, I spent about an hour decoding them so far
and they are accurate. Here is a summary of the .pdf file so far.
QQXXw, you don't know what you are talking about. I have a good enough math and physics background to understand what is going on, and it makes sense
so far. If I come across something that is wrong, I'll let you know.
Section 1: Introduction)
This is an overview. Basically, it explains what HAARP is used for, which is generating electromagnetic radiation at extremely low frequencies (ELF).
To do this would normally require an extremely long antenna in order to set up the extremely long wavelength required to produce the ELF.
However, this can be bypassed by heating the ionosphere using high frequency radiation - this somehow produces ELF electromagnetic radiation. We can
get into that more later.
Section 2: Gravitational Shielding)
This section explains the concept of gravitational shielding. In the last decade, a new formula was generated that explains the difference between
inertial mass (f = m*a), which is used to calculate force, and gravitational mass, which is used to calculate gravitational force. The formula
basically states that when the change in momentum is 0, there is no difference between the inertial mass (how much stuff the object has) and the
gravitational mass (used to determine how much the object weighs). However, the higher the change in momentum gets, the less the object weighs.
This means that the faster an object accelerates, the less it weighs. Normally, the change in momentum would have to be extremely high to have any
It turns out that that it is possible to create high acceleration by using electromagnetic radiation. Note that this does not mean the object has to
move very far - since it would be possible to keep the object accelerating indefinitely by moving it back and forth at a high speed (its velocity
would change from + to -, thus causing acceleration). So basically, the high-frequency electromagnetic radiation generated by HAARP super-heats
particles, causing them to have high acceleration values.
The gravitational shielding comes into effect when (and yes this is possible the equations convinced me) the objects' weight (in this case I think
they are referring to electrons in the ionosphere) become negative, and therefore, they counter-acts Earth's gravity.
The formula used for gravitational shielding is as follows:
Let Mg be gravitational mass
Let Mi be inertial mass
Let Mi0 be the original inertial mass
Let X be the ratio of them
X = Mg/Mi
Normally this would be 1, because the mass used to determine weight would be the same as the mass used to determine the amount of stuff the object has
However, with high acceleration, this ratio can become less than 1 (meaning the object weighs less) or negative (meaning the object counter-acts
Earth's gravity and provides gravitational shielding for everything below it).
Multiple gravitational shields can be placed on top of each other, for example, if there were two of them, the gravitational mass of everything below
it would be X1*X2*(the original gravitational mass of the object) where X1 is the ratio in the first shield and X2 is the ratio in the second one.
edit on 24-5-2012 by darkbake because: (no reason given)