Originally posted by luxordelphi
Thx, Bedlam, for trying to find a picture of this. I tried too. I also tried to find pictures of HAARP in operation. My searching returned two
pictures, neither of which I could verify. Basically I'm exhausted with it - seems like if there's nothing to hide, pix of HAARP in action would
blare from the media i.e. nothing to see here.
I'm not sure why triggered spark gaps seem to be underrepresented on the net. I am familiar with them, but never designed a system that way, so I
don't have a spark gap catalog in my repertoire. I know how the thing works but it's not the sort of thing I design with. Spark gap transmitters are
a lost art.
As far as the IRI goes...that's a really good photo. That's it. Potato stamped a number of times. The trailer looking thing is a transmitter shed,
each one's got 12 D616G's in it, and drives six sets of antennae. There's 30 trailer modules altogether, 180 antenna assemblies. It doesn't look
any different on or off. You can hear the switchover relays click and the tuners make a sound when they autotune. But nothing lights up or sparks,
unless something's gone really wrong.
And that presupposes keen observation introspectively and yet objectively. Hard to do so we start with the brain.
It would be interesting to find something clear cut that uses "in vivo" ELF levels. So far all I've found are studies that use comparatively
immense levels of E and H fields, although smaller than I would have thought necessary, I'll give you that one. I am intrigued with ways to misuse
this, although I don't have time for that sort of thing these days. Unless we get a bid like that one we got in 2005 (there, a new year,
framedragged!). I live for the quirkier RFQs.
What a way to trash a succint statement linking increased lightning activity to global warming. Yes...I believe there is a media effort underway to
link the increase in global lightning to cosmic rays. So far, I believe, there is no link - cosmic ray activity has decreased.
A pity - cosmic rays and micrometeors are two proven initiators of lightning strikes. And gamma rays go up during thunderstorms for whatever reason.
However, "global warming" is one of those things with a great many confounders. For example, increased warming increases water transport, more
clouds, more thunderstorms. You'd have to have some concrete example as to why raising the local ionospheric electron temperature a few hundred
degrees would induce lightning when the solar input during the day does much more.
There are a bunch of actual studies linked in that article (the section on lightning). Being a pawn of media is, imo, a personal choice. Having a
good reason for misleading is also, imo, unacceptable. I already have parents. I do not require redundancy, in the form of parents, from my
Bibliotecleyapades is prone to link to stories on unicorns and bigfoot, much like 'educate yourself'. I was happily surprised to see them stick with
more realistic links for an entire article. If they keep that up, I might have to start reevaluating my opinion of them.
I don't know. I know you mentioned it previously and I looked through your posts but couldn't find. What do you suppose the difference is between
ELF produced through natures' cycles and agitating the ionosphere in order to produce ELF in conflict with natural cycles?
The difference is - none. An EM wave is an EM wave. But the total generated output using geometric modulation has reached in the low 30's of Watts.
Like 32. That's measured output. Not from the array, but from the electrojet. That's a peak, the output using AM modulation is about 8W, the ULF
output is in the milliWatts.
No. I have never even inferred that. The only information that ELF conveys to the human being is the frequency itself.
Many ELF CTers postulate that "ELF mind control" includes a lot of high-datarate phenomena, glad to see you are not one.
Fair enough. How did submarine crews react when bathed in artificial ELF?
"Bathed in" is a bit incorrect, when subs had to use superconducting quantum interference devices to receive it. Recall, a 70ish Hz signal is just
sort of everywhere at once, you can't "aim it" at a sub. It's ubiquitous. You, too, were bathed in signals from Sanguine and Seafarer. It's just
that you're spreading about 8W over the entire world surface, so the energy per square meter is phenomenally small. Then, too, you lose some of that
on the way to the sub, don't have my Sanguine manuals here, it's like a db per meter or something, really awful. I'll be home for Christmas, if I
remember to look I will dig through the archives at work, it's still in there.