Originally posted by luxordelphi
So this two-frequency (or multiple frequency) pulse is what creates the non-linear, thousand fold amplification? I may have been under another
misconception here. I thought the two-frequency pulse was to spawn the ELF. But it's actually for power? That would make a heck of a lot more sense
as far as the creation of plasma. The whole ELF mind-control thing would then become like putting the toxic waste from the original experiment to
another profitable use.
The amplification is more an aspect of parts of the ionosphere and inner magnetosphere. Are you interested? It's sort of eggheaded, but I think I can
pull up the non-classified source material they provided bidders for the satellite version of the HAND cyclotron resonance experiments. Maybe - I'm
about 1900 miles away from my desk. But it's likely you won't like it - it's mostly government sourced like DTIC stuff, or from scholarly papers
associated with government projects.
The "Hertzian antenna" thing that was being discussed upthread is the pulse transmitter - it's basically a spark gap sort of rig.
HAARP doesn't emit ELF directly, nor does the HIPAS rig. HAARP induces the electrojet to emit ELF, but you can't do it all the time and the efficiency
is nearly as horrible as Sanguine and Seafarer. ELF doesn't do mind control.
BTW, the amount of information that you can convey with a radio signal is directly proportional to the frequency, by the time you're down to ELF the
bit rate is worse than an old 300 baud modem. It doesn't really lend itself to conveying images or voices. Also, like any other EM, the minimum focal
size is also related to the wavelength, so you can't make tiny foci with it.
The copper wire? What did the ELF travel in? How was it directed, for instance, toward a submarine which is ambient, not stationary.
GWEN wasn't ELF. It was up around 160kHz, IIRC.
ELF isn't directional. It's too damn big. It's horrifyingly inefficient. It can't convey a lot of info. The one thing it's got going for it is that it
is low frequency, and Maxwell's equations dictate that dissipative loss in a medium is directly proportional to the frequency. In this case, the
medium is salt water. It's conductive. The path loss in salt water is friggin' heinous, even for ELF, but it's a lot worse for, say HF than ELF by
orders of magnitude.
So if you're trying to communicate to a sub (it only goes that way) at least you can get ELF to it, whereas there's nothing much left of higher
frequencies. Now, you can't get much there. And ELF being a really really LONG wavelength, you can't mount a very efficient antenna. Subs used to
trail an active detector that was less an antenna than an e-field slope detector. Eventually they stopped trailing an array and started using a SQUID
to detect the h-field component of the ELF signal. Now they don't use it at all.
edit on 8-12-2012 by Bedlam because: (no reason