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Originally posted by Arken
12 Mhz above "Coco Island and Christmas Island" right in front of Indonesia...
This Mean something?
The image here shows where the LOW mentioned in the latest official cyclone outlook is and where it's heading. Today's official cyclone outlook from the BoM for WA is the first time they are mentioning the new LOW we have been talking about for a while now.
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Tropical Cyclone Three Day Outlook for the Western Region Issued at 12:41 pm WST on Friday 21 December 2012 for the period until midnight WST Monday
What does that thing mean?
Originally posted by Arken
Originally posted by TauNorthwolf
reply to post by Arken
Looks Like it stopped after about 12.00.
This is not A COINCIDENCE!!! at NOON: STOP!
ToMIDNIGHT till NOON
What the hell is happening?
Thank you very much for this.
Stars.edit on 21-12-2012 by Arken because: (no reason given)
HAARP uses radio waves. How does one go about directing a magnetic field? But no, neutral particles are not affected by magnetic fields either.
It doesn't have to be radio waves, it could be directed magnetic fields, which can affect the atmosphere.
An infrared laser? That wouldn't really work very well. If you use a wavelength which would heat the atmosphere it would be absorbed along the entire length of the beam. You're not really going to be able to select a particular location to affect. It would take an ungodly amount of power to produce enough heating to affect weather in any case.
An alternative to that would be to use directed energy in the IR range, which could heat portions of the atmosphere, but also be undetected by the naked eye
Maybe some things about the research but its pretty hard conceal what the equipment is capable of doing. It ain't a directed energy system.
I'm sure there are many things in HAARP that they don't tell us.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by extraterrestrialentity
I never said it was. And can you please tell me exactly how you know for a fact, that HAARP does not control the weather?
I know you didn't. I was clarifying the situation for you.
HAARP cannot control the weather because it is capable of affecting a region of the ionosphere above Gakona, Alaska. Weather does not occur in the ionosphere. The ionosphere is space, for all intents and purposes. Weather occurs in the troposphere, 10's of miles below the ionosphere.edit on 12/21/2012 by Phage because: (no reason given)
No, anything that has electrons will react to magnetic fields.
What you are saying is a bunch of words tossed together that don't make any sense. A laser which could heat the atmosphere would heat the atmosphere along the entire length of the beam. It would be absorbed by the atmosphere and rapidly lose energy.
What I'm saying might sound far-fetched, but it is well within the realm of possibility and has science supporting it.
Not exactly segmented, there is a transition.
Is the space above us really that segmented?
Actually what I said is that heating the ionosphere can't affect weather. The effects of the Sun on the ionosphere are far greater than those of HAARP but evidence of downward coupling between the ionosphere and the troposphere doesn't seem to be found.
Heating the ionosphere can't possibly affect the troposphere in any way is what you are saying?
Yes. Yes I have. That is possible because frogs are composed mostly of liquid water. Liquid water is a pretty good diamagnetic material. Air is not. It also took a really, really strong magnetic field to do that trick. That magnetic field was not directed it was produced inside a box.
Ever heard frogs being levitated by magnetic fields?