Hello once again ATS. please if this has already been posted, remove it but ive used the search option so i thought this was important to share if
this is in fact true.
NASA launched two small rockets from Virgina's Eastern Shore today in an early Fourth of July fireworks display aimed to probe the electrical eddies
of the Earth's upper atmosphere.
The two small rockets blasted off within 15 seconds of each other from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Va. The mission: to probe the
global electrical current in the winds of Earth's ionosphere with instruments mounted to a Black Brant V booster and a Terrier-Improved Orion sounding
So let me get some of this straight, we are testing this stuff to probe the global electrical current in the ionosphere?
I dont mean to sound paranoid, but "Haarp" automatically comes to mind.
Then i ran across this video on youtube
The woman in the video claims that the lithium is being directed into FEMA region 3. She also She goes on to say that lithium is very corrosive and
needs special care to keep from getting on the skin, let alone breathe it in. False flag natural disaster in the works? i dont know for sure but thats
why i came here to share.
sorry i cant explain it all right now because i am on my way to work, but i would like possibilities, hoaxes and all opinions discussed here.
i do believe the video is onto something but i am not claiming anything 100% conclusive until i see all the evidence.
I will check back on my break to discuss with everyone. stay safe!
edit on 6-7-2013 by stardustlifeform because: (no reason given)
I believe in chemtrails and geo-engineering but I would not be too concerned about this since the payload was allegedly deployed into the ionosphere
where it would be difficult for it to affect life on earth.
everything I've found states that the second ropcket will emit 'a long trail' of lithium, but no metion whatsoever with regards actual amount.
this woman's claims of 'delivered a huge quantity of lithium to the atmosphere' aren't only speculation, they're pure and utter baseless BS.
It's not even being released until it reaches the IONOsphere level, not atmospheric, which greatly reduces the possibility of any sort of harmful or
sufficient particulates EVER occur in a given location, individual, etc.
The releases like this are just trace amounts....enough to track only, and probably for not much time. The release is well above weather or winds
being in the ionosphere, not the troposphere or lower stratosphere. As the release was a gas, it will be quickly diluted and spread.
Just thinking HAARP enough to find that video is a bit paranoid, unless you are talking about the array in Alaska which studies the ionosphere
directly over it.
The usual tales will make claims otherwise, but then again, the people who think otherwise are usually not understanding what "research" and
"testing" actually means.
The system supports payloads ranging from 200 to 800 pounds (91 to 360 kg), and is capable of achieving altitudes as high as 200 kilometres (120
mi), but at least 80 kilometres (50 mi), depending on payload size.
This is linked to a NASA info pamphlet that has a performance chart showing payload to altitude and range, and for 100 miles (160km) the payload can
be a maximum of slightly below 450 lbs (204kg).
Now that doesn't tell us how much gas was actually carried - the payload includes all the storage and release mechanisms as well as the gas itself.
I did spend about 5 minutes trying to find out the gas payload, but did not locate anything - possibly a direct question to NASA might get that
The Above Top Secret Web site is a wholly owned social content community of The Above Network, LLC.
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.
All content copyright 2013, The Above Network, LLC.