These stories were sent to me by many of you - Ms. P.H., Mr. G.B. and many others - and they're quite interesting, if, that is, you're like me and you think there's a heck of a lot more going on with the ionospheric heaters, HAARP and EISCAT and so on, than the governments running them are willing to admit publicly. Consider these two articles very carefully:
Now I want to draw your attention to two sets of statements, one set from the first article, and one set from the second. Consider the implications of these statements from the first article, and its advertisement of a PhD vacancy program for Europe's EISCAT:
"Gravity waves (atmospheric buoyancy waves) are a highly important means of transporting energy from the lower to the upper atmosphere and so potentially very important for understanding climate variability, yet due to their scale sizes they are not resolved in global circulation models. In the troposphere gravity waves are generated by sources such as air-flow over the mountains or large convective storms and can be commonly spotted as ripples in the clouds. Breaking of waves in the mesosphere (~50-90 km altitude) drives the pole-to pole circulation that links the cold summer mesopause and the strong down-welling that occurs in the polar vortex in the winter hemisphere.... WACCM (Whole Atmosphere Coupled Community Model) simulations have suggested that a change in the altitude of gravity wave breaking effects the peak meridional circulation, the vertical transport of important chemical constituents and their mixing ratios. Gravity waves that penetrate into the thermosphere influence the density of ionosphere and may have an upward impact on geomagnetic storms and the resultant space weather effects. Other sources of gravity waves in middle and upper atmosphere in the Polar Regions are the polar vortex itself and the geomagnetic activity. (Emphasis added)
The implications here seem rather obvious, if not enormous. First, if changes in the altitude of gravity wave breaking effect circulation, then one might generalize from this statement that gravity, like other forces, exists in an ever-changing complex dynamic; as the structure of the systems changes, so does its structure. This kind of dynamic view of things might best be summed up in the phrase "dynamic torsion". Second, it is to be noted that, as a kind of backhand confession en passant as it were, EISCAT is admitting that one of the purposes of the antenna array is for the study of gravity and gravitational dynamics within complex systems... like Earth and nearby space weather. Or to put it differently, these subtle gravitational changes within the dynamic system effect weather; gravity and weather are related.
Now with these thoughts in mind, let's look at the second set of statements from the second article:
"U.S. Naval Research Laboratory research physicists and engineers from the Plasma Physics Division, working at the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) transmitter facility, Gakona, Alaska, successfully produced a sustained high density plasma cloud in Earth's upper atmosphere.
"'Previous artificial plasma density clouds have lifetimes of only ten minutes or less,' said Paul Bernhardt, Ph.D., NRL Space Use and Plasma Section. 'This higher density plasma 'ball' was sustained over one hour by the HAARP transmissions and was extinguished only after termination of the HAARP radio beam.'
"These glow discharges in the upper atmosphere were generated as a part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) sponsored Basic Research on Ionospheric Characteristics and Effects (BRIOCHE) campaign to explore ionospheric phenomena and its impact on communications and space weather."
Now, for those that missed it, this means that HAARP (and by implication, any other such ionospheric heater, such as EISCAT), can create and sustain a plasma at various altitudes and, if the first set of statements be recalled, thus influence gravity wave breaking and thus the dynamics - including weather and space weather of the overall dynamic system.
Think about that...
And we'll see you on the....er....
....one more thing. Just remember, this is what they're telling us. Just imagine what they're not telling us.
Ok. Now I'm done. See you on the flip side.