As tornadoes complete their march through America’s heartland, and earthquakes rattle the planet, questions as to the nature of these events are being raised anew, particularly among those aware of the capabilities of HAARP technology. Indeed, the more one understands about the levels of technological development achieved in the upper reaches of government and elitist corporations, the more one is forced to question what previously could be taken for granted as a natural occurrence.
Nevertheless, the very concept of man-made weather is simply too much for many stuck in mainstream tunnel vision to grasp. Admittedly, those of us not actually involved in the project, as a result of overwhelming secrecy and blatant refusal to divulge any real information on the HAARP system, are left to much speculation.
Some individuals may claim that HAARP is incapable of producing large-scale events. Others, however, find a way to blame virtually every natural disaster on the technology. In the end, the truth likely sits somewhere in between.
Regardless, there are individuals who have done amazing amounts of good research regarding HAARP with very little resources at their disposal. Obviously, these researchers have developed their own terminology and designation for the anomalies surrounding weather and HAARP events.
Specifically, terms like “Scalar Squares,” “HAARP Rings,” and “Stairstep Patterns” have become accepted nomenclature for many who follow the HAARP system and its effects on weather patterns and the environment.
These terms have become highly used in HAARP-related videos on YouTube and, unfortunately, are the subject of much ridicule by those still ignorant of scientific advancements. More often than not, the very concept of using these types of “patterns,” or even the technology itself, is rejected as tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theory.
However, the folks at Sincedutch have produced a paper published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters by researchers working on a grant presented to Stanford University by the Office of Naval Research regarding the efficacy of a new type of ELF/VLF wave generation. This new method of wave generation – using HAARP itself – is called “geometric modulation” due to the use of geometric patterns for wave generation.
As the paper entitled, “Geometric modulation: A more effective method of steerable ELF/VLF wave generation with continuous HF heating of the lower ionosphere,” states, geometric modulation is a “new method of ELF/VLF wave generation, . . . involving the scanning the HF heating beam in a geometric pattern without modulating its power.”
In the second section of the paper designated “Experimental Setup,” the researchers describe the three main types of geometric modulation patterns used which are subsequently labeled:
- line-sweep, defined as “where the heating beam scans back and forth along a chosen azimuth, completing a full back and forth scan . . . in one ELF/VLF period;”
- sawtooth-sweep, defined as “where the heating beam scans along one chosen azimuth, completing one sweep across the path in one ELF/VLF period and starting back at the initial end;” and
- circle-sweep, defined as “where the heated beam follows a circular pattern with some radius. . .”
As Sincedutch points out, these designations closely parallel those being used in the alternative media/research communities. Interestingly enough, the terms provided by the independent researchers were largely gleaned from radar signatures, which might explain why the terms are so similar without one side being privy to the other. The name might be slightly different – i.e. HAARP Rings=Circle Sweep, Scalar Squares=Square Waves, and Stairstep Patterns=Sawtooth Sweeps – but the pattern remains the same.
This demonstrates, among other things, that many independent researchers have been on target for some time, even as the mainstream has attempted to demonize and ridicule them into obscurity.
One other interesting piece of information provided by this paper is the reasoning behind the use of geometric modulation in the first place. According to the researchers,
Furthermore, since amplitudes of ELF/VLF signals generated via modulated HF heating as observed on the ground are roughly proportional to total HF power delivered to the ionosphere [Barr and Stubbe, 1991], with some variations resulting from a saturation mechanism at these power levels [Moore et al., 2006] the 7-11 dB enhancement exceeds the 6dB enhancement that would be expected by simply doubling the power of HAARP.
Translating this information into English simply means that geometric modulation is capable of significantly enhancing the HF power projected into the ionosphere, not merely upping the power of the HAARP station itself.
As the paper states in the “Conclusion,”
Near HAARP, GM is less effective than AM below 2kHz, but more effective above 3 kHz. For long distance observations, GM consistently produces substantially stronger signals than AM for ELF/VLF frequencies above 3 kHZ, by as much as 7-11 dB. In addition, GM can lead to the creation of an unprecedented ELF phased array, capable of directed radiation at different azimuths within the EIW.
Again, this means that geometric modulation, given the right circumstances, can be used to drastically increase the ELF powers of HAARP and such related technology.
The paper cited above was published in 2008. However, projects such as HAARP are not quite as new as many might think. I have said before in many of my articles that if the general public is made aware of any new type of research, then the truth is that the technology they are being introduced to is now obsolete. We can safely assume that HAARP and projects like it are at least 50 years ahead of what many so-called “conspiracy theorists” take them to be, much less the mainstream commentators (where they exist).
After all, keep in mind that the paper cited in this article actually cites a previous study where ELF/VLF wave generation was demonstrated in a HAARP-like experiment of its own . . . That study took place in 1974.
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