Thanks to Jim Lee for this… his description when sending this to me : “Proof HAARP radars modifying climate for geoengineering!”
After reading all the information, I agree, for sure this is proof beyond any shadow of a doubt, that RADAR and HAARP can be used to manipulate the atmosphere, not just “observe” it…. In case there is any question what kind of RADAR I’m referring to, I am talking about NEXRAD RADAR or other facilities which can target a MHz or GHz signal.
In my opinion, this is amazing proof that the use of frequency in the single MHz spectrum, can be used to ignite , or better put in their own words ‘ DESTROY ‘ methane in the atmosphere.
Simply put, this means any device, RADARs in particular, that can be targeted from a MHz to GHz frequency, will induce heating at X spot being targeted. In this case , the targeted frequency of 13.56 MHz destroys methane at the targeted point..
An amazing find here. all skeptics who said RADAR cannot be used to manipulate the atmosphere will need to re-assess their positions, and issue retractions where necessary.
here is just a sample from the full article linked above:
by Malcolm P.R. Light
October 7th, 2012
Methane is now being expelled into the Arctic atmosphere by the subsea methane hydrates at a fast increasing rate and that this expulsion began in earnest in August 2010 (Figure 1; Arctic atmospheric methane concentrations at ca 7 km altitude – Yurganov 2012; Carana 2011 a,b,c; 2012 a,b; Light 2002 a,b; 2011 a,b,c; 2012 a,b,c; Light and Carana 2011). The methane is rising into the stratosphere and mesosphere where some of it is being oxidised to produce larger quantities of noctilucent clouds between 76 and 85 km altitude. These noctilucent clouds were seen north of Norway but are now occurring at much lower latitudes over Colorado. An early figure from NASA indicates that noctilucent clouds were originally confined to the southern polar regions (Figure 2).
Prof. James Russel of Hampton University argues that the build up of methane in the atmosphere is the reason for the increase in noctilucent clouds. Prof Russel says that “When methane makes its way into the upper atmosphere it is oxidised by a complex series of reactions to form water vapour. This extra water vapour is then available to grow ice crystals for noctilucent clouds”. Therefore if we succeed in breaking down the methane in the stratosphere and mesosphere using the HAARP – IRIS (Ionospheric Research Instrument) using the 13.56 MHz methane destruction frequency it could lead to an increase in noctilucent cloud formation in a circular zone directly above the HAARP transmitters which could be detected by optical cameras or radar. The HAARP tests should be conducted in the summer when the temperatures are at their lowest in Alaska (140o to 160o Kelvin) increasing the chances of noctilucent cloud formation from the radio frequency oxidised methane. The HAARP IRIS transmitters normal frequency range is from 2.8 MHz to 10 MHz (Wales 2012). If for example a 10 MHz carrier wave is modulated by a 3.56 MHz signal it will produce and Upper Side Frequency of 13.56 MHz the required methane destruction frequency and a Lower Side Frequency of 6.44 MHz (see Table 3)(Penguin Dictionary of Physics, 2000)
NASA modelling shows a wide equatorial band of stratospheric methane reaching 1.8 ppmv, much higher than occurs in the troposphere indicating that the methane is rising up into the stratosphere where it is now accumulating and it will soon form a continuous global warming veil causing extreme heating of the Earth’s surface by trapping the suns heat below it (Figure 3)(Light 2011c).
The problem is that the methane being released into the Arctic atmosphere from destabilization of the submarine methane hydrates has an extremely high global warming potential compared to carbon dioxide, close to 100 times for the first 15 years of its life (Wales 2012; Dessuse et al. 2008). Hence a methane concentration of 2 ppmv is approximately equivalent to adding 200 ppmv of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, i.e. multiplying the present carbon dioxide content by 1.5. But 2 ppmv is only 2 ten thousands of a percent of methane and you need about 15 percent of methane in the air for it to burn (Wales 2012). Therefore you cannot burn these giant clouds of methane erupting into the Arctic atmosphere and they are rising so fast through the troposphere into the stratosphere that they become impossible to deal with without some action at a distance method such as radio waves or laser. We could of course try to get chemicals up there and into the Arctic but that would lead to even more pollution in the long run. Vibrating the ionosphere at the correct methane destruction radio frequency using HAARP may help to oxidise some of the methane throughout the entire stratosphere and troposphere but more localised radio/laser destruction of the rising methane clouds will also be required if we are going to make any dent at all in the volume of methane that is now being released into the atmosphere from the Arctic ocean.
We are dealing with oceanic methane being released in increasing quantities into the atmosphere from destabilised methane hydrates over which we have no control at all and once it is in the air and in the stratosphere we presently have no way to break it down. This Stratospheric methane reservoir is going to increase in density, thickness and extent until it encompasses the entire Earth and will eventually cause catastrophic global warming and the extinction of all life on earth (Light 2011c). Furthermore because the methane remains mostly in the stratosphere, it is not recorded when average atmospheric compositions are determined at Mauna Loa and other locations so we don’t know how much is up there yet (Light 2011c). When the German-French Merlin Lidar methane detecting satellite is launched in 2014 we should have a better idea of the methane distribution from the surface to 50 km altitude.
When the Arctic ice cap melts towards the end of 2015 there will be a massive increase in the amount of heat being absorbed by the Arctic ocean from the sun. Tthe Gulf Stream which presently feeds the Arctic with Atlantic water along the west side of Svalbard and through the Barents Sea is normally cooled when it hits the floating ice pack and this will cease to happen bringing even vaster amounts of Atlantic heat via the Gulf Stream into the Arctic. Consequently the Arctic subsea methane hydrates will destabilize at an even faster rate because of the increasing Arctic ocean temperature pouring methane into the Arctic atmosphere and stratosphere (Light 2011c, Light 2012a, b).
The extreme weather events in the United States this year which included record heating and drought conditions, massive loss of food crops with farmers going bankrupt, more hurricane flooding in New Orleans and tornadoes in New York is just a small sample of what will come in the next four or five summers as the Arctic ice finally melts. The Arctic ice cap works like the Earths air conditioner because of the latent heat of melting and freezing of the floating ice and its effect on moderating atmospheric temperatures.
An extensive stratospheric methane warming veil is spreading over the United States and is undoubtedly the reason for the extreme weather events and very high temperatures. The livelihoods of all the American people are going to be totally compromised in the next few years unless we develop a system of destroying the atmospheric methane that is erupting in the Arctic from the destabilization of submarine methane hydrates and is accumulating as a global warming veil in the stratosphere and mesosphere
We are facing impossible odds with regard to the Arctic ocean methane release and in the same way that Colonel Travis drew a line at the Alamo to ask for volunteers to help him defend the mission against Santa Ana’s massive Mexican army, I am drawing a virtual line through the snow on the top of the Arctic ice pack to ask for volunteers to defend the American people from the fast gathering Arctic methane global firestorm. We desperately need dedicated scientists and engineers to volunteer to develop an effective “action at a distance” method of destroying the Arctic oceanic methane clouds as they are erupting from the sea surface and entering the stratosphere and mesosphere. If the United States can land giant rovers on the mars with a sky crane, surely American engineers and scientists are up to this challenge. We need to get rid of as much of this atmospheric methane as we can to drop the polar temperatures to reasonable levels. This will of course have to go hand in hand with a massive cut back in carbon dioxide emissions from all developed and developing countries.
Methane in the air may be decomposed between two radio transmitters where the two radio beams intersect one another at right angles within the atmospheric methane cloud such as in Figure 4 (Table 3). In this system one of the frequencies of the two transmissions is 10 MHz and the other 23.56 MHZ which generates a beat frequency of 13.56 MHZ, the required frequency to break down the first C-H bond in the methane molecule.
If the ratios of the transmitted frequencies are 1:2, 1:3, 2:3 or 3:4, planar cross shaped harmonics are generated in the interference pattern (Ashton 2001) generated by the two transmitters which are at right angles and this should lead to increased destruction of the methane molecule because its four hydrogen bonds can be viewed as forming a cross (Figure 4).
Another method of destroying the atmospheric methane clouds is for three transmitters to be situated on the corners of an equilateral triangle and the correct distance apart so that their three transmission beams intersect exactly at right angles in space within the methane cloud we are wanting to decompose (Figure 5). These three transmitters set up an interference pattern which is a cube of the original linear transmission beams (Figure 5). Accordingly, the three transmitters and the intersection point form a three dimensional interference figure (Figure 5).
Each 27.12 MHz beam has energy some 5.77 times as much and a 54.24 MHZ beam has energy some 11.54 times as much as the amount of energy required to break the first C-H bond in the methane molecule.
The resonance of the fundamental Degenerate Deformation (e)/ (3 power 10) vibration on the C – H bond with the 13.56 MHz harmonic in concert with the compression and extension of the methane H – H separation by the fundamental Synthetic Stretching resonance/ (3 power 9) will grow until one of the methane C – H bonds breaks eliminating the methane molecule from the global warming equation. This process will be enhanced by the generation of a three dimensional cross – shaped radio frequency ( (4:2, 3:2, 3:1,2:1) interference pattern in the methane clouds by using three transmitters separated such, that the three radio beams intersect one another exactly at right angles (Figures 5 and 6).
Project Lucy aims to design, build and test a microwave and laser transmission system targeting low-altitude methane clouds, while the HAARP experiment will target stratospheric methane clouds with the aim of breaking down the first C – H bond as soon as the methane erupts from the Arctic ocean into the atmosphere (Light and Carana, 2012) (Figure 7). Methyl group gases and oxygen and ionized hydrogen are released from the methane and water and the hydrogen will rise into the troposphere and stratosphere and combine to form H2.
One of the more complex radio and laser frequency methane destruction systems can be set up by three transmitters arranged in an equilateral triangle so that they set up a cubic interference pattern within the rising methane cloud (Figure 7). The transmitters can be mounted on submarines, planes and after 2015 on boats and drilling rigs when the Arctic ice cap has completely melted (Arctic News, 2012).
In this system each of the three radio transmitters will have a linked Lidar atmospheric methane detection laser with a 50 km effective range continuously scanning the 3D radio interference pattern ahead of a methane heating laser similar to the laser system designed for the Merlin satellite (see Ehret 2012 and Lidar lasers in this article). The leading methane detection laser (Ehret 2012) and lagging methane heating laser (Sternowski 2012) will be aimed subparallel to the (13.56 MHz; 27.12 MHz; 40.68 MHz or 54.24 MHz) radio transmission beam and they will scan the entire face of the cubic interference pattern in a repetitive sequence similar to an electron gun on a TV screen. The methane heating laser which will be tuned to the fundamental and degenerate methane bending and stretching frequencies (V1 – V4) (Boudon 2012; Sternowski, 2012) and will be oriented subparallel to the atmospheric methane detection laser but will scan slightly behind it.
The 9 radio and laser transmission systems will be linked via a geostationary satellite to a neural net computer system at a base station which will continuously monitor the methane content in the cloud (as well as wind direction and speed?) and automatically adjust the frequencies, polarizations, phase shifts and beam directions of all three separate transmitter arrays to achieve maximum methane destruction at all times.
We can imagine that the methane molecules will be spinning in the rising Arctic atmospheric methane cloud and at some moment in time, a portion of them will have one of their four hydrogen protons located at the top as shown in Figure 8. If we then imagine three in phase electromagnetic (EM) transmissions advancing parallel to the upper three sides of the methane tetrahedron with a relative wavelength equal to about 1.7751 Angstroms (10^-10 meters) and that these three waves sum at the crest of the spinning methane molecule, they should eject the positive methane proton from repulsion when they synchronously pulse positive. This process should work to a lesser degree for any larger wavelength harmonics of the H – H spacing EM wavelength assumed in this example so long as the three transmissions are exactly in phase and help break the “Perfect Diamond Cleavage Surface” zone of weakness in the methane molecule which is situated at half the H – H spacing (see Figures 6 and 8). For this system to be most effective the three transmission systems should be located at the lower three corners of an equilateral triangle of a tetrahedron as shown in Figures 5 and 8.
Yet another way of destabilizing the upper hydrogen proton in a spinning methane molecule is by circular polarization of one of the three in phase EM transmissions (Figure 9). When these three EM transmissions sum at the top of the spinning methane molecule they will eject the upper hydrogen proton as they synchronously pulse positive assisted by a circular polarization torque on the proton which will try to rotate it toward the adjacent positive proton field (Figure 9). Circular polarization of the EM transmissions could also increase the rate of spin of the methane molecules thus increasing the centrifugal force and making the C – H bonds weaker.
Effective Radiated Power (ERP) of electromagnetic (EM) systems is a standard theoretical measurement of radio frequency (RF) energy and is determined by subtracting system losses and adding system gains (Wales, 2012). Additional energy will be required for the third circularly polarized transmitter because circular polarization reduces the strength of the Effective Radiated Power (ERP) by about a half (Wales, 2012). The same applies to transmissions where there is an equal split between horizontal and vertical polarization which cuts the reported Effective Radiated Power (ERP) in half (Wales, 2012).
An additional laser system could be connected to the Lidar – laser atmospheric methane detection and methane heating lasers to also detect wind motion and direction within the methane cloud using a doppler (frequency shift) system (Ehret, 2012). This wind speed and direction detection system could be used to adjust the strength and direction of the radio and laser transmission network to compensate for increases or decreases in the methane input due to wind velocity changes.
In this case the complete transmission system would involve three radio transmitters, three wind speed/direction lasers, three Lidar atmospheric methane detection lasers and three methane heating lasers which will energise the fundamental and degenerate bending and stretching modes of the methane molecule, 12 transmitters in all.