3/9/2013 — Multiple antennas producing small heated, and cooled areas above transmitters

Sunny 103.3FM here!  Burning up the airwaves …..

LITERALLY — burning up the air — with waves.. RF (radio frequency) having a real world effect in the atmosphere.

Mt-beacon-towers

We are seeing antennas transmission areas show up on RADAR!

http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx

The transmission towers are producing limited heated areas above their transmitting antennas.

RADAR precipitation detection is showing multiple stationary heated areas — if you look up the areas using the FCC database, it reveals these are antenna locations .. literally round circles of heated atmosphere appearing about the spots of the transmitters .

Keep in mind, we are not seeing the actual frequency of the transmitters, only the end result of their transmissions.. some are heating.. others have been observed to have a cooling effect.

here is a short video of the live RADAR today (showing the heated spots as stationary)

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How can Radio Frequency heat the atmosphere?  Read much more on the subject here:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/want-to-know-about-weather-modification-haarp-vlf-hf-and-chemtrails-want-to-prove-it-to-a-non-believer-here-you-go/

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All locations can be verified using :

http://www.climateviewer.com (turn on electromagnetic options on the left in the control bar — then select FCC)

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here is an overview of the storm zoomed out — notice the heated and cooled spots.. some very circular in shape  .. the warm spots stay STATIONARY as the storm passes through .. indicating these are ground based in nature.. something on the ground is causing heating to take place — keeping the heated spots static (not moving) above each location:

multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ring

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1st example — Fosston, MN — directly below center of “warm” ring (non-frozen) is a transmitter only one around for miles:

fosston multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ringatrasmitter 1 fosston mn march 9 2013

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2nd example — Kego, Minnesota — again, a small circular shaped “warm” ring (non-froznen) signature, and again… a transmitter underneath this spot as well.. and also again the only transmitter for miles

Kego, MN multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ringa1Kego MN radio transmitter march 9 2013

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3rd example — South of Beaver Bay, Minnesota — again, a small circular shaped “warm” ring (non-froznen) signature, and yet again… a transmitter underneath this spot as well.. and also the only transmitter for miles

multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ringa2trasmitter 2 beaver bay canada mn march 9 2013

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4th example — Superior, Wisconsin — again, a small circular shaped “warm” ring (non-froznen) signature, and yet again… a transmitter underneath this spot as well.. several miles until the next transmitter

multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ringa3trasmitter 3 superior WI march 9 2013

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5th example — Imperial, Nebraska — again, a small circular shaped “warm” ring (non-froznen) signature, and yet again… a transmitter underneath this spot as well.. several miles until the next transmitter

Imperial NE multiple antenna heaters coolers minnesota wisconsin march 9 2013 haarp ringa4trasmitter 4 imperial nebraska march 9 2013

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Previous examples of RF (radio frequency) having a direct effect (heating AND cooling) detected on RADAR:

Monticello, Iowa — Cooling of the atmosphere above the station:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/392013-antenna-produces-cooling-in-the-atmosphere-observed-real-time-on-radar/

iowa FM radio antenna cooling area HAARP ring

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Peru, Illinois heating of the atmosphere above the station:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/352013-illinois-regional-airport-real-time-heating/

walter a duncan airport radar heater haarp ring

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Scott Airforce Base, Illinois heating of the atmosphere above the station:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/352013-air-force-base-radar-causes-storm-to-be-heated-realtime-haarp-ring-radar-heater/

st louis snow scott AFB radar heater

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