4/8/2013 — Antennas producing multiple KM heated areas above stations — Airports and Microwave Towers

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Quite literally — burning it up.

Mt-beacon-towers

RADAR is revealing multiple spots where Microwave towers / Transmission Stations are causing a several KM wide heating of the atmosphere.

As we saw in Illinois and Nebraska several weeks ago… we see occur again today (April 8, 2013) in North Dakota.

Just as in the previous events, the heating is limited to a SINGLE state …  No heating showing in adjacent states , even though temperatures are warmer in neighboring regions.

A few people raised questions about whether or not RADAR can detect Snow vs. Ice vs. Rain, I’ve explained this before, but its best to hear it from the professionals (to silence any doubters).

The Current Radar map shows areas of current precipitation. A weather radar is used to locate precipitation, calculate its motion, estimate its type (rain, snow, hail, etc.), and forecast its future position and intensity. Modern weather radars are mostly doppler radars, capable of detecting the motion of rain droplets in addition to intensity of the precipitation. Both types of data can be analyzed to determine the structure of storms and their potential to cause severe weather. Precipitation type is indicated by the color – green is rain, pink is a mix of rain, freezingrain, sleet, and/or snow, and blue is snow.

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First, an overview of the entire area.  State of North Dakota..

heated areas full view april 8 2013

Below is a current temperature reading across the region — notice the areas in question (in North Dakota) are far below freezing.

dickinson ND radar heated april 8 temps 1245pm ct

1st Example:

Tioga, North Dakota — A stationary heated area that does not move with the storm.

tioga ND radar april 8 2013

At the epicenter of the heated area — two things.. A large broadcast tower, and an Airport

tioga comilation

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2nd example:

Dickinson, North Dakota, a stationary heated area that does not move with the storm.

dickinson ND radar heated april 8 closeup

dickinson ND radar heated april 8 2013

At the epicenter of the heated area — THREE places of interest that could be causing this event.. A large broadcast tower, an Airport, AND a Stanford VLF location (GWEN tower):

dickinson ND gwen tower google eartha

dickinson final

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3rd example:

East Morton, North Dakota — A stationary heated area that does not move with the storm.

morton nd radar heated april 8 2013

At the epicenter of the heated area — a series of large broadcast towers..

east morton ND final towers

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This happened a few times over the past 2 months:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/3242013-rf-radio-frequency-induced-heating-seen-real-time-on-radar/

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

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

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

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/392013-multiple-antennas-producing-small-heated-and-cooled-areas-above-transmitters/

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How could 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)

http://climateviewer.com/3D/index.html

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