August 8, 2013, approximately 4pm CT, a very large RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” appeared out of the Kitchener / Toronto Canada RADAR station.
We don’t normally see too many of these types of pulses — a fully illuminated hollow ring is not an everyday occurrence.
The Canadian RADAR sent a large burst of microwaves out to the perimeter (to the edge of its coverage area). This pulse is actually targeted upwards / outwards from the base station — causing only the ring edge to experience the brunt of the pulse — notice the “hollow” center — better called a “silent” center.
Watch the center of the pulse for up to 72 hours from the point of emission for possible severe weather to develop — hail, damaging winds, and even the possibility of spot tornadoes.
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