Photo above (contrast enhanced to show structure) taken by me of the ‘fried’ sky on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State courtesy of the US Navy.
88 HAARP-like Transmitters around the planet!
VSF: Reading of the Springer textbook, the 2014 “Schumann Resonance for Tyros, Essentials of Global Electromagnetic Resonance in the Earth–Ionosphere Cavity” by Alexander Nickolaenko and Masashi Hayakawa — I found the Karimshino Observatory in Kamchatka Russia. The Kamchatka Peninsula is east of the Russian Sea of Okhotsk.
Both these regions have been very active in my NASA Worldview screenshot database. In fact some of the most amazing and uniquely bizarre cloud formations continually appear in and around these areas. It occurred to me that the transmitter technicians might be using observatories in other locations.
I began to search further and came across this stunning list of HAARP-like transmitters from the University of Massachusetts Lowell MA. These locations which are all around the planet, including Antarctica, correlate with the screenshot images I have been collecting from NASA Worldview. The term they use is Digisonde Instruments (digisonde ionospheric sounders). The word SONDE refers to any of various devices for testing physical conditions, often for remote or underwater locations. You can see the mind-blowing shocking list of 88 locations for yourself here:
New Zealand below the South Island(above – sepia & contrast enhanced) / Sept.22, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2ywaaPf
GLOBAL IONOSPHERE RADIO OBSERVATORY with Real-Time & Retrospective HF Ionospheric Sounding Data from Lowell DIDBase
The Lowell GIRO Data Center (LGDC) implements a suite of technologies for post-processing, modeling, analysis, and dissemination of the acquired and derived data products: IRI-based Real-time Assimilative Model, “IRTAM”, that builds and publishes every 15-minutes an updated “global weather” map of the peak density and height in the ionosphere, as well as a map of deviations from the classic IRI climate; Global Assimilative Model of Bottomside Ionosphere Timelines (GAMBIT) Database and Explorer holding 15 years worth of IRTAM computed maps at 15 minute cadence; 17+ million ionograms and matching ionogram-derived records of URSI-standard ionospheric characteristics and vertical profiles of electron density; 10+ million records of the Doppler Skymaps showing spatial distributions over the GIRO locations and plasma drifts; Data and software for Traveling Ionospheric Disturbance (TID) diagnostics; and HR2006 ray tracing software mated to the “realistic” IRTAM ionosphere. In cooperation with the URSI Ionosonde Network Advisory Group (INAG), the LGDC promotes cooperative agreements with the ionosonde observatories of the world to accept and process real-time data of HF radio monitoring of the ionosphere, and to promote a variety of investigations that benefit from the global-scale, prompt, detailed, and accurate descriptions of the ionospheric variability.
Further links & Map: http://giro.uml.edu/
Clarence Island Antarctica (above) / Sept.21, 2017. Radio-frequency/microwave evidence. https://go.nasa.gov/2yu6b63
SURA Facility / HAARP Like Facility
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
+56° 7′ 9.70″, +46° 2′ 3.66″
Antennas at Sura facility, Russia.
The Sura Ionospheric Heating Facility, located near the small town of Vasilsursk about 100 km eastward from Nizhniy Novgorod in Russia, is a laboratory for ionosphere research. Sura is capable of radiating about 190 MW, effective radiated power (ERP) on short waves. This facility is operated by the radiophysical research institute NIRFI in Nizhny Novgorod. The Sura facility was commissioned in 1981.
Using this facility, Russian researchers achieved extremely interesting results regarding the ionosphere behavior and discovered the effect of generation of low-frequency emission at the modulation of ionosphere current. At the beginning, Soviet Defense Department mostly footed the bill. The American HAARP ionospheric heater is similar to the Sura facility. The HAARP project began in 1993.
The frequency range of the heating facility is from 4.5 to 9.3 MHz. The facility consists of three 250 kW broadcasting transmitters and a 144 crossed dipole antenna-array with dimensions of 300 m x 300 m. At the middle of the operating frequency range (4.5 � 9.3 MHz) a maximum zenith gain of about 260 (~24 dB) is reached, the ERP of the facility is 190 MW (~83 dbW).
My NASA Worldview Screenshots:
Off Guadalupe Island & Baja CA (above) / Sept.21, 2017. When you zoom in far enough, you can often see the R/F ripple-ribbing in these ‘chunks’. This must require massive energy input. It must be scalar – at this level. Nothing like these forms in Earth base Nature. Sinister, creepy. https://go.nasa.gov/2wa19tK
Off Guadalupe Island & Baja CA (above) / Sept.21, 2017. The more I see these particular clouds, the more they resemble a ‘hive’ form. https://go.nasa.gov/2yuB7mx
Off Guadalupe Island & Baja CA (above) / Sept.21, 2017. https://go.nasa.gov/2w9BLEz
Off the Pacific Northwest coast (above) / Sept.21, 2017. More ‘hive’ bundle-coil forms. https://go.nasa.gov/2ytszwl
Pacific Ocean west of the tip of S. America (above) / Sept.21, 2017. This stuff gets more sinister by the day. I don’t think they care what we see – or do. https://go.nasa.gov/2wb975G
Pacific Ocean west of the tip of S. America (above) / Sept.21, 2017. The structure shows more clearly when I sepia enhance these images. https://go.nasa.gov/2w9WLep
Pacific Ocean west of the tip of S. America (above) / Sept.21, 2017. Tell me what is earthly natural about these forms? https://go.nasa.gov/2wakRWd
Antarctica (above) / Sept.21, 2017. More evidence of radio-frequency/microwave transmissions. https://go.nasa.gov/2ytxWeZ