Antarctica (above) Dec.14, 2017. Note the worm-like thick blobs that appear to twist. The thin stringy forms on the lower left are said to be surfactants. https://go.nasa.gov/2B2Ar9E
VSF: This is another one of my ‘pattern recognition’ adventures from collecting around 4000 screenshots from NASA Worldview. The video below explains that twisted carbon nanotubes can harvest energy directly from breathing (as in air & the atmosphere) and ocean waves. These twisted carbon nanotubes can generate electricity. I have become accustomed to extrapolating the available research I have found available on the net — and projecting, connecting that with what they might be doing in the atmosphere. I have been trying to decipher & interpret these NASA Worldview images. What do they in fact tell us? What do they represent in terms of scalar energy and electromagnetics? Can some of these screenshots that look like curled ‘spiral coils’ or worms & larvae, actually be atmospheric devices that are being used to both generate and/or store energy. Remember that Tesla was moving towards successfully harvesting power from the Ether.
The Global Electric Circuit: Electric Field and Conductivity of the Atmosphere
“… the clouds, precipitation, fogs, and dust clouds contain a large amount of spatial electric charges. The electric field permanently exists in the atmosphere even though there is a fine weather condition. … Owing to the presence of charged aerosols, the electric field may increase in amplitude…” — Ultra and Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, Vadim Surkov & Masashi Hayakawa; Springer Geophysics, Japan, 2014.
These tangled carbon nanotubes can harvest energy directly from breathing and ocean waves
By Andrew Wagner / Aug. 24, 2017
This yarn might not make the best sweater, but when pulled, it does something even better: It generates electricity. An international team of scientists made the new material, called “twistron harvesters,” by tying a carbon nanotube string into a tangled weave of carbon and submerging it into an electrolyte gel. When covered in the gel and pulled, the carbon nanotubes squeeze together and generate a small current—enough to momentarily light up a light-emitting diode (as you can see in the video above).
The researchers found that the twistron could harvest power directly from ocean waves or—when sewn into a shirt—from the wearer’s breathing motion, they report today in Science. More power can be generated if the harvesters are hooked up together, with peak power generation reaching 250 watts per kilogram. Because of their scalable nature, the researchers say these carbon nanotube yarns could be used anywhere reliable kinetic energy is available.
Antarctica (above) / Dec.17, 2017. Note the thick ‘joint like’ (possibly twisted together) clouds. There may be 100 miles of this form. https://go.nasa.gov/2p8fvvz
Mr. ElectroMagnetics says it this way: “Think atmosphere. They are trying to make the atmosphere an electronic integrated circuit using electrostatic, electromagnetic and electrodynamic means. The aluminum, barium, strontium, coal ash carbon, virus, the RNA, proteins, enzymes all mimic the elements of a solid state electronic device. This is like having a computer in the sky permitting complete control by the proper programming.”
Antarctica (above) / Dec.16, 2017. Magnetic South Pole. I have done an “optical analysis” through contrast & saturation enhancement to reveal the structural properties. https://go.nasa.gov/2CpITiV
Mr. ElectroMagnetics: “When you are able to control the atmosphere, you are able to make the atmosphere do anything you want it to do, you can make it a filter (like a camera filter changes the light spectrum), you can make it a shield (space fence), or a defensive weapon.”
Antarctica (above) / Dec.16, 2017. Magnetic South Pole. Are they utilizing the magnetic power energies of the magnetic South Pole? https://go.nasa.gov/2BmBzoR
Mr. ElectroMagnetics: “A semi-conductor in the sky: In a solid state semiconductor consisting of Germanium and Silicon, in their pure forms are non-conductors. To improve their conduction, a dopant must be introduced. In solid state electronics, dopants commonly used are Arsenic and Antimony. All your semiconductor materials use elements in the other non-metals and core-metals. Solid state electronics are made of these two groups. When you want to make a gaseous semi-conductor, it follows that you must use other non-metals and core-metals in the fabrication. All the metals they are using in the atmosphere come from other Non-metals and Core-metals. The only conclusion that we can come to is that the atmosphere is to be constructed to become a gaseous semi-conductor. The gaseous semi-conductor is the base material or structure of a semi-conductor computer in the atmosphere.”
The South Pacific Ocean, north of Antarctica and southwest of Chile (above) / Dec.15, 2017. These ‘worm-like’ spiral-coil larvae may be charged with scalar energy? There seem to be more and more of these kind of forms. Slight sepia and contrast enhanced. Note the parallel ripples on lower left. https://go.nasa.gov/2BgPJYr
Antarctica (above) / Dec.15, 2017. More twisted spiraling curls. Sepia enhanced. https://go.nasa.gov/2Bjid3R
Mr. ElectroMagnetics: “This leads one to the conclusion that by use of these semi-conductor devices in the air, this would be a means of controlling the atmosphere. Allow your imagination and thought processes to ponder upon why they would do this and what benefit they wish or desire to accomplish.”
South America, detail Isla Robinson Crusoe off the coast of Chile (above) / Dec.14, 2017.
Note larva shapes, electri-fried worms, the longitudinal scalar waves. Slight sepia & contrast enhanced. https://go.nasa.gov/2B25tPa
South Pacific Ocean, north of Antarctica and southwest of Chile (above) / Dec.15, 2017. Note the larvae shapes and scalar coils. Sepia enhanced. https://go.nasa.gov/2CjMEGj
South America (above) / Dec. 13, 2017. Larva shapes noted on lower right. https://go.nasa.gov/2o1HexD
Antarctica (above) / Dec.12, 2017. Note the spiral vortex, close-up, with slight sepia & contrast enhancement. https://go.nasa.gov/2nYPjDk