The Ross Ice Shelf – Antarctica observed by Mr. ElectroMagnetics: The cloud formation gives a “fingerprint” visual representation of the scalar wave energy present in that region of space. / A Three Day Comparison

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Sea and Marie Byrd Land (above) / Jan.29, 2018. More evidence of scalar wave radiation. Contrast & saturation, etc. maxed to reveal the radiation ripples.  https://go.nasa.gov/2FutOOC

Mr. ElectroMagnetics observations on the Ross Ice Shelf:

The water vapor cloud is just like the water vapor cloud in a cloud chamber at CERN. The cloud chamber at CERN gives a visual image of a charged particle moving through the cloud chamber because the charged particle effects the water moisture in the cloud chamber and creates a visual disturbance.

This visual disturbance in the water moisture in the cloud above the sea gives a visual image of the electromagnetic energy traveling through the air above the sea. The cloud is effected by the charge of the electromagnetic energy. The cloud is sensitive to the scalar energy passing through the water vapor. The cloud formation gives a visual representation of the scalar wave energy present in that region of space.

The cloud chamber [as a useful comparison] gives a three dimensional representation of the energy. It extends from the highest portion of the cloud down to the sea level and possibly below the sea level. When this scalar energy is of the characteristic of heating that region of space, it may be the foundation of heating the ice at sea level and therefore melting the ice at sea level — and/or ground level.

As the ice melts it further erodes the ice/glacier formations and leaves evidence of flow of water melted from the ice. This water traverses from a high altitude down to sea level. You can look at the erosion patterns in the ice and/or ground to provide additional information to explain the event of the melting glaciers.

The scalar wave ripples are a visual detector of the energy in the clouds — like a finger print.

– Mr. ElectroMagnetics

 

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. Contrast & saturation maxed to reveal scalar wave radiation patterns.                                                                   https://go.nasa.gov/2Gr7Fli

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. Contrast & saturation maxed to reveal scalar wave radiation patterns. Detail.
https://go.nasa.gov/2GorSbo

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Ice Shelf detail (above) / Jan.29. Note the cross hatching in the scalar wave radiation. Also there is a vortex in the ice on left. Contrast & saturation enhanced to show ripples and shadows better.                                                      https://go.nasa.gov/2Gurfxc

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Ice Shelf detail (above) / Jan.29. Contrast & saturation enhanced to show the depth of the shadows better.  The flow lines (bottom right-center) show how the melt is eroding the ice.                                                                                         https://go.nasa.gov/2Fpcn1N

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Ice Shelf detail (above) / Jan.29, 2018.  A comparison of three days.                                                                                                                            https://go.nasa.gov/2GuXD2u

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Ice Shelf detail (above) / Jan.28, 2018.  A comparison of three days. The collapsed area appears bigger than yesterday.                                     https://go.nasa.gov/2FomyDE

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Ice Shelf detail (above) / Jan.27, 2018. A comparison of three days. Patterns different than yesterday. Is there more melting/collapse?  https://go.nasa.gov/2Fp4Gsv

ANTARCTICA, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. Note the spiral-coil worms, charged with radiation. I have maxed the contrast, saturation, etc. to show the scalar wave ripples.https://go.nasa.gov/2FpN4wH

ANTARCTICA, in the area near Ross Ice Shelf, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. The area is loaded with radiation ripples. Sepia enhanced.                                       https://go.nasa.gov/2FpqKTF

ANTARCTICA, in the area near Ross Ice Shelf, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. The area is loaded with radiation ripples. The contrast etc. is maxed to reveal evidence of radiation – scalar waves.                                                                                           https://go.nasa.gov/2GrRqoc

ANTARCTICA, in the area near Ross Ice Shelf, The Ross Sea (above) / Jan.28, 2018. The area is loaded with radiation ripples. Sepia enhanced.
https://go.nasa.gov/2FrGk1h

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