kinetic energy of naturally occurring stratospheric wind at altitudes of 22 to

Kinetic energy of naturally occurring stratospheric

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kinetic energy of naturally-occurring stratospheric wind at altitudes of 22 to 32 kilometer; Since there is evidence that wind currents in the stratosphere appear to be linked to certain weather patterns on earth, such winds can be produced with the present invention at selected locations and altitudes which can be used in establishing such weather patterns. This invention can be employed in any region of the atmosphere or space where an artificial magnetic field or fields can be generated after which the electron cyclotron resonance heating is carried out …. 29
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In this process, artificial particles can be added to the region which is excited by the electron cyclotron resonance in any manner …. In this method, sufficient electromagnetic radiation can be transmitted so that altered plasma in the region is trapped on the artificial field line or lines between mirror points and oscillates back and forth there between. If the electron cyclotron resonance excited region is energized sufficiently to cause a rising plasma region, this rising region can pull with it a substantial portion of neutral particles which exist in or near the plasma region For a very good example of HAARP activity, and the “ slicing ” action that is so characteristic of HAARP, watch for these in your smoke columns as well. The pulsing will only last for a few minutes at a time, Strange clouds in Lancaster County , August 19, 2007, HAARP and MEV ELECTRONS (Mega-Electron Volt) for a definition. “If the HAARP system, or a system like it only larger, can accelerate copius amounts of MEV electrons along magnetic field lines in the atmosphere, then … a geosynchronous satellite could be destroyed within 20 minutes. This produces extremely high laser pressure (called the ponderomotive force ), which can drive a high-amplitude plasma "wake-field plasma wave." In physics , a ponderomotive force is a nonlinear force that a charged particle experiences in a rapidly oscillating, inhomogeneous electric or electromagnetic field. RESONANCE HEATING OF ELECTRONS The core hypothesis underlying the ARCO patents was to generate huge amounts of MEV electrons along magnetic field lines above the earth's surface as shown in the MEV link. Resonance energy can be applied many ways to objects. 30
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WIND was the force that created a resonance effect and toppled the Tacoma narrows bridge in 1940. “A resonant heating method of creating MEV electrons using Radio Frequency (RF) waves was developed and exploited by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Subsequent plasma devices have generated MEV electrons in the laboratory with resonant heating. “The ARCO patents by Dr. Eastlund, hypothesized a large phased array antenna located in Alaska with its RF energy focused at altitudes 100km or more above the earth.
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