Electric Earthquake: Man-Made Disasters

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Since the days of Nikola Tesla, madmen have imagined the possibility of inducing natural disasters. Through the use of modern technology based on some of his work, that goal is no longer science fiction. Ionospheric heaters are capable of inducing the same sympathetic resonance between the Earth (Telluric currents), atmosphere (Ionospheric current), and our sun. That “Quantum Vibration” or sympathetic …

Our Oceans’ Changing Electromagnetic Environment

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Our oceans are fast becoming a killing field for many marine mammals and other sea dwellers. Beachings are occurring with more frequency than ever. Mass fish kills are a common occurrence. Scientists are calling this the “Sixth Great Extinction Event”. Yet, few are correlating these changes to increases in energy and perturbations in the electromagnetic spectrum. Modern technology is having …

Man-made EM Perturbation and Catastrophic Event

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The case for electromagnetic perturbations in the Earth’s Ionosphere/Atmosphere interface causing catastrophic events has been widely studied. Although, some suggest the Sun is the source of that perturbation, others have studied the phenomena and conclude, man-made perturbation of the EM spectrum can produce the same results. “The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is currently the most important facility …

Electromagnetic Fracking and Earthquake Swarms

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Fracking processes have taken a giant leap forward in with Radio frequency heating technology. The use of a downhole di-pole antenna array provides the necessary localized equipment for specific RF heating of shale oil deposits. Although the technology is vastly more efficient, it still requires the use of propane and other chemical agents in the extraction process. Reduction in the …

Earth’s Global Atmospheric Electric Grid Circuit

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The Earth is swimming in electricity. The Ionosphere has an electrical voltage potential of ~ 250,000 v/km. The key to tapping into that voltage potential is understanding how it works. More importantly, the key to controlling the GAEC  is understanding its dynamics. “It’s difficult to comprehend the world before electricity was put to use to power our homes, streets, and …