Interference Theory and Plasma Orb Phenomena

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Interference of electromagnetic waves occurs when two or more sources of radiation cross paths. This naturally occurring phenomena has been a subject of research and development for many years. The results of this research, is advancements in remote sensing, mineral mapping, and atmospheric studies. Through the interference of EM waves and collimation of beam form, analysis of matter can be …

Atmospheric Ionization via Electromagnetic Perturbation

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The rare phenomena referred to as ‘hole punch clouds’ or ‘fallstreak hole’ formations are becoming more common. Described by conventional meteorology as a anomaly related to ‘gravity waves’. This term is a misnomer. Release of stored atmospheric electrical charge potential is the actual cause of these phenomena. While this phenomena can be produced by naturally occurring atmospheric electrical discharge. It …