: AM Broadcast1.45 MHZ causes ozone depletion and drives climate change.
" I began to research microwave frequencies and learned that 2.45GHz is a gyrofrequency. A multiple of the cyclotron resonance at ~1.4MHz which also happens to fall in the AM broadcast band. This was another clue that led me to research done by HAARP and UK’s University of Leicester on these frequencies. These studies show that these RF are unlike others in that there threshold for Thermal Self-focusing Instability (TSI) is far lower than the normal radio frequencies. In fact they found no absolute minimum. This means that any calculation to determine cyclotron RF effect must be multiplied by a factor of 5-10 if not more according to the Solar Powered Satellite research." "
Top 10 reasons to consider Broadcast over CO2 as the main driver for climate change
1.We have no proof for CO2 or CFC’s, these are theories that weakened in the last decade, but we have proof that radio waves stimulate a known ozone depletion mechanism and we can test it again and again.
2.Of the three major forms of ozone depletion the IPCC only bases policy on one of them…air pollution. Solar variance can’t be accurately measured and electron precipitation isn’t even mentioned.
3.Electron precipitation can cause as much ozone depletion as CFC’s, and even though CFC's have been declining since 2000, the ozone hole was the largest ever in October of 2006. This leaves us to consider that perhaps CFC’s aren’t the cause. Electron precipitation is not declining.
4.The path of energy can be verified by science and the input is there, AM broadcast 1.45 MHz : gyrofrequency. (See Broadcast Theory)
5.If you look at the effects that the frequencies we use have on the environment and match those effects with the historic dates in which that technology came on, you will see a pattern in the global temperature anomalies graph.
6.In the late 1940’s the temperature took a major down fall for about five years or so and at that time both CO2 and solar variance were on the rise. During this time the largest shift in human broadcast frequency propagation occurred, as television came on it suppressed the path of energy allowing the ozone layer to repair and the temperature dropped.
7.This shift in 1946/47 can also been seen in the weather patterns and ocean oscillation cycles as an increase in ocean level and precipitation/snow.
(See 'Winter of 1946/47')
8.I’ve found high power broadcast transmitters by reading NO2 signatures from NASAs OMI satellite map. There are three of them in little Walnut California in the same area with a total ERP of 30MW! This generates a perfectly round spot of NO2 that is clearly visible in the satellite map.
9.I predicted an ozone anomaly resulting from the October 17th UK digital switch ON, it did occur.
(See 'Watch It ! )
10.This theory answers many questions that scientists have pondered: 155 day boiling of the suns photosphere, NLC clouds forming in deposition areas of WEP, global temperature rise, La Nina persists, and more
Ozone depletion describes two distinct, but related observations: a slow, steady decline of about 4 percent per decade in the total amount of ozone in Earth's stratosphere since around 1980; and a much larger, but seasonal decrease in stratospheric ozone over Earth's polar regions during the same period. The latter phenomenon is commonly referred to as the ozone hole.
As the ozone layer becomes thinner it blocks less and less solar radiation allowing this solar energy to heat ocean water and influence the disassociation of atmospheric water into vapor. The increase in water vapor then acts as a greenhouse gas and is heated by the increase solar radiation. Water vapor is the most abundant of all greenhouse gasses in the global greenhouse effect.
Polar ice caps have been melting below the ozone holes and although scientists observe ocean levels rising around the globe, since the 70's Arctic ocean levels have actually been dropping due to evaporation and salinity." "The Swedish Institute of Space Physics have already proven that radio waves stimulate a known ozone depletion mechanism and warned that global broadcast is a major public concern.
Broadcast Theory reveals that there is indeed a connection between our historic use of broadcast frequencies and the global climate.
The United States plans to "Own the weather by 2025" and to do this we are going to have to understand the role broadcast plays in our global ecosystem, society and the scientific community, which is going to have to deal with the implications this technology has on our green economy." http://broadcast.homestead.com/BroadcastTheory.html
Swedish Institute of Space Physics Science Objectives - Studies of Electromagnetic Radiation in Space
"Recently we have demonstrated experimentally that radio waves from modern radio stations are strong enough that the interaction in the reflecting region of the ionosphere is such that the plasma no longer can be thought of as a passive, reflecting mirror. A more accurate description of the ionospheric plasma is that it self-modifies weakly its reflecting properties more or less in synchronism with the radio waves that propagate through and reflect from it. The fact that the "mirror" so to speak takes an active part in the reflection process is due to weak, complicated, but important non-linear (non-proportional) properties which can lead to turbulence and perhaps even chaos in the plasma. We call this phenomenon ionospheric modification and its manifestation shows that the old, simplistic picture, based on linear models of the physical processes in plasma, is no longer adequate. Like all plasmas in nature, the ionosphere is a complex physical system and not just a passive mirror of radio signals."
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