FW: Cloud Patch over Polish Plane Crash Site

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-04-11 11:19:16

Attachments : Not sure about the “Gravity wave” description – but here is the info anyway….   As with all plane crashes, there is “plausible deniability” From: Kathy Roberts [mailto:weerkhr@pacbell.net] Sent: 11 April 2010 01:19To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp125.sbc.mail.sp1.yahoo.comSubject: Gravity Wave Signature Above Polish Air Crash? www.rumormillnews.co…   NASA RADAR IMAGE SHOWS GRAVITY WAVE SIGNATURE ABOVE SITE OF POLISH AIRLINE CRASH Posted By: NaturalWisdom <Send E-Mail>
Date: Saturday, 10-Apr-2010 17:46:14
In Response To: POLISH PRESIDENT KACZYNSKI INSTISTED ON LANDING IN FOGGY SMOLENSK… (FarSight3) Compare the curved appearance of the clouds above Smolensk at the time of the plane crash with the second radar image taken above Australia under different circumstances. Wonder if HAARP was involved in creating the extremely foggy conditions that led to the airliner crash? Polish president dies in plane crash during heavy fog Posted by: JeffMasters Weather Underground 4:06 PM GMT on April 10, 2010 New Radar Detects Huge Waves in Atmosphere Discovery News There are a variety of atmospheric waves, but many require radar to detect them. This NASA satellite image however shows more obvious gravity waves peaked with clouds off the coast of Australia Huge Waves Detected in Atmosphere Scott Stevens WeatherWars.info June 4, 2009 Researchers have detected giant, fast-moving waves of air, caused by thunderstorms and other disturbances, above Poker Flat, Alaska, where a new radar is churning out the first three-dimensional images of upper atmospheric phenomena in the polar region. “People have been envisioning doing this project for 40 years,” said Eric Donovan, an associate professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. “There’s just a lot going on in this region that we don’t understand.” The radar combines 4,096 small antennas, each with its own transmitter, on a single instrument, rather than one giant dish equipped with one powerful transmitter. Rather than physically rotating the radar to point in different directions, the steering is done electronically by slightly phasing each of the antenna elements differently. “All the previous systems would take half an hour to make measurements of a region that we’re interested in,” Donovan told Discovery News. “That’d be like keeping a camera’s exposure open for 30 minutes when you’re trying to take a picture of the finish of a race. All you’d see are streaks.””It has the ability to essentially take three-dimensional pictures of the ionosphere whereas traditional systems can only look in one direction because of steering limitations,” added Michael Nicolls, a research scientist with SRI International in Menlo Park, Calif. “This allows us, for example, to see wiggles in the ionosphere, and say ‘Yes, these are atmospheric waves’ and, in addition, figure out where they are coming from, which is very unique,” Nicolls wrote in an email to Discovery News. With the new capabilities, scientists hope to be able to trace atmospheric waves to their source, such as a thunderstorm or air slamming into a mountain. Purpose and Objectives of the HAARP Program The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is a congressionally initiated program jointly managed by the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy. The program’s goal is to provide a state-of-the-art U.S. owned ionospheric research facility readily accessible to U.S. scientists from universities, the private sector and government.

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