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  • humlobotomist
    http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by the speaker in patents as a
    Message 1 of 8 , Apr 1, 2006
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      http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm

      Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by
      the speaker in patents as a consequence of research for ARCO
      Corporation. This lecture will discuss the basis for those
      suggestions and describe a follow on concept sponsored by the
      European Space Agency called the "Thunderstorm Solar Power
      Satellite." Recent development of a method and apparatus to
      artificially create acoustic and gravitational waves in the
      atmosphere and applications to weather modification research will be
      described.

      Dr. Eastlund is a physicist with a B.S. degree from Massachusetts
      Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He
      holds twenty-three patents as inventor and co-inventor, including
      several which underlie commercially-significant products and several
      related to national security. He is an expert on weather modification
      and industrial applications of intense ultraviolet light. Between
      1971 and 1974, he was chief technical officer and founder of Fusion
      Systems Corporation, where he invented the core technology, a
      microwave powered ultraviolet light source. He has recently been
      awarded three patents for applications of high temperature plasmas to
      thin film manufacturing and radioactive waste separation. He
      conceptualized, designed, and developed "cable-free" technology for
      delivering electrical power downhole in oil and gas wells without the
      use of cables.

      His power point presentation October 12, 2005 , Atrium, Penn State
      Lehigh Valley:

      http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/ben's_lecture.zip

      Bernard J Eastlund in his lecture ask following;

      GRAVITATIONAL WAVES GENERATED BY HAARP?

      Artificial generation of acoustic and gravitational waves with heated
      plasma patterns in the atmosphere

      Wave Amplitude of a Vertically Propagating Wave Can Increase with
      Altitude because air density decreases with height.

      No Papers from the HAARP Research Have Directly Investigated the
      Generation of Gravitational Waves.

      However, the Present Power Level of 3.6 Megawatts CW, the Antenna is
      Broadcasting at a vertical flux level of 2.1 x 10-3 watts/m2 over a
      circle of radius about 30 km. This power level is comparable with
      levels considered significant by Gossard, 1962.

      What Are Optimum Source Functions For Artificial Generation of
      Gravitational Waves?

      Can Acoustic Waves Be Useful In Weather Modification?

      Can Gravity Waves Produced By Joule Heating with HAARP Propagate Into
      Mid-Latitude Regions?

      Can Artificially Produce Gravity Waves Be Produced In Modes That Can
      Amplify?

      It seems like Dr. Bernard J. Eastlund's answer to these questions are
      YES, the article from Space.com states following

      http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/051031_mystery_monday.html

      "Eastlund's research is tuned to artificial generation of acoustic
      and gravitational waves in the atmosphere."

      I do not think there much more skilled authority in the subject of
      ionospheric heating than Dr. Eastlund. So that ionospheric heating do
      artificially generate acoustic-gravity waves seems very likely.

      Could acoustic-gravity waves, propagated as a side effect by
      ionospheric heating be the cause of the Hum?

      I would like some comment from David Deming Bill Curry on this
      matter. Bill Curry has always asked for a transduction mechanism of
      ionospheric heating to the Hum. Could acoustic, gravity waves be the
      kind of waves that are the cause of the Hum? And that the question of
      how ELF waves are being transduced to the Hum is the wrong question
      to ask, what if the nature of the Hum is acoustic-gravity waves?

      Hypothetical, if ionospheric heating facilities could produce
      acoustic-gravity waves, could that be sensed as the Hum for us
      hypersensitive sufferers? Knowing the property of these kind of waves
      described as worldwide distributed waves:

      "acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the stratosphere, which are more
      hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic ones, that can propagate right
      around the earth"

      extracted from the link;

      Acoustic-gravity waves

      http://www.du.edu/~jcalvert/waves/soundwav.htm

      There are also low-frequency disturbances, well below the range of
      hearing, that can be detected with a microbarograph or hot-wire
      microphone, caused by various phenomena around the earth such as
      volcanoes, earthquakes, ocean waves and so forth. These include the
      strongly dispersive acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the
      stratosphere, which are more hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic
      ones, that can propagate right around the earth. These disturbances
      have periods of up to minutes.

      http://www.copernicus.org/EGU/annales/12/2/210.htm

      The propagation of acoustic gravity waves through steadily convecting
      plasma in the thermosphere has been analysed theoretically. The
      growth and damping rates of internal gravity waves due to the
      feedback effects of wave-modulated Joule heating and Laplace forcing
      have been calculated. It is found that large convection flow
      velocities lead to the growth of large-scale internal gravity waves,
      whilst small- and medium-scale waves are heavily damped, under
      similar conditions. It has also been shown that wave growth is
      favoured for waves travelling against the plasma flow direction. The
      effects of critical coupling when wave phase speeds match the plasma
      flow speed have also been investigated. The results of these
      calculations are discussed in the context of the atmospheric energy
      budget and thermosphere-ionosphere coupling.
    • humlobotomist
      http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by the speaker in patents as a
      Message 2 of 8 , Apr 13, 2006
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        http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm

        Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by
        the speaker in patents as a consequence of research for ARCO
        Corporation. This lecture will discuss the basis for those
        suggestions and describe a follow on concept sponsored by the
        European Space Agency called the "Thunderstorm Solar Power
        Satellite." Recent development of a method and apparatus to
        artificially create acoustic and gravitational waves in the
        atmosphere and applications to weather modification research will be
        described.

        Dr. Eastlund is a physicist with a B.S. degree from Massachusetts
        Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He
        holds twenty-three patents as inventor and co-inventor, including
        several which underlie commercially-significant products and several
        related to national security. He is an expert on weather modification
        and industrial applications of intense ultraviolet light. Between
        1971 and 1974, he was chief technical officer and founder of Fusion
        Systems Corporation, where he invented the core technology, a
        microwave powered ultraviolet light source. He has recently been
        awarded three patents for applications of high temperature plasmas to
        thin film manufacturing and radioactive waste separation. He
        conceptualized, designed, and developed "cable-free" technology for
        delivering electrical power downhole in oil and gas wells without the
        use of cables.

        His power point presentation October 12, 2005 , Atrium, Penn State
        Lehigh Valley:

        http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/ben's_lecture.zip

        Bernard J Eastlund in his lecture ask following;

        GRAVITATIONAL WAVES GENERATED BY HAARP?

        Artificial generation of acoustic and gravitational waves with heated
        plasma patterns in the atmosphere

        Wave Amplitude of a Vertically Propagating Wave Can Increase with
        Altitude because air density decreases with height.

        No Papers from the HAARP Research Have Directly Investigated the
        Generation of Gravitational Waves.

        However, the Present Power Level of 3.6 Megawatts CW, the Antenna is
        Broadcasting at a vertical flux level of 2.1 x 10-3 watts/m2 over a
        circle of radius about 30 km. This power level is comparable with
        levels considered significant by Gossard, 1962.

        What Are Optimum Source Functions For Artificial Generation of
        Gravitational Waves?

        Can Acoustic Waves Be Useful In Weather Modification?

        Can Gravity Waves Produced By Joule Heating with HAARP Propagate Into
        Mid-Latitude Regions?

        Can Artificially Produce Gravity Waves Be Produced In Modes That Can
        Amplify?

        It seems like Dr. Bernard J. Eastlund's answer to these questions are
        YES, the article from Space.com states following

        http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/051031_mystery_monday.html

        "Eastlund's research is tuned to artificial generation of acoustic
        and gravitational waves in the atmosphere."

        I do not think there much more skilled authority in the subject of
        ionospheric heating than Dr. Eastlund. So that ionospheric heating do
        artificially generate acoustic-gravity waves seems very likely.

        Could acoustic-gravity waves, propagated as a side effect by
        ionospheric heating be the cause of the Hum?

        I would like some comment from David Deming and Bill Curry on this
        matter. Bill Curry has always asked for a transduction mechanism of
        ionospheric heating to the Hum. Could acoustic, gravity waves be the
        kind of waves that are the cause of the Hum? And that the question of
        how ELF waves are being transduced to the Hum is the wrong question
        to ask, what if the nature of the Hum is acoustic-gravity waves?

        Hypothetical, if ionospheric heating facilities could produce
        acoustic-gravity waves, could that be sensed as the Hum for us
        hypersensitive sufferers? Knowing the property of these kind of waves
        described as worldwide distributed waves:

        "acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the stratosphere, which are more
        hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic ones, that can propagate right
        around the earth"

        extracted from the link;

        Acoustic-gravity waves

        http://www.du.edu/~jcalvert/waves/soundwav.htm

        There are also low-frequency disturbances, well below the range of
        hearing, that can be detected with a microbarograph or hot-wire
        microphone, caused by various phenomena around the earth such as
        volcanoes, earthquakes, ocean waves and so forth. These include the
        strongly dispersive acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the
        stratosphere, which are more hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic
        ones, that can propagate right around the earth. These disturbances
        have periods of up to minutes.

        http://www.copernicus.org/EGU/annales/12/2/210.htm

        The propagation of acoustic gravity waves through steadily convecting
        plasma in the thermosphere has been analysed theoretically. The
        growth and damping rates of internal gravity waves due to the
        feedback effects of wave-modulated Joule heating and Laplace forcing
        have been calculated. It is found that large convection flow
        velocities lead to the growth of large-scale internal gravity waves,
        whilst small- and medium-scale waves are heavily damped, under
        similar conditions. It has also been shown that wave growth is
        favoured for waves travelling against the plasma flow direction. The
        effects of critical coupling when wave phase speeds match the plasma
        flow speed have also been investigated. The results of these
        calculations are discussed in the context of the atmospheric energy
        budget and thermosphere-ionosphere coupling.
      • A &J M
        See message 5226, 5247 (and responses), 5250, 5398. I guess you didn t like my response. The term Acoustic-Gravity wave has nothing to do with sound, as we
        Message 3 of 8 , Apr 13, 2006
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          See message 5226, 5247 (and responses), 5250, 5398. I guess you didn't like
          my response. The term Acoustic-Gravity wave has nothing to do with sound,
          as we experience it.


          Arne
          Central Minnesota

          -----Original Message-----
          From: humforum@yahoogroups.com [mailto:humforum@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
          Of humlobotomist
          ...Could acoustic-gravity waves, propagated as a side effect by ionospheric
          heating be the cause of the Hum?

          I would like some comment from David Deming and Bill Curry on this matter.
          Bill Curry has always asked for a transduction mechanism of ionospheric
          heating to the Hum. Could acoustic, gravity waves be the kind of waves that
          are the cause of the Hum? And that the question of how ELF waves are being
          transduced to the Hum is the wrong question to ask, what if the nature of
          the Hum is acoustic-gravity waves?
        • humlobotomist
          http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by the speaker in patents as a
          Message 4 of 8 , Dec 9, 2006
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            http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/2005_lecture.htm

            Weather modification with electromagnetic radiation was suggested by
            the speaker in patents as a consequence of research for ARCO
            Corporation. This lecture will discuss the basis for those
            suggestions and describe a follow on concept sponsored by the
            European Space Agency called the "Thunderstorm Solar Power
            Satellite." Recent development of a method and apparatus to
            artificially create acoustic and gravitational waves in the
            atmosphere and applications to weather modification research will be
            described.

            Dr. Eastlund is a physicist with a B.S. degree from Massachusetts
            Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He
            holds twenty-three patents as inventor and co-inventor, including
            several which underlie commercially-significant products and several
            related to national security. He is an expert on weather modification
            and industrial applications of intense ultraviolet light. Between
            1971 and 1974, he was chief technical officer and founder of Fusion
            Systems Corporation, where he invented the core technology, a
            microwave powered ultraviolet light source. He has recently been
            awarded three patents for applications of high temperature plasmas to
            thin film manufacturing and radioactive waste separation. He
            conceptualized, designed, and developed "cable-free" technology for
            delivering electrical power downhole in oil and gas wells without the
            use of cables.

            His power point presentation October 12, 2005 , Atrium, Penn State
            Lehigh Valley:

            http://www.lv.psu.edu/tuh4/science_lecture/ben's_lecture.zip

            Bernard J Eastlund in his lecture ask following;

            GRAVITATIONAL WAVES GENERATED BY HAARP?

            Artificial generation of acoustic and gravitational waves with heated
            plasma patterns in the atmosphere

            Wave Amplitude of a Vertically Propagating Wave Can Increase with
            Altitude because air density decreases with height.

            No Papers from the HAARP Research Have Directly Investigated the
            Generation of Gravitational Waves.

            However, the Present Power Level of 3.6 Megawatts CW, the Antenna is
            Broadcasting at a vertical flux level of 2.1 x 10-3 watts/m2 over a
            circle of radius about 30 km. This power level is comparable with
            levels considered significant by Gossard, 1962.

            What Are Optimum Source Functions For Artificial Generation of
            Gravitational Waves?

            Can Acoustic Waves Be Useful In Weather Modification?

            Can Gravity Waves Produced By Joule Heating with HAARP Propagate Into
            Mid-Latitude Regions?

            Can Artificially Produce Gravity Waves Be Produced In Modes That Can
            Amplify?

            It seems like Dr. Bernard J. Eastlund's answer to these questions are
            YES, the article from Space.com states following

            http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/051031_mystery_monday.html

            "Eastlund's research is tuned to artificial generation of acoustic
            and gravitational waves in the atmosphere."

            I do not think there much more skilled authority in the subject of
            ionospheric heating than Dr. Eastlund. So that ionospheric heating do
            artificially generate acoustic-gravity waves seems very likely.

            Could acoustic-gravity waves, propagated as a side effect by
            ionospheric heating be the cause of the Hum?

            I would like some comment from David Deming Bill Curry on this
            matter. Bill Curry has always asked for a transduction mechanism of
            ionospheric heating to the Hum. Could acoustic, gravity waves be the
            kind of waves that are the cause of the Hum? And that the question of
            how ELF waves are being transduced to the Hum is the wrong question
            to ask, what if the nature of the Hum is acoustic-gravity waves?

            Hypothetical, if ionospheric heating facilities could produce
            acoustic-gravity waves, could that be sensed as the Hum for us
            hypersensitive sufferers? Knowing the property of these kind of waves
            described as worldwide distributed waves:

            "acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the stratosphere, which are more
            hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic ones, that can propagate right
            around the earth"

            extracted from the link;

            Acoustic-gravity waves

            http://www.du.edu/~jcalvert/waves/soundwav.htm

            There are also low-frequency disturbances, well below the range of
            hearing, that can be detected with a microbarograph or hot-wire
            microphone, caused by various phenomena around the earth such as
            volcanoes, earthquakes, ocean waves and so forth. These include the
            strongly dispersive acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the
            stratosphere, which are more hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic
            ones, that can propagate right around the earth. These disturbances
            have periods of up to minutes.

            http://www.copernicus.org/EGU/annales/12/2/210.htm

            The propagation of acoustic gravity waves through steadily convecting
            plasma in the thermosphere has been analysed theoretically. The
            growth and damping rates of internal gravity waves due to the
            feedback effects of wave-modulated Joule heating and Laplace forcing
            have been calculated. It is found that large convection flow
            velocities lead to the growth of large-scale internal gravity waves,
            whilst small- and medium-scale waves are heavily damped, under
            similar conditions. It has also been shown that wave growth is
            favoured for waves travelling against the plasma flow direction. The
            effects of critical coupling when wave phase speeds match the plasma
            flow speed have also been investigated. The results of these
            calculations are discussed in the context of the atmospheric energy
            budget and thermosphere-ionosphere coupling.
          • stonehollow@tds.net
            Acoustic gravity waves (also called Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances) can be produced from (not a complete list): Earthquakes Volcanoes Meteors Tsunamis
            Message 5 of 8 , Dec 9, 2006
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              Acoustic gravity waves (also called Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances) can be produced from (not a complete list):

              Earthquakes
              Volcanoes
              Meteors
              Tsunamis
              Lighting
              Rocket launches
              Nuclear explosions

              I can find no reference to HAARP as a source.

              In order to form them you need an infrasound source (well below human hearing). We can feel infrasound, but not hear it.

              See message 5308.


              Arne
              Central MN
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              From: "humlobotomist" <humlobotomist@...>


              ...Could acoustic-gravity waves, propagated as a side effect by ionospheric heating be the cause of the Hum?

              I would like some comment from David Deming Bill Curry on this matter. Bill Curry has always asked for a transduction mechanism of ionospheric heating to the Hum. Could acoustic, gravity waves be the kind of waves that are the cause of the Hum? And that the question of
              how ELF waves are being transduced to the Hum is the wrong question to ask, what if the nature of the Hum is acoustic-gravity waves?

              Hypothetical, if ionospheric heating facilities could produce acoustic-gravity waves, could that be sensed as the Hum for us hypersensitive sufferers? Knowing the property of these kind of waves described as worldwide distributed waves:

              "acoustic gravity waves, trapped in the stratosphere, which are more hydrodynamic phenomena than acoustic ones, that can propagate right around the earth"

              extracted from the link;

              Acoustic-gravity waves

              http://www.du.edu/~jcalvert/waves/soundwav.htm

              There are also low-frequency disturbances, well below the range of hearing...
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