Thursday, November 19, 2009

HAARP - Hurricain erin - 911 WTC

The US is going ahead with the HF Active Auroral Ionospheric Research Program
(HAARP) involving USAF, US Navy's Office of Naval Research, ARCO Power to
enhance C3 capabilities. The purpose is to develop high frequency ionospheric
heating capabilities to:

1) generate ELF (70-150 Hz) for submarine communications.

2) geophysical probing of ionospheric processes

3) creation of ionospheric lenses for military purposes

4) ionize pathways by electron acceleration for infrared, optical and radio
wave propagation in the ionosphere

5) generate new geomagnetic alignments to control reflection and scattering
properties of radio waves

6) create ionospheric "mirrors" for HF/VHF/UHF surveillance of flying objects.

The heating involves 1 Gigawatt (at 1 MHz to 15 MHz) from a 30 acre antenna
farm in Gakona, Alaska and will operate in tandem with a Brazilian ionospheric
modification program (BIME) and the Navy's RED AIR program.

It is a follow up on various Soviet facilities (1 GW in Niir (Dushanbe), Sura
(400 MW), Gorkiy (20 MW) and Monchegorsk (10 MW) which were by defense
estimates more advanced than Western facilities in Arecibo, Puerto Rico (80
MW), Fairbanks (80 MW) and the Max Planck facility in Tromso, Norway (1 GW).

It is reported that the project poses so many uncertainties that existing
military bases refused to house it and many scientists consider this as
unlawful and dangerous experimentation while the congress has already rejected
funding in 1989 for it.

Details available from:

Clare Zickuhr
5316 Shorecrest Drive
Anchorage, Alaska 99515
Tel: 907-248-8189
Fax: 907-248-2283

So had you heard of that one before? That means quite many watts in the air! No
wonder scientists are detecting gree house effects!

A positive mass localized on a lower end of a funnel explains a fast extension of a funnel and a subsequent blow against the surface of the earth or water.

A vacuum domain as well as a vacuum doesn't have the conductivity of self-gravitational current, it doesn't possess a free gravitational charges. Therefore while touching the surface only the surface gravitational charges go in the ground. At that a funnel is detached from the ground. Whereupon the process of polarisation again extends a funnel and it again touches the ground. In such a way it may be explained an observable dotted contact of a funnel with the earth.

The energy source as in the experiment of Einstein-de-Haas is energy of the magnetic field, in this case - energy of the polarisation. Thus a gravitational energy is transformed into a spin energy.

A cloud always rises through a height of 20 km above a funnel of tornado. Since an upper boundary of the troposphere passing in a middle latitudes at a height of 10-11 km confines all thermobaric processes in the atmosphere, a manifestation of tornado at such a height can't have a meteorological explanation, but it can have a gravidynamical explanation. A stretched and strongly polarized vacuum domain contains at its upper end a large positive mass and positive electrical charge. And both charges repel from the earth and rushes together with the air outside the troposphere. The entrapped moisture makes a domain visible.
Figure 56 (Figure 5).

The most widespread and the most inexplicable manifestation of tornado as a picking of solid objects by soft ones

(straws pick boards, chips pick trunks, a board penetrates a wall of a house, a thick steel plate) also can be explained by the accepted model, see Figure 5.

Under the action of the gravitational field of the Earth a gravitational charge is accumulated on the thin ends of different objects. It rushes to the gravitational charge created by the Earth on the surface of a house or tree. The charge density at some concentration of defects can be sufficient for a puncturing the firm objects. A charge carrier is carried along in a made aperture. It's solidity doesn't play any role.

By the same mechanism may be explained the fact why a maple leafe was found to be pressed in a hard stucco. If one could set a laboratory experiment for the demonstration of gravitational charges, one can't invent the better way of manifestation of their effect than in this experiment.

The probability that a board by its end hits a palm trunk is very small but howerever it differs from zero, but the probability that all boards pick palms in such a way that a palm is always in the middle of a board equals to zero.

But if to accept that an equipotential of a gravitational field passes along a palm, then a hit of a board in a palm and a stop of a board just in its middle becomes no longer accidental.

The positive gravitational charges originating on the lower surface of a parent cloud allow to keep and to transport not only silver coins and Amphibia but also large masses of water extracted from reservoirs.

The gravitational polarisation of a tornado's column allows to explain why fast rotated bricks from the destroyed school were stacked in a high hillock in a center of the area formed by a school foundation.

The positive gravitational charges originated on the lower end of a column cause the same polarisation on the earth surface, in this particular case - in the foundation of the school. The attraction of these charges has compensated a centrifugal force and gathered all bricks in a center of a column.

9/11 Weather Anomalies and Field Effects

Hurricane Erin track ( Hurricane Erin was the closest to NYC on 9/11/01. Why didn't we hear about this in the morning news?????

Weather reported on 9/11, reporting rain and thunder at JFK airport. They don't mention wind direction or that the wind shifted direction by 180°.

Best track for Hurricane Erin, September 2001. Track during the extratropical stage is based on analyses from the NOAA Marine Prediction Center. The colored circles indicate the approximate area covered by the main body of the hurricane. This shows the potential danger this hurrcane posed on New York and the surrounding area.
THE EYE ... weird huh?

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

News TURKEY GLADIO November 2009

Judicial operations in the media spotlight
There are a few findings in common in the investigations into Judges and Prosecutors Association (YARSAV) President Ömer Faruk Eminağaoğlu and Sincan 1st High Criminal Court Chief Justice Osman Kaçmaz Osman Kaçmaz.

Both men call journalists to provide information on cases they are closely following and in so doing direct public opinion through the resulting news reports. For example, EminaÄŸaoÄŸlu says he might even meet with the executives of a newspaper to ensure that news stories on cases of interest to him are covered better in the newspaper.

We learned about this and a dozen other similar scandals after an inspection board investigation. Following an audit at the Telecommunications Directorate (TÄ°B) that was conducted through the joint efforts of the two men, another manipulative tactic was employed by way of the same journalists. Journalists, especially those at NTV who are disturbed by the investigation into Ergenekon, a clandestine network accused of attempting to overthrow the government, are busy working long and hard again.

YARSAV President Eminağaoğlu wanted it, and the Sincan chief justice granted it. An investigation was launched at the TİB, the center where legal telephone interceptions are conducted. TİB President Fethi Şimşek, who is also an experienced public prosecutor, said the investigation would endanger investigations that are in progress. He rejected the investigation on the grounds that it was illegal, but to no avail. In the end, however, Şimşek was right. Reports on the audits at the TİB were leaked to the media, and the names of many people in ongoing cases as well as the names of judges that ordered the monitoring of telephone conversations were exposed. A witch hunt started for these judges. A lynch campaign was launched against people who had acted within the scope of their powers as if they had engaged in illegal activities. It must have had the anticipated effect because Kaçmaz called for an even broader investigation.

There is a serious level of disinformation. These situations cannot be called “wiretapping scandals.” When some police chiefs illegally wiretapped telephone conversations on the eighth floor of the Ankara Security Directorate, we called that a wiretapping scandal. But the wiretaps currently in question were conducted at the direction of judges. Judges would not permit the monitoring of telephone conversations if they did not have concrete evidence in their hands. Less than a year ago, Ergenekon supporters obtained a CD numbered 51 that featured private images and information about dozens of judges and prosecutors. The court of appeals president directly informed the officials concerned about these individuals. Isn’t it possible that Ergenekon may have used some of these individuals to serve their own interests? More than 50 members of the judiciary were involved in wiretaps ordered for Ergenekon suspects. Is the relationship between a lawyer who is a suspect in a case and a judge who says to him “Do you have any orders for me?” not going to be investigated?

Take, for example, Ergenekon suspect Engin Aydın, who attracted attention when pictures of him eating at a restaurant with a Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) member were published in the media. He saw in himself the power to be able to interfere in the Supreme Court of Appeals elections. Should Aydın working behind the scenes for some people at appeals court be ignored? When retired chief prosecutor of the Supreme Court of Appeals Sabih KanadoÄŸlu, whose home was searched within the scope of the same case, said prosecutors leading the investigation would suffer the same fate as those in the Şemdinli case, in which a prosecutor in Turkey’s East was disbarred due to an indictment he presented to the court, whom did he trust?

Interestingly, yesterday the Milliyet daily commented on the wiretapping issue as “preposterous.” But immediately under that headline it covered the story titled “Six judges, three prosecutors in prostitution case,” in which it indicated that the HSYK had been informed about these individuals. In other words, we need to bear in mind that there is a chance that members of the judiciary can commit a crime as well. It’s hard to understand why some institutions hastily make statements. HSYK Deputy President Kadir Özbek made such a statement about a matter that did not yet involve them, which brought many judges under suspicion. He claimed that some judges cringed when inspectors made requests and issued warrants for wiretapping.

Inspectors just conduct inspections, but the HSYK not only discharges people from their jobs, it doesn’t even allow lawyers to do their jobs. If only Özbek had taken a look at a relevant report released by the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) and realized how HSYK decisions affect members of the judiciary.

Italian prosecutor Felice Casson said he was inhibited by the higher judiciary when conducting an investigation into Gladio. Over the last year Turkey has been witnessing events similar to those experienced in Italy, and this does not take anyone by surprise.

14 November 2009, Saturday


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Thursday, November 05, 2009

War, Peace and Obama’s Nobel

War, Peace and Obama’s Nobel

Silence is often more eloquent than loud clamor, so let us attend to what is unspoken.

The hopes and prospects for peace aren’t well alignedâ€"not even close. The task is to bring them nearer. Presumably that was the intent of the Nobel Peace Prize committee in choosing President Barack Obama.
The prize “seemed a kind of prayer and encouragement by the Nobel committee for future endeavor and more consensual American leadership,” Steven Erlanger and Sheryl Gay Stolberg wrote in The New York Times.
The nature of the Bush-Obama transition bears directly on the likelihood that the prayers and encouragement might lead to progress.
The Nobel committee’s concerns were valid. They singled out Obama’s rhetoric on reducing nuclear weapons.
Right now Iran’s nuclear ambitions dominate the headlines. The warnings are that Iran may be concealing something from the International Atomic Energy Agency and violating U.N. Security Council Resolution 1887, passed last month and hailed as a victory for Obama’s efforts to contain Iran.
Meanwhile, a debate continues on whether Obama’s recent decision to reconfigure missile-defense systems in Europe is a capitulation to the Russians or a pragmatic step to defend the West from Iranian nuclear attack.
Silence is often more eloquent than loud clamor, so let us attend to what is unspoken.
Amid the furor over Iranian duplicity, the IAEA passed a resolution calling on Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and open its nuclear facilities to inspection.
The United States and Europe tried to block the IAEA resolution, but it passed anyway. The media virtually ignored the event.
The United States assured Israel that it would support Israel’s rejection of the resolutionâ€"reaffirming a secret understanding that has allowed Israel to maintain a nuclear arsenal closed to international inspections, according to officials familiar with the arrangements. Again, the media were silent.
Indian officials greeted U.N. Resolution 1887 by announcing that India “can now build nuclear weapons with the same destructive power as those in the arsenals of the world’s major nuclear powers,” the Financial Times reported.
Both India and Pakistan are expanding their nuclear weapons programs. They have twice come dangerously close to nuclear war, and the problems that almost ignited this catastrophe are very much alive.
Obama greeted Resolution 1887 differently. The day before he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his inspiring commitment to peace, the Pentagon announced it was accelerating delivery of the most lethal non-nuclear weapons in the arsenal: 13-ton bombs for B-2 and B-52 stealth bombers, designed to destroy deeply hidden bunkers shielded by 10,000 pounds of reinforced concrete.
It’s no secret the bunker busters could be deployed against Iran.
Planning for these “massive ordnance penetrators” began in the Bush years but languished until Obama called for developing them rapidly when he came into office.
Passed unanimously, Resolution 1887 calls for the end of threats of force and for all countries to join the NPT, as Iran did long ago. NPT non-signers are India, Israel and Pakistan, all of which developed nuclear weapons with U.S. help, in violation of the NPT.
Iran hasn’t invaded another country for hundreds of yearsâ€"unlike the United States, Israel and India (which occupies Kashmir, brutally).
The threat from Iran is minuscule. If Iran had nuclear weapons and delivery systems and prepared to use them, the country would be vaporized.
To believe Iran would use nuclear weapons to attack Israel, or anyone, “amounts to assuming that Iran’s leaders are insane” and that they look forward to being reduced to “radioactive dust,” strategic analyst Leonard Weiss observes, adding that Israel’s missile-carrying submarines are “virtually impervious to preemptive military attack,” not to speak of the immense U.S. arsenal.
In naval maneuvers in July, Israel sent its Dolphin class subs, capable of carrying nuclear missiles, through the Suez Canal and into the Red Sea, sometimes accompanied by warships, to a position from which they could attack Iranâ€"as they have a “sovereign right” to do, according to U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.
Not for the first time, what is veiled in silence would receive front-page headlines in societies that valued their freedom and were concerned with the fate of the world.
The Iranian regime is harsh and repressive, and no humane person wants Iranâ€"or anyone elseâ€"to have nuclear weapons. But a little honesty would not hurt in addressing these problems.
The Nobel Peace Prize, of course, is not concerned solely with reducing the threat of terminal nuclear war, but rather with war generally, and the preparation for war. In this regard, the selection of Obama raised eyebrows, not least in Iran, surrounded by U.S. occupying armies.
On Iran’s borders in Afghanistan and in Pakistan, Obama has escalated Bush’s war and is likely to proceed on that course, perhaps sharply.
Obama has made clear that the United States intends to retain a long-term major presence in the region. That much is signaled by the huge city-within-a city called “the Baghdad Embassy,” unlike any embassy in the world.
Obama has announced the construction of mega-embassies in Islamabad and Kabul, and huge consulates in Peshawar and elsewhere.
Nonpartisan budget and security monitors report in Government Executive that the “administration’s request for $538 billion for the Defense Department in fiscal 2010 and its stated intention to maintain a high level of funding in the coming years put the president on track to spend more on defense, in real dollars, than any other president has in one term of office since World War II. And that’s not counting the additional $130 billion the administration is requesting to fund the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan next year, with even more war spending slated for future years.”
The Nobel Peace Prize committee might well have made truly worthy choices, prominent among them the remarkable Afghan activist Malalai Joya.
This brave woman survived the Russians, and then the radical Islamists whose brutality was so extreme that the population welcomed the Taliban. Joya has withstood the Taliban and now the return of the warlords under the Karzai government.
Throughout, Joya worked effectively for human rights, particularly for women; she was elected to parliament and then expelled when she continued to denounce warlord atrocities. She now lives underground under heavy protection, but she continues the struggle, in word and deed. By such actions, repeated everywhere as best we can, the prospects for peace edge closer to hopes.
This column appears, in edited form, in In These Times’ December 2009 issue.
© New York Times Syndicate

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