Friday, April 29, 2011

US government takes down HAARP website to conceal evidence of US weather modification and earthquake inducing warfare.

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Updated April 21, 2011 – The HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) website has been down for the past 3 weeks. It was ordered taken down by the US government to conceal US weather modification and earthquake inducing warfare activities against foreign states. The HAARP website was publishing very damaging evidence of US military weather modification and earthquake triggering operations against foreign states. HAARP’s waterfall charts and magnetometer charts gave evidence of an ongoing weather war between the United States government and foreign states. The magnetometer presented concrete evidence that HAARP triggered the Japan earthquake and ensuing tsunami.

HAARP’s magnetometer can be used to predict as well as give evidence of a HAARP created earthquake. A magnetometer measures disturbances in the magnetic field in Earth’s upper atmosphere. HAARP was broadcasting a 2.5 Hz frequency (the signature frequency of an earthquake) from just before midnight on March 8, 2011 and continued to broadcast the frequency for the entire days of March 9, 2011 and March 10, 2011. The 2.5 Hz frequency continued to be broadcasted and recorded by the magnetometer for another 10 hours the day of the Japan 9.0 magnitude earthquake.

Scientists at the HAARP institute discovered that a 2.5 Hz radio frequency is the signature frequency of an earthquake. Since this discovery the HAARP phased array antennas have been used by the US military to beam the earthquake frequency into the ionosphere and the ionosphere reflects it back to Earth – penetrating as deeply as several kilometers into the ground, depending on the geological makeup and subsurface water conditions in a targeted area.. By beaming the frequency at a specific trajectory HAARP can trigger an earthquake any place on Earth. A short burst isn’t enough to disturb solid matter (the Earth crust) so they keep beaming the 2.5 Hz earthquake frequency for hours or days – until the desired effect is achieved.

The Environmental Modification Convention (ENMOD) prohibits the military or other hostile use of environmental modification techniques. It opened for signature on 18 May 1977 in Geneva and entered into force on 5 October 1978. The Convention bans weather warfare, which is the use of weather modification techniques for the purposes of inducing damage or destruction.

Evidence from HAARP’s own website revealed that the US government was acting in violation of the ENMOD treaty – use of weather modification techniques (HAARP) for the purposes of inducing damage or destruction. HAARP broadcasting data published on the HAARP website coincided with a number of recent major catastrophes such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the 2010 heatwave in Russia, the major floorings in 2010 in China and Pakistan and the major earthquakes in Haiti and Japan – all occurred since US president and commander-in-chief of the United States military Barack Hussein Obama took office.

The Japan 9.0 earthquake offered the most damaging evidence of the US government using HAARP to induce major damage and destruction against a foreign state. HAARP’s magnetometer data showed the World that HAARP (jointly managed by the US Air Force and the US Navy) began broadcasting the earthquake inducing frequency of 2.5 Hz on March 8, 2011 and continued to broadcast the frequency for the entire days of March 9, 2011 and March 10, 2011. HAARP wasn’t turned off until 10 hours after the Japan 9.0 magnitude earthquake that was triggered on Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46:23 UTC. Smaller earthquakes have continued for weeks without being registered on the HAARP magnetometer. Why? Because, as stated before a magnetometer measures disturbances in the magnetic field in Earth’s upper atmosphere. It is not a seismometer which measure motions of the ground. The magnetometer doesn’t measure seismic activity it measures and records electromagnetic frequencies in the Earth’s atmosphere. HAARP’s antenna array beams the 2.5 Hz earthquake inducing radio frequency into the atmosphere where a magnetometer can record and provide concrete evidence of a US weather modification and earthquake triggering attack against foreign states.

HAARP Patents (Assigned to APTI, Inc. Los Angeles, CA, Washington, DC)

U.S. Patent 4686605: Method And Apparatus For Altering A Region In The Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere, And/Or Magnetosphere Issued: Aug. 11, 1987 Filed: Jan. 10, 1985

U.S. Patent 5038664: Method For Producing A Shell Of Relativistic Particles At An Altitude Above The Earth’s Surface ~ Issued: Aug. 13, 1991 Filed: Jan. 10, 1985

U.S. Patent 4712155: Method And Apparatus For Creating An Artificial Electron Cyclotron Heating Region Of Plasma ~ Issued: Dec. 8, 1987 Filed: Jan. 28, 1985

U.S. Patent 5068669: Power Beaming System ~ Issued: Nov. 26, 1991 Filed: Sep. 1, 1988

U.S. Patent 5218374: Power Beaming System With Printer Circuit Radiating Elements Having Resonating Cavities ~ Issued: June 8, 1993 Filed: Oct. 10, 1989

U.S. Patent 5293176: Folded Cross Grid Dipole Antenna Element ~ Issued: Mar. 8, 1994 Filed: Nov. 18, 1991

U.S. Patent 5202689: Lightweight Focusing Reflector For Space ~ Issued: Apr. 13, 1993 Filed: Aug. 23, 1991

U.S. Patent 5041834: Artificial Ionospheric Mirror Composed Of A Plasma Layer Which Can Be Tilted ~ Issued: Aug. 20, 1991 Filed: May. 17, 1990

U.S. Patent 4999637: Creation Of Artificial Ionization Clouds Above The Earth ~Issued: Mar. 12, 1991 Filed: May. 14, 1987

U.S. Patent 4954709: High Resolution Directional Gamma Ray Detector ~ Issued: Sep. 4, 1990 Filed: Aug. 16, 1989

U.S. Patent 4817495: Defense System For Discriminating Between Objects In Space ~ Issued: Apr. 4, 1989 Filed: Jul. 7, 1986

U.S. Patent 4873928: Nuclear-Sized Explosions Without Radiation ~ Issued: Oct. 17, 1989 Filed: June 15, 1987

Still think that HAARP is just another wacky fictional conspiracy? The above listed patents should be enough to convince any intelligent person that HAARP is real and is now actively modifying our weather and triggering earthquakes. For those who are still not convinced, look to the United States Congress for proof. In order for HAARP to get funding the people who first created HAARP needed funding. That funding was made possible by the US government. If you were to look at Congressional records you would find documents that states just one of the many official purposes of HAARP – for penetrating the earth with signals bounced off of the ionosphere. Congress was informed by people in the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program that the bounced signals would be used to look inside the planet to a depth of many kilometers in order to locate underground munitions,minerals and tunnels. If you bounced the known earthquake signature signal (2.5 Hz) for a sustained period of time an earthquake could triggered many kilometers inside Earth’s crust. The U.S. Senate actually set aside $15 million dollars in 1996 (Clinton and Al Gore Administration) to develop this ability alone — earth-penetrating-tomography.

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Want a Passport? Remember the Addresses of Everywhere You've Ever Lived?

Want a Passport? Remember the Addresses of Everywhere You've Ever Lived? » Blog of Rights: Official Blog of the American Civil Liberties Union

Do you remember the names of all the bosses you've ever had? What about the addresses of everywhere you've ever lived since birth?

Or better yet: the name and address of your mother's employer at the time of your birth? And who/where provided her with pre- and post-natal care?

The Department of State (DOS) happens to think these tidbits of your personal history are crucial in its determination of whether to give you a passport.

This kind of information is requested in DOS's proposed questionnaire for passport applicants. This biographical questionnaire would "supplement an application for a U.S. passport when the applicant submits citizenship or identity evidence that is insufficient or of questionable authenticity."

If this sounds ridiculous, we couldn't agree more. We sent a letter to DOS Monday outlining our objections to this proposed rule. We point out that filling out the application "in its entirety," as it demands, could be impossible for many. What if your mother can't remember who her doctor was when you were born? What if you were adopted, and don't even know who your biological mother is? What if your mother is dead? This questionnaire has the potential to discriminate against a new class of people: those who can't contact their biological mothers. Who would fall into this class? Madonna's kids, Brangelina's kids, the children of same-sex couples, children of infertile couples…the list goes on.

Our letter also points out that requiring this kind of information is unconstitutional:

It is hard to square the burden presented by this form with existing constitutional protections. The right to travel outside the United States is a liberty secured to United States citizens and is not subject to restriction without due process of law under the Fifth Amendment…It is not a mere privilege but rather a right available, with some carefully crafted restrictions, to most citizens…Given this established law it is hard to see how access to a passport could be denied to tens of thousands of Americans though what amounts to administrative fiat, the creation of a Kafkaesque form almost impossible to complete.

We also outline our concerns about how this kind of minutia will be shared with an alphabet soup of government agencies (IRS, FBI, ATF, SSA…), pointing out: "Innocent Americans who have done nothing to warrant a suspicion of wrongdoing should fear the creation of a detailed intelligence dossier filled with what amounts to a life history simply because they are seeking passports."

DOS received more than 900 comments during the open comment period (which expired Monday), so we're hopeful the proposal will be revised. Stay tuned!

Update: Chronicle responds after Obama Administration punishes reporter for using multimedia, then claims they didn't

Update: Chronicle responds after Obama Administration punishes reporter for using multimedia, then claims they didn't : Bronstein at Large

Update: Chronicle responds after Obama Administration punishes reporter for using multimedia, then claims they didn't

Update: In a pants-on-fire moment, the White House press office today denied anyone there had issued threats to remove Carla Marinucci and possibly other Hearst reporters from the press pool covering the President in the Bay Area.

Chronicle editor Ward Bushee called the press office on its fib:

Sadly, we expected the White House to respond in this manner based on our experiences yesterday. It is not a truthful response. It follows a day of off-the-record exchanges with key people in the White House communications office who told us they would remove our reporter, then threatened retaliation to Chronicle and Hearst reporters if we reported on the ban, and then recanted to say our reporter might not be removed after all.

The Chronicle's report is accurate.

If the White House has indeed decided not to ban our reporter, we would like an on-the-record notice that she will remain the San Francisco print pool reporter.

I was on some of those calls and can confirm Ward's statement.

Messy ball now firmly in White House court.


The hip, transparent and social media-loving Obama administration is showing its analog roots. And maybe even some hypocrisy highlights.

White House officials have banished one of the best political reporters in the country from the approved pool of journalists covering presidential visits to the Bay Area for using now-standard multimedia tools to gather the news.

The Chronicle's Carla Marinucci - who, like many contemporary reporters, has a phone with video capabilities on her at all times -shot some protesters interrupting an Obama fundraiser at the St. Regis Hotel.

She was part of a "print pool" - a limited number of journalists at an event who represent their bigger hoard colleagues - which White House press officials still refer to quaintly as "pen and pad" reporting.

But that's a pretty Flintstones concept of journalism for an administration that presents itself as the Jetsons. Video is every bit a part of any journalist's tool kit these days as a functioning pen that doesn't leak through your pocket.

In fact, Carla and her reporting colleague, Joe Garofoli, founded something called "Shaky Hand Productions" - the semi-pro, sometimes vertiginous use of a Flip or phone camera by Hearst reporters to catch more impromptu or urgent moments during last year's California gubernatorial race that might otherwise be missed by TV.

The name has become its own brand; often politicians even ask if anyone from Shaky Hand will show at their event. For Carla, Joe and reporters at other Hearst newsrooms where Shaky Hand has taken hold, this was an appropriate dive into use of other media by traditional journalists catering to audiences who expect their news delivered in all modes and manners.

That's the world we live in and the President of the United States claims to be one of its biggest advocates.

Just the day before Carla's Stone Age infraction, Mr. Obama was at Facebook seated next to its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, and may as well have been wearing an "I'm With Mark" t-shirt for all the mutual admiration going back and forth.

"The main reason we wanted to do this is," Obama said of his appearance, "first of all, because more and more people, especially young people, are getting their information through different media. And historically, part of what makes for a healthy democracy, what is good politics, is when you've got citizens who are informed, who are engaged."

Informed, in other words, through social and other digital media where videos of news are posted.

The President and his staffers deftly used social media like Twitter and Facebook in his election campaign and continue to extol the virtues and value. Except, apparently, when it comes to the press.

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First GOP Debate: Who Will Show Up?

First GOP Debate: Who Will Show Up? - Washington Wire - WSJ

In an all-around weird beginning to the 2012 election cycle, it should be no surprise that the first 2012 Republican presidential debate would be shrouded in intrigue and mystery.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (AP Photo/Steve Pope, File)

Yes, the debate will happen, next Thursday in Greenville, S.C. Scads of reporters will show. But who will be there to debate?

The state Republican party isn’t saying. “We will make that clear on May 3rd, after the deadline for filing paperwork for the debate has passed,” said Joel Sawyer, the party’s executive secretary.

The hitch is that only a scattering of candidates will qualify.

The party has imposed three hurdles to joining the debate. First, a candidate must have filed the paperwork for a federal exploratory committee, a qualification only five or so mainstream candidates meet. A candidate must garner at least 1% support in five national polls, which would nix a few of those already partially in the ring. And finally, a candidate must pay the state party $25,000 to register to be on the ballot in South Carolina.

That leaves few potential debaters.

Another early debate that had been scheduled for May at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Calif., was postponed until September.

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is leading in some polls in South Carolina, but he has made no moves to run. Same goes for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, real-estate developerDonald Trump, and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, none of whom made any formal filings for a campaign.

Others who have, such as former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson or former Louisiana Gov.Buddy Roemer, haven’t exactly taken off—much less been mentioned—in recent national polls. Former corporate CEO Herman Cain says he meets all the qualifications, but his spokeswoman says he hasn’t decided if he’ll attend. Also on the cusp is former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, meanwhile, has done fairly well in recent national polls, but he has yet to file a formal exploratory committee, and won’t do so that next week. “We are on our schedule, not theirs,” said Gingrich spokesman Rick Tyler, speaking of the state GOP. “It’s unfortunate, but that’s the way it is.”

So that leaves as few as three potential debaters: Texas Rep. Ron Paul, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.

Mr. Romney has given no signs of attending. So for now, that appears to leave Mr. Paul and Mr. Pawlenty.

Fearing he may be left to debate himself, Mr. Pawlenty, in a statement Friday, urged others to join him in Greenville. “It’s important that Republicans show up now, talk about their records, and begin the debate on how best we can defeat this President,” he said.

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So why were tornadoes in South so deadly

So why were tornadoes in South so deadly? - Technology & science - Science - OurAmazingPlanet -
By Brett Israel
updated 4/29/2011 6:25:08 PM ET

Tornado-related deaths have declined dramatically over the past few decades because of improved forecasts and better warnings, but the massive outbreak on April 27 reported killed 318 people across the Deep South. What happened?

The bottom line: Massive tornadoes hit populated cities head-on. Forecasters had warned of an "insane" storm system for days, so it's unlikely that the tornadoes caught many by surprise. But with few basements inDixie Alley, not many places were safe in the paths of tornadoes that had nearly 200-mph winds. Even solidly built houses were swept away. Many entire neighborhoods were completely obliterated.

"The truth is, even if you did everything you were supposed to do, unless you were in an underground bunker, you weren't going to survive," James Spann of the ABC affiliate in Birmingham, Ala., told The New York Times.

Vicious twisters
On Wednesday, more than 150 tornadoes were reported in the southeastern United States. Bob Henson, a meteorologist with the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo., said he "wouldn't at all be surprised," to see some of those storms rated as EF-5, the highest rating on the Enhanced Fujita Damage scale, with winds faster than 200 mph.

Already, one tornado that killed 14 people in Smithville, Miss., has been given the top rating, the first EF-5 in the United States in three years.

The deadly combination of strength and location, with the populous cities of Birmingham and Tuscaloosa, Ala., has created one of the highest death tolls in decades.

Dog Submerges Herself In Bathtub To Survive Fire

Dog Submerges Herself In Bathtub To Survive Fire - Greenville News Story - WYFF Greenville
A dog survived a raging house fire for six hours by hiding in a water-filled bathtub, according to firefighters.

The house that burned was in the relatively new Beaumont subdivision off State Park Road near Mt. Creek Baptist Church.

Piedmont Park Fire Capt. Duane Brock said the fire was extremely difficult to extinguish because of the size of the house and the intensity of the flames.

Firefighters were able to rescue the dog, a 1-year-old Belgian Malinois named Mia, from the basement of the burning home, according to Brock.

Mia's owner, Chris Brumby, was amazed at how the dog survived, but said he knew she was smart.

"She acts like a human for most things," Brumby said. "And that kind of showed it. She knew where to go and hide."

He said Mia was able to get to a bathtub on the lowest level of the house, where she waited as firefighters doused the home with water. As the water ran down into the basement, it filled the bathtub and soaked Mia, keeping her safe from flames, Brock said.

Brumby said the dog has learned how to open doors throughout the house, and that she had to open four doors to get to the bathtub where she was found.

He said when firefighters brought her out of the house, she was wet, dazed and covered in soot.

"She literally had steam coming off of her," he said.

Brumby, his wife Codi and their two children were out to dinner when the fire started.

He said the house was a total loss, but that they were relieved that the dog survived.

"That was a pretty special moment for us, because she's definitely part of the family," he said.

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Typewriters officially dead technology

Typewriters officially dead technology -

Manual typewriters are officially dead technology, with the last factory still churning them out closing its doors.

The first commercial typewriter was produced in 1870. Over the next 40 years the technology evolved into a standardized format which contained most of the basic elements typewriters featured for the next 60 years. Then electronic typewriters were introduced and quickly became standard. At least until computers became personal and wiped out typewriters in all but developing countries.

With that in mind it’s no surprise that the last company manufacturing manual typewriters was based in Mumbai, India. And also no surprise to learn that Godrej and Boyce, the company in question, has now given up the fight. And you can’t really blame them when you look at the figures.

Godrej and Boyce were doing brilliantly for many years after being founded in the 1950s. During the 1990s the company was selling 50,000 models each year. That had dropped to around 10,000 by the mid-2000s, and last year the company sold less than 1,000 typewriters. According to the company’s general manager Milind Dukle the only people now buying manual typewriters are “the defense agencies, courts and government offices.”

With manual typewriters no longer being produced, I think it’s fair to say we’re now a world where computers rule supreme. Even those who have held out (either for financial or nostalgia reasons) from making the move are now doing so. Or they’re keeping hold of their antiquated technology because it’s somehow more romantic. Is it? I couldn’t say.

Americans Awake At 4 AM In South Carolina To Watch Royal Wedding

Upstate Gets Up Early For Royal Wedding Watching - Greenville News Story - WYFF Greenville
Many people in the Upstate were in the royal wedding spirit Friday morning.

At a home on Paris Mountain in Greenville County, ladies were up early to watch the festivities. The women wore tiaras, ate scones, and sipped on tea.

They even had their own Catherine cake.

The woman said they have been friends for years and are part of Furman University's life-long learning and education group.

A group of Upstate wedding planners and others gathered in a Greenville hotel suite to toast William and Kate.

They also enjoyed a little wedding cake on their behalf.

Mary Anne Navis held a royal wedding watch party at her home in Greer.

Petit fours and scones from Strossner’s, tea with a silver tea service and even ordered customized M&Ms were served.

The M&Ms were gold and purple and said William and Kate, Royal Wedding and the date.

Several young girls dressed up for the occasion and even got an etiquette lesson.

Images: Upstate Royal Wedding Watch Party

Navis ordered special key rings for the event, and had royal wedding tea towels and special royal wedding Yankee Candles for door prizes.

Navis said she has lived and traveled in Europe and just thought it would be a fun, although admittedly goofy, thing to do.

Navis held the party at 10 am and guest watched a re-play of the wedding.

President Obama tours tornado damage

President Obama tours tornado damage | | KVUE News | Austin, TX | Breaking News

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Gas lines, looting and the discovery of smashed heirlooms sapped survivors' energy Friday around cities shattered by the deadliest tornado outbreak in nearly four decades. President Barack Obama landed in devastated Alabama to console victims, while authorities worked to overcome damaged infrastructure and even a shortage of body bags in one town.

As Obama stepped off a plane at the airport in hard-hit Tuscaloosa, rescuers and survivors combed the remains of neighborhoods pulverized by Wednesday's outbreak that killed at least 297 across six states.

The president's arrival drew a muted response from Tuscaloosa resident Derek Harris, who was pushing a grocery buggy down a street where virtually every home was heavily damaged. The 47-year-old and his wife hoped to use the cart to salvage a few belongings from his home.

"Hopefully he'll give us some money to start over," Harris said of Obama. "Is FEMA here? The only place I'm hearing anything is at the Red Cross center."

Some were more upbeat about the president's visit, including 21-year-old Turner Woods, who watched Obama's motorcade pass on its way to tour damaged areas. "It's just really special having the president come here," she said. "It will bring more attention to this disaster and help get more help here."