VLF PULSES AND HAARP

VLF PULSES AND HAARP
Clifford E Carnicom
Mar 23 2003

HAARP EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
(NOTE REFERENCES TO ELF-VLF PULSE PROPAGATION
FROM 30Hz TO 30KHz)

(
Credit to: Weapons of Total Destruction Site
http://www.viewzone.com/haarp.exec.html)
 

VLF PULSES AND HAARP
VLF Data Logged 032303 at approx. 1000.
X Axis : Observation No. (1 per second)
Y Axis : Frequency in KHz. 

Very Low Frequency (VLF) pulse data is again evident.  Research is underway to determine the nature of the signals.  It appears that either harmonics and or mixing of signals may be a factor.  The role of sunlight is also being investigated as a factor in the presence of these signals.   It will be helpful if any researchers in any location can verify the existence of these signals during periods of darkness and/or heavy cloud cover.

The ELF circuit is configured to use the external directional antenna aligned with the magnetic field lines of the earth.  The antenna is tuned with a 2pF capacitor in parallel resonance and the potentiometers set for the maximum frequency attainable (approx. 1 – 3 Khz.). Extended periods of monitoring are required to capture these segments of data.

Citizens should be especially aware of at least the following two excerpts from the HAARP Executive Summary mentioned above:

“…Because this area of research appears especially promising, and because of existing DOD requirements for ELF and VLF, it is already a primary driver of the proposed research program.

In addition to its potential application to long range, survivable, DOD communications, there is another potentially attractive application of strong ELF/VLF waves generated in the ionosphere by ground-based heaters. It is known that ELF/VLF signals generated by lightning strokes propagate through the ionosphere and interact with charged particles trapped along geomagnetic field lines, causing them, from time to time, to precipitate into the lower ionosphere. If such processes could be reliably controlled…”

The potential applications of precipitate control within a modified lower atmosphere, under the current state of knowledge of the aerosol operations, are also now to be considered. Readers are encouraged to read in detail and distribute the Executive Summary referenced above.

VLF PULSES AND HAARP
VLF Data Logged 032303 at approx. 1030.
X Axis : Observation No. (1 per second)
Y Axis : Frequency in KHz. 

From the Weapons of Total Destruction web site referring to the HAARP Executive Summary Paper”

“The military’s own Executive Summary of the HAARP program clearly states their reliance on ELF waves. Instead of transmitting these waves from ground based transmitters, HAARP created these waves through the use of “pulse” transmissions of their HF energy beams. Or, to put it another way, HAARP duplicated the ELF signals by turning their signal on and off at rates (30 to 3000 cycles per second) within the ELF range. The result was that ELF radiation could be directed to a specific area on the surface of the planet, at will.” 

Clifford E Carnicom
Mar 23 2003

THE MONITORS OF DISA

THE MONITORS OF DISA
Clifford E Carnicom
Jan 29 2003

The Defense Information Services Agency (DISA) and NIPR (Department of Defense Network Operations (NIPRNet)) have recently demonstrated a heightened interest in the research materials available on www.carnicom.com.  This interest appears to correlate with recent presentations on the topic of Exremely Low Frequency (ELF) radiation.

The mission of DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency) is stated as follows from www.disa.mil: 

DISA MISSION:

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is a combat support agency responsible for planning, developing, fielding, operating, and supporting command, control, communications, and information systems that serve the needs of the President, Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Combatant Commanders, and the other Department of Defense (DOD) Components under all conditions of peace and war.

There are also indications of increased telephone monitoring activity.

The role of NIPR can be reviewed from the following previous pages:

NIPR ACTIVITY INCREASES

NIPR.MIL 10 1/2 HOUR VISIT

BETRAYAL OF VIETNAM VETERANS

BETRAYAL OF VIETNAM VETERANS
Clifford E Carnicom
Jan 12 2003

Donald Rumsfeld stated on Jan 07 2003 the following with respect to the draft:

“And what was left was sucked into the intake, trained for a period of months, and then went out, adding no value, no advantage, really, to the United States armed services over any sustained period of time…”

Additional Notes:

Washington Post Article:
From Reuters News Service, Jan 07 2003:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24144-2003Jan7.html

Please also refer to the radio broadcast of Mike Malloy on Jan 09 2003 for additional reporting and commentary.

Original Department of Defense Transcript, Jan 07 2003

NIPR ACTIVITY INCREASES

NIPR ACTIVITY INCREASES

Visitation activity by NIPR.mil has increased dramatically over past several days to www.carnicom.com. As designated within the visitors list to this site, NIPR has been researched to involve the following relationship to the United States Department of Defense:

NIPR – Department of Defense Network Operations (NIPRNet);

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has established a number of NIPRNet gateways to the Internet, which will be protected and controlled by firewalls and other technologies.

Any additional identifying information on this agency is appreciated, and may be posted publicly on the message board attached to www.carnicom.com.

Clifford E Carnicom
Feb 28 2001

 


The following has been received by email on March 01 2001. Appreciation is extended to the sender for this additional information on NIPR:

I saw on your visitors list you wanted to know more information about NIPR? It is my opinion that NIPR is going to be a common “domain name” and will increase in frequency of visits. In other words being able to discriminate between various DoD websites will be harder to ascertain; as many of the people surfing your sites will be routing through NIPRnet. Obsfucate? Looks like it.

The DISA created NIPR so that NIPR is essentially a VERY secure, single point of contact for all DoD connections to the web. Imagine it as a super firewall for all of the DoD’s various branches, partners, and
educational institutions that work with the DoD.

To understand what NIPR offers the DoD, read this slideshow on DISA:

http://www.dpasweb1.day.disa.mil/webdpas/313a/disaa001.htm

Now the home page for NIPR:

http://www.nic.mil/dodnic/

United States of America Department of Defense Network Information Center

The NIC is operated by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). It provides information and services that are mission critical to the operation of the worldwide IP router Defense Information Systems Network and other DoD sponsored networks.

The NIC:
Operates the .MIL generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) Registry
Operates the DoD Assigned Numbers Registry
Operates the DoD Internet Routing Registry
Provides Directory Service for Each Registry
Manages and Administers the MIL gTLD
Manages and Administers Sub-level Domain Name System (DNS) Domains
Coordinates Actions Regarding Security Incidents and Network
Vulnerabilities

Operates World Wide Web Servers
Issues Network Management Bulletins and Other Announcements
Maintains On-line Documentation Repository
Manages, Administers, and Operates Dial-up Access Service Support Systems
Monitors Use of the Dial-up Access System and Investigates Possible Abuse
Provides General User Assistance from a Help Desk

And below is a link to info about what NIPRnet was envisioned to be…

http://cap.nipr.mil/MISC/OSDreleaseMemo.html

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

6000 DEFENSE PENTAGON

WASHINGTON, DC 20301-6000

August 22, 1999

MEMORANDUM FOR SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS CHAIRMAN OF THE
JOINT
CHIEFS OF STAFF UNDER SECRETARIES OF DEFENSE DIRECTOR, DEFENSE RESEARCH
AND
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT SECRETARIES OF DEFENSE GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
DIRECTOR, OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION ASSISTANTS TO THE SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE DIRECTOR, ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT DIRECTORS OF THE DEFENSE
AGENCIES

SUBJECT: Increasing the Security Posture of the Unclassified but Sensitive Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet)

The security of the Department of Defense’s (DoD) information infrastructure is related to protection of the Unclassified but Sensitive Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet) against intrusion and malicious activity.
Intrusion attempts are expected to increase as hackers may be tempted to masquerade their activities as Year 2000 (Y2K) bugs. Information assurance and network protection efforts hinge on identification, control and management of NIPRNet connections. Of particular interest and concern are the multitude of interconnections between the NIPRNet and the Internet. DoD Directive 5200.28, “Security Requirements for Automated Information Systems (AlSs),” March 21, 1988, requires all DoD information systems, including networked
computers, to comply with minimum security requirements. These security requirements pertain to any information technology (IT) system(s), regardless of the classification of the data processed.

And much more at the link above.