Saturday, 28 May 2011

HAARP ATTACK DETECTOR


How can you and your government detect and predict a HAARP attack? With an induction magnetometer. A magnetometer measures electromagnetic 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. A magnetometer can be used as an early warning system as it records auroral activity that precedes a HAARP induced earthquake or weather modification occurrence.

Click on the image above to redirect to HAARP's induction magnetometer charts. A prolonged 2.5Hz broadcast warns us of an imminent HAARP earthquake. A prolonged 1.7Hz broadcast warns of a HAARP weather modification occurrence - heavy rain and flooding.