[AMRadio] Re: [Boatanchors] AEA Moscow Muffler Woodpecker Blanker

Mark Foltarz Foltarz at rocketmail.com
Fri May 5 21:53:24 EDT 2006

What a coincedence, the Science Channel ran a program about HAARP this
afternoon.  And supposedly they had an interview with the patent holder to the
foundational technology for HAARP.

He claimed that the initial reason for his invention was to convert natural gas
into electricity and then into a highly focused EM beam.

The beam would then be 'received' and then converted back to electricity.

Go figure.



--- "Gregory W. Moore" <gwmoore at moorefelines.com> wrote:

> Gentlemen es all other of us who hang out on the boatanchors list....
> That sweeping signal from Alaska was (and is ) project HAARP.  If you 
> follow the info about same, including a few well documented
> programs on the Science and History channel ( I am including this to 
> prove that the information is publicly available, not classified, and
> one doesn't have to don a tinfoil beanie, nor hide from the MIB, etc to 
> discuss the uses). I do believe that one will find that the use of
> HAARP is far from benign.   First off, there has simply been too much 
> money poured into said project, and the extensive construction of
> the huge antenna arrays and transmitters go way beyond the private sector.
> In the second place, the end result of the "tests" is to cause heating 
> of the ionosphere, allegedly to cause shifting in radio propagation 
> conditions, but given the fact that the beam is indeed, steerable, gives 
> rise to the theory that there may well be a weaponized use of the site, 
> especially in the field of WX modification in the High Arctic.  The idea 
> has also been advanced that the  site was, as originally concieved, an 
> ABM testbed, which, when the rest of the ABM sites were dismantled under 
> treaty, simply "hidden in plain sight.
> Yes, propagation research is indeed carried out at the site, and was 
> documented in a well produced Science Channel program which was aired 
> some months ago ( I wish I had recorded the darn thing on my DVR, 
> because it hasn't been repeated, at least as far as I know, but the 
> system's uses seem to be both myriad, and very useful against the "bad 
> dudes" who would threaten us.  It also manages to consume a great deal 
> of the North Slope Natural Gas for their generation facilities, which 
> otherwise would have to be wasted and simply burned off via flame 
> stacks, so it is providing a useful and profitable customer for the 
> owners of the oil fields.   Yes, HAARP is OTHR, but it is a great many 
> other things as well, if one can believe the programming, which, of 
> course, probably leaves much left out at the polite request of the 
> "censors"........
> I was, frankly, quite amazed at the Wullenwerber Antenna (Sterba 
> Curtain) which no attempt was made to conceal, and to be quite honest, 
> when one sees an antenna farm like that, it makes an old Mil RM then 
> Communications Officer,  and an old Ham drool with envy ;-)......  As I 
> said, nothing I have written is classified, nor gleaned from anywhere 
> but public sources like the Science Channel, but the equipment was 
> impressive, to say the least.   Being a good little former RM, who is 
> still bound by a rather high security   clearance, ( The one known among 
> the possessors as "Higher than God" --hi--)  I don't want to speculate, 
> nor make statements other than those obtained from public, readily 
> available sources ( Incarceration would put a real damper on my BA 
> collecting and restoring activity --hi--)  Anyhow, if you get a chance, 
> and the Science or History channel run that show again, it is worth the 
> 2 hours to record it, because besides the fantastic antenna arrays, 
> there are a lot of shots of some fine BA's still in use.  I had to fight 
> the XYL off to watch the show for the time it was on, but darn it, it 
> was the best 2 hrs I spent in a long time. I just wish I had recorded 
> the show, but I totally forgot, being caught up in the material they 
> were showing......
> That's my .02 and IMHO, your mileage may vary, always drive on roads, 
> not on people, void where prohibited.....
> 73 de Greg "GW" Moore  WA3IVX/NNN0BVN
> Revcom Electronics wrote:
> >Oh that brings back memories....
> >
> >Along with the "Woodpecker", OTHR, used to 
> >map our landscape as well as watch for planes,
> >anyone remember the "sounders".  The frequency
> >sweeping signal, (burrrrrip, with a pulse) going up
> >the band.  Used to try and chase them with the 
> >'ole HQ-129X.
> >
> >Think they came from good ole US.  There was/is
> >a very large propagation research system in Alaska
> >that was Megawatts in HF band.  Is it operational
> >
> >Rod
> >K0EQH
> >
> >----- Original Message ----- 
> >From: "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com>
> >To: "Mark Foltarz" <Foltarz at rocketmail.com>
> >Cc: <boatanchors at mailman.qth.net>; <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> >Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2006 8:10 AM
> >Subject: Re: [Boatanchors] AEA Moscow Muffler Woodpecker Blanker WB-1
> >
> >
> >On 5/1/06, Mark Foltarz <Foltarz at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>AEA Moscow Muffler Woodpecker Blanker WB-1
> >>Anyone remember one of these?
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >Never knew they had a filter for it, Mark. Interesting. I do remember
> >hearing it march up and down the bands regularly and cursing it,
> >though. Wonder if anyone has an mp3 or.wav file of it?
> >
> >Good ol' Cold War ham radio nostalgia...
> >
> >de Todd/'Boomer'  KA1KAQ
> >
> >
> >
> >  
> >
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