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Ein weiteres Video der ├ťbersetzung des Signals auf dem CCD-Chip einer Digitalkamera aufgenommen wurden.
Diese Technik wird von der NASA f├╝r Deep Space Fotografie genutzt.
See : http://ranier.hq.nasa.gov/sensors_page/dd/hst&gll_ccd.html
Another video translating the signal being captured on the CCD chip of a digital camera.
This is what I think we are seeing.
The extra Aluminum in the cloud is reacting with some sort of radio or microwave signal which we can view using the proper procedures put into place by NASA. This is basically tuning in the frequency in a visual manner, much like being able to see vibrations in water. We can't hear the vibrations but we can see the results they leave behind as their physic manifestation.
If we zoom into a wave form on water we could remove the glare and see the actual wave form.
That's what I am doing here.
These hardened edges in this footage are the result of form waves hitting the Aluminum.
They are working on using our upper atmosphere as a giant wave reflector in order to communicate with submarines on a global scale.
Creating a global wifi connection anyone with the proper tuner can access.
Since form waves can be seen there is no reason to expect HAARP scientist not to play around a bit.
I would adjust the impulse in such a manner to cause the hardened edges to look like animals, people, things - whatever I could get to happen. This is scientific experimentation that is required with any new technology. We need to learn what it can and cannot do.
This document explains what it is and that the California missile could have been a test.
Infrared Scene Generation for Wide Field of View (WFOV) Sensors
This is Google's cache of
http://www.dodsbir.net/sitis/display_topic.asp?Bookmark=39595. It is a
snapshot of the page as it appeared on Nov 7, 2010 23:06:25 GMT. Missile seen on Nov 9, 2010
You must download the HD version and watch it on your HD monitor to see the detail.
If you have Man-Made cloud footage of your own, please take a second look using this method.
What you will see, will shock you.