Very Low Frequency (VLF) pulse data has been captured and logged on March 23, 2003 using Carnicom’s ELF circuit from previous experiments. These VLF frequencies operate at 1KHz-34KHz in the radio spectrum. Images of the frequencies observed and logged are attached to this page. The graphing of these frequencies appears to indicate either harmonics and/or using a mixing of signals being factors in the existence of these VLF signals. The Executive Summary from a HAARP document is referenced, with a link to this summary.
The Defense Information Services Agency (DISA) and the Department of Defense Network Operations (NIPR) have recently demonstrated a heightened interest in the research materials available on the carnicom.com website. This increased interest appears to correlate with recent presentations on the topic of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) radiation. The DISA Mission Statement is included on this page, and more information about NIPR can be found in previous Carnicom papers titled NIPR ACTIVITY INCREASES (dated February 28, 2001) and NIPR.MIL 10 ½ HOUR VISIT (dated April 1, 2001).
The following quote from Donald Rumsfeld is included on this page with respect to the draft during Viet Nam:
“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”.
Visitation activity by NIPR.mil (NIPR = Department of Defense Network Operations (NIPRnet)) has increased dramatically over the last few days to www.carnicom.com. Responses to an elicitation by Clifford Carnicom on the message board for additional information about NIPR are included in this paper. One such reply offers the belief that the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) created NIPR so that NIPR is essentially a VERY secure, single point of contact for all Department of Defense (DoD) connections to the internet.