The spectrum of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) signals has now been identified at multiples of 4Hz with the use of a digital spectrum analyzer/oscilloscope. The graph presented on this page was obtained with several significant modifications to the ELF circuit that has been described in the past few Carnicom papers, namely the paper titled ELF CIRCUIT DESIGN (dated January 26, 2003) with modifications that are discussed here and will be described further in a future paper. It was observed that the power of the signal being received is clearly of artificial origin and occurs at multiples of 4Hz. These frequencies occur in the range of the primary electromagnetic activity of the human brain.
Research is currently underway to determine the direction (and eventual location) of the signals that are being generated and to which the populace is subject. Additional information on the directional parallel resonant loop antenna and the additional amplifier circuit will be forthcoming.
It is requested that citizens across the nation and/or globe construct the circuit as it has been developed to assist in determining the origin of the signals through triangulation. Modifications for further enhancement are also welcomed.
A further case for tracking down the origin of Extremely Low Frequencies (ELF) with 4Hz multiples in the ambient atmosphere is made here. The measurements included in this page were registered using Carnicom’s latest circuit design at the Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico on January 25, 2003, and mimic the frequencies measured in Santa Fe in the earlier Carnicom paper titled ELF & THE HUMAN ANTENNA (dated January 19, 2003) except for one notable thing: the 60Hz frequency that was observed in Santa Fe is absent as expected from the measurements, as the 60Hz frequency is known to be produced by power lines, of which there are none at the Bandelier National Monument. The closest town from Bandelier is 6 miles, and in this National Monument there is expected to be little to no frequency interference from other known sources. One other significant finding in these measurements is that the ELF signals appear to be that of a highly pulsed nature, versus that of power line pulses and their 60Hz frequencies.
Citizens across the globe are asked to replicate the results presented in these experiments. The circuit diagram for this test unit will be presented at a later time. A request is made for those in the electrical engineering fields to contribute modification to this design as well.
The presence of ambient Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves has again been verified on January 18, 2003 in Santa Fe New Mexico. The frequencies recorded by Clifford Carnicom show the same 4Hz multiples as his earlier readings, and these frequencies are likely of artificial design and with an undeclared purpose. A newer circuit used allows more sensitive measurements; sensitive enough to detect and register the electromagnetic presence of a person from several feet away. An additional topic of research is presented here as a possible correlation to the presence of these observed frequencies…that of the US military’s HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) high frequency pulses into the ionosphere that produce ELF frequencies. ELFs are used for earth penetration and subsurface communications, and though there is insufficient correlation between what is being measured in New Mexico and the HAARP waves, it is coincidental enough to be discussed in this paper. A most unexpected and unusual result of the current work is the role that the human being can assume in the detection of these frequencies. It has been found that the human organism, acting in conjunction with the primary large inductance coil (antenna) of the circuit, provides sufficient amplification to the signal to allow reliable detection and logging of the data. That is to say, if a human runs a wire in parallel from the skin to the inductor lead, the geometric form of these frequencies is easily detected.
As an extension of the previous Carnicom paper titled ELF FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (November 10, 2002), the presence of frequent or continuous ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) radiation at discrete frequencies that are multiples of 4Hz has been confirmed by two different methods. The first involves the use of an electronic ELF amplifier circuit that incorporates data logging, and the second involves the combination of an inductive-capacitive resonant circuit in conjunction with a gaussmeter and a signal generator. This information is provided due to the significant implications of this radiation on the biological and mental well-being of the populace.
Graphs are presented on this page showing the detected ELF (Extremely Low Frequencies) frequencies using the ELF-LF circuit tester devised in the previous Carnicom paper ELF EVIDENCE SURFACES (November 9, 2002). The graphing of these ELF signals in the ambient atmosphere under test include a plot of the frequencies, a data point view of these detected frequencies, and a trend analysis using a low frequency filter against the frequency plot.
Images of measurements of electromagnetic changes in the atmosphere made by Carnicom are presented here. There are indications in these images of increasing frequencies measured that correlate to the onset of aerosol operations. The images of the electromagnetic measurements include those made before, during, and after aerosol operations.
Considered here is a way to measure the electricity in the atmosphere (atmospheric current) and be able to correlate measured values to the prevalence of aerosol operations. A preliminary diagram of an electrical circuit to do such measuring is presented, as is a complex mathematical analysis providing guidance for further research into this topic. Data that has been collected for this topic is available in an earlier Carnicom paper titled PREDICTING THE OPERATIONS: SUNSPOTS AND HUMIDITY from September 3, 2002.
Included here is the entire interview between Jeff Rense and Clifford Carnicom from November 2001. This interview covers what is known regarding aerosol operations, as well as discussion of many of Carnicom’s research papers and their meaning for humanity. Topics covered include how the skies were empty of any spraying activity in the weeks after the World Trade Tower attacks on September 11, 2001, the EPA’s refusal to analyze fiber samples sent to them by Carnicom, results of water sample testing and much more.
This work details an analysis made that indicates that one of the primary applications of the aerosol operations is likely to involve the advanced use of radar technology for military purposes. Discussion ensues of the definition of plasma, with plasma being an ionized gas consisting of ions and free electrons distributed over a region in space. The effect of aerosol operations can lead to no other logical conclusion except that the lower atmosphere itself has been altered to a plasma state. The importance of the concept of ‘plasma frequency’ is outlined in a quote from Richard Feynman: “This natural resonance of a plasma has come interesting effects. For example, if one tries to propagate a radio wave through the ionosphere, one finds that it can penetrate only if its frequency is higher than the plasma frequency. Otherwise the signal is reflected back. We must use high frequencies if we wish to communicate with a satellite in space. On the other hand, if we wish to communicate with a radio station beyond the horizon, we must use frequencies lower than the plasma frequency, so that the signal will be reflected back to earth.” A detailed discussion of the calculations of the plasma frequency for the ionosphere ensues in this work that supports the notion that a significant application of the aerosol operations may well involve the propagation of radio waves over extended distances. There are numerous military and electromagnetic propagation applications that become evident from this finding.
Research is indicating that the conductivity of the atmosphere has been increased in conjunction with the extensive aerosol operations that have been documented. This paper details using a Van de Graaf generator to create a spark in the open atmosphere to determine the dielectric strength (or conductivity) of the atmosphere. The conclusion after testing was performed is that the atmosphere is not acting as efficiently as an insulator, or conversely, the atmosphere is more electrically conductive than is expected, indicating that conductivity characteristics of the atmosphere have been altered.
The question of whether of not visible light is sufficient to ionize the presumed metallic particulate material recently evidenced by photographs and video of January 3, 2001 is now answerable based on definitions and calculations discussed in this Carnicom paper. The ‘work force’ of metal is explained, which is crucial to the determination of the level of energy required for photo-ionization to take place. The results of the study done in this paper indicates that the energy available within visible light is sufficient to produce photo-ionization of barium particulate matter, and that midrange ultraviolet light is sufficient to produce photo-ionization of particulates of magnesium.