Circle Sweeps, HAARP Rings, and Scalar Squares are Often From the Birds.

scombrid

Senior Member.
Funny there's another non-precipitation return on the Buffalo image series that TWC used. SE of Buffalo there are some hilltop wind farms that in in the line of sight of of the Buffalo base scan.

It's also funny that the conspiracy folks led me to "discover" the migrating birds on radar for myself. I'd always ignore non-precipitation clutter on images. I knew about refraction resulting in the radar bouncing off of objects on the ground such as when Wakefield VA pics up the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel in a deep inversion over a cold Chesapeake Bay bends the signal to the ground. But that type of clutter produces very bright distinct reflections. It is afterall cars and trucks driving on the bridge that are reflecting the signal. I've seen interstates in the midwest show up like that on that last cold calm night before a warm front. Diffuse clutter surrounding the radar was always to me just night critters flying about and I thought the brighter nights were when an inversion kept the signal lower. It was researching the topic in response to conspiracy theorists that I found the seasonal pattern to nocturnal clutter as well as the relationship of the nocturnal clutter to weather fronts and known migratory flyways. The nights with widespread clutter were in weather when temperature inversion was unlikely and relative velocity images showed not erratic movement around the radar but directed movement from N-S in the fall and S-N in the spring. Then I discovered that I was late to the party and that people were already studying noturnal flight and migration in a field known as aeroecology. People were using radar to locate bat and purple martin colonies. People were using radar to track broad cross regional migrations.

I guess that one positive is that I did learn something fascinating. But that new knowledge required that I already understood how radar worked, that the image on radar is a computer's interpretation of the reflected signal from the radar itself. The believers that do not understand radar or what clouds types there are will never make such discoveries. Heck, they are unable to discover real anomalies because they do not know what is really normal.
 

M Bornong

Senior Member.
It's also funny that the conspiracy folks led me to "discover" the migrating birds on radar for myself. I'd always ignore non-precipitation clutter on images.

I guess that one positive is that I did learn something fascinating. But that new knowledge required that I already understood how radar worked, that the image on radar is a computer's interpretation of the reflected signal from the radar itself. The believers that do not understand radar or what clouds types there are will never make such discoveries. Heck, they are unable to discover real anomalies because they do not know what is really normal.
For a time I was taken in by the Conspiracy Theories, It started with 9/11 and included Chemtrails. I was in a band at the time, about the time we'd finish rehearsal, "Outthere TV" would come on a local channel, and we'd unwind with a couple of beers as we watched. I contributed to the writing of and put the music to the video I've linked below. Funny thing is, by the time I was done ripping off the photos and reading the articles and links to those articles, I'd pretty much changed my mind. It helped growing up in a home with a research chemist as a father who instilled an appreciation of the scientific method, even though I chose a path in the arts, it pulled me back from the rabbit hole before I was too deep.

By searching to debunk some of these theories, I've learned a lot about subjects I thought I had little interest in. They did make me "Look Up" I'm just glad I've learned the science behind it and can now ignore the hysteria.

 

Mick West

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For a time I was taken in by the Conspiracy Theories, It started with 9/11 and included Chemtrails. I was in a band at the time, about the time we'd finish rehearsal, "Outthere TV" would come on a local channel, and we'd unwind with a couple of beers as we watched. I contributed to the writing of and put the music to the video I've linked below. Funny thing is, by the time I was done ripping off the photos and reading the articles and links to those articles, I'd pretty much changed my mind. It helped growing up in a home with a research chemist as a father who instilled an appreciation of the scientific method, even though I chose a path in the arts, it pulled me back from the rabbit hole before I was too deep.

By searching to debunk some of these theories, I've learned a lot about subjects I thought I had little interest in. They did make me "Look Up" I'm just glad I've learned the science behind it and can now ignore the hysteria.

Maybe you'd consider adding a longer version of that story here?
https://www.metabunk.org/forums/out-of-the-rabbit-hole.29/
 
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ssfor27

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Interesting how "they" have now suddenly stopped "pulsing" the mid-central to south eastern United States. No more "electromagnetic attacks", no more videos from Dutch or Rush. I guess "they" only like to "pulse" such vast areas when they can use the birds migrating cover story.
 

ssfor27

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Like clockwork, Dutchsinse is as reliable as the birds themselves every spring and fall migration period......

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...2.106418.296574443728320&type=1&stream_ref=10


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Birdcast better be careful in its use of words in this update. In the very first line they say "a pulse of favorable conditions that produces weekend flights..." Oh no, not a "pulse" :)

http://birdcast.info/forecast/regional-migration-forecast-28-march-4-april-2014/

Again Dutch, I ask the same questions as I did last fall. Why is just this area getting "pulsed"? Why is the west coast ALWAYS spared this frequency pollution? WHY do these blooms only appear in the late evening to early morning hours?

Some good reading concerning radar data as it relates to bird movements in the atmosphere:

http://virtual.clemson.edu/groups/birdrad/COM4B.HTM

http://virtual.clemson.edu/groups/birdrad/

A good site for updates on bird migrations as seen on radar:

http://badbirdz2.wordpress.com/
 

ssfor27

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A "confirmation" from Dutch is almost certainly coming should today's (3/31/14) convective outlook produce anything resembling severe weather. Right now there are just general thunderstorms in the area of his "haarp ring outbreak" but even that might be enough to warrant a follow up from him. He shoehorns anything that will work.

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http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day2otlk.html
 

solrey

Senior Member.
Yep, right up the Mississippi Flyway from Texas to Wisconsin on southerly winds circulating around a low pressure system over the border of Wyoming and Nebraska. 'Tis the season.


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WeedWhacker

Senior Member
Trying to explain the science of meteorology to YouTube "Keyboard Warriors"?

A Sisyphean task, like pushing a rope up a hill....(**)

Or, "herding cats" (Which of course can be done by tossing a crumpled ball of paper, or using a laser pointer....usually).

Or???:


Satire (or, "Catire"??) folks!!!

(AND yes, I am a man who appreciates the cat...I like dogs too, though!)

But I'm neither here, nor there, on turtles:
 
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ssfor27

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A "confirmation" from Dutch is almost certainly coming should today's (3/31/14) convective outlook produce anything resembling severe weather. Right now there are just general thunderstorms in the area of his "haarp ring outbreak" but even that might be enough to warrant a follow up from him. He shoehorns anything that will work.

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http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day2otlk.html
Well, that was an easy call to make. Right on queue Dutch. Facebook and YouTube full of "confirmation" posts and videos, including this:



Dutch claims a tornado forms near Jackson, MS within a "haarp ring" "real time" as he states it, apparently once again dispensing with the 24-48-72 or whatever-it-is hourly interval in between such events all together. Once again he bases this upon those labels that are generated by Intellicast and Weather Channel software, labels that are both unreliable and often inaccurate. In fact, the label that pops up on the Weather Channel map in his video says "possible tornado" but that's enough for Dutch for a confirmation.

Once again he mistakenly says the acronym "RF" as see on Doppler radar velocity products means "Radio Frequency". Heavy, heavy sigh........no Dutch, for the one billionth time, it means RANGE FOLDED......

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And, interestingly enough, he is shown using the Storm Relative Velocity product, which is one of the most useful radar products available to identify tornado vortex signatures within a storm. However, he also demonstrates exactly how clueless he is in his feeble attempt to convince his viewers he knows what he is doing, instead focusing on the aformentioned "RF" rather than hunting for such signatures.

Storm Relative Mean Velocity is a product that is simply base velocity (wind velocity parallel to the direction of the radar beam either toward or away from the radar) with the average storm motion subtracted out. When storms are moving quickly, this makes it easier to spot rotation which might be masked out by the motion of the storm. In other words, the SRMV product displays wind velocity data as if the storm itself is motionless. It DOES NOT show "Radio Frequency" o_O

Explanation of Base Velocity:

http://forecast.weather.gov/jetstream/doppler/basevel.htm

Explanation of Storm Relative Velocity:

http://forecast.weather.gov/jetstream/doppler/srm.htm

A good tutorial of radar imagery:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/doppler/ridgeimages.htm

No severe weather reports anywhere near his "haarp ring outbreak" whatsoever from NOAA, just a few in Minnesota. No reports of hail in the Tulsa, OK area either, as he claims on an earlier Facebook post . No reports of tornadoes in that area. Nothing.

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/today.html

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scombrid

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Hell most of his followers think that the colors on the radar depict temperature as they will often refer to reds and oranges as "hot". He nor they have any understanding that the radar detects a very narrow band and that the colors are false colors meant to illustrate the "brightness" of the reflection for the viewer.
 

solrey

Senior Member.
His "haarp ring" looks like bright banding, the increased reflectivity when precip that starts as ice or snow begins to melt as it falls into warmer air below. In this case the air immediately below the melting layer is also very dry and the returns are weak which translates into light precip that started as snow, melts between 10,000' - 12,000' and sublimates around 6,000' to 8,000'. The concentric "ring" effect is from the circular sweep of the radar at different angles so the beam slices through a given altitude, in this case the melting layer, closer to the station as the angle of the radar dish increases.

http://wx.db.erau.edu/faculty/mullerb/Wx365/Bright_band/bright_band.html



Here's the Skew-T diagram from Jackson, MS near the same time-frame showing the dry air immediately below the layer at 0 C.

[Broken External Image]:http://weather.uwyo.edu/cgi-bin/sou...AR=2014&MONTH=04&FROM=0100&TO=0100&STNM=72235

This was right ahead of the boundary between warm moist air from the south and cooler drier air from the north as winds circulate around a strong low over the upper midwest.

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He's claiming 'victory' over another auto-detect TWC tornado label over Tulsa, OK which happens to be one of the radars that picked up the March 30/31 bird migration. He doesn't even know where to begin in using the plethora of radar data available that would confirm or deny those auto-detect labels. TWC/Intellicast's software produces a lot of "false positive" labels too. He's not looking for Hook Echoes, Velocity Couplets or anything else, he just kinda plows blindly through different radar products like Echo Tops looking for scary color patterns. Personally I didn't see anything in the radar signatures from either location that would indicate a tornado, or damaging winds or large hail. All dutch does is drool over those unreliable labels and go on and on about "RF is radio frequency", betraying his ignorance of a very basic concept in weather radar, Range Folding.

This whole insistence that RF/purple is radio frequency is completely illogical from the standpoint of keeping an alleged covert weather modification operation secret anyhow. Why would they modify the weather with "frequency" yet at the same time blatantly advertise an otherwise ultra-secret covert program by including said frequency data in radar maps available to anyone in the world? :confused:
 

ssfor27

Active Member
See how easy it is? Just take a look at the convective outlook from the Storm Prediction Center, then find anything on a radar in the concerned area that your all-believing viewers will swallow, call it a "haarp ring", "scalar square", "frequency pollution" or some other type of mumbo-jumbo, sit back, wait for the weather to arrive, then claim yet another confirmed weather modification event. I am predicting there will be more "confirmations" from Dutch riding the coat tails of his March 31st post, which was examined earlier in this thread.

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He also does not seem to understand the criteria needed to issue watches and warnings. Such notifications do not go out for EVERY thunderstorm. And once again he is basing his statements on one of those faulty labels generated by the Weather Channel and Intellicast. Apparently, hearing thunder is all that is necessary to issue a warning according to him.

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Link to a good FAQ that answers some general questions about why defines severe weather as well as watches and warnings:


http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/#4.1
 

Hingefactor

Member
Correct me if I'm wrong...but isn't 'YouTube' a source for profit, for those people who post videos and acquire subscribers and thus, "Views"?
(ETA: Since the company known as "Google" acquired "YouTube" some years ago)
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/15196982/ns/business-us_business/t/google-buys-youtube-billion/

Doesn't seem to matter if the content is 'accurate' or 'factual'.

But, responding to such obvious BUNK is, indeed, frustrating.
I once left a comment for one of his HAARP videos, in which I called him out about lying to his "fans" that HAARP hadn't been shut down. His response was very telling. He sent me a private message in which the only point was that "You haven't produced anything, so shut up". The fact of the matter is, he begs for money on Facebook while trying to drive people to YouTube for either profit, or ego gratification. It's amazing that he's still pushing the hoax that HAARP was never shut down.
 
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solrey

Senior Member.
Hoooboy, now "haarp rings" can vaporize storms too. And RF is a duality.

You know you're out there when you have to start your own piece with... "Not an April Fools joke."

http://dutchsinse.tatoott1009.com/4...inds-and-tornado-real-time-over-dallas-texas/

In this case, the "rings" were refraction off a strong inversion layer being picked up at different radar dish elevation angles. It looks like what he calls a "sudden negative velocity across the region" was a change of Volume Coverage Patterns in response to an approaching supercell storm. The storm actually did produce large hail, some wind damage and almost formed a tornado according to radar showing a velocity couplet and hint of a hook echo.

Oh, and there is no such thing as a "strong cell storm". "Strong cell" is just a term used on Intellicast/TWC auto-detect labels. I've seen areas of just moderate rain labeled "strong cell" by Intellicast/TWC so I'm not sure what their definition of "strong cell" actually is. The particular storm in question however was a supercell, the other types of storms are single cell, multi-cell and squall line.

What does "hit the incoming storm in negative velocity" even mean? Think dutch has ever heard of the life cycle of a thunderstorm? Probably not. 15 out of 15 in strength? That's just an Intellicast/TWC label thing.

http://www.physics.isu.edu/weather/kmdbbd/unit16_notes.htm

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/tstorms/life.htm

There was no tornado signature evident on radar on 3/31/14, unlike the hook echo and velocity couplet observed on 4/1/14 although even with rotation obvious on radar, there were no reports of a tornado actually touching down.

Now, for all those who understand radar and meteorology I suggest putting all beverages down before reading the following...

:eek: :confused:
 

ssfor27

Active Member
I have to give it up to you Solrey, sometimes I try and debunk his bunk and I just give up, the ridiculousness level is so through the roof on some of his posts.

But...as I predicted...he is right on cue with the confirmations. So now his pulses cause multiple weather events, because he has already made at least 2 connections previously already to the believed to be bird migration event discussed here from early morning on March 31:



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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...2.106418.296574443728320&type=1&stream_ref=10

I'm also certain we'll see more pleas for funds now that he has once again proven what a sleuth he is in uncovering those dastardly deeds.

Badbirdz is in on the coverup and disinformation too:

http://badbirdz2.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/bird-migration-ramps-up/
 
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WeedWhacker

Senior Member
...he is right on queue...
On queue as in a line? Or, on cue is in response to a stimulus?

(Sorry, had to do it!! Homonyms, they are so much fun! Cheers! Very off, but side anecdote...years ago I was "queued up" at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, and overheard a very polite British voice ask the American tourist at the end of the "line" if it was the back of the queue. The American's reply: "What the heck is a 'cue'??"
At that point I was compelled to speak up....as a sort of apology to an international tourist for abject local stupidity...).
 

ssfor27

Active Member
On queue as in a line? Or, on cue is in response to a stimulus?

(Sorry, had to do it!! Homonyms, they are so much fun! Cheers! Very off, but side anecdote...years ago I was "queued up" at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, and overheard a very polite British voice ask the American tourist at the end of the "line" if it was the back of the queue. The American's reply: "What the heck is a 'cue'??"
At that point I was compelled to speak up....as a sort of apology to an international tourist for abject local stupidity...).

OK OK I fixed it..yes I meant "on cue" as in "anything that excites to action; stimulus" :)
 

ssfor27

Active Member
Weatherwar 101 getting in on the action as well, basically calling out Dutchsinse for his haarp ring post discussed earlier in the this thread.

They aren't HARRP rings anymore, now they are "sequential NEXRAD forced rotation"....huh? From this, is it logical to assume the next catch phrase among these people might SNFR (pronounced sniffer)?

At the 3:10 mark of this video at least he is right about one thing - they are NOT HAARP rings...or SNFR.

"Dual polarity, negative velocity, sequential NEXRAD forced rotation".....whew! Those are some real doozies...o_O

 

ssfor27

Active Member
Dutch, I couldn't have said it any better myself - "Oh no... not again!"


https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...7073092.106418.296574443728320&type=1&theater

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And somehow that, apparently, translates into this:


https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...7073092.106418.296574443728320&type=1&theater

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Even though the southeast was not being "pulsed" in his "oh no" post shown above.....


The SPC convective outlook shows a slight chance for severe weather 2 days from now in the southeast (which was not in his "pulsed" area seen in the screenshot above), and basically nothing 3 days from now. But it's an almost certainty he will shoehorn anything that pops up into yet another "confirmation". All it will take will be for one of those silly labels that says "possible damaging winds" or "possible hail" to appear on Intellicast or Weather Channel and he'll have his confirmation. Regardless if anyone on the ground actually confirms it. And then it will be time to beg for more money.




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ssfor27

Active Member
A few weeks ago we had the transmitter somewhat apart to do some repairs. So I took a few pics. Take a look at this big bad weather weapon in all its glory. Looks pretty sophisticated, doesn't it? Like enough to control the weather sophisticated....o_O




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BTW - has anyone ever heard or seen him state in writing that "RF" means "Range Folding" (the correct terminology for the acronym when viewing the radar velocity products he loves to show) in ANY of his previous videos or blogs, as he states here?

http://dutchsinse.tatoott1009.com/4...inds-and-tornado-real-time-over-dallas-texas/
 

ssfor27

Active Member
Like clockwork and as predicted. The confirmation from his April 6th post that again looked like bird migration caught on radar or a temperature inversion but certainly not "haarp rings"....o_O

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...7073092.106418.296574443728320&type=1&theater

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None of the labels shown in his screen capture indicate anything other than ordinary thunderstorms and isn't it supposed to be SEVERE weather that always follows 48-72 hours later? It's amazing what a fraud this guy is. Now even the most benign rain showers can be crammed into his "confirmations".

The current day's storm report from NOAA:

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He also just posted a video and blog entry about a "frequency vortex" out of Texas that looks to me like a WSR-88D that has dirty slip rings or a problem with it's azimuth encoder. It's such a ridiculous video/ blog I don't feel like wasting any more time on him other than to say I've seen such anomalies due to the aforementioned mechanical issues with a similar radar.
 

ssfor27

Active Member
Solrey / Scombrid - Have either of you ever said the type of anomaly shown below was because of "birds and bugs" while interacting with Dutchsinse? He's infatuated with throwing that singular potential cause back at anyone who has ever said birds and bugs and other biological entities cause SOME anomalies. But biological returns definitely do not create this type of anomaly, the classic bullseye pattern, which was partially touched upon here.....

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...363126717073092.106418.296574443728320&type=1


And a simple examination of the Greer, SC radar status page shows there was a malfunction noted at approximately the same time as Dutch's "pulse"

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Expect another round of confirmation posts followed by requests for donations towards his million dollar fun raiser. There are thunderstorms possible in that area over the next couple days.
 

M Bornong

Senior Member.
Solrey / Scombrid - Have either of you ever said the type of anomaly shown below was because of "birds and bugs" while interacting with Dutchsinse? He's infatuated with throwing that singular potential cause back at anyone who has ever said birds and bugs and other biological entities cause SOME anomalies. But biological returns definitely do not create this type of anomaly, the classic bullseye pattern, which was partially touched upon here.....

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...363126717073092.106418.296574443728320&type=1


And a simple examination of the Greer, SC radar status page shows there was a malfunction noted at approximately the same time as Dutch's "pulse"

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Expect another round of confirmation posts followed by requests for donations towards his million dollar fun raiser. There are thunderstorms possible in that area over the next couple days.
I've never seen that particular return attributed to birds, I'm fairly certain that Dutch watches this site, he's twisted what has been said on this site to fit the claim of the day too often.
 

scombrid

Senior Member.
Solrey / Scombrid - Have either of you ever said the type of anomaly shown below was because of "birds and bugs" while interacting with Dutchsinse?
No.


He's infatuated with throwing that singular potential cause back at anyone who has ever said birds and bugs and other biological entities cause SOME anomalies.
He has been using that misdirection strategy at least since I first encountered his scam after the Joplin tornado in 2011. It has been very successful for him. It is a good trick. It forces the debunker to try to prove a negative i.e. “I never said X” which turns into a game of the debunker’s word against the prophet’s. Or you have to do a long debunk that explains what biological reflective returns look like and why the bullseye is not such, which does nothing to influence the believers when the “confirmations” come in.

It should be clear from this thread what type of returns we “skeptics” attribute to biological targets. People can draw their own conclusions about whether or not Dutchsinse is making an honest mistake in claiming that we “skeptics” had previously stated that the bullseye return type anomaly was birds or bugs.
 

solrey

Senior Member.
Solrey / Scombrid - Have either of you ever said the type of anomaly shown below was because of "birds and bugs" while interacting with Dutchsinse? He's infatuated with throwing that singular potential cause back at anyone who has ever said birds and bugs and other biological entities cause SOME anomalies. But biological returns definitely do not create this type of anomaly, the classic bullseye pattern, which was partially touched upon here.....
Nope, in fact I've gone out of my way to research and explain to him, with references of course, the various anomalies/AP/non-precip returns he presents as "haarp rings/pulses", etc. He's been mocking birds :p from the first time that biological returns on radar was explained to him. He doesn't understand the pretty pictures he sees, so anything that looks odd to him is a "haarp ring" and any skeptic is a "shill" screaming "birds and bugs".
 

ssfor27

Active Member
Dutch's juvenile take on a recent grasshopper/beetle swarm out of North Texas:


The article him and his buddy Tatoot are ripping apart:

http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/...g-up-on-north-texas-weather-radar-today.html/

I guess he doesn't realize that things such as gust fronts and lake breezes show up on radar. To be clear, the radar imagery he is using is unrelated to the grasshopper swarm. He chose not to use any radar imagery of that event but instead focuses on a northwest Texas thunderstorm.

One of his visitors even got the right answer, but instead she just dismisses it. Somehow the idea of what Dutch is seeing being an outflow boundary is less plausible to her than the idea of man made weather:

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A simple explanation of outflow boundaries and why they often appear on Doppler radar:

http://www.theweatherprediction.com/habyhints/146/

and another video put out by the NWS the week prior:


Dutch just simply cannot get past the whole birds and bugs thing being the ONLY explanation offered up for any radar anomaly and then when there is an event where that IS the explanation he makes a mockery of it. And nowhere in any official press releases was it stated that the grasshoppers were being detected at an altitude of 15,000 feet. But because Dutch uses that figure in his spoof video, his fans now think that was the official explanation from the NWS.
 

scombrid

Senior Member.
I saw the bugs on radar the other day. Was looking at a south regional mosaic loop and say the green areas in Texas. So I pulled the 24hr loop from the individual NEXRAD near Abilene. I immediately thought, bugs, lots of bugs. It was small targets over a huge area moving generally with the very light wind. In the long loop I saw clusters of targets drifting along convergent boundaries as well as a neat looking hole in the returns where a small t-shower collapsed and the downdraft and outflow boundary dispersed the targets. My fun was spoiled knowing how certain people would interpret the event.
 

Spectrar Ghost

Senior Member.
Some nice AP out of ILX and particularly LOT today starting at around 1300z. I'd guess it's biological. Think Dutch will pick up on it?

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A lot of it looks like it's in the riverine areas around Danville and Kankakee.
 
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ssfor27

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Some nice AP out of ILX and particularly LOT today starting at around 1300z. I'd guess it's biological. Think Dutch will pick up on it?

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A lot of it looks like it's in the riverine areas around Danville and Kankakee.
ILX often displays reflectivity values from nearby wind farms. It also occasionally has a rather prominent "spike" at about the 277 degree radial from a nearby 4G cell tower.
 

solrey

Senior Member.
Some nice AP out of ILX and particularly LOT today starting at around 1300z. I'd guess it's biological. Think Dutch will pick up on it?

A lot of it looks like it's in the riverine areas around Danville and Kankakee.
Those are wind farms. I took a look at the loop and the returns were stationary over wind farms I've identified in the past.

http://en.openei.org/wiki/Map_of_Wind_Farms

Dutch seems more focused on earthquakes these days.
 

scombrid

Senior Member.
It is migration season again and here is a timely article on scientists advancing the use of weather surveillance radar as a means of better understanding of the huge largely invisible seasonal event.

http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0160106


Innovative Visualizations Shed Light on Avian Nocturnal Migration


 
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Critical Thinker Flooding in Colorado caused by HAARP, nothing to do with Climate Change? Contrails and Chemtrails 24
Leifer Mackerel Skys before HAARP and...... Contrails and Chemtrails 3
Mick West Brooks Agnew's Cloud Chamber HAARP Experiment on Joe Rogan's Question Everything HAARP 31
Met Watch Tropical Systems & HAARP HAARP 2
FreiZeitGeist HAARP-Website offline (Navy renegotiating management contract) HAARP 28
TornadoTom Debunking Haarp is the reason for longer daylight hours HAARP 3
Mick West HAARP Debunked and Explained HAARP 10
scombrid Moore, Oklahoma tornado caused by HAARP According to Some Conspiracy Believers Conspiracy Theories 47
A.G. "EU Conference on Weather Modification and Geo-Engineering..." Contrails and Chemtrails 29
electrojet Contrails, Gravity Waves, and HAARP Contrails and Chemtrails 188
Steve Funk Earth Day Activity? (Chemtrail/HAARP/Geoengineering protest) Contrails and Chemtrails 23
Oxymoron Norway Spiral. Was it Really a Failed Missile Launch or Was it HAARP (EISCAT) Conspiracy Theories 36
scombrid Debunked: HAARP Builds Noreaster in wake of Sandy HAARP 4
Mick West Debunked: Hurricane Sandy, Chemtrails, HAARP and Conspiracy Theories Conspiracy Theories 138
Mick West America's Most Secret Structures (Chemtrails, HAARP) Contrails and Chemtrails 32
scombrid Debunked:9/9/2012 -- HAARP ring outbreak -- Midwest to South USA HAARP 12
solrey Debunked: HAARP rings/scalar squares, etc. validated in paper from Stanford HAARP 257
MikeC HAARP causing more earthquakes? Conspiracy Theories 18
Mick West Bernard Eastlund's Connection to HAARP People Debunked 102
Mick West Debunked: Louisiana straight line HAARP clouds HAARP 2
Mick West Chemtrails/HAARP Rally on the Victoria Legislature Lawn 23 July, 2011 Contrails and Chemtrails 0
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