Djchrismac wrote:So my point is, is this high pitched tone i'm hearing possibly related to all the barium in the atmosphere?
I've been hearing that sound since I was very young, back in the 1960s, so that pretty much predates chemtrails. There was one store, in particular, that used to trigger it off, a hardware place called Bennys. I later found out that they had an ultrasonic detector to give the owner an indication if someone was moving about the store (both security and "come out front"), so it may be tied in with some kind of ultrasonic signal as well.
Well then, this is starting to get interesting...
I was looking into Ultrasonics
and on checking the Phased array animated simulator
I couldn't help but notice 5 intersection points on the waves. Straight away I made a connection to the way the clouds are held in place in the following time-lapse, 10 seconds in:
15 April 2014 - HAARP Cloud Sunset Time-lapse
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6DloN2 ... jL5G-ob9ek
It looks just like the clouds are stuck in this overlap zone and when you check on phased array facilities in the UK you get:
The functions of RAF Fylingdales have been subject to criticism from opposition groups, such as the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), leading to protests being held on occasion. These stem from concerns regarding the base's association with nuclear warfare and the militarisation of space. They argue against the UK assisting the US National Missile Defense (NMD) programme with RAF Fylingdales' ability to detect attacks, claiming it to be unnecessary.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) defends the use and role of the facility however, regarding RAF Fylingdales as part of the UK's contribution to counter a military threat. The MoD states that although ballistic missile attack is a minor threat currently, this could change in the long-term future if as yet unknown enemies develop missiles as a means to overcome large distances to strike at the UK.
Another RAF Station, RAF Menwith Hill, is also located in Yorkshire and has a close arrangement with the United States. It too has been the focus of protests.
In June 2003, concern arose locally that RAF Fylingdales was emitting harmful emissions after a cancer cluster was discovered around a similar radar facility at Cape Cod in the United States. The issue was investigated by the local NHS organisation, the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Primary Care Trust, and a report was released in December. It concluded that there was no link between RAF Fylingdales and local cancer rates nor any abnormal risk, as cancer rates in the immediate area proved to be normal. A 2003 MoD report on the impact of the NMD upgrade at RAF Fylingdales reiterated that the base was within health guidelines and would remain so.
PAVE PAWS and BMEWS coverage
The radomes at Fylingdales in 1986
The Solid State Phased Array Radar (SSPAR)
Knowing from the time-lapses that we're getting hit with frequency waves constantly as they manipulate the cloud cover, this phased array at RAF Flyingdales looks like a prime suspect for the weather modification we're seeing. The diagram of the other facilities shows the northern hemisphere, where a majority of geoengineering seems to be happening, is completely covered by all five facilities.
Want to see another interesting connection?
PAVE PAWS is a United States Air Force Space Command radar system operated by three 21st Space Wing squadrons for missile warning and space surveillance.
Coverage of PAVE PAWS is shown in blue (see diagram above). This complements the coverage provided by the BMEWS system in red. Both report back to Cheyenne Mountain Air Base in Colorado.
The PAVE PAWS Radar at Clear AFS, Alaska
Maybe I should start saying "PAVE PAWS Cloud Sunset Time-lapse" now!