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    The Westford Project

    Post  lawlessline on Fri Jun 07, 2013 5:28 pm

    Does anyone have any more on Project Westford.

    These are the basics:


    . Project Westford. The primary objective of Westford was to place an orbital reflective belt of millions oftiny dipoles around the Earth. These dipoles return a large percentage of radiation received to the Earth. The announcement of this project brought a storm of objections from scientists around the world who claimed that this belt of resonant particles would interfere with both radio and visual astronomical observations. On 4 October 1961, a special panel of the President's Science Advisory Committee reported that no permanent damage would accrue from such an experiment, and a launch with a payload of 75 pounds of fine copper dipoles was attempted on 21 October 1961. The experiment failed because the dipoles did not disperse in orbit. On 12 May 1962, the US Air Force announced that the second Westford experiment package had been launched and that dispersal was taking place as planned. The final results of this experiment were not announced.


    http://armycommunications.tpub.com/SS0031/SS00310015.htm

    Is this the back up harp?

    Can't find anything on the net. Thought this would be of interest to most just on the way they closed the project. They announced that the needles were spreading out but didn't release the results and then just said "Its over". Hmmmm



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    Re: The Westford Project

    Post  Carol on Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:04 pm

    According to the evidence provided by various scientist the sun isn't producing enough ions for short-wave radios to work - yet they are working.. I think in addition, this is why all the chemtrail spraying around the globe. Chemtrails also contain barium which absorb radiation. Since the earth's shield is under heavy bombardment from ongoing geomagnetic storms, the earth's protective shield is already compromised. Barium is the fifth element in Group 2, a soft silvery metallic alkaline earth metal.

    GEOMAGNETIC STORMS: Last night, Earth passed through a region of south-pointing magnetism in the solar wind. This triggered a G2-class (Kp=6) geomagnetic storm. At its peak, the storm spawned Northern Lights in the USA as far south as Kansas. More auroras are in the offing as a CME is set to deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on June 8-9. (or early hours of June 9th). NOAA forecasters estimate a 65% chance of geomagnetic storms when the CME arrives.

    It is RARE to see auroras in Kansas in January, let alone June!! THAT is how much electromagnetic surge and 'power' the sun is delivering to us right now.


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    Re: The Westford Project

    Post  Carol on Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:12 pm


    Full article: http://www.damninteresting.com/earths-artificial-ring-project-west-ford/
    EARTH'S ARTIFICIAL RING: PROJECT WEST FORD
    At the height of the Cold War in the late 1950s, all international communications were either sent through undersea cables or bounced off of the natural ionosphere. The United States military was concerned that the Soviets (or other "Hostile Actors") might cut those cables, forcing the unpredictable ionosphere to be the only means of communication with overseas forces. The Space Age had just begun, and the communications satellites we rely on today existed only in the sketches of futurists.

    Nevertheless, the US Military looked to space to help solve their communications weakness. Their solution was to create an artificial ionosphere. In May 1963, the US Air Force launched 480 million tiny copper needles that briefly created a ring encircling the entire globe. They called it Project West Ford. The engineers behind the project hoped that it would serve as a prototype for two more permanent rings that would forever guarantee their ability to communicate across the globe.

    The project itself was a virtually unqualified success. Though the first launch ended in failure, the second launch went without a hitch on 09 May 1963. Inside the West Ford spacecraft, the needles were packed densely together in blocks made of a napthalene gel that would rapidly evaporate in space. This entire package of needles weighed only 20 kg. After being released, the hundreds of millions of copper needles gradually spread throughout their entire orbit over a period of two months. The final donut-shaped cloud was 15 km wide and 30 km thick and encircled the globe at an altitude of 3700 km.

    Project West Ford
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_West_Ford
    sunlight pressure would cause the dipoles to only remain in orbit for a short period of approximately three years


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