This article is part of the series: The Radiation Database: HAARP Research HQ
Please read THE BIRTH OF HAARP before proceeding
Radars use resonance and computers to scan returning signals to produce images on dem radar screens. The FAA and US Air Force use the Joint Surveillance System doppler radars to bounce high frequency (inaudible) radio waves off the ionosphere scanning for aircraft, ufo’s, and terrorists on pink elephants. By nature, these high frequency transmissions are short lived (their wavelength means they decay fast) and do not penetrate solid objects, such as stone buildings.
ELF, SLF, ULF, and VLF.
THIS IMAGE FROM THE RADIATION DATABASE A GOOGLE EARTH PROJECT.
In order to talk to yellow submarines far below the surface of the ocean, VLF or Very Low Frequency radio broadcasting antennas are predominately used. Unlike radar signals, these multi-million watt broadcasts can be heard worldwide. They are studied and monitored by scientific groups for various purposes.
There’s only one reason to communicate with a submarine, nuclear warfare baby. The signal broadcast to submarines would be very short and nondescript, like “PING” or “HEY NAO!”. This would signal the submarine to surface to receive instructions on who to obliterate in a ninja-style first-strike. The US Navy’s Cutler VLF station is the king of the hill (1,800 kW) when it comes to signalling the apocalypse.