Germany’s EISCAT ionosphere heater is root cause of upcoming sudden stratosphere warming

“A new and stronger warming event is developing in the Stratosphere, which will collapse the polar circulation. As a result, a so-called Sudden Stratospheric Warming event is now forecast to displace the Polar Vortex and potentially shake the weather patterns in the coming weeks.” Europe Weather News

What’s causing the Sudden Stratospheric Warming? Ionosphere heater. Germany’s ionosphere heater called EISCAT.

The above image is a downloaded image of a multi strip spectrogram. The signals were recorded by the SOS ENATTOS – E.G.O. ELF Monitoring station. It’s live data from SOS ENATTOS mine (NU), Italy. The 50Hz transmissions are being produced by Germany’s EISCAT ionosphere heater. Germany’s EISCAT is transmitting to cause climate change. It is warming up the stratosphere to cause the predicted upcoming “Sudden Stratospheric Warming” event. Germany is helping Pope Francis and the UN defraud the World of $billions.

“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill” Club of Rome


Ionosphere heaters are high-power, high-frequency (HF) transmitters. They transmit/beam microwave energy to heat regions of the ionosphere. They are the root cause of climate change. They are being used to push the Polar Vortex south to cause the extremely cold temperatures in southern Canada and into the US.

Germany has a new ionosphere heater. It’s called EISCAT 3D – image above. It was developed to cause climate change. It is being funded by Germany and it’s Fourth Reich EU.

The new radar facility will enable the EISCAT_3D science community to address new, significant science questions as well as to serve society, which is increasingly dependent on space-based technology and issues related to space weather. The location of the radar within the auroral oval and at the edge of the stratospheric polar vortex is also ideal for studies of the long-term variability in the atmosphere and global change.”

Beam focusing of the radar itself could be used to cause ionisation and even breakdown in the stratosphere, mesosphere, and lower ionosphere. Such experiments have the potential to give information on a range of atmospheric properties and constituents that are not accessible by natural excitations.” The science case for the EISCAT_3D radar

Germany’s EISCAT transmits a pulse repetition frequency (PRF) of 50 Hz. 50 Hz is used to cause climate change at distances up to 3000 km.

“In particular, the transmitted signal is set to a central frequency of 412.23 MHz, with the CW tone generated with an offset frequency of −2.145 MHz from the central one. Regarding the chirp, it is a down-chirp in the range between 410.43 MHz and 414.03 MHz, with a pulse repetition interval (PRI) of 20 ms and a pulse repetition frequency (PRF) of 50 Hz. This guarantees a slant-range measurement of objects at distances up to 3000 km.” MDPI