Path of Energy
The path of energy is a complex system of electrical and chemical streams in the ionosphere and atmosphere that result in the global temperature increase. It begins with the tens of thousands of megawatts of broadcast radio, TV, utility and radar station in use on the surface of the earth. And more specifically the broadcast transmitter at an AM radio station where it irradiates the ionosphere with electromagnetic energy in the range of the gyrofrequency at 1.45 MHz and transfers it’s energy through the magnetic field lines in the ionospheric plasma in the form of ion cyclotron waves along the field lines toward the polar regions. Once the cyclotron waves reach the polar cusp region, where the magnetic field lines from the magnetosphere cross the ionosphere, it causes two populations of charged particles to flow out. One of them is a runaway population of electrons and ions from the ionosphere caused by the effects of the powerful cyclotron waves. The RF frequency induced turbulence flow up the magnetic field lines toward the sun as cyclotron maser waves that boil the photosphere and heat oxygen gas in the convective zone of the sun causing sunspots that in turn throws energy back at the planet in the form of solar proton events that deplete ozone. The other is the population of electrons from the ionosphere and the magnetosphere that precipitate down into the lower atmosphere. Here it disrupts the electronegativity and hydrodynamic equilibrium that the ozone layer rely on for production as well as hit nitrogen atoms that break into nitrogen ions that react with the surrounding oxygen and form Nitrogen oxide NO2. This rips apart thousands of ozone molecules just like CFC’s. The ozone regulates the amount of solar radiation that heats the polar ice caps and oceans causing evaporation. Water vapor forms clouds that reflect and absorb the suns heat, and provides the most abundant source of heat in the greenhouse effect.