That being said, the best antenna I ever used was the metal drainpipes and gutters on my family's Cape Cod house. I contacted over 100 countries using this odd configuration and just 50 watts... as long as it didn't rain or get covered by snow. The point here is that antennae have a way of combining their contorted radiating surfaces that can sometimes perform better than a straight piece of wire.
|HAARP - Gakona, Alaska|
"What it is is two banks of three arrays for two separate bands, and one bank of two arrays for another. You can't tell the operational frequencies from the spacings. The panels are many wavelengths across, but we dont know how many. It is a multiband array antenna farm with flat array panels. If we knew the operational frequencies I could tell you the gain. Not an Arecibo but still not too shabby would be my guess. Could be an imaging radar for satellite monitoring."
There are cities — huge and so modern that they look like something out of Star Trek — that are all empty and far removed from any other civilization.
There are thousands of square miles of wind generators, weird Area-51 like places that we reported on back in November 2011. [source]
Since our tip off and discovery of the "puzzles" in China's Area 51 and the location of an Ionospheric Heater we thought we would next focus on hundreds of square miles of buried cable that stretch across China's wild and inhospitable Northern territory.
We suspect that a similar process in involved here.
Our best guess is that it somehow collects power from the Earth. But we could be wrong.
The approximate measurements are provided. The repeating pattern seems to be the same contemporary antenna design which was previously reported in the HAARP-like facility.
We have been told that the configuration of 36 pits possibly represent sonic charges (explosives) used to obtain echo sounding of the earth. We have seen these before near oil fields and mining operations.