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The Interesting Future Perspective of Nikola Tesla (how his vision has applied to this modern time period?). Most Segment Clips are from Year 2000. The purpose for what is spoken and what is done. Over the years, countless experiments at HAARP have been done. Professor Papadopoulos featured in this segment. It is quite interesting the lectures, studies, and experiments that Physics Professor Dennis Papadopoulos has been involved in and is involved in. Like the following: 1. Effect of the Anomalous Electron Heating on the Ionospheric Potential in the LFM Global MHD Model, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 16, 2004. 2. Diagnostics for ELF/VLF Generation, the Tenth Annual RF Generation Ionosphere Interactions Workshop, Santa Fe, NM, April 18-21, 2004. 3. On the Physics of Artificially Stimulated Emissions (ASE), URSI Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, January 7, 2004. 4. Theory of Stimulated VLF Emissions a Review, Workshop on Stimulated Precitation of Energetic Particles, Stanford, January 28-30, 2003. 5. HAARP A New Revolutionary Facility for Remote Sensing and Space Weather Applications, NATO Advanced Research Workshop Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure (ESPRIT), Rhodes, Greece March 25-29, 2003.
and In his personal research he has Predicted the existence of spontaneous magnetic fields in laser produced plasmas. Introduced strong turbulence theory in beam plasma interactions, which resolved the long puzzle of type III solar radio burst propagation and emission. Invented in 1974 the concept of generation of ELF/VLF waves by using the nonlinear interaction of HF heaters with the ionospheric [owns patent of the effect]. Developed models of anomalous transport and anomalous resistivity in the ionospheric. Introduced major computer simulations in the space community which led to the resolution of the physics of collisionless high Mach number shocks. Developed modern theories of Alfven's critical ionization velocity phenomena. Developed modern theories of Alfven's critical ionization velocity phenomena. Developed new switching concepts using magnetized semi-conductors. (see http://www.astro.umd.edu/~kp/Papadopo...