Aviation Week and Space Technology  September 26, 1983

Here are two U.S. weather satellite photos of the anomalous exhausts on Bennett Island we previously referred to.

The exhaust in the left picture is about 150 miles long, and is nearly horizontal (about 1.5 degrees above the horizontal). It is entirely consistent with the continuous exhaust from a "dumping transfer" scalar EM howitzer in the continuous exothermic mode. (The primary howitzer, of course, was activated in the endothermic mode.)

I think any open-minded investigator must admit that that is indeed a very powerful jet-like exhaust, and not like anything one ever sees from a natural volcano or geological gas vent. If anyone knows of such an anomalous volcanic or geological exhaust, I would be most delighted to see a photo or report. To my knowledge, no such natural photo exists, and no such natural exhaust has ever been reported.  

The right picture shows the "puff" of an explosive emergence of the exhaust. In other words, this one is the exhaust from a "dumping transfer" howitzer used in the pulsed exothermic mode. Since it did not have so much energy to dump, it could dump it in a pulse. Again, the primary howitzer, of course, was activated in the endothermic mode.  

Over 100 weather satellite photos of these anomalous exhausts have been taken since 1974.  

One or more U.S. aircraft have even been vectored through the exhausts, and samples of the exhaust taken and analyzed. The exhaust is made up of a little clay and mud and water, and is colder than the surrounding air.

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