The ionosphere is a region of the atmosphere that overlaps the others
(troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and exosphere) reaching
from 30 miles (48 kilometers) to 250 miles (402 kilometers).
In this region the air becomes ionized (electrified) from the sun's
ultraviolet rays. This affects the transmission of reflection and radio waves.
There is only one way to project clear radio signals into space and that is
to adjust for the ionized air within our atmosphere. The Ion Pulse Vibrator does
It is located in Puerto Rico and maintained jointly by Canada and The
University of Illinois.
A little known fact: In the old days the kids at U of I used to have a patch
of Doom (a popular first-person computer game) that contained a weapon called
the Ion Pulse Vibrator of Doom. If a player thought he (or she) was losing he
(or she could whip out this weapon and electrically charge the game. An
unfortunate side effect was the computer actually surging itself and zapping its
entire hard drive.
Don't even try to find one now though, because they all have long zapped themselves and
the people who played the game won't admit it because they are so embarrassed. I
am your last link to this information and you better hit print so you hard
copy like in the movies because they don't want the story out now, do
...and you thought this was gonna be a dirty sex write up... tsk tsk tsk