If you fly sparge you should get the pH down. If it is don't you will get astringency. Some beweries adjust all ofthe water to 5.5 pH.
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Before this, there was an antenna array in the UP of MI that was called ELF. That was an acronym for something like Extra Low Frewquency. Not as low of a frequency and not as much power as HAARP, so it had limitations in communications with subs.There is a LOT of money getting poured into thisSubmarine and subterranean ULF communications.
antenna array and the power required to fire it up...just sayin....and then I gotta ask WHY?
If you like this kind of stuff you should check out:
Coast To Coast AM with George Noory
I've been listening to his show for years. I don't believe any of it, but it is very entertaining sometimes. They've been talking about HAARP for years.
I don't know how much power they need to run the coolant pumps, but hopefully they're flying in every generator they can find . . .
Homebrewing at the World Expo of Beer certainly took a leap in entries this year. Nearly 900 a year after having just over 450. Crazy growth in brewing, home and commercial, in Michigan.