Your Name In Northern Lights
New Marketing Medium Announced
Company Slogans in the Skies Before the End of the Year
SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA 4/1/13 – Scientists have announced a new method of using the Northern Lights as a display for advertising. This latest development on the marketing front has large companies scrambling to be the first to sign up with a new service being offered by Target Marketing of Santa Barbara.
“It’s essentially a breakthrough in ionospheric and magnetospheric physics,” says Jim Sterne of Target Marketing. “Years ago, original studies had been focused on the use of low frequency signals to communicate with space probes across vast distances, and now the Internet gives us a large enough platform to control the Northern Lights.”
Computer models generated back in the early 1980s indicated that a blanket of loosely woven copper wire spread over a huge area could generate controlled pulses. The intent was communication with spacecraft that had left the solar system. Low-frequency communication has long been used to communicate with submarines far out at sea. It was deemed impractical at the time, however, to construct such a system due to its enormous cost. Today the Internet backbone provides the platform, and the characteristics of modern routers and switches provide the controls.