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Pike County Sheriff, Fire and EMS, KSP Post 9

General Mobile Radio (GMRS) License - WQVI216 - East Kentucky Linked Repeater System, Pike County ARES Net, District 9 is in Kentucky ARES Region 4 which also includes Districts 8 and 10, All Regional Airports Including Overhead Aircraft.
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Kentucky laws regarding the use of a Scanner Radio:

Mobile Scanner and Radar Detector laws for the U.S.:

This feed is not provided by any of the agencies listed herein.  A person using the audio in this feed to further the commission of a crime can be prosecuted in accordance with Kentucky law, see link above. 

The public should never respond to the scene of a call or interfere with law enforcement or first responder personnel.

"I would like to thank all law enforcement, fire personnel, and EMS personnel for their bravery, dedication, and service to our community.  You are greatly appreciated!"

Hi and welcome to the Pike County, Kentucky live radio feed. This feed is brought to you by Robert T. Stanley, Known as the Scanner Master - General Mobile Radio (GMRS) License - WQVI216 -  This public safety scanner feed was created for the purpose of informing the public in extreme emergency situations. Like the Raccoon flood of July 2010 in Pike County and the Johnson County Kentucky flood of July 2015. Pike County Kentucky Amateur Radio Ares Net. And the Eastern Kentucky Amature SkyWarn Radio Network. All the repeaters in the Eastern Kentucky Region have been linked together in case of an emergency. Trained and Certified Advanced Storm Spotter Training linked to the Storm Spotter Network, Also Reporting to the National Weather Office in Jackson Kentucky.          

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As mentioned in the above description I have made this feed in hopes it will help save lives. Over the past few years and have become friends with this one man that has profoundly educated and helped make Humanity aware of Weather Modification Programs. Well, that Man's name is Jim Lee, He has proposed a way to help save lives and hold the ones responsible for altering the weather. Jim has created a website and a mapping tool called ClimateViewer 3D. He also has a vision for people to volunteer and create a network of sensors to detect geoengineering as they happen. To many Innocent people have already died Globally because of greedy people and corporations. I hope what Jim and his closest friends have done plus what I have set up will encourage others to do the same.


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Words and Information by Jim Lee.

"To End Atmospheric Experimentation Without Notification"

"Desiring to prohibit effectively military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques in order to eliminate the dangers to mankind from such use, and recognizing the Environmental Modification Convention of 1976, it shall be law that any individual or organization shall give prior notice of intent to modify weather or climate in order to determine if such actions are hostile or result in monetary, environmental, or physical losses.

Further, this Act shall require the creation of a weather modification detection system consisting of sensors capable of determining the difference between inadvertent and intentional weather modification.


  1. Create an International Registry of Atmospheric Experimentation (IREA) events:
    1. Registry must be publicly available on a website as well has available in hard-copy.
    2. Registry should include: Intention (snowpack augmentation, rainfall enhancement, hail mitigation, etc), funding source(s), operator, area of effect, hours of operation, and duration of event.
  2. Require nations/states/persons to notify the IREA (at least) 48 hours prior to initiation of Atmospheric Experimentation to ensure public notice, and liability should said experimentation/modification cause monetary, environmental, or physical losses.
  3. Verify the composition of our atmosphere (chemical, aerosol, gases, and electromagnetic activity) by creating both citizen-powered and government-sponsored sensor networks with data publicly available and displayed in real-time
    1. Create an atmospheric sensor network for verification of the IREA by unifying worldwide weather data for easy transmission, dissemination, and processing.
    2. Provide support for the creation of a citizen-powered sensor network to augment and/or validate the sensor network mandated by this Act.


Atmospheric Experimentation: Any act with the purpose of studying or modifying weather or climate, however small, using the following techniques:

  1. Release of chemicals
    1. Cloud Seeding
    2. Sounding Rockets
    3. Tracer Experiments
  2. Modification of pollution sources
    1. Alteration of Effluent Stacks
    2. Jet Fuel Doping (Contrail-Induced Cirrus)
    3. Use of Bunker Fuel (Ship Tracks)
    4. Any other technique that results directly in cloud creation or control.
  3. Electromagnetic or Sonic Energy
    1. Ionospheric Heaters
    2. Lasers
    3. Cloud Ionizers
    4. Resonance Technology
    5. Any other technique that modifies
      1. atmospheric rivers
      2. jet streams
      3. pressure zones
      4. ionosphere
  4. Any other technique that intentionally alters temperature, rainfall, cloud cover, or any other measurable change in climate or weather."

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Ten Technologies to Own the Weather Today!     Video and Information by Jim Lee.
ClimateViewer 3D
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Words by Jim Lee.
"ClimateViewer 3D is an open-source geophysical monitoring map with live imagery on a gorgeous 3D globe. CV3D features an encyclopedic list of exclusive maps resulting in thousands of hours of personal educational bliss not found anywhere else on the internet, let alone in one place.

ClimateViewer 3D is an amazing source of unique maps covering climate change, pollution, privacy, exploration, migration, geosciences, architecture, green energy solutions, sunken ships, airplane crash sites, weather modification and more. Create a custom mix of map layers and share it with your friends (Click the  icon). ClimateViewer 3D is a fun way to learn about your world by combining layers and connecting the dots!

ClimateViewer 3D's live updates on severe weather, earthquakes, fires, and other life-threatening events will give you peace of mind in one all-inclusive app. With cutting-edge technology, real-time geophysical monitoring, and a visual tour of our planetary problems, ClimateViewer 3D is your source for up-to-the-second situational awareness on a stunning 3D globe."

Weather Modification History (WMH)

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Words by Jim Lee.

"Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it."

"Welcome to Weather Modification History (WMH), the world’s most comprehensive weather control archive with hundreds of verified historical facts, images, and videos. WMH’s compelling evidence is easy to browse, exceedingly accurate, and encyclopedic in scope. This website was crafted by dedicated individuals to help you discern fact from fiction with meticulously organized research that offers the activist community a credible compendium.

Weather Modification History was created to inform the public of the extensive history of weather modification experiments. Our goal is to increase public awareness and debate about the moral and legal implications of today's multi-billion dollar weather control industry and the coming global governance of sunlight-blocking geoengineering schemes. This website will empower you to take action and raise awareness of the little known but lengthy history of weather modification and the men who dare attempt it."

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NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards (NWR)  (SAME) location codes for Kentucky:

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Kentucky Mesonet Observations The Kentucky Mesonet is a network of automated weather and climate monitoring stations being developed by the Kentucky Climate Center at Western Kentucky University to serve diverse needs in communities across the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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KY ARRL Section Manager Blog · Local Information Index · Links of Interest to KY Amateurs · Kentucky Amateur Radio News. KYHAM User Forums. KYHAM Email List. Emergency Communications. KY ARRL Section News. Local Area Contact Info. Links for. KY Amateurs. KY Amateur Radio News. KYHAM Staff and History.

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(Earth. Nullschool Wind Map) See current wind, weather, ocean, and pollution conditions, as forecast by supercomputers, on an interactive animated map.


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The Kentucky Morning and Evening Phone nets. Morning Net. Frequency = 3810kc Time = 8:30am Eastern Time. Monday KN4IV Larry. Tuesday WD4JDI Donnie. Wednesday N8POG Rick. Thursday N4IYX Edgar. Friday WA4SKU Mike. Saturday K4FRC Frank. Sunday K4FRC Frank. Evening Net. Frequency = 3816kc Time ...

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KY ARRL Section Manager Blog · Local Information Index · Links of Interest to KY Amateurs · Kentucky Amateur Radio News. KYHAM User Forums. KYHAM Email List. Emergency Communications. KY ARRL Section News. Local Area Contact Info. Links for. KY Amateurs. KY Amateur Radio News. KYHAM Staff and History.


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Flexible Easy System/Channel Selection using either Zip Code or GPS and/or Service Types - just pick the kinds of channels you want to hear and tell it where you are and let it do the rest.
Range Control - Lets you set how far out from your current location the scanner will search for Channels in Favorites Lists and/or the Data Base (HPDB).
Location precision for Favorites, Systems, Departments, Sites, and/or Conventional Channels that allows you to define a location and range using Circles or Rectangles via Latitude and Longitude entry.
Serial (DB-9) GPS input for Location Based Scanning, optional Uniden GC-GPSK or Compatible GPS Receivers, "GPS" promptly displayed when connected.
Complete Front Keypad Programming ability - create custom Favorites Lists either using systems from the HPDB as a starting point by Adding Channel or program your Favorites from scratch.
Included Uniden Sentinel software makes database and firmware updates simple. Also allows you to create, edit, and manage your Favorites Lists, Systems, Departs Sites and Channels from a PC.
USB PC Connectivity. USB Mini B Port on the Front panel
Wi-Fi Dongle via rear USB port
Siren App
iOS for iPad/iPhone, audio/control over local Wi-Fi.
Android for Google Play enabled devices audio/control over local Wi-Fi.
Third Party Apps for control over Wi-Fi Proscan, ARC536, Scanner Monitor or Uniden MKii
Discovery Modes help you find new channels on trunked systems and frequency ranges.
Analysis Modes include RF Power Plot, Trunked System Analysis, and EDACS/LTR LCN Finder.
Flexible Scanning - scan from any combination of the HPDB and/or Favorites Lists.
Instant Replay - Plays back up to 240 seconds of the most recent unsquelched transmissions without the added quite time between those transmissions.
Recording of Audio- Captures & Stores individual transmissions until squelch closes for later playback with time stamping and some metadata via Scanner or PC.
4GB microSD card holds the entire USA and Canada database of radio systems, plus leaves room for hundreds of hours of audio recording.
TrunkTracker V with support for APCO Project 25 Phase I & II, X2-TDMA, Motorola I and II, EDACS, and LTR Trunked Radio Systems and EDACS ProVoice EXCLUSIVELY and DMR.
Multi-Site Trunking - Lets you program the scanner to share a Trunked System's TGIDs across multiple Sites without having to duplicate TGIDs.
P25 One-Frequency Trunking - scanner can follow individual talkgroups on P25 single-frequency systems that use both NAC and TGID’s for squelch control and user identification.
Individual System's P25 Threshold Settings: Auto, Manual, Default
Quick key (QK) capable
100 Favorites Lists QKs
Per Favorite List
100 Systems QKs
Per Systems
100 Departments QKs
Start-Up Key Configurable
Channel Alert
Visual Channel Alert LED ring, Left-knob, w/ 7 colors and 3 patterns.
Audible Independent Alert Tone Volume – lets you set the volume level of the following tones: Key Beep, Emergency Alerts, Channel Alerts, Tone-Out hits, and Close Call Alert..
Encryption Muting - APCO P25 encrypted voice is muted automatically.
System/Channel Number Tagging - Number tags allow you to quickly navigate to a specific Favorites List, System, or Channel.
Easy Scan Control using the dedicated System, Department and/or Channel Hold buttons.
Easy navigation to Favorite List under a Navigable List in Menu OnOff
Easy navigation to System List under a Navigable List under Favorite List OnOff
Easy Service Menu i.e. Fire Dispatch, Police Tac, Railroad, Interop etc.
Custom Search - lets you program up to 10 search ranges.
3 Quick-Access Search Keys
Search with Scan for Custom Searches.
Quick Search - Allows you to start searching at the displayed frequency, or enter a frequency and start searching.
AVOID via Front Keypad or Menu
Temporary Avoid lets you quickly silence unwanted Systems, Ddepartments, Channels, or search frequencies while allowing you to restore Avoids by cycling power.
Permanent Avoid lets you lockout anything unwanted by a quick double press
Ability to Clear All Avoids quickly and easily in a few MENU presses
Channel delay of 0-2, 5, 10, or 30 seconds.
Negative Channel delay or "forced resume": adjustable to -2, -5, -10 seconds.
64 character text tagging for each System, Site, Department, Channel, Talkgroup, Search range, Tone-Out, and SAME group.
Unit ID display capable
Date/Time indication on display.
Conventional Channel and Trunked: Priority or Priority Do-Not-Disturb.
Adjustable Priority check interval and quantity.
Uniden Close Call, with Close Call Do Not Disturb, Close Call Priority (or Primary), and Close Call Temporary Store.
Weather, NOAA Weather Alert with SAME, Weather Priority.
Received Signal Strength indicator displayed.
Analog and Digital AGC
Fire Tone Out alert with two-tone paging with up to 32 tone slots. Also see the Fire Tone Out article.
Fire Tone Out Search - built-in frequency counter displays the received tones.
Individual Channel Volume Offset.
Broadcast signal ignore - while searching (TV and pagers, etc) with 10 Custom Bands.
Repeater Reverse
Intermediate Frequency Exchange - changes the IF used for a selected frequency to help avoid image and other mixer-produced interference on a given frequency.
64h x 288w -Pixel Dot-Matrix Display.
Backlit Display and Keypad.
Backlight-on-Squelch - allows the back light to remain on during an entire transmission.
Reversible Display - Lets you reverse the display to mount unit upside down (w the speaker on the top).
Adjustable Band Defaults of Modulation and Steps
DIN-E and ISO Vehicle Mountable - Using the optional DIN-E sleeve or a standard ISO technique, the scanner can be easily mounted in most vehicles with removal of outer Desktop Sleeve prior to DIN-E use.
Antenna Connector: BNC.

RR System Compatibility
System Types
Analog Conventional Frequencies
Motorola Type I
Motorola Type II
Motorola Type IIi Hybrid
Motorola Type II Smartnet
Motorola Type II SmartZone
Motorola Type II SmartZone OmniLink
EDACS Standard (Wide)
EDACS Standard Networked
EDACS Narrowband (Narrow)
EDACS Narrowband Networked
EDACS ProVoice 1
LTR Standard
APCO Project 25 Standard
Phase I FDMA
Motorola X2-TDMA
NXDN types: 3
NXDN 4800
NXDN 9600
NXDN Single Channel Trunk

System Voices
EDACS ProVoice 1
APCO-25 Common Air Interface Common Air Interface
Phase I FDMA
Note: These are all paid upgrades via Firmware version refers to the first version that enables the indicated mode. Firmware updates are performed via MicroSD card or through USB port

Firmware 1.10.02 (or better)
Firmware 1.11.15 (or better)
Firmware 1.14.00 (or better)
The NXDN upgrade is discussed in the NXDN Now Available for the 436, 536 Thread

Frequency Coverage
25-512 MHz
758-824 MHz
849-869 MHz
894-960 MHz
1240-1300 MHz

Modulation & Steps
5, 6.25, 7.5, 8.33, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 50, or 100 kHz


Dell Studio 1555

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Primary Feed Computer: Dell Studio 1555

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Screen Size 15.6 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Max Screen Resolution 1336 x 768 pixels
Processor 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Hard Drive 320 GB
Graphics Coprocessor Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
Chipset Brand ATI
Card Description dedicated
Graphics Card Ram Size 512 MB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 3
Other Technical Details
Brand Name Dell
Series Studio
Item model number s1555-4344CBK
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 10 Enterprise;
Item Weight 8.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 4.9 x 13.6 x 19.1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 4.88 x 13.56 x 19.06 inches
Color Black Chainlink
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Count 1
Computer Memory Type DDR2 SDRAM
Optical Drive Type DVD±R/RW

 The audio system for this computer is an Aiwa CX-NHMT75 5.1 Dolby Surround PRO LOGIC.

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