posted on May, 19 2014 @ 09:04 PM
originally posted by: intrptr
If anyone wonders how submerged submarines get their war orders to shoot off their load of missiles… thats Haarp.
I had never heard this in connection with this array, but I suppose it does make sense. There are multiple ways to communicate with a submarine, but a
VLF signal, if powerful enough, can penetrate over 50 feet under the ocean. It would take a large array to accomplish this. But, it would be purely a
one way signal. If the submarine wanted to broadcast it would have to surface, or perhaps send up a buoy or something, although even a buoy can be
detected electronically by the enemy.
A VLF signal cannot carry audio however, as the bandwidth is so narrow. But an ELF signal would be the best to use, as the penetration depth would be
much greater. But, if I am not mistaken, HAARP does not use these types of signals, nor do they use VLF signals either. They use much higher
frequencies. In fact, the equipment and setup for an ELF array is much more complicated, and would probably be much larger, than a traditional
So I am not convinced that HAARP actually has the capacity to broadcast signals to a submarine. If they are truly exciting the ionosphere, they would
use much higher frequency signals, signals that would not penetrate the ocean, even at relatively shallow depths. Now if the submarine was on the
surface, HAARP could theoretically communicate with them, if they were set up to do that, but if the sub is going to surface, there are probably
better ways and other facilities to send signals. Plus, I am pretty sure the US Navy has an ELF array that would be better suited, as it is designed
for such things. Although messages transmitted with such a low frequency would tend to be really slow.