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originally posted by: Biigs
That was a good watch thanks for posting.
Much of it i had heard before (i have done my own HAARP investigating and reading) but that documentary linked up a few different aspects of other weather control and additional HAARP information quite nicely.
originally posted by: wonderworld
Our government decided to play God, using weather manipulation but it back-fired causing a hole in our ionosphere. This causes an electromagnetic problem that we know can do serious damage to all living things. This is something that cant simply be repaired saying "oops'!
Not to get off topic but those who have an ear let them hear, for look for a change in the weather patterns, and the frequency of these events like birth pains and you will know the time is near.
Maybe they can control weather. Why else would they make treaties ? - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: smurfy
DARPA had $8.8M set aside for experiments next year, plus the $5M a year to run the facility. That doesn't include the cost to maintain the nuclear reactor on site. That's $13M right there alone. That money can be put to better use, such as the flight budget for someone. It's not much in the grand scheme of things, but $13M here, $15M there, it adds up after awhile.
originally posted by: Wrabbit2000
a reply to: Zaphod58
I still can't get past the statements made regarding their having other directions to shift Ionospheric research. I doubt the US is using the Russian version and Norway? Hmm... Cooperative I'd imagine, but I think there are lines where this kind of cutting edge is involved.
originally posted by: luxordelphi
a reply to: Wrabbit2000
Classified experiments that put the people of this nation at risk and then refuse to compensate them for damages because of deniability: there's something wrong with that picture, imo.
I'm not a fan of metabunk - have found them to be grossly misinformed on topics that I actually know something about.
Even Eastlund, father of HAARP, gets trashed in this forum. Because we don't have degrees in multiple disciplines.
Well, since Walker says the purpose of HAARP was to control the Ionosphere, and the work is complete, they must now know how to achieve that.
HAARP cost more than $290 million to build, much of it earmarked by late Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), who had great influence over the U.S. defense budget during his time in Congress. The site was host to numerous projects over the years, including the creation of the first man-made aurora in 2005. The site's generators now require remediation to meet the environmental standards set in the Clean Air Act, an expense no one seems keen to take on.