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Haarp Responsible for hole in the ozone layer?

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posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 11:46 AM
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The hole in the ozone layer may has been created on purpose to initiate a control over the emisions produced by internal combustion (use of petroleum) on a globale scale.
The HAARP is a project funded by the Pentagone and mainly for the air force and the NAVY. It is of common knowledge that the facility near Gakona,AL is serving a scientific purpose but it is presume to act as a research facility for the count of the air force and the navy to conduct testing on a weather control weapon that can be use around the world by initiating weather catastrophees.
Since the trasmiter is able to charge different layer of the atmosphere with different amount of energy by varying the frequency the transmitter is emitting, charging the ozone layer with this energy can initiate the release of the third oxygen atome in the o3 molecule then creating the hole in the ozone layer and the psychose that followed.
Recent study showed that this hole has healed to a point that it is completly sealed and that there is no more danger. The HF antena array is belived to be able to transport huge amount of electrical energy, high energy current is generating ozone so the same system use to create the hole in the ozone layer can be use the do the repair.


Think of that as an other mass influencing disinformation from governments.



??? Is HAARP capable of ultra low frequencies? if yes then what about the indian tsunamies???

Elgraal

[edit on 6-1-2005 by elgraal]




posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 12:14 PM
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I would reccomend reading Dan Edens story. It is a extremley interesting story indeed.

heres the linkwww.viewzone.com...

He says that the government actually tested it twice. It caused radiation poisoning in the locals and in the animals. Pregnant women were giving birth to deformed babies and so on.

I reccomend reading the entire story and looking at the page with photos and the like. Its over 30 pages i think, but very interesting the entire way through.

Great post



posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 11:04 PM
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It's over 50 pages, actually..

Good read, whether it's entirely valid or not who knows.



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