posted on May, 13 2005 @ 07:05 AM
In tandem, with HAARP (high frequency active auroral research project) the government, APTI and many geophysicists from around the world have proposed
scanning the surface of the earth with satelites, reflecting waves back down toward earth, and penetrating the crust and lithosphere to reveal what is
It uses similar principles to sonar, seismic, and other geophysical methods to generate a picture of what the earth looks like under the crust.
If this technology is perfected it will be possible to see whatever lies underneath the earth's curst, including, bunkers, underground missle silos,
oil reserves, volcanic hot spots, magmatic movements, mineral deposits/reserves, soil stability. It could also potentially genertate satelites that
could scan the surfaces of other planets. Giving us a view of the planetary surface, as well as its core composition, density, mass distribution,
chemical composition, natural resources and much much more.
My concern is the consequence of this technology. I understand that the tests performed already in alaska (HAARP) and arecibo (LIDAR) have had a
genuinely negative effect on the environment (source:Angels don't play this HAARP, jeanette manning? or haarp.net) What will applying this much
energy in the form of EMP/EMW do to the earth's magnetic field, and ionosphere? With plans to build an even bigger antenna array than HAARP, could
it be the next apocalypse technology, or can we learn to control this potentially breakthrough technology?
As a materials engineer I may one day be working on a grad project entitled "resonance potential of materials in systems of high energy, high
frequency transmission," Possibly in combination with the Physics, Geophysics, Petroleum, and mining dept. at Colo. School of Mines. Potentially
perfecting this technology.
[edit on 13-5-2005 by Eyeofhorus]