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HAARP: Weapons of Total Destruction?

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posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 08:20 PM

Albert Einstein's theories of relativity and the development of atomic energy are seen as the pinnacles of Twentieth Century technology. But Bernard Eastlund's discoveries, when they are eventually disclosed, will render many of Einstein's innovations obsolete.


Who is this Bernard Eastlund?

HAARP is a military project based on Eastlund's discoveries. It is a technically difficult program to discuss with non-scientists and, as such, it has eluded the spotlight of the popular press. In addition, HAARP has been maintained partially as a clandestine project, operated by the US Navy. The information that is made available to the public is carefully worded to make HAARP appear as a bland, harmless, unclassified, atmospheric research facility.

Quite a facility:

Eastlund's first patent (US #4,686,605) was for a "method and apparatus for altering a region in the Earth's atmosphere, ionosphere, and or magnetosphere." His second patent described the reflection of a second signal, using the ionospheric bulge, to distant locations on the Earth's surface. Eastlund had been working with the Atlantic Richfield Company, holders of a massive reserve of natural gas under Alaska's north slope. ARCO bought Eastlund's first two patents with the understanding that this new technology would make it possible for their natural gas reserves, too expensive to be piped from Alaska, to be converted to electrical energy on the north slope, and then bounced off the heated ionosphere to customers in remote locations around the globe. Also, because Eastlund's "heaters" could elevate the Earth's ionosphere, his discovery provided the ability to control weather! Jet streams could be altered, tornadoes could be zapped and rain could be made-- anywhere and anytime-- right here and right now! But the military had other plans.


Imagine that....the ability to control the weather. A much heated area of discussion. Bouncing energy off of the that sounds SciFi but, possible. Talk about a weapon of mass detruction - bouncing energy off the ionosphere at a target!

[edit on 26-2-2006 by Excitable_Boy]

posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 08:41 PM
And the repricussions of using such weapons is unknown, only speculation can be made. Bouncing enough energy to wipe out a target would take a toll on the atmopshere (ionosphere in this case) and if used impoperly could cause total havok and even mass extinction. Developing a weapon thats hard to detect like that, energy wise, and then a nation finds evidence it was used on them could spark nucklear war in an instant because no one would want to take the chance of being the next one to get hit. The good news would be the weapons systems themselves would be targeted before the major cities in the US so you have about 10 seconds to run for cover and pray or put your head between your legs and kiss your butt goodbye.

posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 08:53 AM
I do think HARRP defiantly some sort of weapon and more, for why is it that only Allied country's like Europe, USA, and even Australia have HARRPS, but Russia, China, and Middle East don't have any HARRPS??? its definitely an Allied Technology for sure.

1) maybe it can attack country's with no need of launching nukes.
2) maybe it can do something to ionosphere to make enemy ICBM explode before entry to space or on re-entry.
3) its just a communications device.
4)its a weather control weapon of mass proportions.

posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 10:58 AM
If heating the ionosphere can control tropospheric weather systems, why doesn't solar activity have a quantifiable effect on the weather?

Over long time it may have an impact on global temperatures, but all heating the ionosphere would do from a meteorlogical perspective is, if kept up for several decades, lead (possibly) to a small increase in global tempertaure.

You can use HARRP to control the weather in the same way that throwing an ant at a oil tanker will affect the tanker's course.....

I do wish folk who come up with all this HAARP nonsense (by which I mean the original source, not E_B
) would try at least to learn some very basic meteorology before spouting off their nonsense and leading others astray.... Zapping tornadoes indeed

posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 11:15 AM
Currently HAARP is not big enough to be of any significant tool for manipulating weather patters, if it were to significantly increase in size then you have something to go on. But IMO HAARP since it’s a phased array antenna field could be useful as a direct energy weapon for destroying incoming enemy missiles, by either heating up the atmosphere around the missile or heating up the missile itself.

[edit on 27-2-2006 by WestPoint23]

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