Hi! I'm new to the forum! I've been following Blue Beam for a while and just want to clarify a few points.
Projects Blue Beam itself is not HAARP, HAARP is just the tool use to pull off said operation. Secondly, HAARP is involved in no way with the Star
Wars Project, it is simply incapable of generating enough power for any practical beam-type anomaly it could produce to penetrate deep enough into
space for it to be of any practical defensive use.
Thirdly, HAARP was not originally supposed to be part of Blue Beam, it was only as the honcho's of the NWO discovered that, as a curious side effect,
scientists could create and manipulate their own Aurora Borealis during testing periods and, I suspect, put their heads together as to how this could
generate a holographic image.
Using HAARP to generate a holographic image is, actually, relatively simple and is a process in use at Disneyland (although the system to create the
process is not as advanced). All that is needed is a single computer to decode and image, or a sequence of images (a film) into electrodes with a
certain value. A time index and a colour is then applied to each value and another computer reassembles these mathematical values as images (though
still in the electron state) and then passes that to an emitter) HAARP. Ordinarily this would not do anything, but with HAARP's uniqe properties and
its massive power generators, it could, entirely within the bounds of possibility, project a film onto the ionosphere of the earth.
The problems being this, however. 1) It could only create 1 image, the power requirements to projects a number of sequences over a number of
locations would be greater than three nuclear powerplants combined. 2) The sequence would have a limited range. This is due to air friction against
electrical energy, the energy's lifespan (measured in milliseconds) and the time in which the charge would take to dissipate to such a low level that
the original values would be meaningless.
I suspect that it would be extremely difficult to project an image outside of Alaska and its surrounding states.
But, all that said. There is no reason why HAARP couldn't be hooked up to a Nuclear Powerplant or three, or why power from said plants could be
redirected to the HAARP facility.
The creation of a holographic image is relatively simple. Holographic Imaging is becoming increasingly better (See the skydome scene in K-PAX: none of
that was digital sequencing
) - Also, Disneyland has been using a form of holographic projection for some of its attraction for years, and this
company is currently pioneering new breakthroughs in Holographic Imaging:
I hope this helps people.
[EDIT]: I might add that it is easier for HAARP to create a hurricane than it is for it to do the job it was designed for. It requires no special
skills to do this, just a sheer burst of electromagnetic energy at a spot of the ionosphere near to where you wish your hurricane to form, if the
energy output is high enough, it excites the ionosphere to the point where warm and cold fronts would be created in the surrounding area and, with
enough goading, create a tropical storm/hurricane...
It can also be used to create earthquakes.
It can also be used as an extremely EXTREMELY large antenna for transmitting VLF (very low frequency) signals. In fact with its current power
usage, it could transmit a VLF signal as far as the moon (since the transmission of such a signal to a local location would be negligible).
[FURTHER EDIT]: HAARP's Activities would also be viewable on the National Mosaic (The Nation Weather Doppler Radar, it would appear momentarily
(literally a second since 1 hour is captures as 1 frame (at 1fps) on the Radar) as a large blue sphere that would appear then vanish.
[edit on 28-9-2008 by James Random]
[edit on 28-9-2008 by James Random]