posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 08:32 AM
reply to post by SoLaR513
Yes. In this thread
I posted a link to one of the FOIA documents recently acquired by
) which can be read here
The documents include the following comment:
The sun controls and shapes the three major regions of geospace-the magnetosphere the ionosphere and the atmosphere. These regions, rather than
being isolated, interact with one another and form a chain that connects the earth to the sun through the atmosphere and the solar terrestrial
environment. Disturbances originating at the sun spread through this chain via the solar wind solar radiation. They ultimately influence our weather
our climate and even our communications....
Which you interpreted as possibly meaning that by changing the ionosphere we might change the weather.
I mentioned that some people do believe that increased solar actibity may
cause increased storminess (though I possibly omitted to say that
there is no actual evidence that this is the case).
I do agree that long term changes in solar activity undoubtably affect our weather and climate - as demonstrated by the
However, I am unable to find any paper even suggesting that localised short term changes in the ionosphere can cause predicable, short term changes
within the troposphere. I am unaware of any meteorological process by which this might be achieved using HAARP. And I note that no-one has yet even
attempted to demonstrate that unusual weather in a specific part of the world coincides in a predictable manner with use of the HAARP facility.
Thus, even if the people using HAARP
claimed that were using it to control the weather, there is
still no evidence that this is happening, nor are we able to show how or why it is happening. Of course, those using HAARP don't make any such
The upshot is: many people with little or no meteorological knowledge claim HAARP can control the weather. No-one is able to explain how or why it is
able to control the weather, nor demonstrate in any way that it does control the weather.
Edit: as for unusual weather occurring ion recent years. Unusual weather was also occurring 20 years. And 200 years ago. It may get reported on
the news more when it happens somewhere than it might have done in the past, but extreme and unusual weather is, in fact, not unusual at all.
[edit on 6-2-2008 by Essan]