posted on Apr, 23 2008 @ 02:59 AM
Part of haarp is about earth penetration, land, sea, ice.
A variety of purposes.
Causing specific effects is about finding appropriate frequency (-ies) and exploiting, just what frequency, playing of frequencies, brings about the
resonance, vibration response, effect desired.
Utililization of both reflective and refractive particles in some chemtrail buildups is in effect for lensing.
Injection of particles higher still, higher than the lower layer closer to earth, means, in effect, two layers, with space in between.
Waves bounced along other layers that have been laid, to reach desired build up position between two layers. Both are reflective but one is less so.
The charge is built up between these two layers. It exits, and can be focused, through the layer (this layer itself tweaked through splitting of
equipment resource at one array or use of supplementary array-ies for purpose) that is less reflective. This can be used for earth penetrating effect
or projection into space, depending upon which layer is the least reflective.
Someone mentioned haarp shooting down Columbia.
This is not true.
We know what happened.
Foam came from the bipod area of the external tank.
At velocity, damage to shuttle tile structure.
Burn-up on re-entry.
The bipod areas have been completely reworked.
The operational procedures in building the external tank have been revamped, and are levels more involved. It has been said that there are now Ten
Layers Of Overkill in building the tank.
The original design of the shuttle was never meant to be in the physical proximity to the SRBs or the liquid fuel external tank that you now see it,
have seen it.
Originally it was considerably smaller, and the choices of launch considered were:
a. riding on top of rocket.
b. riding underneath large high altitude plane for a modern take on the x-15 launches.
It was the Military (Air Force in lead) that mandated a larger payload, the large bay.
This meant a. and b. above had to be scrapped.
And a much more dangerous design settled on.
Having the shuttle Right Next to the Solid Rocket Boosters means that if anything goes wrong with those boosters, it is not riding it out on top, away
from them underneath. The shuttle is right next to them.
The faulty O ring on one killed the Challenger crew.
It also means that if anything goes wrong with some of the liquid fuel (LH, LO) external tank structures, the shuttle is not riding it out on top. It
is strapped in on the side, with the tank extending upward over the shuttle. The foam coming from the bipod area damaged the ship and killed the
Columbia crew on re-entry.
As stated, MUCH more stringent check and balance measures are in effect post-Columbia in building the tank. Cameras are in place that were not there
previously. The Shuttle crews are now trained for tile repair, and make spacewalks to specifically check for damages post-Columbia.
Space flight is a dangerous business. Everytime a shuttle fight goes up, fingers are crossed and breath held by many. Ditto for re-entry.
Everybody in the field knows, that no matter how you plan, and how careful everyone tries to be, a catastrophe is always a very real possibility.
Especially with the compromise design that was not original intention.
An aside... The U.S. does not have wiz-bang space/saucer technology, as in the reverse-engineered from crashed et/ed ships that so many speculate on.
Wishes it did. It would be much less trouble and bother than the nuts and bolts and dangers of its current program. The next one, the
Orion/Constellation, is a step back in some ways. The capsule is only 16 feet in diameter.
The U.S. DOES have lighter than air platforms, particle drive (as in no jet noise), that can stay aloft for extended time periods. Yes, they are
black. Yes, they are triangular. They are equipped to monitor a very wide swath of the electromagnetic spectrum. Including your very own personal
[edit on 23-4-2008 by WizardOfId]