posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 09:05 AM
Originally posted by GhostR1der
To the people saying HAARP cannot control weather - IT'S IN THE PATENTS!!! Perhaps they will read the horrible capital letters and let it sink in.
Read the patents, patentstorm has them all listed. Note it can 'control communications and other effects'.
There are patents on perputual motion too. What does that prove?
Being familiar with this discussion and the skepitcs point of view on ATS, I can attest that none of the debunkers have ever suggested that HAARP was
not used for or involved with resaerch in the field of military communications. But the communication aspect of HAARP is (or better, was) conceptually
different from other fields of research that it was devoted to.
As far as weather control goes - we can influence local meteorological events, but not weather as such.
The claim about patents though is that anyone who has worked in the field of patent application will tell you that having been awarded a patent at
some stage does not equate to proof of overall feasibility of the patent's content.
I used to believe that anything awarded a patent must be a real, functioning, reproducable mechanism - a belief I had to give up with the years as I
have seen tons of patents that have been awarded and were neither real, nor functioning, nor reproducable.
If you want to prove anything on the basis of patents you would have to reproduce what is proposed in the patent (watch out for legal problems,
though, depending on the patent your veryfying) and then make your own observations. This method has been used consistently to debunk patents with
The feasibility of much of what Dr. Eastlund claimed to be feasible in his patents have been seriously challenged, and he failed to meet that
challenge. So either he too has lost his belief or interest - or there is some kind of massive conspiracy ...... it's all a question of
probability... it's either a horse or a zebra, as the saying goes...