posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 08:27 AM
I think it's a possible explanation for the die offs, but who knows? And although that video will probably be ignored because of the fear mongering
style of the dramatic music and the way the video is cut, most of what the video says is true (in terms of the capabilities of ionospheric heaters,
not necessarily HAARP in Alaska).
And yes, this thread probably will be trolled. I was hesitant to even reply. But I wanted to give you my support in your line of thinking. Ionospheric
heating is no joke and people need to take it more seriously instead of constantly laughing that everyone blames everything on HAARP. We need to focus
on all of the heaters, not just Alaska's. That's part of why it's trolled, because everyone uses "HAARP" in their post titles. Maybe say
ionospheric heater, or reference EISCAT and others, too? Just suggestions.
Here's a good thread by zorgon, with information on many of the heaters. One of the last posts I posted on there has some information I found while
researching the auroral phenomena:
And some other recent threads on things that may have been caused by the heaters:
ULF & Haiti Quake
Stanford ULF/ELF/VLF Radio Science study
I haven't had much time to be on ATS lately, so I have no clue what's up with the bird death situation. But good luck with this thread! Hope the
HAARPY trolls aren't hungry today.