posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 01:26 PM
Originally posted by phishyblankwaters
reply to post by JohnySeagull
Agreed, and a quick look at what H.A.A.R.P. actually is, and how it works, clears up a lot of this H.A.A.R.P. caused it nonsense.
Would appear that you took your little look, and, understood none of it.
I can't speak to; "Is HAARP responsible". I don't know anything of their activities, or motives. But, I can speak to its technology.
Firstly, you should read this patient: www.patentsurf.net...
HAARP is capable of applying all three kinds of modulation that is spoked of in the patient. Given this, and the moderately large amount of power they
can transmitt; it would be very easy for HAARP to create a virtual antenna specifically intended to radiate ELF, VLF, and ULF EM fields. It has been
shown that these kinds of fields can have serious effects on the planet's plates. I can go get those references if you like, but, you should have
some of the fun of discovery.
A week ago I was of the opinion that HAARP could not do these things. That opinion was based on my (now antique) Masters in Electrical Engineering.
Unfortunately an "antique" degree isn't worth much more than a very good foundation, unless one actually works in a specific field. I went into
software engineering, so didn't know much modern radio. I was taken somewhat aback by this discovery, and a bit scared by what is technologically
possible in this area.
This could be called "VLF Radio Tomography". It is relatively new, and possibly quite dangerous.
As to the question of "did HAARP do it". Probably not. This technology has limited range (visible planet from a few hundred miles up ... no more
than a hemisphere), and is not directional at all. This would make it nearly usless as a weapon. Although, smaller devices might work as weapons,
though perhaps not well.
You are right to question whether HAARP, specifically, caused these things, or one of the other installations around the globe.