posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:58 AM
Neither of these graphs are designed to display data of HAARP actually being used.
The ionogram monitors the ionosphere and is used to analyze the effect of HAARP when it's used.
The magnetometer monitors the Earth's magnetic field for the same purpose.
Both of these instruments are in use whether HAARP is active or not, so as to have a consistant data group from which to make an accurate analysis of
HAARP's effects when active. Fluctuations in the readouts of these instruments are not an automatic indication of HAARP being active.
In addition, I recieved an email from the senior science advisor for HAARP, Dr. Papadopoulus, that HAARP can't cause earthquakes, and hasn't been
active for the last month:
From: Konstantinos Dennis Papadopoulos
Subject: Re: HAARP question
Date: Mar 13, 2011 4:33 PM
HAARP cannot do anything like that. Its power is electromagnetic like a radio station. Radio stations put out more than 1000000 time more power than
HAARP and do not create earthquakes. In any way HAARP has not operated during the last month
I realize that those who believe that HAARP can cause eartquakes will just claim he's lying. However, no-one has yet offered actual proof that HAARP
was connected to the Japan quake, or was even in use at the time.
Again, the charts you posted are not an indication of HAARP being active, but are representations of activity, natural or otherwise, in the ionosphere
and magnetic field.