posted on Apr, 4 2011 @ 03:16 PM
Let me first start out by saying that I am new here, less than a week old, and I am thrilled to be among so many like minded, intelligent and informed
people. Prior to my joining ATS, I had never heard of this HAARP organization and now, after reading all the information present here and elsewhere on
the web, I truly think this is an entity that poses a sever threat to humanity in so many ways. Particularly in how their “research” affects the
Earths atmosphere as a way to induce a natural warming of the planet and blame it humanities way of life. Now, while I do believe that HAARP may
posses the technology necessary to create a devastating “natural” disaster such as an earthquake, I DO NOT for one second, as a 31 year old native
of New Orleans, give any credit to the even the slightest possibility that Hurricane Katrina was, in any way, shape, or form, a man made disaster. The
only man made disaster involved with that was FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers.
Excuse me for my digressions. My only concern for the Japan Quake and HAARP’s (and subsequently the US Military’s) involvement would be the
motive. What benefit does destroying half of Japan serve? Surly, if this were just a test, or even a flexing of the muscles, a less populated, less
internationally and economically significant location could have been chosen. Also, I’m no expert in the field of high powered radio frequencies,
but I would think that in order for the this radar to cause an earthquake, it would need to be located within close proximity to the eruption zone.
Where were these frequencies transmitted from? Not to mention, the potential for unexpected geological reproductions of such an experiment would be,
in my opinion, not worth the risk. Forget WWIII, setting off earthquakes of that magnitude in such a volatile area could unleash a global chain
reaction of quakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes this world hasn’t seen it was an infant. It’s just not a smart practice, regardless of your motives.
Anyway, that’s my two cents.