posted on Apr, 16 2011 @ 11:25 AM
i have been very interested in haarp and been watching a few documentaries on it latly i found one called holes in heaven. they had a haarp reasercher
who said that most of the theories are wrong, but some problems i had with his claims.
2 in particular(first one important, second one less important but still kind of interestin/almost funny)
1.he said with lifting the inosphere cant createa permenant hole in atmosphere. when you put your hand in water it moves the molecules away, but when
you remove it it returns to normal. so he thinks that the same things can happen with the atmosphere.
my problem. you cant compare the gases in our atmosphere and our water in this way. liquid molecules are closer together and slower moving than in gas
so they can move back closer together than with gases, just due to the space difference. the other thing is that water molecules have polar and
hydrogen forces pulling molecules together way faster, the gases in our atmosphere(oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, methane) have neither
polar or hydrogen forces to pull them back, water vapour does but it makes up a small amount. so therefroe thes comparisons are not really good, and
this was a head resercher, i am a highschool student, so why was i able to come to this conclusion when he couldnt. the other reason i dont by this is
that they really dont know enough to say this.
2. the one i found kind of funny is he said that if anyone wanted to know about haarp they could get a reaserch team come up and take a tour of the
place(that didnt hold up it seems) so thats the part i found funny
here is the video for those who want to see itwww.youtube.com...
up in part because the full one has to many
adds, the other parts should be in the suggestions