posted on May, 4 2011 @ 06:53 PM
reply to post by sun tzu
I met one of the old crew of students at HAARP up here a few years ago. A nice bunch of kid's who immediately asked if I wanted a tour. I never took
them up on it and could not that day. They were in a store in Glenallen, AK.
The locals are sick of the visits from people who believe all this stuff. I don't think they will even talk to them anymore. Except that fake Dr.
Begich who is well known up here. He will believe anything that will net him an extra dollar.
HAARP makes all it's data available to anyone. There are no armed guards and only a perimeter fence to keep curious people from going inside and
getting themselves electrocuted. You can schedule a tour by simply being polite and asking in a nice way. Used to be you could drop by, but the visits
from people who think they are in on this insane plot we see here, have likely made them less friendly.
No power source even exists to produce the energy they would need to even begin to do as is suggested. It's one of those theories for which there is
no good explanation and it keeps getting more insane with each new telling of the myth.
This reminds me a lot of the mythical Internment Camp that is said to be located 48 miles east of Anchorage, reachable only by train. That location is
overflown by thousands of tourists a year and anyone can take the train past that area. The distance is interesting because if it's there, it would be
visible to anyone who cared to look. There are no other tracks and anyone who has toured the area by plane knows that.
I can't help but wonder about those who fabricate some of this stuff and what their motives are.
edit on 5/4/2011 by Blaine91555 because: (no