posted on May, 29 2011 @ 07:38 AM
reply to post by Phage
It's nice to see a HAARP thread with an outlook based on science rather than quackery!
Your post got me wondering if HAARP monitoring equipment can detect activity from EISCAT, which is pretty far away, but it's also a lot more powerful
than HAARP. However it looks like 3.85 MHz is the lowest frequency EISCAT is intended to use, so that's probably not it since you're showing 2MHz,
though that's also below the stated 2.8 - 10 MHz range for HAARP. Since it's so intense on the graph, it would make sense it's coming from
Originally posted by purplemer
A little off topic maybe... Is it possible that HAARP could be used for mind control.
I think they are stretching a point to call it "mind
control", but here's a Scientific American article on how cell phones might do something like that:
Mind Control by Cell Phone
I think you'd have to be standing very close to the antenna array to even have a chance of the signal affecting your brain, and even then I'd have
to do some calculations to see how close you'd have to be to get the same signal strength as a cell phone.
Most of us are far enough away from the antenna array where it's too weak to have any effect. Also, the HAARP frequencies of 2.8 to 10 MHz are
different from cell phone frequencies which I think are roughly 800-900 Mhz, though I suppose it's possible the lower frequencies might have an
effect if the power was high enough, but I'm not aware of any research on the HAARP frequencies, similar to the cell phone frequency research.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
Aren't ELF also used by the US Navy for communication with our submarine fleet?
I thought he already answered that when he posted this link: