posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 07:08 AM
Here is how i see the Haarp technology,
By changing the phase of the individual antenna/groups of them you can cause constructive interferance of the waves which combine to create a series
of concentric wavefronts with their locus at the Haarp transmitter.
By changing the phase you can move the distance the most powerful(conjugated) wavefronts sit at. A single facility would only be able to change the
distance from itself...i.e. A Flat Plane 2 Dimensional transmitter can adjust itself in 2 dimensions - range of conjugated wavefronts and amplitude of
that wavefront. Yes the wavefront would vary in power as the various waves travelled through the location but a sufficiently 'deep' signal could
average these out.
By combining it with multiple transmitters it becomes possible to focus upon a single point within a sphere (assume a sphere touching all the
transmitters on the edge)...there are also further, lower power, conjugation points inside and outside the sphere.
The difference in energy comming from the sun is that it is unfocussed and across a broad range of frequencies whilst Haarp can be both focussed and
tuned for certain frequencies.
As to the effect of the power and concentration of these frequencies upon weather / geological / biological systems i do not yet know enough to form
any valid theory. Only the observation that if something built by governments/militaries can be used as a weapon it generaly is used as one.
There is also another use in that by combining incoming data from all of the arrays it is possible to turn the 'sphere' of antennae into a fully
3Dimensional radio tranciever the size of the planet for scanning the universe around planet Earth or transmitting to any location in the heavens (at
light speed limitations).
edit on 19-8-2011 by kayA1 because: Spolling for Begooners