posted on Aug, 25 2011 @ 10:44 AM
Watch that video and READ THE PATENTS FOR YOURSELVES. Also read the explanation below the video.
First, right off the bat, Nexrad Doppler radar CAN NOT SEE HAARP. They operate on different frequencies; Doppler Radar can only see it's own radio
waves as they bounce off things in the atmosphere and then return to the radar dish. HAARP heats the ionosphere, which starts at about 250,000 feet
above the ground. The highest into the atmosphere a Nexrad radar can see when it's at it's maximum tilt, is 55,000 feet.
OK, that non sense is out of the way. HAARP CAN actually alter the weather, and if you read the patents and have a basic understanding of how the
atmosphere works, it is a very simple device in theory as it uses thermodynamics, just like the sun, to heat the atmosphere to create or alter
weather. HAARP heats the ionosphere where ever they point it and creates plasma. When the ionosphere heats up, it moves upwards very far, which in
turn creates low pressure in the atmosphere below it from the heat and the vacuum created as the ionosphere is lifted. That makes air rush in to fill
the void. Air rushing in and rising is how a low pressure area works in the atmosphere. Mark, the gentlemen who has done brilliant work making these
videos, explained to me that the government could even theoretically steer a hurricane with HAARP by creating low pressure and pulling it towards it.
As you can see, when HAARP is used to modify weather, there's no beams, no rings, no squares, NOTHING. It is a simple thermodynamic device. All it
does is heat the atmosphere to create rising air/low pressure.
As to HAARPS other uses. HAARP can heat the ionosphere in a grid pattern forming essentially a plasma layer that can act as a mirror, where by radio
signals or energy can be reflected off that mirror onto other spots on Earth. The military can use this for communication purposes for example.
Again, it won't show up on a weather radar because it's a different frequency. Try tuning into your favorite FM radio station when your radio is on
AM. Doesn't work.
I know this was a simple explanation; I'm not an engineer or electronics expert, but from my research and the great info provided by others, this is
how I understand HAARP to work.
Thanks again Mark (the publisher of this video) for the awesome info!