posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 05:18 PM
Here's an article on HARRP that I find most intriguing indeed. It's not hard to check out the facts that they state and have gathered.
Here's an interesting tie-bit...
Do these comments point to uses already somewhat developed? The author of the government report refers to an earlier Air Force document about the uses
of radio frequency radiation in combat situations. (Here Begich and Manning note that HAARP is the most versatile and the largest
radio-frequency-radiation transmitter in the world.)
The United States Congressional record deals with the use of HAARP for penetrating the earth with signals bounced off of the ionosphere. These signals
are used to look inside the planet to a depth of many kilometers in order to locate underground munitions, minerals and tunnels. The U.S. Senate set
aside $15 million dollars in 1996 to develop this ability alone -- earth-penetrating-tomography. The problem is that the frequency needed for
earth-penetrating radiation is within the frequency range most cited for disruption of human mental functions. It may also have profound effects on
migration patterns of fish and wild animals which rely on an undisturbed energy field to find their routes.
As if electromagnetic pulses in the sky and mental disruption were not enough, T. Eastlund bragged that the super-powerful ionospheric heater could
Begich and Manning brought to light government documents indicating that the military has weather-control technology. When HAARP is eventually built
to its full power level, it could create weather effects over entire hemispheres. If one government experiments with the world's weather patterns,
what is done in one place will impact everyone else on the planet. Angels Don't Play This HAARP explains a principle behind some of Nikola Tesla's
inventions -- resonance -- which affect planetary systems
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