Originally posted by ascension211
Everything I know about H.A.A.R.P could fit in a thimble.
So your research of H.A.A.R.P. is based on checking their official website, and believing everything you found there?
It wouldn't be an effective conspiracy, if they would announce the truth in their official website, now would it? With a conspiracy, you have to
-expect- them to lie at every turn, especially in their official announcements, websites, speeches and stories.
There is secrecy, disinformation, lies and all kinds of distortion and ridiculing tactics associated with conspiracies. How could it be otherwise?
When you conspire, you don't want the victims to know what you have done.
So you are being most illogical - taking the conspiracy angle, and then believing every word of their 'official story'.
There have been rumors, that H.A.A.R.P. is even able to alter people's minds, their consciousness and things of that nature, by utilizing certain
frequencies to alter the atmosphere's natural vibration. There have also been rumors about manipulating the upper layers of the atmosphere in a
potentially dangerous way.
But in any case, something doesn't sit right about that whole thing. Watch the documentary "Angels don't play this HAARP", for example, to see a
glimpse of the other side of the coin.
Then you could research Nikola Tesla, and his claims that he could split the planet into two halves if he wanted to, and then study the roots of
H.A.A.R.P. with keeping Nikola Tesla's inventions in mind. Something is definitely fishy about that thing, like most official 'stories' .. so
harmless, so useless 'officially', but in reality? Well, that's for you to find out, before making such conclusions based on such flimsy
At least when you make a conclusion, be darn sure it's the truth, and not just some official lie on a website.
edit on 28-8-2013 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)