posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by gardener
It is a difficult topic, and one that is very divisive on this site. The problem with saying the US is doing this, is that it invites the ire of
those who feel the need to defend the flag to jump in. Then there are the sheeplesque science types who believe that the whole concept is hogwash.
For my tow cents, having spent a lot of time in the US, I know the majority of the American people to be great and loving. The idea of them being
behind the slaughter of people is reprehensible. The hardware, the black budget, well it may be made and controlled on US soil, but those who
undertake these atrocities are without any national allegiance.
As for the technology, when you say HAARP, everyone thinks about the antiquated array in Alaska, which has about as much relevance now as the soviet
version Chernobyl 2, which is rusting in the ruins of what is left of Prypriat. I have watched the development of this technology as a bystander
since the early eighties when the concepts were being discussed. Microwave atmospherics has come a long way, and people still haven't accepted their
existence, so even discussing them is an arduous struggle against ignorance. If I were to speculate on this one, I would look to the SBX platforms
(I say platforms because it has been speculated there are more than one), made in Mobile, by Raytheon. There is also the sphere's program, where
solid targets are released into the stratosphere to act as focal points to direct storm fronts. Locally, federal dollars were funnelled into airport
upgrades that saw the implementation of a massive array of Doppler antennae. If you know Doppler, then you will understand the overkill factor built
into these arrays if they were merely being used to track the weather. Factoring in weather modification makes far more sense.
I have always been flambéed whenever I mentioned the subject matter here. I expect this posting to be no different, but people will always shoot the
messenger. My mentor was consulted during the sixties to resolve the installation and aerodynamic issues involved in the "silver sprayers" as he
used to call them used in Vietnam. When something works, you can be sure the technology will continue to be funded. We built the bomb, why is it so
hard to believe we'd try to control the weather.