posted on Feb, 21 2014 @ 04:46 AM
reply to post by NullVoid
How does heating a small portion of the ionosphere "poke a hole" in it?
What "atmosphere there?" The ionosphere is, for all intents and purposes, space.
HAARP does not weaken the magnetosphere. It does heat (not make a hole in) a small region of the ionosphere. Since the mesophere is not ionized, HAARP
has no effect on it.
HAARP does not transmit a ray. It transmits a widening beam. Its power density is not great enough to damage an aircraft.
edit on 2/20/2014 by
Phage because: (no reason given)
You are partially correct. It doesnt poke a hole, but actually strengthen it, however, during the process, the earth magnetosphere are affected, a
hole. Mesosphere is not ionised, correct, HAARP cant do much there, however we can inspect its properties during the process. Yes, nothing much happen
there. But with magnetosphere, its so much different story.
HAARP can and will have effect on aeroplanes, electronically. Prohibiting people from using phone on aeroplane but shooting radiowave pulse into its
path is kind of beat the purpose.
The real problem with HAARP lies in the weakening magnetosphere, sure the ionsphere blocking sun radiation, but its secondary compared to
magnetosphere, in terms of sun radiation shield.
I dont go against HAARP, its an advancement, but do use it sparingly. Its effect is second only to nuclear but its on wider scale/worldwide. Weakened
magnetosphere is the main problem that HAARP do and seems everyone miss that point. At least they got it right with the weather anomaly.
Life on Earth developed and is sustained under the protection of this variable magnetosphere.
From NASA ..so, if you poke the shield, expect something pass through.