posted on Nov, 26 2011 @ 07:24 PM
Ok. I'll start.
He claims that HAARP can focus its radio energy. It cannot.
By use of the phased array, the energy from the 180 antennas can be kept in a tighter beam than a broadcast antenna can provide but it will still
spread out. HAARP's antennas are spread over an area of 30.6 acres. By the time that beam reaches an altitude of 100 km it has spread to an area of
233,000 acres. It isn't focused. It doesn't get narrower, it gets wider.
Each antenna is powered by two transmitters of 10kW each. Combined, the 180 antennas can produce a total of 3.6 mW (20kw each) but because of the
great area, the power density of the beam is not very great, at the surface it is 29 watts/square meter. At 100km the power density has dropped to
.2078 microwatts/square centimeter at its center. Micro-watts. About 1/5 of one millionth of a watt.
edit on 11/26/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)