HAARP: The Military’s Mystery Machine
June 5, 2012 Leave a Comment
Is weather control possible? Could our very own government be conducting experiments to try to alter weather patterns and create natural disasters? Could we potentially use the weather as a weapon in modern warfare? Many of these questions stem from a top secret military operation and project called HAARP.
HAARP stands for the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The alleged purpose of the project is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. The HAARP research station is located in Gakona, Alaska.
Major aspects of the program are kept secret for alleged reasons of “national security.” There is however no doubt that HAARP and its electromagnetic weapons are capable of being used in warfare, and to alter weather patterns. The electromagnetic transmission towers are designed to generate and beam as much as 1.7 gigawatts (billion watts) of radiated power into the ionosphere, the electrically charged layer above Earth’s atmosphere. After heating and disturbing the atmosphere, the radiations are bounced back onto earth in form of long waves which can penetrate our bodies, the ground, and the oceans.
HAARP is able to generate enough power to shift, and also create weather patterns on demand. It is also theorized that HAARP has the capability of creating natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes. Because the military is involved in the project, we can only speculate that there is potential for this project to be used in warfare. Much of the experiments conducted at HAARP will remain top secret, but investigators have begun to expose what is really happening behind closed doors at the project’s headquarters.
This video explains further the dangers associated with the HAARP project: