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More (alleged) Confirmation of Environmental Warfare Capabilities of HAARP, Similar Systems

What goes around, comes around

Caveat: Upon further investigation, the author of this paper (not peer-reviewed) has posted and written extensively of “fringe physics” considerations that may well be off base.

Haste maketh waste. Apologies–D.E. (This does not NECESSARILY preclude the truth of the allegations.)

COMMENT: A diligent listener has forwarded a recent (2011) paper by a Brazilian physicist that strongly reinforces information from past broadcasts concerning environmental modification for military purposes. This paper should be examined at length and detail.

BRIEF EDITORIAL NOTE: One of the things that makes the unpleasant reality of environmental modification so terrifying concerns the enormous destructive capability of such devices and the fact that earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis and hurricanes occur naturally. It is important that rumination about this topic be measured and judicious, so as to preclude the inevitable dismissal of such discussion as “conspiracy theory.”

Despite the fact that Project HAARP has been online for the better part of two decades and the U.S. and former Soviet Union concluded a treaty on such matters during the Carter administration, the “Not-Sees” have continued their assault on truth.

That devastating tragedy may well have been a natural occurrence.

For the record, so to speak, I am NOT saying, necessarily, that HAARP was involved in the Japan quake. As discussed in FTR #272, other nations are developing or have developed such systems.

Another thing to consider is just WHO is controlling HAARP? Might Underground Reich elements have access to the technology?

“High-Power ELF Radiation Generated by Modulated HF [High Frequency] Heating of the Ionosphere Can Cause Earthquakes, Cyclones and Localized Heating” by Fran De Aquino [Maranhao State University Physics Department]; Scribd.com; 2011.

EXCERPT: . . .Several HF ionospheric heaters havebeen built in the course of the latest decades in order to study the ELF waves produced by the heating of the ionosphere with HF radiation. Currently, the HAARP heater is the most powerful ionospheric heater, with 3.6GW of effective power using HF heating beam, modulated at ELF (2.5Hz). This paper shows that radiation generated by modulated HF heating of the lower ionosphere, such as that produced by the current HAARP heater, can cause Earthquakes, Cyclones and strong localized heating. . . .


5 comments for “More (alleged) Confirmation of Environmental Warfare Capabilities of HAARP, Similar Systems”

  1. Well………TBH, as I’ve stated several times before, some indirect forms of weather control may indeed be possible; perhaps even something such as nullifying rainstorms or being used as a weapon to indirectly exacerbate a drought somewhere, or perhaps even indirectly worsen a heat wave{could this have occurred in Russia last year?}!

    Still, though, it’s pretty much 100% certain that the more radical direct{hands-on, basically} stuff, such as the creation and steering of hurricanes, manipulation of Gulf moisture, and the shaping of individual tornadic storms & cyclones, is verifiable B.S., not only to discredit, in the eyes of the general public those honest researchers who have legitimately tried to look into HAARP, but for certain other things as well, some of the dishonest attacks on climate change research in particular.

    And as for your question about who controls it? I, too, suspect that Underground Reich forces may be involved here.

    Interesting stuff, but this is one subject where the truth is sometimes hard to find and the B.S. is all too common. Stay informed, fellow readers. =)

    Posted by Steven | June 4, 2011, 4:19 am
  2. @HARPO: IDK, but TBH, what does this have to do with Syria?

    Posted by Steven | June 5, 2011, 12:29 pm
  3. Evil is the most pervasive force in the universe.

    Posted by Josh | June 5, 2011, 8:46 pm
  4. http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/07/cia-geoengineering-control-climate-change

    CIA Backs $630,000 Scientific Study on Controlling Global Climate
    Conspiracy theorists, rejoice!

    —By Dana Liebelson and Chris Mooney
    | Wed Jul. 17, 2013 3:00 AM PDT

    The Central Intelligence Agency is funding a scientific study that will investigate whether humans could use geoengineering to alter Earth’s environment and stop climate change. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) will run the 21-month project, which is the first NAS geoengineering study financially supported by an intelligence agency. With the spooks’ money, scientists will study how humans might influence weather patterns, assess the potential dangers of messing with the climate, and investigate possible national security implications of geoengineering attempts.

    The total cost of the project is $630,000, which NAS is splitting with the CIA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and NASA. The NAS website says that “the US intelligence community” is funding the project, and William Kearney, a spokesman for NAS, told Mother Jones that phrase refers to the CIA. Edward Price, a spokesman for the CIA, refused to confirm the agency’s role in the study, but said, “It’s natural that on a subject like climate change the Agency would work with scientists to better understand the phenomenon and its implications on national security.” The CIA reportedly closed its research center on climate change and national security last year, after GOP members of Congress argued that the CIA shouldn’t be looking at climate change.

    The goal of the CIA-backed NAS study is to conduct a “technical evaluation of a limited number of proposed geoengineering techniques,” according to the NAS website. Scientists will attempt to determine which geoengineering techniques are feasible and try to evaluate the impacts and risks of each (including “national security concerns”). One proposed geoengineering method the study will look at is solar radiation management—a fancy term for pumping particles into the stratosphere to reflect incoming sunlight away from the planet. In theory, solar radiation management could lead to a global cooling trend that might reverse, or at least slow down, global warming. The study will also investigate proposals for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

    The National Academies has held two previous workshops on geoengineering, but neither was funded by the intelligence community, says Edward Dunlea, the study director for the latest project. The CIA would not say why it had decided to fund the project at this time, but the US government’s apparent interest in altering the climate isn’t new. The first big use of weather modification as a military tactic came during the Vietnam War, when the Air Force engaged in a cloud seeding program to try to create rainfall and turn the Ho Chi Minh Trail into muck, and thereby gain tactical advantage. Between 1962 and 1983, other would-be weather engineers tried to change the behavior of hurricanes using silver iodide. That effort, dubbed Project Stormfury, was spearheaded by the Navy and the Commerce Department. China’s “Weather Modification Office” also controversially seeded clouds in advance of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, hoping to ensure rain would fall in the Beijing suburbs instead of over the Olympic stadiums.

    Although previous efforts to manipulate weather and climate have often been met with mockery, many geoengineering proposals “are fundamentally doable, relatively cheap, and do appear to be able to reduce climate risk significantly, but with risks,” explains David Keith, a Harvard researcher and top geoengineering proponent.

    But if geoengineering is cheap and “fundamentally doable,” as Keith claims, that suggests foreign countries, or even wealthy individuals, could mess with the climate to advance their own ends. “This whole issue of lone actors: Do we need to be concerned about China acting unilaterally? Is that just idle chatter, or is that something the US government should prepare for?” asks Ken Caldeira, a geoengineering researcher at the Carnegie Institution’s Department of Global Ecology and a member of the current National Academy of Sciences panel.

    At least one individual has already tried modifying the climate. Russ George, the former head of Planktos, a company that works to develop technology to deal with global warming, seeded the Pacific Ocean off western Canada with iron to generate a plankton bloom that, in turn, was supposed to suck up carbon dioxide from the air. George’s effort was widely condemned, but at present there’s little to stop other individuals or countries from trying it or something similar. That’s part of what has the US intelligence community interested.

    The CIA’s decision to fund scientific work on geoengineering will no doubt excite conspiracy theorists. The last time the government tried to do cutting-edge research related to the atmosphere—with the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), which aimed to protect satellites from nuclear blasts—people speculated that it might be a death ray, a mind control weapon, or, worst of all…a way to control the weather.

    Posted by Vanfield | July 22, 2013, 2:14 pm
  5. Dave,

    Any likelihood you would re-interview Dr. Nick Begich for an update on this alleged closure of HAARP?


    HAARP Facility Shuts Down

    TAGS: air force, Alaska, amateur radio club, hams, ionospheric research, keeney, naval research laboratory, research

    The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) — a subject of fascination for many hams and the target of conspiracy theorists and anti-government activists — has closed down.

    HAARP’s program manager, Dr James Keeney at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, told ARRL that the sprawling 35-acre ionospheric research facility in remote Gakona, Alaska, has been shuttered since early May.

    “Currently the site is abandoned,” he said. “It comes down to money. We don’t have any.” Keeney said no one is on site, access roads are blocked, buildings are chained and the power turned off. HAARP’s website through the University of Alaska no longer is available; Keeney said the program can’t afford to pay for the service. “Everything is in secure mode,” he said, adding that it will stay that way at least for another 4 to 6 weeks. In the meantime a new prime contractor will be coming on board to run the government owned-contractor operated (GOCO) facility.

    HAARP put the world on notice two years ago that it would be shutting down and did not submit a budget request for FY 15, Keeney said, “but no one paid any attention.” Now, he says, they’re complaining. “People came unglued,” Keeney said, noting that he’s already had inquiries from Congress. Universities that depended upon HAARP research grants also are upset, he said.

    The only bright spot on HAARP’s horizon right now is that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is expected on site as a client to finish up some research this fall and winter. DARPA has nearly $8.8 million in its FY 14 budget plan to research “physical aspects of natural phenomena such as magnetospheric sub-storms, fire, lightning and geo-physical phenomena.”

    The proximate cause of HAARP’s early May shutdown was less fiscal than environmental, Keeney said. As he explained it, the diesel generators on site no longer pass Clean Air Act muster. Repairing them to meet EPA standards will run $800,000. Beyond that, he said, it costs $300,000 a month just to keep the facility open and $500,000 to run it at full capacity for 10 days.

    Jointly funded by the US Air Force Research Laboratory and the US Naval Research Laboratory, HAARP is an ionospheric research facility. Its best-known apparatus is its 3.6 MW HF (approximately 3 to 10 MHz) ionospheric research instrument (IRI), feeding an extensive system of 180 antenna elements and used to “excite” sections of the ionosphere. Other onsite equipment is used to evaluate the effects.

    Larry Ledlow, N1TX, of Fairbanks, Alaska, said HAARP ionosonde and riometer data have been “invaluable, especially being more or less local, to understand current conditions in the high latitudes.” He said data from other sites “simply do not accurately reflect the unique propagation we endure here.”

    To fill the gap, Ledlow said, several members of the Arctic Amateur Radio Club — including Eric Nichols, KL7AJ, author of Radio Science for the Radio Amateur and articles in QST — have discussed building their own instruments. “It’s all very preliminary,” he said, “but we really feel the pinch losing HAARP.” Nichols, of North Pole, Alaska, has conducted experiments at HAARP. He called the shutdown “a great loss to interior Alaska hams and many others.”

    The ultra-high power facility long has intrigued hams, even outside of Alaska. In 1997, HAARP transmitted test signals on HF (3.4 MHz and 6.99 MHz) and solicited reports from hams and short-wave listeners in the “Lower 48” to determine how well the HAARP transmissions could be heard to the south. In 2007 HAARP succeeded in bouncing a 40 meter signal off the moon. Earlier this year, HAARP scientists successfully produced a sustained high-density plasma cloud in Earth’s upper atmosphere.

    As things stand, the Air Force has possession for now, but if no other agency steps forward to take over HAARP, the unique facility will be dismantled, Keeney said. He pointed out that it would cost less to bulldoze the antenna field than it would to replace the 180 antenna elements.

    Splashy web postings abound, blaming HAARP for controlling the weather — most recently in the case of Hurricane Sandy and the spate of tornados — and for causing other natural disasters. Quipped Keeney, “If I actually could affect the weather, I’d keep it open.”

    Posted by participo | July 22, 2013, 6:08 pm

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