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


Caveat: Upon fur­ther inves­ti­ga­tion, the author of this paper (not peer-reviewed) has post­ed and writ­ten exten­sive­ly of “fringe physics” con­sid­er­a­tions that may well be off base.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