Haarp myth or reality

By: sunlinepr, 4:56 PM GMT on July 10, 2013


Is it just a conspiracy theory dream or is it real?

The purpose of this blog is to acquire, learn and share scientific knowledge about this technology.

HAARP stands for High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. Patented by the US, (3 patents), many countries have implemented similar facilities around the world. The question is WHY? Alaska has Auroral events in the sky for study. But what about Brazil, Puerto Rico, China, etc.?

The giant HAARP array in Gakona, Alaska. Begun in 1990 and completed in 2007, HAARP stands for High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. Their stated purpose, from the website FAQ... "The goal of this program is to further advance our knowledge of the physical and electrical properties of the Earth's ionosphere which can affect our military and civilian communication and navigation systems."

They also state, "The fundamental goal of research conducted at HAARP is knowledge; to explore and to understand natural phenomena occurring in the Earth's ionosphere and near-space environment. Information derived from this research will have major value in the design of future communication and navigation systems for both military and civilian use."

At one time, the site made the claim that the facility was "a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere, with particular emphasis on being able to understand and use it to enhance communications and surveillance systems for both civilian and defense purposes."

You can see a satellite view of the facility by using Google maps or Google earth. The coordinates are 62°23'33.73"N 145° 9'2.61"W. The interesting thing is, much of the field is mysteriously blurred out.

The HAARP station is a highly secure facility and not open to the public. They have very limited open house sessions to the public. They state on their website, "Entry to the facility is normally restricted to those having a need to conduct business at the facility."

One of the most interesting admissions on the official HAARP site states that, "HAARP draws only housekeeping power, used for lighting, heating, and computers, from the local power grid. During research operations, the HAARP facility is taken off the local power grid completely."

That last line is the most interesting. It would seem that this facility does draw an inordinate amount of power and they do not want that information to become public, nor do they want a physical public utility trail for investigators to follow in tracking its operating schedule.

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