The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is jointly funded by the US Airforce, US Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. It's purpose is to investigate the Ionosphere and establish whether such facility can be used for surveillance or communication purposes. The facility operates a VHF and UHF radar, a fluxgate magnetometer, a digisonde, an induction magnetometer, as well as the transmitter facilities.
VHF (Very High Frequency) is the radio frequency range between 30 MHz and 300 MHz. UHF (Ultra High Frequency) are electromagnetic waves with frequencies ranging from 300 MHz to 3 GHz (3,000 MHz).
HAARP is located north of Gakona, Alaska. HAARP's primary instrument is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI). This is a high frequency transmitter system used to temporarily energize a portion of the Ionosphere. During active research, the transmitter system generates a signal that is delivered to the antenna, which is transmitted in an upward direction, and gets partially absorbed at an altitude between 43 and 217 miles above the site (depending on the operating frequency). The signal intensity is tens of thousands of times weaker than the Sun's electromagnetic radiation reaching the Earth. The small effects are then observed with the scientific instruments installed at the facility. This information can provide new information about the dynamics of plasmas and the processes of solar-terrestrial interactions.
There are currently three ionospheric heating facilities in the US. There are also facilities in Norway and Russia. Measuring the ionosphere is very difficult. The air is too thin for balloons to reach but too thick for satellites. HAARP however is able to perform such experiments. HAARP research includes:
- Ionospheric heating
- Plasma line observations
- Stimulated electron emission observations
- The effect of ionospheric disturbances on GPS satellite signal quality
- Radio observations of meteors
- Response and recovery of the ionosphere from solar flares and geomagnetic storms
I think that we shouldn't be altering our environment faced with the potential risks and consequences. The fact that HARP emits signals in the mind control range makes me suspicious of the project. Why would the military have such a large role in this project if it was for scientific purposes? Could this really be altering our weather to the extent that hurricanes, tsunamis, and other weather related incidents occur? The more scientific knowledge we have, the better off our civilization will be but is this type of research worth the risk? The consequences of such device could be deadly and I don't think we should be taking any chances. I don't support this facility at this point and believe much more research is needed on this subject before a conclusion of the safety of such device is formed. For more information, I recommend geting the book above.
By: Shawn M.