Given the choice, do you want to let the government manipulate the weather, create earthquakes and potentially control your mind?
HAARP, an electromagnetic antenna array project in Alaska, has been a joint effort of The US Navy, the Air Force, the ARCO oil company, Raytheon and the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. It’s the world’s largest antenna array, but it is not a listener, it’s a sender. It’s an “ionospheric heater” that can focus 3.6 billion watts of radio-frequency energy into a single area of the atmosphere.
The military and the patent documents say HAARP could:
modify and re-direct the weather and the jet-stream as potential weapons
manipulate and disturb human mental process through pulsed radio-frequency radiation over large geographical areas
create electromagnetic pulse effects similar to atmospheric thermonuclear devices
replace the current over-the-horizon radar system (potentially enhanced by all the aluminum dumped in the sky by the chemtrailers)
wipe out communications over an extremely large area, while keeping the military’s communication system operative
probe the Earth for oil, gas and mineral deposits
The defensive and exploratory capabilities of HAARP are what are being acknowledged publicly. Researcher Nick Begich has uncovered far more sinister probabilities and reported them in his book with Jeane Manning, Angels Don’t Play This HAARP and the video by the same name.
The “Earth-penetrating tomography” capability of the HAARP array can create a high-pressure bubble in the upper atmosphere. This bulges up the top of the Ionosphere, which then snaps back down sending an electromagnetic pulse into the Earth to detect oil or gas reserves. This same technique, however, with the levels of power generated by HAARP could theoretically cause earthquakes and potentially associated tsunamis. The Chinese government accused the US of intentionally initiating the quake of 2008, citing the use of HAARP.