What is HAARP?
HAARP stands for The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program facility located near Gakona, Alaska. Constructed in the 1990s, HAARP’s official purpose is to study the effects of the electromagnetic energy in the ionosphere. The way it accomplishes this is to direct 3.6 million megawatts of electricity into a transmitter, pump it out of an antenna array straight up into the ionosphere, and take readings from satellites. (Officially). The effect seems to be that the ionosphere gets heated by the beam of energy, similar to the effects of solar flares, on a smaller scale. There are theories that say the military designed HAARP has a more sinister intent. It is claimed that the facility is a weapon being developed to knock out enemy satellite and radio communication by bombarding the atmosphere with massive electromagnetic waves. Other theories suggest that the HAARP energy can direct it’s rays anywhere on Earth, causing anything from major weather catastrophes on demand, earthquakes to influencing human behaviour. Still another theory is the ongoing installation of HAARP towers designed to infuse chosen frequencies into the crystalline soil and water supply of specific areas, thereby altering the mood or health of the local population at will.
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