What is HAARP?
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is the world’s most capable high-power, high frequency (HF) transmitter for study of the ionosphere. The principal instrument is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a phased array of 180 HF crossed-dipole antennas spread across 33 acres and capable of radiating 3.6 megawatts into the upper atmosphere and ionosphere. Transmit frequencies are selectable in the range of 2.7 to 10 MHz, and since the antennas form a sophisticated phased array, the transmitted beam can take many shapes, can be scanned over a wide angular range and multiple beams can be formed. The facility uses 30 transmitter shelters, each with six pairs of 10 kilowatt transmitters, to achieve the 3.6 MW transmit power.
The goal of the research at HAARP is to conduct fundamental study of the physical processes at work in the very highest portions of our atmosphere, called the thermosphere and ionosphere. This research falls into two categories (1) active, which requires the use of the Ionospheric Research Instrument and (2) passive, which only uses monitoring instruments.
The ionosphere starts at about 60 to 80 km altitude and extends up above 500 km altitude. There are free electrons and ions in the ionosphere that radio waves can interact with. HAARP radio waves heat the electrons and create small perturbations that are similar to the kinds of interactions that happen in nature. Natural phenomena are random and are often difficult to observe. With HAARP, scientists can control when and where the perturbations occur so they can measure their effects. In addition, they can repeat experiments to confirm the measurements really show what researchers think they do.
Why it is developed?
Between 1990 and 2014, HAARP was a jointly managed program of the United States Air Force (USAF) and United States Navy. Its goal was to research the physical and electrical properties of the Earth’s ionosphere, which can affect our military and civilian communication and navigation systems.
Who owns it?
For over 25 years, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Space Vehicles Directorate at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) have collaborated on ionospheric research at HAARP. When USAF funding for research and development decreased, efforts were made to find a solution to preserve this one-of-a-kind national research resource.
In August 2015, the research equipment was transferred to UAF under an Education Partnership Agreement (EPA). To provide authority and management control to UAF, a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) was established. CRADAs are unique agreements that provide access to extensive government-funded resources that can be leveraged to yield powerful results. It is common practice for government agencies to transfer ownership of research equipment to universities for the continued support of science. Responsibility for the HAARP facilities and equipment formally transferred from the military to UAF on Aug. 11, 2015.
How does HAARP work?
Scientists at HAARP use HF radio transmitters to heat small regions of the ionosphere and observe the effects (including ionospheric heating). For traditional space research using ground-based observations or experiments on sounding rockets, it can take an extremely long time (days, weeks, years) to get the desired natural overhead conditions. Satellites can amass much larger databases but it is difficult to coordinate the satellite with the desired phenomena. With a facility like HAARP, it is possible to perform an experiment at will to create plasma structures and irregularities, use the ionosphere like an antenna to excite low frequency waves, create weak luminous aurora-like glows and a variety of other experiments.
HAARP used as weapons?
It is believed to be in proof that HAARP Technology is used as a weapon in Climate Control, which is capable of creating hurricanes, cyclones, Earthquake, and even temperature control and even heavy rainfall.
Nick Begich exposed the HAARP used as a weapon and his death is actually a mystery till now. Read one of his book
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Angels Don’t Play This HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning is a book gaining wide publicity throughout the United States having been featured on hundreds of radio programs, news reports and television programs. This book was named one of the most important books of 1996 by Project Censored: The News that Didn”t Make the News. The book is the subject of talk radio programs six to twelve times a month on both national and regional programs. The book is in its third English printing since being released in September, 1995. Translations were released in Japan and Germany in 1996.
The U.S. Military”s first target is the electrojet: a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrojet will become a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the earth. The U.S. military can then “X-ray” the earth and talk to submarines. But there”s much more they can do with HAARP. This book reveals surprises from secret meetings.