H.A.A.R.P. A Government Cover-Up?
Is it possible for the government to control the weather? That is the question people ponder upon when talking about the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). This is an ionospheric research center. This ionospheric research facility in Gakona, Alaska studies the properties of the ionosphere. HAARP is the largest ionospheric heater. An ionospheric heater is defined as an array of antennas which are used for heating the ionosphere. HAARP’s radio beams excites or heats the ionized particles. HAARP was designed to probe 50k patches of the atmosphere with high frequency radio waves. The atmosphere is made up of three layers. The troposphere is from sea level to 16 km above the surface. The stratosphere includes the ozone layer, is from 16 km to 48 km. The ionosphere is 48 km to over 50,000 km. It is electrically charged and surrounds the Earth's upper atmosphere. The ionosphere is prone to catalytic reactions. This means if even a small part of it is changed, a major change can occur. HAARP has a 9-hectare antenna farm with 180 twenty-one meter tall radio towers with two transmitters on each tower! Each tower has an effective radiated power (ERP) of 4 megawatts (MW), equal to 4,000,000 watts!The total project with all 360 transmitters is designed to have an ERP of 4 gigawatts (GW) which is equal to 4,000,000,000 watts. The array of towers covers frequencies from 2.8 to 10 MHz. Along with this high frequency (HF) research facility, there is another one just 289 kilometers away! It is called the High Power Auroral Stimulation Observatory (HIPAS). HIPAS only has 8 dipoles that operate at two frequencies; 2.85 and 4.53 MHz. HIPAS. Scientists and workers at HAARP claim HAARP is not nearly powerful enough to change Earth’s climate. Some people say yes, HAARP can control the weather. While this may be true to some extent, HAARP officials claim the effects of their ionospheric testing only affects a small area...
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