Image: HAARP site, Wiki Commons
Located on an Air Force-owned site near Gakona, Alaska is HAARP or the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program.
What they are supposed to be doing: analyzing and interpreting the ionosphere and investigating the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. (Wikipidia)
My, what big ears you have, HAARP.
Image: HAARP antennae array, Wiki Commons
What they are actually doing: shooting the ionosphere with a secret ray gun, which “excites” the area, and then creates thunderstorms, tornadoes, and tsunamis.
But that's not the worst. Rumor has it HAARP has the potential to produce an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) over any city that could take out every electronic device. Kiss those cell phones good-bye.
It’s weather as a weapon, people!
All I’ve got to say is that if someone in Alaska is controlling the weather, then they better stop letting their three-year-old take the controls. In the space of a week, a wind storm knocked 80-year-old oaks hither and yon like so many bowling pins, followed by a 14-inch blizzard.
This last Friday? Snow again. On Sunday? Seventy degrees and sunny at my house but 48 degrees ten miles away at the lake. What the heck, HAARP? I was having a great bike ride, wearing shorts and a t-shirt, loving the sun, and all of a sudden I’m surrounded by people in winter coats, looking at me like I’m the crazy one. While I shiver.
Dude! Forget the three-year-old. Whoever is mailing HAARP cannabis brownies better stop. I mean it.
What's the craziest weather you've had this year?