Sunday, April 9, 2017

H is for HAARP--Weather as a Weapon


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?


19 comments:

  1. I've just caught the conspiracy theory angle of your posts. I'll have to go back and get them all. Then leave a comment. Hopefully not obnoxious, just tongue in cheek if I can find one.
    I am a former military brat. The imagination is a brilliant weapon. Far more effective than anything done by man.

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    1. One of my favorite bits about this conspiracy theory is that the facility above was so tired of all the craziness (like people with weapons trying to break into the area) that they opened up tours of the site to try and calm people down.

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  2. Weather as a weapon...oh my my! You have hit the bull's eye with HAARP turning up naughty goblin! Very interesting read indeed!!!
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  3. Now that's a conspiracy theory which I could get behind - and it's all aimed at the UK, I tell you, has to be, it can't possibly be the Jet Stream and other environmental factors that make our weather so changeable all we do it talk about it! ;P
    Sophie
    Sophie's Thoughts & Fumbles - Dragon Diaries

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  4. Weather as weapon has been deadly lately - we have had days of drizzly rain where it's not supposed to rain at all. I mean this is supposed to be a desert! Definitely too many cannabis brownies! At this rate I'll soon have to buy myself an umbrella.

    Nilanjana
    Madly-in-Verse

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  5. Yikes! It would be scary to think of something that could control our weather or prevent us from using our cellphones.

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  6. Scary, but a great idea! I wonder if someday technology could be used to manipulate weather in other ways--maybe create rain in an area suffering drought?

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  7. Clearly they are in the business of making every weather person look like an idiot. :)
    It was really warm yesterday, but there is a very chilly breeze today. A month or so back, one minute it was raining, the next it was bright sunshine.
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings - Shapeshifters and Werewolves

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  8. HAARP must be playing with the weather here - Saturday started off hot and sunny. By four PM there was a sudden drop in temperature and a storm. Tomorrow will be fine again. Of course, this is Melbourne...

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  9. Ohio must have one of these too... :D
    Isn't there a movie about something like this coming out soon?...

    The Multicolored Diary: WTF - Weird Things in Folktales

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  10. I think they are controlling it. Our weather has seen 40-50 degree shifts in a day or two for the past couple months.

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  11. The fact that cloud seeding is actually a thing probably makes people who believe this even more paranoid. I wish they'd use their secret weather ray gun to make it stop snowing in spring here!

    26 Things To Hate About Writing: H is for Homophones

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  12. love your little banter, you would be great a writing quick witted fiction, "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."

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  13. Crazy weather? Nah. But if they want to send some more rainstorms this way, we could use them.

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  14. I wouldn't call it the craziest, but I got to see a storm out across the ocean during the early morning hours that looked like fireworks! Beautiful!

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  15. We had a week of very rainy weather out here in sunny Dubai. But now it's warm again, so I suppose HAARP's taken its focus off this area for now. Or they're out of brownies.

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  16. The weather was weird this winter. In March I swear it was colder than it had been in January and February.

    ~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
    Story Dam
    Patricia Lynne, Indie Author

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  17. Even though it's in Alaska, I bet the Three-Year-Old-in-Chief is controlling it remotely from DC (or FL) and there's your problem right there. Oh well, he'll get bored of it eventually, right? ;-)
    Jamie Lyn Weigt | Writing Dragons Blog | AtoZ 2017 - Dragons in Our Fandoms

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