A while back, maybe two months, my room mate says to me…. *Have you ever heard of HAARP?*
No, I hadn’t… I looked it up. Since that time animals are dying everywhere… unexplained.
HAARP stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) which is an investigation project to “understand, simulate and control ionospheric processes that might alter the performance of communication and surveillance systems”. Started in 1993, the project is proposed to last for a period of twenty years.
The project is jointly funded by US Air Force, Navy, and University of Alaska. It is said that the project is similar to numerous existing ionospheric heaters around the world, and has a large suite of diagnostic instruments that facilitate its use to increase scientific understanding of ionospheric dynamics. Though many have expressed fears of HAARP being used as a nefarious weapon, the scientists involved in aeronomy, space science, or plasma physics dismiss these fears as unfounded.
My friend, Tamara, over at the Port of Embarkation wrote about the deaths of all the animals and I suggested that I thought HAARP was somehow involved. The reason I’m writing about it today is that I found a video about the animals, and the earth and HAARP and it certainly looks suspicious to me!
Take a look for yourself. The connection between the two happens just after half way through the video. What do you think?
And have a look at this warning on the HAARP website…hmmmm…I wonder, will this be considered unauthorized use? lol If I vanish, you all know why! 😛
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