U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Confirms HAARP’s Ability to Manipulate Atmosphere

Brandon Turbeville
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Few government research programs have produced as many questions and as much speculation as the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). From the potential of HAARP to disrupt and control communications to the possibility of controlling the weather and creating natural disasters, the sophistication of HAARP and the extent to which it is being used is the subject of much debate.

However, while many may speculate over just what the good folks working at the HAARP stations are up to, the fact is that an overwhelming majority are incapable of admitting that the facilities even exist in the first place.

Yet, while denial might placate those who do not prefer to confront unpleasant facts, truth does not mold itself to the wishes and desires of the willfully ignorant. Matters concerning the existence of HAARP and its ability to produce quite amazing phenomena are clearly documented in scientific literature as well as by those who have researched the program independently for years.

For instance, the research paper “Geometric modulation: A more effective method of steerable ELF/VLF wave generation with continuous HF heating of the lower ionosphere” published in Geophysical Research Letters, listing three methods of geometric modulation – line sweep, saw-tooth sweep, and circle sweep – not only examines the fact that HAARP is capable of generating and bathing regions of the country in ELF/VLF waves, but demonstrates that it is currently doing so.

This information thus confirms the findings presented by independent researchers like those at Sincedutch who have, for some time, described HAARP wave modulation using similar terminology such as HAARP rings, Stairstep Patterns, and Scalar Squares.
 

Recently, however, the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has added more evidence to the claims that HAARP is capable of affecting and controlling weather.


This is because researchers from the Plasma Physics Division at the HAARP transmitter facility in Gakona, Alaska, have recently announced that they have been able to produce a “sustained high density plasma cloud in Earth's upper atmosphere."

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