By Nick Begich

The U. S. govt has a brand new ground-based "Star Wars" weapon that is being confirmed within the distant bush nation of Alaska. This new procedure manipulates the surroundings in a manner which can:

* Disrupt human psychological processes.
* Jam all international communications systems.
* swap climate styles over huge areas.
* intervene with natural world migration patterns.
* Negatively impact your health.
* Unnaturally effect the Earth's top atmosphere.

The U.S. army calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency lively Auroral learn Project). yet this skybuster isn't in regards to the Northern lighting. This gadget will activate lighting fixtures by no means meant to be artificially manipulated.

Their first aim is the electrojet - a river of electrical energy that flows millions of miles during the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrqjet turns into a vibrating man made antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation dropping rain on this planet. The U.S. army can then "X-ray" the earth and seek advice from submarines. yet there's even more they could do with HAARP. This ebook finds surprises from mystery conferences.

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55 National Telecommunications and information Administration memo, "NTIA Preliminary Assessment of Air Force Ionospheric Research Instrument", Oct, 1, 1993. 56 Interview with John D. Matthews, electrical engineering department, Penn State, 57 Jeane Manning's May, 1995, interview with Tony Ferraro. com "The initial idea, not connected with my work, was to create an artificial northern Lights," said Tony Ferraro. " Why make an artificial aurora borealis? He replied that the plasma physicists wanted to control the northern lights to learn more about the physics which created them.

For one, whoever would fire up electrical generators to power his proposed giant transmitter could be a big paying customer for ARCO's natural gas fields on the North Slope of Alaska, "I came in with my viewgraphs," Eastlund recalls. "I showed one viewgraph on the location of the North Slope of Alaska. Where the earth's magnetic field is, where Russia is, and everything. " Eastlund didn't have to show the next slide. The idea clicked and the military contractor apparently wanted to just think about it foT a minute.

Thus there is a constant flux (flow) of electrons at this altitude, and the atoms are changed to positively charged ions. This process gave the ionosphere its name. Although ionization happens at heights as high above the earth as 1,000 kilometers and as low as 50, the positively charged ions and negative electrons are most dense at altitudes of 80 to 400 kilometers. In non-metric terms, the ionosphere begins at an altitude of about 30 miles and goes up to about 300 miles or more. 53 Blown toward Earth on the solar wind, electrically charged particles follow Earth's magnetic field lines.

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