Medeea Greere #crackpot #conspiracy

You can see the clouds are moving through the waves generated by radio and electromagnetic frequencies. The HAARP facilities and ionospheric heaters are located globally but no telling how many there are that we don’t know about. Because why would the government ever hide anything from us?

HAARP will zap the upper atmosphere with a focused and steerable electromagnetic beam. It is an advanced model of an “ionospheric heater.” (The ionosphere is the electrically-charged sphere surrounding Earth’s upper atmosphere.)

Put simply, the apparatus for HAARP is a reversal of a radio telescope; antenna send out signals instead of receiving. HAARP is the test run for a super-powerful radiowave-beaming technology that lifts areas of the ionosphere by focusing a beam and heating those areas. Electromagnetic waves then bounce back onto earth and penetrate everything — living and dead.
The Military’s Hidden Hand: Strategic Uses of HAARP and the Dire Implications
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, better known as HAARP, isn’t just a scientific enigma; it is a formidable tool in the modern warfare arsenal.
The implications are chilling. Imagine a world where droughts or hurricanes could be summoned as geopolitical weapons, where countries could be plunged into chaos without a soldier ever crossing their borders. The U.S. military, through HAARP, might possess the power to zap the upper atmosphere with a focused electromagnetic beam, as suggested in their own descriptions, turning the sky itself into an invisible battlefield.
As we gaze up at the enigmatic lights dancing across our skies, we must also cast a discerning eye on the entities wielding this formidable technology. The potential for HAARP to alter the very atmosphere raises not just possibilities but profound ethical concerns. Without stringent oversight, the line between defending our nations and dominating them becomes perilously thin.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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