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    Does anyone know if there is any truth behind the possibility that HAARP could be used as a weapon? (amongst all of the other stuff)


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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Fr...search_Program

    apperently it's just a reserch center thats looking at the ionosphere. isnt that where the northernlights show? anyway. it doesnt appear to be a weaponized area.


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    Uh-oh. Looks like somebody's been listening to the Art Bell radio show. I used to listen to that. Where else would you get the latest news on Chupacabras, Bigfoot, Area 51, UFO related cattle mutilations, crop circles, and things like that?
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    Nope. I watched a reporter interviewing the man in charge on a couple of clips on youtube - and he appears to be lying.
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    In what way did he appear to be lying?
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    Well just watch the video and judge for yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    Well just watch the video and judge for yourself.
    All right, I watched it. I still don't see what you mean.

    That looked like a pretty shoddy piece of journalism, though. Was that CBC, as in Canadian Broadcasting System?
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    I presume so.
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    Leo, I'll give you my criticism of the film.

    To me it looked like something out of a Hollywood film class, Whistleblowing Expose' 101. The purpose is not to investigate facts but to tell a story of some insidious government corruption.

    You find a hero, or in this case a heroine, the lady who researched about Tesla and the patent the guy had to change the weather. Present her in a very sympathetic light. The bad guy is the director of the HAARP project.

    To show the sinister lab, you have a shot of the chain link fence outside. Oooh, scary. Then you badger the director of the lab with inane questions and accusations until you get him angry and irritated - just as he would be if he had something to hide. It also helps to show him at odd angles. Tilt the camera and make the viewer queasy and uncomfortable when watching him. Voila, he is obviously lying.
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    One of my friends whom is somewhat of a conspiracy theorist told me about this....there is no real risk behind the installment. The most it could be used as towards a weapon is for communications disruption, sort of like a massive frequency spamming device, but it terms of actually using it to hurt people you have to turn it into something completely and totally unrealistically large and complex. A simple gun is a much better weapon than a weaponized version of it.
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    Just to clear up some possible confusion, the discussion is about HAARP, not Project HARP, which was in fact weaponized. Project HARP was originally intended to test ballistics and explore the potential for launching a satellite into space via a cannon. The project head, a ballistics engineer named Gerald Bull later developed similar devices as weapons for South Africa and Iraq. The latter began development of Project Babylon which was an attempt to make a series of cannons able to deliver ordinance into Israel. The weapons were destroyed after the Gulf War by the United Nations. Bull was assassinated outside his home in Brussels by a gunman, thought to be a member of Israeli Mossad, Iranian VEVAK or Iraqi Mukhabarat.

    As for HAARP, the youtube videos referenced in earlier posts are here:
    HAARP CBC Broadcast Weather Control Part 1
    HAARP CBC Broadcast Weather Control Part 2
    I can't imagine anyone genuinely influenced by these videos. An amature production presenting no real evidence or science. "The scientists shoot the beams up." "You've got guys sitting behind computers." "There's something spooky going on here."
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