HAARP!?!!??

HAARP!?!?! Cecil apparently has not written on this yet- what say the Masses?

What the hell is haarp?

HAARP

They have a semi-junky website. Other than that I have no opinion. Why do you ask?


“There’s a snake in my boot!”

On the Art Bell Parody website, I found a veritable litany of wacky stuff that evidently comprises a lot of the subjects that Art does his pandering on. IIRC, the list included a reference to HAARP, but there was nothing specific about what types of things Art allows his special guest lunatic of the night to accuse HAARP of. But I do gather that HAARP is on Art’s radar screen, along with MIB, black helicopters, crop circles, alien abductions, cattle mutilations, and so on, ad infinitum (or is it ad nauseum?).

Might this be the kind of thing you were looking for, FriarTed?


Of course truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.
Mark Twain

Previous thread kinda about HAARP:

http://www.straightdope.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/000697.html

And in contrast to the official site, here’s a good “foaming at the mouth with paranoia” site about HAARP:

http://www.xyz.net/~nohaarp/pandora.htm

Wasn’t something like this invented many years ago already.

I seem to recall Simon Bar Sinister received the patent.

Erroneous said:

I remember that thread. I KILLED that thread just by posting to it ONCE!

…or maybe it was the Men In Black.


Of course truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.
Mark Twain

Here is a link to an article from Popular Electronics Magazine:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/ebrain.htm

Here is a link to a European Parliament Resolution:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/europar.htm

Here is a link to an Associated Press article concerning “LIDA” a machine made in the 1950’s by the Soviets:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/lida.htm

Here is a link to an article writte by Dr. Rauni Kilde, formerly Chief Medical Officer for Finland:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/kilde1.htm

Here is a link to an ITV News Bureau, Ltd article concerning the US military’s UNclassified thought-influencing gadgets, used in the Persian Gulf War:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/silsound.htm

Here is a link to a NEXUS Magazine article written by the Editor/Publisher of the Resonance Newsletter of the MENSA Bioelectromagnetics Special Interest Group. The article concerns Aerial Mind-Control:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/commsolo.htm

Here is a link to a British Medical Journal article appealing for medicine to guard against it’s knowledge being used for weapons development:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/bmj315.htm

Here’s a link to a Timeline of Important Dates in the History of Electromagnetic Technology and Mind Control:
http://www.calweb.com/~welsh/timeline.htm

Here’s a link that explain the various mind control technologies:
http://home.nas.net/~raven1/uncom.htm#CLASS

And here’s a link to a great big picture of me:
http://www.netcom.com/~rogermw/rogerlt.jpg

Ah, HAARP. For those uninitiated to this wonderful topic, it can be best described as one of the following:

A) A military program, costing taxpayers roughly $10-20 million each year, involving large arrays of antennas in Alaska to research military radio communications and the atmosphere. HAARP funding is not requested by DOD, it is a bit of pork added on each year by Ted Stevens, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee and its Subcommittee on Defense.

B) A massive secret government program with potentially disasterous consequences, from ripping a new hole in the ozone layer to allowing government mind control.

Position B is best advocated by the book “Angels Don’t Play This HAARP.” Position A is best advocated by sanity.