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(Anchorage Daily News)   It's going to be a mild summer this year with no freak weather disturbances now that the Air Force plans to dismantle HAARP in a couple of months   (adn.com) divider line 46
    More: Spiffy, U.S. Air Force, HAARP, official notice, Air Force Base, University of Alaska, Sen. Ted Stevens, Lisa Murkowski  
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2014-05-16 07:41:28 AM
Long weekend coming up

www.theperfectlyhappyman.com
Think I'll "dismantle" a few harps too.
 
2014-05-16 07:41:38 AM
That's what THEY want you to think.
 
2014-05-16 07:43:17 AM
Boy are we going to be embarrassed when Global Warming immediately reverses.
 
2014-05-16 07:46:39 AM
The Air Force is good for being the military's UPS. That's about it. The rest could be parted out to the Army and Navy with minimal trouble over a graduated timeline.
 
2014-05-16 07:49:43 AM
Now what the hell am I going to do with all this tinfoil?
 
2014-05-16 07:51:45 AM
Fool! That was the only thing standing between humanity and Malevolent Uplifted Pan-dimensional Nicolai Tesla! We're doomed, dooomed!
 
2014-05-16 07:52:50 AM
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It'll take about two minutes, considering it's still in the warehouse. Just watch out for the tightrope-walking dobermans.
 
2014-05-16 07:53:17 AM
R.I.P HARP
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2014-05-16 07:55:20 AM
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2014-05-16 07:55:26 AM
This is a ploy to somehow use a false flag operation to blame it on the good patriots at Operation American Spring
 
2014-05-16 07:56:40 AM
HAARP only probably lasted as long as it did, because it probably kept our enemies wondering what the hell it actually was.   Hell, I've wondered what the hell it really was, and I don't normally stay clear of conspiracy theories.  Always figured it was just part of some electronic jamming device to throw off the navigation gear on Russian missiles coming in over the pole.  That made more sense than trying to get electricity from the air.
 
2014-05-16 07:57:15 AM

hogans: [ts1.mm.bing.net image 300x189]

It'll take about two minutes, considering it's still in the warehouse. Just watch out for the tightrope-walking dobermans.


Damn...Took a few minutes to find the pic I wanted.
 
2014-05-16 07:59:57 AM
Are... are we doing something RESPONSIBLE with the military budget?  Is that what's happening?
 
2014-05-16 08:03:20 AM
"HAARP."

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2014-05-16 08:09:06 AM

mike_d85: Are... are we doing something RESPONSIBLE with the military budget?  Is that what's happening?


smh
 
2014-05-16 08:10:51 AM
They have newer ways to control the ionosphere. Yikes!
 
2014-05-16 08:15:52 AM
Everything is going to be fine. It is all in control by a civilian agency, NOAA

\NOAA, Controlling the weather since 1976
 
2014-05-16 08:18:46 AM

gilatrout: Everything is going to be fine. It is all in control by a civilian agency, NOAA


Ishkur: That's what THEY want you to think.


Just sayin'.
 
2014-05-16 08:23:00 AM
Because catastrophic weather phenomena never happened before HAARP.
 
2014-05-16 08:23:29 AM
I'll bet Ted is not amused.  He's probably stewing down in Hell.


www.alaskareport.com


Ted SMASH.  Ted SMASH all of you!

 
2014-05-16 08:24:50 AM

gilatrout: Everything is going to be fine. It is all in control by a civilian agency, NOAA

\NOAA, Controlling the weather since 1976


Which just happened to be the first year Obama set into his time machine to undo the US economy retroactive to his presidency.

Coincidence?!
 
2014-05-16 08:25:03 AM
Instead of scrapping it, I know there's at least one willing buyer out there:

img.fark.net
 
2014-05-16 08:26:24 AM

Some Coke Drinking Guy: HAARP only probably lasted as long as it did, because it probably kept our enemies wondering what the hell it actually was.   Hell, I've wondered what the hell it really was, and I don't normally stay clear of conspiracy theories.  Always figured it was just part of some electronic jamming device to throw off the navigation gear on Russian missiles coming in over the pole.  That made more sense than trying to get electricity from the air.


What it is?  its a radio installation.  None of the research was very secret as far as I know.  Military uses include over the horizon radar, communications and RF propagation tests.  These are important for understanding radar or communication systems, duh.  It also is a great tool for studying the ionosphere.  It injected RF power into it, but at a fraction of that happens daily via solar wind and such.  If anything it sound like they are looking at other tech.  Not surprising as those methods all predate satellites.  Still NVIS is very useful for most modern military or emergency situations.

In short if you aren't into radio what HAARP does is very boring and mundane, but it looks cool to conspiracy nuts because they are farking stupid.  It's the same thing when new "those people" see my antennas and make up BS about it affecting their lives.  Last time this happened I hadn't been home and the antenna they complained about was the discone, a receive antenna.    All it does is show those people know nothing of modern technology if they  spout crap like that.
 
2014-05-16 08:33:46 AM

fasahd: R.I.P HARP
[static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]


I'm so going to hell for laughing at that.
 
2014-05-16 08:36:12 AM
We're missing the point here, the air force is basically admitting that HAARP was just a porkbarrel project fed with yearly earmarks by Ted Stevens and is being shut down now because the current Alaska delegation doesn't have his clout.
 
2014-05-16 08:41:03 AM
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RIP AARP

 
2014-05-16 08:45:43 AM

Some Coke Drinking Guy: HAARP only probably lasted as long as it did, because it probably kept our enemies wondering what the hell it actually was.   Hell, I've wondered what the hell it really was, and I don't normally stay clear of conspiracy theories.  Always figured it was just part of some electronic jamming device to throw off the navigation gear on Russian missiles coming in over the pole.  That made more sense than trying to get electricity from the air.


No, those missiles are inertially guided and thus not jammable. I assume it's just a way to make bouncing radio waves off the ionosphere a bit less random and dodgy, to assist long-distance communication and sensors.

The REAL story here is that Alaska lacks pork barrel clout. Recall Murkowski!
 
2014-05-16 09:06:58 AM

pi8you: Instead of scrapping it, I know there's at least one willing buyer out there:

[img.fark.net image 850x474]


I was hoping someone would post that.  Awesome series.
 
2014-05-16 09:08:52 AM
west Chicago suburbs got snow... the beginning of the end approaches..

/Save HAARP
 
2014-05-16 09:13:31 AM
Sort of a pity actually, they did some interesting things including a fun night that they shot HF signals off the moon for us Amateurs to listen for.  Amazing to hear a signal bounce off the moon with a very simple wire antenna.

As to if it changed weather....sometime for fun you should try and calculate the energy in ONE major thunderhead, it's more power than HAARP could muster in a week...like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a Spork.
 
2014-05-16 09:22:20 AM

bmwericus: like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a Spork


Wait...

The plastic disposable ones from KFC? Or the Titanium ones from Think Geek?
 
2014-05-16 09:26:49 AM
It's just obsolete, they can now just beam the mind control waves directly throught the internet.
 
2014-05-16 09:52:23 AM

hogans: [ts1.mm.bing.net image 300x189]

It'll take about two minutes, considering it's still in the warehouse. Just watch out for the tightrope-walking dobermans.


img.fark.net
Don't worry, they're on the case.
 
2014-05-16 09:52:57 AM

CeroX: bmwericus: like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a Spork

Wait...

The plastic disposable ones from KFC? Or the Titanium ones from Think Geek?


I've owned two titanium sporks in my life. I lost the first one in the war.

//True story. Has nothing to do with HAARP, but the phrase "I lost one in the war" makes anything sound significant.
///Don't mention the war.
 
2014-05-16 09:58:24 AM
Wait- so, hold on- Tin Foil hats supposedly bounce radio waves  off of heads?
Considering the conductivity of tin, wouldn't that just encourage the electromagnetic waves to bounce  into your head, because you're providing a direct connection?

Did anyone of that group take physics? Ever?
 
2014-05-16 10:00:54 AM
Probably because EVERYONE knows about it and where it is located.  I'm sure they relocated it somewhere and it will be a while before the people who spend 24/7 looking for things on google earth, and an earthview update, before they locate its new home LOL.
 
2014-05-16 10:25:01 AM

tlars699: Wait- so, hold on- Tin Foil hats supposedly bounce radio waves  off of heads?
Considering the conductivity of tin, wouldn't that just encourage the electromagnetic waves to bounce  into your head, because you're providing a direct connection?

Did anyone of that group take physics? Ever?


http://web.archive.org/web/20111210062 743/http://berkeley.intel-resear ch.net/arahimi/helmet/

/On mobile...
 
2014-05-16 10:29:27 AM

fasahd: R.I.P HARP
[static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]


Awesome.  I always wanted to go to Club Baby Seal.
 
2014-05-16 10:54:36 AM
That was a fun zone to fight in Xmen Ledgends 1
 
2014-05-16 11:02:52 AM

tlars699: Wait- so, hold on- Tin Foil hats supposedly bounce radio waves  off of heads?
Considering the conductivity of tin, wouldn't that just encourage the electromagnetic waves to bounce  into your head, because you're providing a direct connection?

Did anyone of that group take physics? Ever?


"tin" foil is actually made from aluminum, but your point is still valid.
 
2014-05-16 11:19:02 AM

CeroX: bmwericus: like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a Spork

Wait...

The plastic disposable ones from KFC? Or the Titanium ones from Think Geek?


I'll give you a fair go, try the Ti one.  Be sure to take pics....
 
2014-05-16 01:02:36 PM

Some Coke Drinking Guy: HAARP only probably lasted as long as it did, because it probably kept our enemies wondering what the hell it actually was.   Hell, I've wondered what the hell it really was, and I don't normally stay clear of conspiracy theories.  Always figured it was just part of some electronic jamming device to throw off the navigation gear on Russian missiles coming in over the pole.  That made more sense than trying to get electricity from the air.


I've been there and one of the Proffs on my Committee was the PI. It is a facility to study the upper atmosphere. They had military funding as heating the atmosphere at a specific height (Which is what the facility did) could produce low frequency waves that traveled in the Earth-Ionosphere wave guide. These waves also could be detected deep in the water. The idea was that HAARP could send signals to subs so they'd know when to surface to get instruction. Because the signal would cover the globe, it wouldn't give away where the subs were. Unfortunately, to send the signal, you have to have an aurora going on overhead. The higher ups in the military didn't want to have to wait for solar activity to send out messages. In the mean time, many upper atmosphere studies were done. 

This thread needs a 'sad' tag. Closing HAARP is a blow to the scientific community and a victory for the conspiracy nut cases.
 
2014-05-16 02:39:00 PM

tlars699: Wait- so, hold on- Tin Foil hats supposedly bounce radio waves  off of heads?
Considering the conductivity of tin, wouldn't that just encourage the electromagnetic waves to bounce  into your head, because you're providing a direct connection?

Did anyone of that group take physics? Ever?


You're ignorant. The tin foil hat thing was documented by John Keel and made popular by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson in one of their illuminatis books. In the novel the whole point was to deflect government mind control LASERS, which might be a beam of light. Tin foil reflects/deflects light nicely depending on how crumply you make your hat.
 
2014-05-16 03:54:16 PM
Shutting down HAARP, huh? I'll believe that as soon as those funny clouds go away:

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/ooga booga
 
2014-05-16 07:12:52 PM

tlars699: Wait- so, hold on- Tin Foil hats supposedly bounce radio waves  off of heads?
Considering the conductivity of tin, wouldn't that just encourage the electromagnetic waves to bounce  into your head, because you're providing a direct connection?

Did anyone of that group take physics? Ever?


Zactly. It's what you put on your rabbit ears when you have crap OTA TV reception.
 
2014-05-17 04:24:45 AM

Some Coke Drinking Guy: HAARP only probably lasted as long as it did, because it probably kept our enemies wondering what the hell it actually was.   Hell, I've wondered what the hell it really was, and I don't normally stay clear of conspiracy theories.  Always figured it was just part of some electronic jamming device to throw off the navigation gear on Russian missiles coming in over the pole.  That made more sense than trying to get electricity from the air.


I thought it was a way to communicate with submarines using very low frequencies..?
 
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