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.
mike_d85: Are... are we doing something RESPONSIBLE with the military budget? Is that what's happening?
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.
I'll bet Ted is not amused. He's probably stewing down in Hell.
Ted SMASH. Ted SMASH all of you!
gilatrout: Everything is going to be fine. It is all in control by a civilian agency, NOAA\NOAA, Controlling the weather since 1976
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.
fasahd: R.I.P HARP[static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]
pi8you: Instead of scrapping it, I know there's at least one willing buyer out there:[img.fark.net image 850x474]
bmwericus: like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a Spork
CeroX: bmwericus: like trying to change the course of the Mississippi River with a SporkWait...The plastic disposable ones from KFC? Or the Titanium ones from Think Geek?
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?
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