Now, a similar event has ocurred: just how many nations have HAARP-like facilities, and where?, I wondered.
HAARP is an ionospheric heater with a large array of huge antennae. It is supposedly to do research, but what it is really for is anyone's guess: the federal government is involved, as well as DARPA. Many claim that when the ionosphere is heated it rises like a bubble, creating a space the atmosphere and its jet streams flow into. This tampering with jet streams at certain times and places could easily alter weather around the world. Sounds logical, though this blogger fails to see how any of this causes earthquakes, which it is frequently blamed for as well. Whatever its purpose, what countries do have ionospheric heaters? If they are opposing nations could they be using them as weather-weapons upon one another?
It turns out the conspiracists have latched onto this like piranhas after goldfish. There is one map that everyone reposts endlessly, which connects all of their alleged HAARP-like sites with lines, implying they are synced somehow as well. The few remaining maps out there show dozens, some even hundreds of places as being facilities. How can there be that many, and how do antenna arrays pointed straight up to affect the ionosphere connect like microwave beams on cell towers? They don't.
Exasperated at all of the conspiratorical nonsense some have tied into this, as well as their dot-happy maps which make no sense, I looked into it my own way. The most logical and scarce maps said what? Official sources said what? Logic demanded what? Few nations have the funds nor scientists to build these things on a whim, nor any reasons to. Though India has many brainy scientists and a large budget, they have bigger concerns than the plasmatics of the ionosphere, such as hunger, Pakistani threats, overpopulation, and animal control. So do they really have a string of 24 HAARP-type facilities down their East coast as some maps show?
Any site that even mentions certain words can be considered inaccurate information sources, as their authors are nuts. So if you get onto a website and you see any of the following words, take it all with a grain of salt (if they believe in that garbage they will say anything as the gullible hypesters they are): illuminati, NWO, orgone, FEMA coffins, Clinton, real ID, microchip, nibiru, planet x, mena, leer, lazar, and others. I am not one of those so-called 'skeptics' that poo-poos everything with my nose in the air. I do believe UFOs are real, and have an interest in bigfoot and cryptozoology. I also know the government is a secretive corporate funded evil entity that compulsively lies to the public, wastes our money, and does all kinds of stuff to endanger us. But does that mean we all have to go bananas making outlandish accusations without a scintilla of proof? Just like we have 'troops' in Russia, just like we have 'FEMA coffins', just like there are hundreds of HAARP arrays around the world....You gotta use common sense and demand a little evidence at some point.
So there are things like the "Omaha HAARP facility", which many think is in place because of a youtube vid showing a few radio towers with a cornfield under them. What disinfo could I post for my amusement? Maybe I will say there is a giant robot alien being held in a silo in Nebraska, and I bet thousands will latch onto that in no time. (Will do that, and keep you updated on its net-viral status...)
Digressing, after I combined the info from official sites and the few believable independent sites, it is not too hard to form an accurate, logical picture of the real situation. Which is this:
There is a four-plex facility in Alaska. There is another array in Puerto Rico via the Arecibo dish. A consortium of five European nations runs another array in Norway. There is another one in Russia near Moscow. There is a network of 34 radars (called SuperDARN) across the globe that keep track of the ionosphere, which may or may not feed info to any one or more of the heating arrays.
So, the USA, Norway as host for Western Europe , and Russia have these facilities. That seems to be it. So much for the mega-dot maps.
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