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Holes in Heaven: Clip— An Overview of HAARP Technologies
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This introductory clip from the documentary video ”Holes in Heaven” gives an overview of HAARP related topics, including a brief technical description of how HAARP type ionospheric installations work, and various potential uses for the technology including for communication, weather control, and military applications. Also spoken about are potential dangers associated with their use.

Following is a written desciption of the information in this clip:

The late Carl Sagan said ”We’ve arranged a global civilization in which most crucial elements profoundly depend on science and technology. We’ve also arranged things so that almost no one understands science or technology. We might get away with it for a while, but sooner or later this combustible mixture of ignorance and power is going to blow up in our faces.”

The Earth’s atmosphere and ionosphere could be thought of as a thick soap bubble which is a membrane— an electrically charged shield around the Earth protecting all life from deadly solar radiation.

In 1912, the visionary genius Nikola Tesla (SP) saw ways to effect the ionosphere. He also developed alternating current, high frequency radio technology, and [ allegedly ] free energy. He experimented with electromagnetic waves and envisioned altering the weather and creating shields around the Earth to protect us from missiles, and he claimed he knew how to split the Earth in two.

In 1985, plasma physicist Bernard Eastlund applied for patents that claimed to make many of Tesla’s ideas real, with many becoming the blueprint for ”HAARP,” which stands for ”High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program.” The program makes use of existing natural gas on the north slope of Alaska as an energy source to power gigantic antennas which beam high frequency energy into the upper atmosphere creating on a small scale what the sun normally does. Eastlund explains that he originated some ideas for military applications and beneficial civilian applications.

Rich Garcia, Director of Public Relations for HAARP, explains that one of the reasons they are doing this is to improve communication with satellites when electrical disturbances naturally exist in the atmosphere.

John Heckcher, the project manager for HAARP, explains that the program began with a Congressional insertion in the appropriations bill of fiscal year 1990, in which Congress directed the Defense department to explore the potential of using the auroral regions for improving communication, navigation, and surveillance. He explains that from there the assignment came that the Navy and the Air Force were to manage the program.

Eastlund explains that applications discussed in the patent included destroying missiles, communications control and disruption, modifying weather, and lifting a portion of the upper atmosphere further out into space where it would be able to deflect missile trajectories.

Garcia explains that when they beam radio frequencies up into the ionosphere, they can heat it up to 1600 degrees which is normally what the sun does.

Dr. Nick Flanagan, an electromagnetic specialist explains that the ionosphere of the Earth has an enormous amount of energy with 8,000 thunderstorms going on at any one time with millions of amperes of energy being created by those storms, with HAARP potentially adding a triggering effect.

Brooks Agnew, an Earth Tomographer, explains that in 1983 he used only 30 watts of power beamed into the ground to be able to find 26 oil wells over a nine state area with 100% accuracy, and HAARP uses a billion watts beamed straight into the ionosphere for experiments. He shows strings of a piano being plucked, explaining each represents a layer of the Earth with its own frequency. He says when he beamed radio waves into the ground he was able to find what was underneath by the tones being generated, such as natural gas and crude oil having their own frequencies. He says he used only 30 watts, and if the same process would be attempted with a billion watts the entire piano and the whole house would shake, and the vibrations could be so severe underground that they could even cause an earthquake.

Garcia explains that HAARP is not the only installation like it in the world, but it has some capabilities that are better than the others such as being able to change the frequencies, being able to direct the energy beam, and it has more power than some of the other installations.

Eastlund explains that he chose the phased array antennas because they can be aimed, similar to holding a microwave oven in your hand with the door open.

Heckcher explains that the portion of the sky where the energy is inserted can be chosen and aimed at.

Garcia explains that HAARP can create some of the effects the sun creates that are similar to the Aurora Borealis, and it can paint designs in the sky.

Heckcher explains HAARP can squeeze a megawatt energy into a narrow beam which creates an ”effective gigawatt” beam in a small area.

Garcia is shown claiming HAARP is safe, but biophysicist Dr. Beverly Rubik explains that the Earth is made of a web of connections and it not fully understood what happens when we blast the upper atmosphere with a huge amount of energy.

Electromagnetic specialist Dr. Patrick Flanagan explains that it takes a tiny amount of energy to release a huge amount of energy such as with a bullet, and HAARP is playing with the energy system of the earth.

Garcia explains that 18 different colleges and universities are working the program with the scientists at HAARP, and John Heckcher is shown claiming that HAARP has ”no [ lasting ] effect” on the Earth.

Flanagan explains that HAARP began in 1980s when people were just learning about ”chaos theory”— where a tiny stimulus can change the dynamics of a living system like the human body or the whole Earth, and she does not think that the people who developed HAARP were even aware of that science or its impact on the life sciences.

Plasma physicist Bernard Eastlund explains that it is possible for a HAARP beam to take a part of the atmosphere and push it up further.

Earth Tomographer Brooks Agnew says that they are not paying attention to the ionosphere while it is being held 80 miles out into space by this high energy beam. He says during that time the ionosphere is heating up and creating energy that can discharge back down the radio beam and strike the earth with 100 times the energy released from a thunderbolt.

Dr. Nick Begich, Co-Author of ”Angels Don’t Play This HAARP” explains that it is acknowledged that HAARP can lift the ionosphere but they claim that since it is only for a short period of time it is not a problem. However, when you lift the ionisphere up, the lower atmosphere rushes in to fill that void which changes localized weather patterns.

Jeane Manning, Co-Author of ”Angels Don’t Play This HAARP” explains that it may be possible that enough holes could be created in the ionosphere by HAARP to damage it, and Garcia is then shown explaining that it is only similar to putting your hand in water which temporarily takes up space, but when you pull your hand out the water goes back together again.

Space Physics Advisor for HAARP Dr. Joseph Kan says that the ”hole” means only that the neutral density of the section of the ionisphere has been somewhat modified,

That Narrator explains that the ”hole” would be at least 30 miles long, half a mile deep, and 50 - 60 miles above the Earth.

Flanagan explains that hundreds of satellites have interactions with the ionosphere and they are all creating their own holes.

Dr. Rubik explains that not only HAARP but technologies such as sattelites, rockets, space shuttle flights are all creating ”holes in heaven.”

Jean Manning says that the ionosphere is dynamic and always changing, so nobody knows exactly where ”enough is enough.”

Plasma physicist Bernard Eastlund says that at HAARP's biggest strength suggested, if you beamed it for an hour and a half it would equal the energy in a hydrogen bomb. He explains the analogy of putting a small battery into a pen light which will create a small light for a long time, but when you put the same battery into a camera flash, the accumulated burst of light from the energy in the battery could blind you. He says HAARP can be made stronger simply by adding additional elements, and the proposal specified a design that could be expanded.

It is explained that the first ”module” of HAARP is called the ”development prototype,” which is 48 antennas in a 6 x 8 grid with sends the energy generated in the ”trailers” at the base of each up into the ionosphere. It is planned to greatly expand the strength of the facility, but nobody knows what the safe limit of strength would be.



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