The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program or HAARP is an ionospheric research program aimed at studying the ionosphere. It is currently located in Gakona, Alaska.
HAARP was originally created in 1993 to study the behavior of the ionosphere, funded by the U.S Air Force, U.S Navy, DARPA or the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Since the U.S military took total control over the program it has been developed into a weapon of many purposes.
How Does HAARP Work?
The final IRS build of the HAARP has 180 antenna units, organized in 15x12(15 columns 12 rows), yielding a maximum gain of 31 dB. HAARP can broadcast radio waves up or down, it depends on what the purpose is(Weather Control or causing Earthquakes). The antenna units can shoot waves into the ionosphere, which causes the atmosphere to heat. It can also be used to shoot waves into the Earth.
Uses of HAARP
- Weather Control
- Mood Control
- Creating Natural Disasters such Earthquakes by manupilating the stability of Earth's tectonic plates