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I noticed no comments from any scientists on the current Haarp project going on in Alaska. Dr. Nick Begich the author of "Angeles Don't Play This HAARP" says the project (at full capasity) possibly could harm the earth's ionosphere, dissrupt human mental process,and could change and alter weather patterns on the planet. I have also noticd although the project is currently being conduvted that the media isn't saying much about it or the environmental concerns FEW scientists have mention in relation to HAARP. It is a known fact that megawatts of power and certain radio-electronic frequencies can do harm to the human brain as certain frequencies can enter the human brain. In the wrong hands Haarp could be used somewhat of a mind controling devise if you look at it this way wouldn't you think? The US Navy who runs the HAARP project in conjunction with the University Of Alaska says Haarp will be used for communication with submerged submarines and underground maping. No matter what this Haarp project is meant to do or become, it is still a device that penatrates the earth's ionosphere with megawatts of energy. This has to raise alot of concerns. The reason I think it isn't is because it is not known about by the public or vast scientists. I'm not saying it is a bad thing, I'm just curious to hear scientists thoughts on this project. I have heard that HAARP is a 'Ground Based Star Wars' system in development that will be able to jam communications anywhere in the world they point it at. I'm am at belief that if scientists know for a fact what this ammount of enegry can do then it just prpbably won't be used for ungergroung mapping and communication with subs. The HAARP Project is a real thing in operation today in Gakona Alaska, not some UFO-time travel bull story which is where this project seems to be placed in catagory of media relations. Just would like to hear some scientist thoughts on this. If it's not discussed on your 'Mad Scientist' web site then why would that be? Shouldn't an environmental concern such as a REAL project as Haarp be placed on your web site under 'earth scineces' or 'environmental sciences' at least? I am very curious as to why I haven't seen it on your web site and would like some comments. Thank You!
Re: The HAARP Project
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