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HAARP Plays One Last Song:

from anchoragepress.com on June 6, 2014
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HAARP Plays One Last Song?  
by AI2IA on June 6, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
“HAARP complies completely with all existing safety standards for electromagnetic radiation at all locations on or off site,” according to the HAARP website, and it points to an Environmental Impact Statement issued as part of the project’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process in the early ‘90s.

HAARP and its progeny will continue with "scientific" progress.

We have new words in our media now such as "geophysical" weapons, weather warfare, etc.

Out atmosphere used to be a clean place. Our sub-surface strata used to be a place of natural earth shifting and activity. This is all changed now.
 
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by KB2HSH on June 6, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
The 7 MHz EME experiment was amazing. That was a great night...hearing the transmitted tone, followed by the reflected tone.

John KB2HSH
 
HAARP Plays One Last Song:  
by ZENKI on June 7, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
It would be nice if they let hams use the HARP antennas as a special event station before its destroyed. It will make for a interesting propagation study. I wonder how effective such high gain high angles radiations would be in the real world.
 
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by KG4LJB on June 10, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
I wonder if HAARP equipment will become available on the surplus market? I can only imagine the goldmine of transmitter and amp goodies I'd love to get my hands on.
 
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