By Nick Begich
The U. S. executive has a brand new ground-based "Star Wars" weapon that is being verified within the distant bush state of Alaska. This new approach manipulates the surroundings in a manner which can:
* Disrupt human psychological processes.
* Jam all worldwide communications systems.
* switch climate styles over huge areas.
* intervene with flora and fauna migration patterns.
* Negatively impact your health.
* Unnaturally effect the Earth's higher atmosphere.
The U.S. army calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency lively Auroral examine Project). yet this skybuster isn't in regards to the Northern lighting fixtures. This gadget will activate lighting by no means meant to be artificially manipulated.
Their first goal is the electrojet - a river of electrical energy that flows millions of miles throughout the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrqjet turns into a vibrating synthetic antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation dropping rain in the world. The U.S. army can then "X-ray" the earth and consult submarines. yet there's even more they could do with HAARP. This publication unearths surprises from mystery conferences.
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