This interesting full-length documentary describes a massive radio-transmitter in Alaska operated by the Department of Defense known as the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP).
Based on the best selling book Angels Don't Play This HAARP, narrator Dr. Nick Begich presents a compelling discussion of one of the important military advances of the United States government. The technology is designed to manipulate the environment in a number of ways that can jam all global communications, disrupt weather systems, interfere with migration patterns, disrupt human mental processes, negatively affect your health and disrupt the upper atmosphere.
In the book Trust Us We're Experts, the authors pull together some compelling data describing the science of creating public opinion in <st1:country-region>
It's important not to unthinkingly trust what you hear, whether the information comes from the government, from a corporation, or from another source.
Do your own research, listen to all sides, and come to your own conclusions.
You should take control of your own mind, just as you should take control of your own health.
On Vital Votes, Dr. Matthew Loop from
"As quantum physics and electromagnetic science have confirmed, HAARP makes it possible to control the human brain, modify the weather, and perform many other 'Star Wars' tasks! This is pretty frightening if you are aware of all the propaganda that is spread from Big Brother on a regular basis. We are told, in a similar fashion like the children that were sprayed with DDT years ago, that this technology is harmless. As a student of science, I'm not convinced!"
However, Mac from
"I don't know why HAARP is getting all this attention. Just a cursory look at the information available turns up many ionospheric heaters around the world, some just as powerful as HAARP ... I suspect a combination of Alaskans having an issue with this site operating for local reasons, then the 'Area 51 trilateral commission' fans join in, and Hollywood money and media attention makes it a powerful story. But as far as I can tell that's just what it is: a story."