Nick Begich's Angels Don't Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology PDF
By Nick Begich
The U. S. executive has a brand new ground-based "Star Wars" weapon that's being proven within the distant bush state of Alaska. This new method manipulates the surroundings in a manner which can:
* Disrupt human psychological processes.
* Jam all international communications systems.
* switch climate styles over huge areas.
* intrude with natural world migration patterns.
* Negatively impact your health.
* Unnaturally impression the Earth's top atmosphere.
The U.S. army calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency energetic Auroral examine Project). yet this skybuster isn't really concerning the Northern lighting fixtures. This machine will activate lighting fixtures by no means meant to be artificially manipulated.
Their first objective is the electrojet - a river of electrical energy that flows millions of miles throughout the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrqjet becomes a vibrating man made 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 booklet finds surprises from mystery conferences.
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Extra resources for Angels Don't Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology
Although they had a heateT before Alaska or Norway, the university had to give up operating theirs after the neighbors complained. Firefighters in northeastern Canada, foT example, had high frequency radios on board their airplanes. Although Penn State's ionospheric heater was not on the same frequency, it was so strong that the airplane radios would "kind of blank out", recalls Ferraro. "We developed cooperative techniques; we would shut down whenever they wanted us to, but it became so difficult that we just had to give up.
They're a big defense contractor. " When Eastlund walked into the meeting room that day in the 1980's to give a presentation, he was aware of the senior scientist's presence. Eastlund had a collection of transparencies ready to slap onto the audiovisual table, to illustrate his new concept for focusing a powerful beam of radio-frequency or microwave energy onto the ionosphere. He had several reasons to expect approval. For one, whoever would fire up electrical generators to power his proposed giant transmitter could be a big paying customer for ARCO's natural gas fields on the North Slope of Alaska, "I came in with my viewgraphs," Eastlund recalls.
I showed one viewgraph on the location of the North Slope of Alaska. Where the earth's magnetic field is, where Russia is, and everything. " Eastlund didn't have to show the next slide. The idea clicked and the military contractor apparently wanted to just think about it foT a minute. ' I didn't have to show any of the detail," Eastlund said with obvious pride. "It's that kind of a concept. In fact, dealing with knowledgeable people, I never made it beyond the third view graph. " The senior scientist whom Eastlund impressed is an inventor who has patents on microwave technology, electron optics and guided missiles.
Angels Don't Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology by Nick Begich