the swan song we call H.A.A.R.P.

 i can't get over people deciding that something built on the ground, pointed up at the sky which is described in it's own patent (and these are quotes from the patent) ...

*weather modification by altering solar absorbtion (ie THE OZONE LAYER)* ALSO *altering the composition of the atmosphere*, 

"method and apparatus for altering a region in hte atmosphere, ionosphere, and/or magnetosphere... 

"a method and apparatus for altering at least one selected region which normally exists above the earth's surface. the region is excited by electron cyclotron resonance heating to thereby increase its charged particle density" 

...cannot affect our entire atmosphere. 

can anyone tell me whether steam has a increased or DECREASED density compared to water? i've forgotten what happened the last time i boiled water, but i imagine that the same would have happened to the atmosphere - it would all of a sudden become a lot thinner. can anyone say "hold your breath"? when this baby was first switched on, we LOST part of our atmospheric volume - shot of into outerspace as they were superheated by the haarp beam. and it happens every time. 

because, seriously, can anyone within their wildest imaginings come up with a way that this energetic beam, transmitted from the ground up into our skies, could have possibly affected only one "layer" up in our atmosphere and not every single "layer" it passed through right out into space?

here is another picture straight off the patent document - 

those sections in the ground apparently are for liquid gas extraction so it can also be used for mining, if you want to believe everything in the patent. 

now i'm no physicist, but i think it would be safe to say that a machine which transmits a huge beam of microwave energy - like the haarp does - builds up a mammoth amount of heat and would require constant cooling. so i'd say the reason locations such as the south pole (for the original one) and alaska were chosen were so the cooling systems could be embedded into the cold hard bedrock beneath.

but why is there reason to believe that a top-secret military project was built and activated in the south pole. because the effects were observed. 

here is a diagram of the antartica showing the ozone layer thickness between years 1982 and 1994. this comes from the hardcover book titled "Weather - Revised and Updated", published as a revised edition 2007 by The Five Mile Press Pty Ltd, victoria, australia. original copyright 1996 US Weldon Owen Ltd and Weldon Owen Pty Ltd. ISBN:978-1-74178-762-7. while you are looking at this i want you to ask yourself just one question - how do you poke a hole in the atmosphere? remember the ozone is just a layer of air that we have given a different name to. so, is there any little home science experiment that anyone can come up with to explain how air *naturally* thins itself in one spot only?? remember, you aren't allowed to use anything solid like a glass tube, and do something to the air or water in that. i think somebody would have noticed a gigantic beaker if there was one over the south pole by now. 

the writing is as follows - THE OZONE HOLE over Antarctica, shown in dark red and pink (above), has grown since the early 1980s. The colours represent ozone concentrations, from dark red for the lowest, through pink, blue, and yellow, to green for the highest. 

... one has to wonder who's teritorial bases were under the center of it at the time, and whether it was "gradual" as claimed - and if it was, why wasnt it noticed earlier?? - or a rather sudden consequence of an american experiment. and note the rather small band of pink around the red bit in the 1986 map. a drastic drop in a relatively small area. one also has to wonder if chloroflourocarbons (CFC) was just a scapegoat used to cover the real cause up. the answer to the first question is under that pink blob is the usa's amundsen-scott south pole base. 

the other obvious thing to point out at the end of all this is that the ozone layer didn't magically "heal itself", as they call it on the news. this layer of slow moving heavy gases simply closed over, resulting in an overall thinning of the ozone layer which protects our world and makes life on our planet possible.

V Bennett,
14 Mar 2011, 02:06