The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) station in Gakona, Alaska, will be closed, according to the U.S. Air Force. Some observers believe the facility is able to control the weather. HAARP has also been blamed by some people for earthquakes, floods, the destruction of TWA flight 800 in 1996, and the space shuttle Columbia in 2003. Most scientists say these events are well beyond the capabilities of the HAARP station.
Thus, power can generated on the ground and then sent through the air to the upper areas of the atmosphere miles above the surface of the planet.
This is disinformation... Or a way to privatize and make the projects more secret it's funny that they used to have to publish all info that they recorded now they don't do any of that???
As you obviously are not able to research anything on you company computers, maybe you would Google this at home instead of writing stupid bollocks such as you display here. It is after all a Tech site so inform your masters at the Pentagon that you have been rumbled!
Look up the patent for a start and research Tesla. Maybe you will learn something worth writing about!
HAARP is based on physicist Bernard J. Eastlund's U.S. Patent from 1987 titled "Method and Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth's Atmosphere, Ionosphere, and/or Magnetosphere" (US #4,686,605). Eastlund's patent is based, in part, on the works of Nikola Tesla, who first suggested that RF could transmit approximately one watt per cubic centimeter to any point on the planet without the use of wires.