In addition there’s a third application of this particular use of the H.A.A.R.P. system. If you increase a power level even higher, you can create what are called bit errors in the computers, the on board avionic computers, controlling the flight of incoming objects. So as to cause the computers to fail and the objects to crash. At an even higher level of energy you can create another effect where actually electronic components melt causing the missiles to disable and crash.Those are just some of the applications based on the patents.
the way I ended up getting involved in the H.A.A.R.P. story was reading an obscure journal article in an Australian publication called Nexus talking about H.A.A.R.P. and it mentioned the first 3 patents from Bernard Eastlund. What I did then is go to the library, pull those patents, review those patents, and they reference and couple of New York Times articles. One from 1915 and one from 1940. What struck me as I read those was….you know ..who was doing this kind of work in 1915 and 1940 and the first thing that jumped to mind is it’s gotta’ be Tesla. And when in fact I pulled those original patents it talked about a new weapons system with huge potentials. Potentials that would in fact would even melt electric circuits on airplanes many miles away, and this was early just after the turn of the century and moving into the beginnings of World War II.