The first topic today that we want to cover is updates on the HAARP story. The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project, which many people are familiar with. This project initially was a joint effort of the Air Force and Navy, to build large radio transmitters here in Alaska. These transmitters would occupy a huge area. Initially it was 48 antenna in the array. These are antennas that are 72ft tall, have a cross dipole so across the top you’ll see this type of a shape. These are about 70ft across, there’s 48 in the array. Eventually at the end of this coming summer, summer of 2005, we’ll be seeing 180 antennas in the array and eventually the full array will be 360 antenna.
The idea between the radio frequency generators is to focus radio frequency energy in a much different way than most of us think about radio frequency energy coming off of an antenna, if we think of it at all. But when you think about it, when you go back to the original companies that started this project, it was a company called Arco Power Technologies Inc which was a subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield, one of the largest oil and gas companies at that time operating in Alaska. They sold that subsidiary to Esystems, which is a large military contractor based in Washington DC, who later sold it to Raytheon, who later sold it to British Aerospace which now controls that technology. But in the course of that, one of the things that they had talked about was what’s called Earth penetrating tomography. This idea of sending a signal up into the ionosphere, oscillating that signal off the ionosphere, which actually causes that layer 30 miles above the Earth’s surface, to begin to vibrate in harmony with the signal on the ground causing it to act as a giant broadcast antenna sending that signal back down to the Earth. And it passes through the Earth and sea in the form of an ELF. An extremely low frequency signal. A very long wavelength that efficiently passes through the Earth. And that can be used for a number of things including Earth penetrating tomography, the idea of looking into the Earth, or in plain language it would be by comparison like X-raying the Earth. You’re looking into the Earth for underground mineral layers, underground shelters, nuclear facilities and the like.
Brooks (Agnew) concern was much broader in terms of what could be triggered with Earth penetrating tomography. And one of the things that he noted was, the effect of resonance. This idea of sending energy in, it harmonizes in such a way that causes the energy to actually to be more than the sum of the total. It’s like the old WWI stories where the armies were marching across wooden bridges in Europe, and some hours after they had marched across, the bridges would just collapse. And it was the rhythmic beat of the march across that bridge that set up essentially a vibration that eventually collapsed the entire structure. This idea of resonance when applied to Earth penetrating tomography at very high power levels causes concern for many scientists including Brooks Agnew. Because what he believes is possible, is to trigger events within the Earth. Geophysical events – earthquake, volcanic eruptions, the kinds of things that may already be on the edge of discharge, and with the right resonant energies added into the system, cause them to overload and actually fracture. In fact it was William Cohen who actually made the statement regarding weapons of mass destruction and the idea of generating earthquakes artificially.