Hurricanes get their power from the evaporation of sea water. It’s everyone’s common experience that if you get out of a swimming pool, you’re wet. And even if it’s a hot day you can feel cold. Particularly if it’s windy. Because the evaporation of water from your skin is drawing heat out of your body. Well exactly the same thing happens over the ocean in a hurricane. The winds of the hurricane evaporate sea water and draw heat out of the ocean. That water vapor condenses into cloud in the eye wall of an hurricane. And the faster the wind blows the more water evaporates and the more energy is supplied to the storm.
…but even in its current incarnation it’s the largest ionospheric heater in the world. Capable of heating a 1000 square kilometer area of the ionosphere to over 50,000 degrees. It’s also a phased array. Which means it’s steerable and it can point where it wants to point. You can make those waves go where you want. What they have found is that by sending radio frequency energy up and focusing it, as they do with these kinds of instruments, it causes a heating effect. And, that heating literally lifts the ionosphere within a 30 mile diameter area therein changing localized pressure systems or perhaps the route of jet streams. The idea of moving a jet stream is a phenomenal event in terms of man being able to do this. The problem is we cannot model the system adequately. Long term consequences of atmospheric heating are unknown. Changing weather in one place can have a devastating downstream effect. And H.A.A.R.P. has already been accused of modifying the weather.