#5: The US Government’s Secret Earthquake Guns
Deep within the bowels of Alaska, just past the secret installation that can generate a noise that only Al Gore can hear, lies the HAARP, or the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program array.
A joint venture between the Navy, the Air Force, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), HAARP is a project that analyzes the Earth’s ionosphere, in order to research new applications of radio communication, and studies the characteristics of our planet’s protective layers.
HAARP’s primary goal is to study the ionosphere—the atmospheric layer comprised of charged particles which helps protect us from solar radiation, and lets us enjoy AM radio from faraway places at night—by “heating,” or temporarily exciting small portions of the ionosphere and analyzing the kinds of radio-band radiation that are emitted by the particles as they “calm down,” back to their humdrum, charged-particle lives.
Its secondary goal is to drive progressives crazy with conspiracy theories, apparently.
According to BeforeItsNews.com, one of those “citizen reporting” blogs that progressives love to get their “9/11-was-an-inside-job” jollies from, the US military is engaging in “earthquake [warfare]” with parties unknown, and the victims are China, Haiti, Chile, and other places around the world that have experienced earthquakes since the HAARP radio array was built.
Pravda, the state-run media outlet of Russia whose name translates as “Truth,” reported in 2010 that “the Russian Northern Fleet indicates that the earthquake that devastated Haiti was clearly the result of a test by the U.S. Navy through one of its earthquake weapons and drew up a diagram of linear succession in relation to earthquakes reported to have occurred by chance to the same depth in Venezuela and Honduras.”
While an old Russian saying goes “in the Pravda (the Truth) there is no news, and in the news there is no truth,” the state-run newspaper claims that “the U.S. ‘advanced a lot’ in the state of its earthquake weapons and, according to these reports, they now use equipment with pulse, plasma and […] electromagnetic and sonic technology together with “shock wave bombs.’”
“Heating” the ionosphere is an electromagnetic process, not a kinetic one. There simply is no mechanism known to Earth science, in which enough energy could be transferred from ionospheric excitation of particles, to moving billions of tons of crustal material. None.
Also, while the Earth does possess a magnetic field, which is affected by HAARP’s research in extremely localized areas (tens or hundreds of square kilometers, compared to the atmosphere’s hundreds of thousands of square kilometers; a difference of at least two orders of magnitude), it is the iron-nickel core’s revolutions that generate the field, not the crust.
In other words, electromagnetic energy fields are the realm of the core and the upper atmosphere, and kinetic and potential energy is the realm of the crust and the inhabitants who dwell upon it.