Is HAARP your satellite system?

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Was thinking what HAARP could really be. While we are told it is for research, and then we’re told by the ALT media it’s for creating earthquakes (talk about God-like power) and doing other fear-creating things, I posit that perhaps it’s our satellite system, or at least, an enhancement to what satellites that I doubt exist are purported to do.

The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) was an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).[1]

The most prominent instrument at the HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a high-power radio frequency transmitter facility operating in the high frequency (HF) band. The IRI is used to temporarily excite a limited area of the Ionosphere. Other instruments, such as a VHF and a UHF radar, a fluxgate magnetometer, a digisonde (anionospheric sounding device), and an induction magnetometer, are used to study the physical processes that occur in the excited region.

via High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Since I’m convinced NASA lies,then there is no reason to believe that satellites exist, since NASA controls, via their worldwide space alliances, space

.Satellites : general discussion and musings • Cluesforum.info is a good link to see what I’m speaking of.

Now if HAARP is worldwide, which makes sense, that explains how they can get the coverage. GPS, satellite phones.

I always wondered why planes couldn’t make use of satellites for communications. After all, there should be less interference from them to the satellites above. If there were satellites, then the planes would have been able to communicate in real time all their in flight data, which would be far more useful then looking for black boxes at the bottom of the ocean.

However, if satellites don’t exist, that would explain why planes never had such systems. A ground based radio system probably seems like it would be far more difficult to keep a signal. Just ask anyone with a cell phone how well they work, even today.

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6 thoughts on “Is HAARP your satellite system?

  1. rickpotvin

    What is it about HAARP that allows digital radio signals to bounce off the ionosphere since ONLY low frequency used to be able to bounce (am radio at night, ham). Is it that when they excite the ionosphere that it can THEN reflect higher frequency em waves like tv and gps? Does that mean that they are PERMANENTLY heating up the ionosophere in selected locations via haarp to act as better high freqency reflectors? How far can you go in describing what you think is certain here given all the other fakery going on? THIS one is really good because its timely given the missing plane. Thanks.

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    1. ab Post author

      Listen Rick I know little if anything more than you! Pure speculation. Using digital signal encoding allows an exponential amount more info to be sent using the very same analog frequencies. This can only be done thanks to the ubiquitous microprocessor that gets smaller by the decade.

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      1. rickpotvin

        ok– just wondering why you were CERTAIN that Haarp was the system. I think the em waves that carry modulated signals are called “carrier waves”. We know HAARP excites/heats the ionosphere. It could be that the “hotter” ions that move faster– due to the HAARP network– can indeed reflect higher frequency digital signal carrier waves. OTHERWISE, a SLOW ION blanket will let FASTER high frequency waves get through. Here are some results of a search that I’ll follow up on — to see if we’re right. www.google.com/search?hl=en&#0…

        You’re doing more than pure speculating here– you’re proposing a mechanism that has arguably reasonable physics that provides us with some of what thye’re claiming are satellite services– as far as signal reflection. How they get pictures in various bandwidths of light would still require a high altitude camera– but for that, I wonder if the U2’s are still flying around? Apparently they ARE!!!
        www.google.com/search?q=u2+fli…

        With digital signals carried on high frequency analog waves– reflected off “hot HAARP heated ionosphere”.. and with U2’s still flying, that covers a lot of what they say satellites do– without the satellites!

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  2. lux

    I suspect this is true. HAARP began in the 1990s which is also when the GPS system went into “full operational capability” so I suspect that HAARP is at least responsible for our GPS systems.

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    1. rickpotvin

      I recall reading about HAARP in 1985 in hi tech science mags. I didn’t realize, as the map above shows, they’re worldwide. The impression is there is ONE in Alaska… and maybe a few copycat units in Russia and eslewhere. But the map above clearly shows an integrated network. I’ve been trying to figure out how they use ground or aerial based systmes for so called sat trans — the high frequencies go right through the ionosphere. Only short wave works. UNLESS of course- the mystery of HAARP is, after all, the true sat network. How far back “comsats” go– is now key to find out .My interest in this perked up with the sat search for the mising plane. What are they really doing if theyre are no sats? Of course there is no plane so this is moot. Still it raises the question of how my DISHTV works. More of my discussion on a forum where gadgets don’t slow the process down… www.network54.com/Forum/153202…

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      1. ab Post author

        I would say that with the advent of digital signals, so much more could be packed into these same radio waves. With the power of processors becoming so small, these decoders could take that same old signal for “satellite” TVs, radio, phone, and other transmissions. I am certain HAARP IS the system.

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