What is HAARP?

(ORDO NEWS) — HAARP, short for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, is a research program that was created by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, and the University of Alaska. The program was designed to study the ionosphere, which is a region of the upper atmosphere that is located between about 50 and 600 kilometers above the Earth‘s surface.

The HAARP program uses a large array of antennas that are located in Gakona, Alaska, to transmit high-frequency radio waves into the ionosphere. These radio waves are used to heat a small area of the ionosphere, which creates a temporary hole in the ionosphere. Scientists can then study the effects of this hole on the ionosphere and the Earth’s magnetic field.

The main goal of the HAARP program is to understand how the ionosphere affects communications and navigation systems, and to develop new technologies that can use the ionosphere to improve these systems. For example, scientists hope that the research conducted at HAARP will lead to the development of new communication and navigation systems that can work in areas where traditional systems do not work well, such as in the Arctic and Antarctic regions.

Some people have claimed that HAARP can be used for other purposes, such as weather control, mind control, and even as a weapon. However, there is no scientific evidence to support these claims and the program’s creators have stated that HAARP is solely a research facility and has no other purposes.

It’s important to note that the HAARP program was shut down in 2014 due to budget constraints, and the site was transferred to the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The research that was conducted by HAARP is still ongoing and it is being continued by other institutions and universities.


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