HAARP has nothing to do with 2012
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HAARP (High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) has nothing to do with 2012. Many various claims have been made about 'HAARP' over the years, almost all of which are complete nonsense.

What is HAARP?

HAARP is the "High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program". It is located near Gakona, in Alaska. It is a joint research project by the University of Alaska and the U.S. Air Force. It is not a classified project. It's research, goals and results are all publicly available on the ?HAARP website and Wikipedia.

What does it do?

HAARP seeks to study how the ionosphere affects radio transmissions. We depend on radios that transmit through the atmosphere daily (for things like television, satellite radio, GPS, etc). This layer of the atmosphere is constantly bombarded by the radiation and particles from the Sun. During the course of the day, the upper atmosphere becomes ionized (electrically charged) which makes it less transparent to radio signals. HAARP seeks to study this interaction.

Claims made about HAARP

It seems that where the HAARP scientists said that they were going to bombard our own atmosphere - they were bombarding the sun instead. I don't know if you follow space weather at all, but the sun was supposed to reach its peak and diminish, but instead has continually gotten worse As a result, earth weather is also out of control. Sunspots, solar storms; what is going on is not just sunspots - but huge explosions.1


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