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Extensive Testing of HAARP, EISCAT Equipment (2003-2004)

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  • humlobotomist
    ... Here is an extract indicating extensive testing in 2003 and 2004, explaining a possible 24/7 hum generated from several joint heating opereations;
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2004
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      >These two articles are a must read, understanding the potential of
      >ionosperic heaters.

      Here is an extract indicating extensive testing in 2003 and 2004,
      explaining a possible 24/7 hum generated from several joint heating
      opereations;

      http://globalresearch.ca/articles/CHO409F.html

      http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/GIL401A.html

      In this regard, a report published by the Russian parliament (Duma)
      in 2002, suggests that the US Military had plans to test its weather
      modification techniques at its Alaska facility, as well as at two
      other sites:

      "The committees reported that the USA is planning to test three
      facilities of this kind. One of them is located on the military
      testing ground in Alaska and its full-scale tests are to begin in
      early 2003. The second one is in Greenland and the third one in
      Norway. (means EISCAT heating facility)

      "When these facilities are launched into space from Norway, Alaska
      and Greenland, a closed contour will be created with a truly
      fantastic integral potential for influencing the near-Earth medium,"
      the State Duma said.

      The USA plans to carry out large-scale scientific experiments under
      the HAARP program, and not controlled by the global community, will
      create weapons capable of breaking radio communication lines and
      equipment installed on spaceships and rockets, provoke serious
      accidents in electricity networks and in oil and gas pipelines and
      have a negative impact on the mental health of people populating
      entire regions, the deputies said. (Interfax News Agency, original
      Russian, BBC Monitoring, 8 August 2002, emphasis added)
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