Holes In Heaven? HAARP and Advances in Tesla Technology

The late Carl Sagan said (which is related to this documentary) “We’ve arranged a global civilization in which most crucial elements profoundly depend on science and technology. We’ve also arranged things so that almost no one understands science or technology. We might get away with it for a while, but sooner or later, this combustible mixture of ignorance and power is going to blow up in our faces”. This documentary film poses the question: Are we making Holes in Heaven? HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is a controversial high frequency radio transmitter, or “ionospheric heater,” which is believed to be descended from the works of Nikola Tesla and is operated by the U.S. Navy/Air Force and Phillip Laboratories in remote Gakona, Alaska.

Using HAARP, the military can focus a billion-watt pulsed radio beam into our upper atmosphere, ostensibly for ionospheric research. This procedure will form extremely low frequency waves and send them back to the Earth, enhancing communications with submarines and allowing us to “see” into the Earth, detecting anything from oil reserves to underground missile silos.

However, several researchers claim HAARP poses many dangers, including blowing thirty-mile holes in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. They also warn of possible disruption of the subtle magnetic energies of our Earth and ourselves. Holes in Heaven? is a prime example of grassroots filmmaking by producer Paula Randol-Smith and Emmy-winning director Wendy Robbins. Narrated by Martin Sheen, the documentary, investigates HAARP, its history and implications, and examines the dangers and benefits of high and low frequencies and of electromagnetic technology.

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  1. Truly need to watch this, it’s very interesting and life changing. Government isn’t always working in your best interests.

  2. It’s no surprise Martin Sheen narrates this. He believes in all sorts of kooky things.

  3. Stanford University professor Umran Inan told Popular Science that weather-control conspiracy theories were “completely uninformed,” explaining that “there’s absolutely nothing we can do to disturb the Earth’s [weather] systems. Even though the power HAARP radiates is very large, it’s minuscule compared with the power of a lightning flash—and there are 50 to 100 lightning flashes every second. HAARP’s intensity is very small.”

    Computer scientist David Naiditch characterizes HAARP as “a magnet for conspiracy theorists”, saying that HAARP attracts their attention because “its purpose seems deeply mysterious to the scientifically uninformed”. Journalist Sharon Weinberger called HAARP “the Moby Dick of conspiracy theories” and said the popularity of conspiracy theories often overshadows the benefits HAARP may provide to the scientific community. Austin Baird writing in the Alaska Dispatch said, “What makes HAARP susceptible to conspiracy criticism is simple. The facility doesn’t open its doors in the same way as other federally-funded research facilities around the country, and it doesn’t go to great efforts to explain the importance of its research to the public.”

  4. the public affairs man is on the level while the lead scientist is just a snickering little   freak and lier. 

  5. the public affairs man is on the level while the lead scientist is just a snickering little   freak and lier. 

  6. the public affairs man is on the level while the lead scientist is just a snickering little   freak and lier. 

  7. Pseudoscience at its most sickening. Until these fools know the potential consequences that place should be shut down!!

  8. The man in charge of public affairs for HAARP is just plain creepy.  

  9. The man in charge of public affairs for HAARP is just plain creepy.  

  10. All pseudoscience. It makes me sad to se how messed up some people are.

    • HAARP is operated under the United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research(AFOSR), part of the Physics and Electronics Directorate.

      The Physics and Electronics Directorate provides research and development in 3 broad areas:

      – Complex Electronics and Fundamental Quantum Processes
      – Plasma Physics and High Energy Density Nonequilibrium Processes
      – Optics, Electromagnetics, Communication, and Signal Processing

      More details on all this can be found at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base website, linked down below here.

      The primary area of note here is the Plasma and Electro-Energetic Physics division:

      “The objective of this program is to understand and control the interaction of electromagnetic energy and charged particles to produce useful work in a variety of arenas, including directed energy weapons, sensors and radar, electronic warfare, communications, novel compact accelerators, and innovative applications of plasma chemistry, such as plasma-enhanced combustion and plasma aerodynamics.

      While the focus of this effort is the generation and collective interaction of electromagnetic fields and plasmas, advances in the enabling technology of compact pulsed power, including innovative dielectric and magnetic materials for high-density energy storage, switching devices, and non-linear transmission lines are also of fundamental interest.

      Ideas for advancing the state-of-the-art in the following areas are strongly encouraged: highly efficient electron-beam-driven sources of microwave, millimeter-wave, and sub-millimeter coherent radiation (high power microwaves [HPM] and/or vacuum electronics), novel dispersion engineering via meta-material and photonic band gap structures, compact pulsed power, particle-field interaction physics, power-efficient methods to generate and maintain significant free-electron densities in ambient air, plasma chemistry at high pressure, and micro- and/or nano-device concepts based on coupling particle beam, pulsed power, and MEMS technology, especially for the development of “smart” microwave tubes.

      New concepts for the theory, modeling, and simulation of these physical phenomena are also of interest, including combined experimental/theoretical/simulation efforts that verify and validate innovative models.

      Ideas relating to plasmas and electro-energetic physics in space are of interest to this program, but researchers should also consult the programs in Space Power and Propulsion and in Space Sciences as described in this Broad Area Announcement to find the best match for the research in question.”

      (Quoted page)

      (Main Physics and Electronics Directorate page)

      Particularly noteworthy: “power-efficient methods to generate and maintain significant free-electron densities in ambient air” and the fact that electron density in Earth’s atmosphere plays a significant role in weather patterns.

      The terms ‘Generate and maintain’ free-electron densities indicates direct manipulation of things that can very much manipulate or otherwise influence the weather, not just casual research into natural phenomenon.

      HAARP just happens to use technology potentially capable of manipulating such things as electron density and was partially designed with weather manipulation in mind for it – that is the ability to increase ionospheric charge(heat it up) to influence the movement of jet streams to increase rain in dry areas and decrease rain in flooding areas, and other such humanitarian(not military) uses.

      It is no more pseudo-science than using cloud seeding as has been going on for 40+ years, and particularly using electric fields to ‘encourage’ rainfall as they do in Mexico, parts of South America and the Mid East(mainly Israel, Saudi Arabia and Dubai), it just can never to be truly scientifically proven that such weather manipulation techniques really work since there are so many factors that can influence weather, including many currently/still unknowns.

      How can anyone prove that just one factor that you created/influenced was what actually produced the rainfall you witness?

      But whether it can be scientifically proven or not the use of those systems has led to increases in rainfall in every area they are used that I am aware of, from a scientific standpoint it just can’t be completely ruled out that they are all just random natural occurring coincidences though…

      If HAARP is involved in such things unless someone at HAARP comes right out and says “yes we are manipulating the weather” there is absolutely no way to prove it scientifically, so it’s easy enough for them to deny and dismiss.

      If you personally feel the need to wait for that to happen before you can accept that it is at least a real scientific possibility that at least some level of weather manipulation can be achieved with HAARP technology then that is your prerogative.

      However there is no need to bash those who see enough evidence to not require that blunt admission, even if they do get carried away some times.

      If anyone deserves to be bashed it’s people who dismiss the entire notion of it while clearly having no actual understanding of the science behind it or even the publicly established research and development mandates for the Air Force division that runs HAARP that clearly state interest in technology that can in fact be used to manipulate weather patterns.

      Although it’s actually mainly electric all you really need to know to understand how HAARP technology works in regards to weather manipulation is an understanding that altering the temperature of air(or matter in any form) changes how it behaves.

      Add in the role of the electrical charge levels of cloud masses and repulsion and attraction principles in regards to each other and to the varying ‘ambient’ charge levels of different geological and topological conditions around Earth and near-Earth ‘space weather’ and you realize HAARP’s billion watt array does have the potential for incredible weather manipulation capabilities.

      However the U.S government is a signatory of an international treaty prohibiting such weather manipulation techniques and as such simply having the potential ability to do it doesn’t mean they actually are using it as such illegally.

      One requires evidence of strange, seemingly unnatural weather conditions and behavior to establish whether or not they are actually doing it, and as mentioned before due to the scientific difficulties in actually proving it what qualifies as evidence of ‘unnatural’ activity is a personal preference.

      A personal preference that is greatly influenced by the level of trust one has for the U.S government and military, and the ‘establishment’ in general(scientific, academic, etc.).

      I personally feel there is enough evidence of unusual activity to indicate that someone is at least experimenting with such technology, and HAARP is one of the top candidates, as too are the Russians since the Soviets were big into such research from the 40’s on and a number of array’s and antenna systems do exist that could be used(but most of them obviously aren’t as they are completely abandoned and rotting away as evidenced by being publicly accessible to anyone capable of reaching their remote locations – there are many photo’s of some of them online).

      As for mind control and other alleged uses – theoretically some level of mental ‘influencing’ is easily achievable with HAARP technology as altering the ambient electrical charge levels can effect the human psyche in many ways(most common is causing heightened or lowered emotional states). The implanting of messages in a persons brain for direct mind control is also theoretically possible due to the electrical frequencies both HAARP and the human brain make use of, but it’s far more difficult and I doubt such feats have been achieved yet, although I can’t rule out as quickly as you can.

      Anyways, browsing the AFOSR information on the Wright-Patterson website indicates very serious interest in research and development into areas directly related to all that ‘pseudo-science’ you dismiss so quickly.

      You better call or email and tell them they are wasting a lot of money on all that useless ‘pseudo-science’ crap, seeing as you obviously know better than all of their thousands of top scientists involved in such research.

      I may not agree with all of the conspiracy allegations against HAARP but the main ones of weather manipulation and mind control/influencing do have a legitimate scientific basis.

      However I do believe HAARP’s primary objective is research based and not action based(used as a weapon), though no doubt since under military control that research has at least a potential military application.

      Oh, and although it is an over-dramatization I don’t object to the use of the term ‘death ray’ in regards to the HAARP systems as the patent for the technology used by HAARP does reference Nikola Tesla’s ‘death ray’ research a number of times and as such to my mind it simply denotes the fact it is rooted in Tesla’s brilliant but quirky mind and not necessarily that it is actually being used in a nefarious way.

      But the term does get used by some who get a little carried away as a fear-mongering tactic, which I don’t approve of.

      Saying they are ‘messed up’ for actually having researched these matters in depth when you clearly have not and are ignorant to them is not called for, even when they do get carried away.

      It’s easy to get carried away for some people when you realize the long list of very real and quite frightening possibilities such research opens up, but many of the claims made against HAARP type technology are simply ‘possibilities’ and have never been truly validated.

      If someone starts confusing the theoretical possibilities with here-and-now realities then cautioning them on such behavior is certainly called for, attacking them on a personal level is not unless they initiate that behavior themselves.

      But dismissing both the realities and the possibilities in one fell swoop as ‘pseudo-science’ as you have is never called for.

      But of course that is only my personal opinion, and I’m sure you will disagree.

    • I know right 🙁 ppl actually believe this stuff…..makes me sad too!!!