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History since 2013

Detailfoto aus der Haarp-Anlage -Quelle: Offizielle HAARP-Webseite

HAARP interested people, there is news!

As communicated at the time, the plant was mothballed in 2013/14, the experiments ended and partial dismantling began. This was the official account, which was backed up with pictures of the closed gate at the plant. Let's not forget, however, that the plant in Gakona is much larger and includes several other partial facilities. The HAARP antennas are only the best known.

The Air Force officially planned to dismantle HAARP by the end of 2015. On August 11, 2015, the facility was handed over by U.S. Air Force General Tom Masiello to the heads of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Geophysical Institute, Brian Rogers and Bob McCoy. McCoy said interested scientists convinced him at a 2013 symposium that it would be valuable to preserve the site.

After some maintenance and repair work, they could announce on September 3, 2015: "HAARP is now open! However, at that time they still lacked official customers who wanted to use the facility for the planned 14-day campaigns with up to 10 hours of operation per day. The transmitters had not been started up since spring 2014, and HAARP had to be re-commissioned at a cost of $300 million up to the full expansion stage, and a government-backed loan of $2 million had been taken out with UAF, which has to be repaid.

On February 10, 2017, it was announced that new HAARP experiments were planned for the end of February 2017, including satellite ground experiments, to study their atmospheric effects, optical surveys of artificial auroras and over-the-horizon radar experiments. So everything, as usual! The scientific community was invited to follow the experiments live and to photograph the artificial light phenomena. Yes, and one could also use sensitive shortwave sensitive shortwave receivers to receive the HAARP signals worldwide. The corresponding frequencies would be communicated at short notice.

The experiments have now been carried out.

It is noticeable that now, in contrast to earlier, full openness is given about the plant and the experiments. Thus there is now also an official HAARP Facebook page..

And also in other publications of the UAF they try to liven up the reputation and even mention all previous anti-HAARP activists and publications and pretend to be totally innocent and scientific. Yes, one even invites to a tour of the plant!

This as an update for today,
Joachim Koch

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