Re: Wireless Electricity -- Bunk? ( Nope!

Paul Dietz (
Sun, 2 Feb 1997 13:29:43 +0000

> From: Chris Hind <>

> I'm not sure about it's uses as a mode of power transmission, but HAARP
> technology may
> be a route to weather control. With a few major breakthoughs in power
> amplification, we might see some small effects such as screwing with the
> local climate. The DoD has openly admitted that they're pumping dough into
> the area of weather control which explains why they have their mitts it

No. First, HAARP affects the ionosphere. The ionosphere
has no direct effect on the weather. Second, the energy being put
into the ionosphere by the Sun is very much larger than would be
practical for humanity to inject.

The HAARP site has this to say about weather modification:

(from )


Is HAARP capable of affecting the weather?

The HAARP facility will not affect the stratosphere and climate.
Transmitted energy in the frequency ranges that will be used
by HAARP, is subject to negligible absorption in either the
troposphere or the stratosphere - the two levels of the atmosphere
which produce the earth's weather. Electromagnetic interactions
only occur in the rarefied region above about 70 km known as
the ionosphere.

The ionosphere is created and continuously replenished as the
sun's radiation interacts with the highest levels of the Earth's
atmosphere. The downward coupling from the ionosphere to the
stratosphere/troposphere is extremely weak, and no association
between natural ionospheric variability and surface weather and
climate has been found, even at the extraordinarily high levels of
ionospheric turbulence that the sun can produce during a geomagnetic
storm. If the ionospheric storms caused by the sun itself don't
affect the surface weather, there is no chance that HAARP can do
so either.