by mkleit

The ionospheric research program in Alaska, HAARP has been more in news for all the wrong reasons. The number of conspiracy theories being circulated about this program far exceed the number of its benefits. Some of the most infamous conspiracy theories associate it with several natural calamities and quite a few defense mechanisms.


The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (abbreviated as HAARP) is a joint research venture funded by the United States Air Force, the United States Navy, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the University of Alaska. The project was started way back in 1993, with the aim of analyzing the ionosphere, in order to assess the potential of developing it to further enhance the radio communication and surveillance technology. The HAARP Research Station – the facility where this research is carried out, is located at a US Air Force site in Alaska.

As a part of this project, a high power radio frequency transmitter – the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI) also referred to as ‘ionosphere heaters’, is used to excite a specific portion of the ionosphere for a temporary period. Other than the IRI, this project also includes the use of equipment like a UHF radar and a fluxgate magnetometer to study the physical changes that occur in the excited portion of the ionosphere. Even though, several ionosphere heaters exist in various parts of the world, this is by far the largest and most powerful among them.

HAARP Conspiracy

The Ionospheric Research Instrument used in HAARP has the ability of producing a single beam of radio waves with the power exceeding 3.6 million watts. The very fact that such enormous power can be used for something good as well as bad, has made the activists and environmentalists raise some serious concerns about the objective of this research project. That being said, the conspiracy theorists are not left far behind, and that is evident by the number of allegations made on HAARP. While some of these allegations have been backed by logical reasoning, others are mere baseless claims.

Conspiracy Theories
Most of the project HAARP conspiracies allege that the research project is basically a directed-energy weapon, a weather control, and an earthquake induction device in disguise. Even though the information revealed by the concerned authorities claims that HAARP is no different from the other ionospheric heaters, scientists are afraid that sudden heating of the ionosphere can result in unnatural effects of the same on the planet. The authorities may claim that the research is done in mid air approximately 75 km above the surface of the Earth, but the fact, as the conspiracy theorists suggest, is that it actually controls the near surface weather of the planet.

The allegation that the high frequency radio waves alter the core of the planet is yet another infamous attribute of the project HAARP conspiracy. Earthquakes are believed to be triggered by the alteration of the core by the activities carried out in this alleged research project. Some also allege that the HAARP is a military mega-project in disguise of a research center, which primarily acts as a surveillance system, but also has the ability of destroying the aircraft in midair. Some conspiracy theorists also claim that the radio waves emitted by HAARP can result in adverse effects on the human mind and body.

The HAARP Research Station is a high security zone wherein unauthorized entry is strictly prohibited. This adds to the mystery surrounding the research project, and is the driving factor behind several conspiracy theories. In short, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), allegedly, has the ability to take down an aircraft, manipulate weather and trigger natural calamities, and all these possibilities have put it under the scanner as one of the most infamous conspiracy of the world.

Last Updated: 9/22/2011

HAARP Conspiracy


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