Blogg. "UFO-blogger - Uncover the UFO Truth" - HAARP Caused Japan Earthquake by Benjamin Fulfordtake a good look at it and take your conclusions
In a latest statement Benjamin Fulford said, Earthquake attack on Japan originated in New Mexico and Nevada, U.S. New Madrid fault line next target.
The horrific earthquake weapon HAARP (which can also cause spacequake) attack on Japan on March 11, 2011 which resulting in 10 meter tsunamis along much of Japan’s coast line came from rogue elements of the U.S. government located in underground bases in New Mexico and Nevada, according to pentagon and CIA sources.
The next target will be the New Madrid fault line in the South- Midwestern United States, according to threats originating from the Nazi George Bush Senior faction of the U.S. government.
The United States is supposed to be an ally of Japan, we demand that you immediately send men with tanks and guns to take these bases and arrest these genocidal rogues. You know who they are and you know where they are, you must act or your own people will be next.
JAPAN QUAKE by PROJECT HAARP? 8.9 9.0 CHINA QUAKE 7.8
HAARP activity prior to Japan Earthquake :
Down below is Benjamin Fulford 2008 video talking about HAARP:
Just lets remember the scenarios in last few year :
Did New York Orchestrate The Asian Tsunami? and turn to some scientific backing: Ionospheric Precursors of Earthquakes; Recent Advances in Theory and Practical Applications.
According to Venezuelan President Haitian Earthquake was caused by HAARP Weapon as well.
In this document sent to the CFTC in 2008, it discusses the use of HAARP technologies by US contractors.
We have also reported here on UFO-Blogger that how last year Chinese HAARP caused deadly flood in Indian Leh, Ladakh Himalayan Region.
According to latest report published on BBC "NASA researchers say they have found a close link between "Electrical Disturbances On The Edge Of Our Atmosphere" (HAARP do the exact same-thing to our atmosphere) and impending quakes on the ground below.
It's an old saying that technology is just a tool, its all up to us how we would like to use it. Weather modification and HAARP is a perfect example where we can use the technology to manipulating or altering to prevent hurricanes or tornadoes, from occurring; or causing beneficial weather, such as rainfall in an area experiencing drought; or of provoking damaging weather against an enemy or rival, as a tactic of military or economic warfare.
Even Hollywood have also produced few film on HAARP - View Here
USA Air force On Chemtrails and HAARP
According to United Nation modification in warfare has been banned but time to time we had seen how one country use weather modification as weapon against other.
But White House had already openly supports Chemtrails as a toll for weather modification.
According to Gen Gordon Sullivan, former Army chief of staff, “As we leap technology into the 21st century, we will be able to see the enemy day or night, in any weather — and go after him relentlessly.”A global, precise, real-time, robust, systematic weather-modification capability would provide war-fighting CINCs with a powerful force multiplier to achieve military objectives. Since weather will be common to all possible futures, a weather-modification capability would be universally applicable and have utility across the entire spectrum of conflict. The capability of influencing the weather even on a small scale could change it from a force degrader to a force multiplier.
Down below are operational capabilities of WM Weapon according to Owning the weather in 2025 research paper presented to USA Air force.
|DEGRADE ENEMY FORCES||ENHANCE FRIENDLY FORCES|
|Precipitation Enhancement||Precipitation Avoidance|
|- Flood Lines of Communication||- Maintain/Improve LOC|
|- Reduce PGM/Recce Effectiveness||- Maintain Visibility|
|- Decrease Comfort Level/Morale||- Maintain Comfort Level/Morale|
|Storm Enhancement||Storm Modification|
|- Deny Operations||- Choose Battlespace Environment|
|Precipitation Denial||Space Weather|
|- Deny Fresh Water||- Improve Communication Reliability|
|- Induce Drought||- Intercept Enemy Transmissions|
|Space Weather||- Revitalize Space Assets|
|- Disrupt Communications/Radar||Fog and Cloud Generation|
|- Disable/Destroy Space Assets||- Increase Concealment|
|Fog and Cloud Removal||Fog and Cloud Removal|
|- Deny Concealment||- Maintain Airfield Operations|
|- Increase Vulnerability to PGM/Recce||- Enhance PGM Effectiveness|
|Detect Hostile Weather Activities||Defend against Enemy Capabilities|
HAARP has deleted its records from 2010-1-11 ?
A very unusual deletion can be observed in the archived data of HAARP instrument readings from the day before the Haiti earthquake. (Perhaps it is a matter of time until it will get fixed with a simple copy-paste operation, but I have made screen shots of it).
Set the date in “Chart Archives” below the today’s graph to 2001/Jan/11 in the window below the graph and see for your selves. It is the only instance of such an occurrence I have discovered by looking through other historical dates. Perhaps some other deletions have already been fixed, I can think of date like May 12th 2008 or December 26th 2004.HAARP graphs are here:
Spectrum Monitor Waterfall Chart - HERE
HF Chart (1-30 Mhz) - HERE
VHF chart (100-200 MHz) - HERE
NCDXF Beacons (14.1 MHz) - HERE
NCDXF Beacons (18.11 MHz) - HERE
Also check patents related to HAARP to understand the technology of reversed piezoelectric effect in which earth can tremble when energy is applied to ionosphere. Scientific references will be underlining this further in this post:
The patents are from greater part owned by a LARGE defense contractor:
- US Patent 4686605 – Method and apparatus for altering a region in the earth’s atmosphere, ionosphere, and/or magnetosphere HERE
- US Patent 4999637 – Creation of artificial ionization clouds above the earth HERE
- US Patent 4712155 – Method and apparatus for creating an artificial electron cyclotron heating region of plasma HERE
- US Patent 5777476 – Ground global tomography (CGT) using modulation of the ionospheric electrojets HERE
- US Patent Application 20070238252 – Cosmic particle ignition of artificially ionized plasma patterns in the atmosphere HERE
US Patent 5068669 – Power beaming system HERE
US Patent 5041834 – Artificial ionospheric mirror composed of a plasma layer which can be tilted HERE
Scientific papers on HAARP :
Theoretical Model of Possible Disturbances in the Nighttime Mid-Latitude Ionospheric D Region over an Area of Strong-Earthquake Preparation (Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere, and Radio-Wave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
Relationship between microseisms, geomagnetic activity and ionospheric absorption of radio waves (Geophysical Institute, Czechosl. Acad. Sci., Prague) - HERE
MODELING OF THE ACOUSTO-ELECTROMAGNETIC METHOD FOR IONOSPHERE MONITORING (Karpenko Physico-Mechanical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) -HERE
Down below is Conspiracy theory with Jesse Ventura HAARP episode in which Jesse explore about HAARP dangers :
HAARP FACT SHEET"HAARP", an acronym for "High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program", is a project having the goal of studying fundamental physical principles which govern the region of the earth's atmosphere known as the ionosphere. It is through this region that earth-based communications and radar transmissions must travel to reach satellites or to probe solar and planetary bodies; and conversely, for radio signals from outside the immediate environment of the earth to reach its surface. It also is from these ionized layers that radio waves reflect to achieve over-the-horizon communication and radar systems. The proposed research will be undertaken using high power radio transmitters to probe the overhead ionosphere, combined with a complement of modern scientific diagnostic instruments to investigate the results of the interactions.
HAARP would be constructed at auroral latitudes in Alaska. A unique feature of the research facility would be a high power high- frequency radio transmitter with the capability of rapidly steering a narrow beam of energy toward a designated region of the sky. Similar, though less capable, research facilities exist today at many locations throughout the world and are operated routinely for the purpose of scientific investigation of the ionosphere. In the US such systems are located at Arecibo, Puerto Rico and Fairbanks, Alaska. Other installations are at Tromso, Norway; Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod and Apatity, Russia; Kharkov, Ukraine and Dushanbe, Tadzhikistan. None of these existing systems, however, have the combination of frequency capability and beam steering agility required to perform the experiments planned for HAARP.
A congressionally initiated effort, HAARP is being managed cooperatively by the Air Force and Navy. The Air Force is responsible for oversight of the environmental process, site acquisition, and implementation of scientific instruments associated with the facility. The Navy is responsible for procurement of the primary contract to design and construct the high power, high-frequency radio transmitter. Users of the HAARP research facility would include civilian entities such as universities and the National Science Foundation (NSF) as well as military agencies such as the Air Force, Navy, and Advanced Research Programs Agency (ARPA).
Value of Ionospheric ResearchThe layer of earth's atmosphere called the ionosphere begins approximately 35 miles above the surface and extends out beyond 500 miles. In contrast to the atmosphere close to the earth which is composed of neutral atoms and molecules, the ionosphere contains both positively and negatively charged particles known as ions and electrons. These ions and electrons are created naturally as a result of the action of the sun's radiation.
This ionized gas of the ionosphere behaves much differently from the neutral atmosphere closer to the earth. A major difference is that radio signals passing through the ionosphere may be distorted, totally reflected or absorbed. For example, communication links from the ground to earth-orbiting satellites can experience fading due to ionospheric distortion; an AM radio signal sometimes can reflect, or "skip , from the ionosphere and be heard at locations hundreds of miles distant from the broadcasting radio station; the characteristic fading on the high-frequency (HF) or "shortwave" band is due to ionospheric interference. Because of its strong interaction with radiowaves, the ionosphere can interfere with communications and radar surveillance systems, which depend on sending radiowaves from one location to another.
Investigations to be conducted at the HAARP facility are expected to provide significant scientific advancements in understanding the ionosphere. The research facility would be used to understand, stimulate and control ionospheric processes that might alter the performance of communication and surveillance systems. This research would enhance present civilian capabilities because it would facilitate the development of techniques to mitigate or control ionospheric processes. Ionospheric disturbances at high latitudes also can act to induce large currents in electric power grids: these are thought to cause power outages. Understanding of these and other phenomena is important to maintain reliable communication and power services. Other civilian applications from the program's research could lead to improved local and world-wide communication such as satellite communication. Furthermore, and possibly more significant, is the potential for new technology that could be developed from a better understanding of ionospheric processes.
DoD InvolvementPotential applications of the HAARP research include developing DoD technology for detecting cruise missiles and aircraft and for communicating with submarines. Although HAARP is being managed by the Air Force and Navy, it is purely a scientific research facility which represents no threat to potential adversaries and would therefore have no value as a military target.
HAARP TransmissionsHAARP would transmit HF radiowaves in a narrow beam, pointed upward to interact with the ionosphere. The beam would be several degrees wide, depending on frequency, and thus would influence a region several miles in diameter in the lower ionosphere, expanding to several tens of miles in the upper ionosphere. The transmissions would be accomplished through the design and construction of a world-class ionospheric research instrument (IRI).
Ionospheric changes produced experimentally by the IRI would be similar to phenomena which occur under natural conditions. However, nature operates on a much larger scale, and for a much longer duration, than would the IRI. The effect of the IRI would be temporary only; the ionosphere would return to its original state within a matter of seconds and there would be no lasting changes.
Because most of the energy of the high power radio beam would be emitted upward rather than toward the horizon, potentially hazardous values of radio field strength would not be present at ground level except possibly very close to the IRI. To prevent human and large mammal exposure to these near-in fields, an exclusion fence would be constructed.
The upward-directed IRI main beam could be sufficiently strong potentially to interfere with electronic equipment in aircraft flying nearby. To preclude this possibility, an aircraft detection radar would be interfaced with the operations center of the IRI, to automatically turn-off the high power transmissions should aircraft be detected flying on a route to pass through the radiowave beam.
The IRI would be constrained to operate within the 2.8 - 10 megahertz (MHz) band on a clear-channel, non-interference basis. Theoretical calculations indicate that interference with television, AM and FM radio, ham radios, cellular phones and/or satellite dishes possibly may be anticipated, in addition to the possibility of interference with HAARP's own radio equipment. The Air Force and Navy are committed to a mitigation program that includes acquisition of equipment to minimize out-of-band transmissions; properly orienting the IRI array to reduce signals emitted toward local population centers; adoption of operating procedures, including beam steering, to reduce the percentage of time large signal levels would be transmitted toward large cities; employing special techniques such as null placement; and working with complainants to reach a mutually satisfactory solution. A smaller, less powerful, IRI will be constructed as a demonstration prototype to ensure mitigation techniques will alleviate possible interference.
HAARP FacilitiesThe major components of the main HAARP research facility would include the IRI, the combined Operations Center & Diesel Power Building, and a number of scientific instruments used for data- gathering, termed "diagnostics", placed at various locations on the HAARP site. The IRI would consist of an antenna array and associated transmitters, operated from a control room within the Operations Center. The diagnostics would be used to observe the natural parameters of the ionosphere as well as the experimental results with the lRI operating.
The antenna would occupy a rectangular area roughly 1000 ft x 1200 ft and would consist of a 12 x 15 array of antenna masts, each supporting two horizontal crossed dipole antennas, stacked one above the other. The masts would reach a maximum height of 72 ft and would be constrained by guy wires. It is anticipated that the masts would sit on individual piles; gravel fill between the rows and columns of masts would permit access by maintenance vehicles.
While some of the diagnostic instruments would be collocated with the IRI at the research facility, others, due to data collection requirements, must be located off-site at some distance from the IRI. One of the primary on-site diagnostics would be an incoherent scatter radar (ISR) which would transmit radiowave signals in the 430 - 450 MHz band. The ISR would be a 120 ft diameter radar dish supported by a 25 ft diameter pedestal.
The combined power demands of the IRI and ISR would be roughly 12 megawatts (MW). The method of power supply has not been finalized; however, the use of diesel generators is under consideration.
Design and ConstructionAs the result of a competitive procurement the Air Force and Navy have awarded a contract to ARCO Power Technologies, Inc. (APTI) for the design and construction of the IRI and associated support facilities. The IRI design was selected while considering both cost and environmental impacts. The current schedule anticipates construction at the Gakona site would begin November 1993 and conclude the fall of 1994 with the demonstration prototype. Construction for the full-size IRI is anticipated to begin early 1995 and conclude late 1997.
Site LocationAs part of the environmental decision making process, Gakona and Clear AFS were considered as alternative sites for the HAARP facility. On 18 October 1993, a Record of Decision (ROD) was signed by the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, selecting Gakona, Alaska as the site for the HAARP Ionospheric Research Facility. The ROD signing follows the Air Force preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement evaluating the potential environmental effects of the HAARP facility.
Use of Local ResourcesThe prime contractor, APTI, has indicated that they anticipate use of Alaska-based companies in constructing the facility. Green Alaska, ARCO Alaska, Inc. and AHTNA, Inc., are among the companies bang considered.
Postconstruction Operations of the HAARP Research FacilitySince HAARP is to be devoted to ionospheric research, which typically is conducted during a series of research campaigns, it would be used periodically rather than continuously. Campaigns would be scheduled four or five times a year, and typically would involve 10-15 visiting scientists conducting experiments at the site over a two-week period. During research campaigns the scientists will depend on the local economy for food, lodging and other necessities. Maintenance and security functions would be performed by local personnel, who would reside off-site. The HAARP research site is being planned for a life of approximately 20 years.
Environmental ProcessIn accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) the Air Force has prepared an environmental impact statement (EIS), with the Navy as a cooperating agency, to evaluate the consequences of constructing and operating the HAARP research facility in Alaska. State and federal environmental regulatory agencies were consulted to identify issues which are addressed in the EIS. Additional input was solicited from the public during scoping meetings held in Alaska in August 1992. Topics addressed in the EIS include, but are not limited to, electromagnetic and radio frequency interference, vegetation, wetlands, wildlife, air quality, subsistence, cultural resources and the ionosphere.
The Air Force prepared and distributed to the public and to specific organizations a draft EIS on 12 March 1993. During the subsequent 45-day public review period the Air Force held public hearings, at both Glennallen and Anderson, Alaska to solicit input on the draft EIS. All reasonable questions and comments received by 25 April 1993, the end of the public review period, were addressed in writing in the final EIS, which was released to the public on 15 July 1993. The Air Force signed a Record of Decision on 18 October 1993 selecting Gakona, Alaska as the site for the HAARP Ionospheric Research Facility.
In addition to the NEPA process described above, the Air Force and Navy would comply with all applicable state and federal regulations for construction and operation of the HAARP facility.
Additional InformationAn updated version of this fact sheet will be issued as often as program changes warrant to keep interested parties apprised of significant developments in regard to HAARP. Any individual seeking additional information about HAARP, or wishing to provide comments regarding HAARP, can contact any one of the individuals listed below.
Mr. John Heckscher
29 Randolph Road
Hanscom AFB, MA 01731-3010
Mr. Ralph Scott
3rd Wing Public Affairs Division
Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506
Mr. Guy McConnell
Alaska District Corps of Engineers, Planning
Anchorage, Alaska 99506-0898