Wednesday, September 21, 2011

P-Con 002 ~ Not to Worry

(P-Con = sketch-stories exploring the déjà vu of Power, Publicity, PR, Profit, & Propoganda Concerns.)

All quotes following this P-Con sketch-story are from Angels Don’t Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning © 1995, 2002 Earth Press, Anchorage, Alaska. This HAARP U.S. government/corporate partnership story is a classic (déjà vu) P-Con. It's time to give ear to concerned scientists like S2.

The HAARP [High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program] system is a tool, a radio frequency transmitter and broadcasting system of immense power. … “The heart of the program will be the development of a unique ionospheric heating capability to conduct the pioneering experiments required to adequately assess the potential of exploiting ionospheric enhancement technology for DoD (Dept. of Defense) purposes” (119).

My main objection to HAARP is that they intend to dump electromagnetic radiation into the upper atmosphere at very high power levels. … One way to visualize this power level is that a 10-billion watt generator, running continuously for one hour, would deliver a quantity of energy equal to that of a Hiroshima-size atomic bomb” (p. 109: physicist, Dr. Richard Williams).

[Adam] Trombly [American astrophysicist] pointed out a similarity between the decision to pulse several gigawatts into the ionosphere (HAARP) without knowing what will happen, and the first atomic weapon testing. Years after that test, physicist Robert Oppenheimer admitted that the scientists had not known what would happen when they set off the bomb – if the chain reaction was going to stop or keep on going” (p. 81).

Those big time experimenters admit that they don’t know what will happen when they push ionospheric heating experiments into the next level of effects. They seem to be excited about the macho adventure of passing the next “threshold of effects” in the ionosphere, and do not hesitate to pump gigawatts of power up there and intentionally accelerate particles in the ionosphere to “relativistic” speeds – nearly the speed of light (p. 76).

Dr. Phillip Callahan, an expert on radio systems/electronics as well as biology: …“They don’t know a hill of beans about the ionosphere! There’s nothing wrong with studying Mother Nature and then copying her. But they’re trying to jam up the system, that’s the problem. … Nobody’s studying [biological effects]; they just sit there and say ‘there’s no harm in it’. Out of sight, out of mind” (pp. 184-5).

Dr. Robert Becker: “the military establishment still believes that the survival of the military organism is worth the sacrifice of the lives and health of large segments of the American population” (p. 188).

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