Not really a comment on this post (insane as it is) but does anyone have a proper breakdown of how exactly does an ionospheric heater (that is, a machine geared up to emit radio waves to investigate how the upper atmosphere ticks) could cause earthquakes? I honestly can't wrap my head around this.
I mean, I can understand the claims about weather control (not that there's any vague way these could be true, but at least we're talking about the area HAAARP actually investigates) but to pin seismic activity to a glorified radio antenna? What the hell?
2/6/2010 10:47:33 AM
COMMAS, DO NOT WORK, THAT, WAY!
Neither do semicolons.
2/6/2010 11:41:39 AM
"I dont quote bible verses because i really dont know the bible that much, but my gut tells me this makes perfect sense."
I know the Bible very well, but I use my brain to tell me what makes sense.
My gut only tells me I'm hungry.
2/6/2010 11:42:15 AM
Kid, you are delusional. And this is coming from somebody who has seen a lot of secrety shit.
2/6/2010 12:45:07 PM
You sure you wanna bring Frankenstein into this? I mean, the poor monster was abandoned by his creator and only became violent after being repeatedly shunned and attacked by humans because he was hideous.
And people slaughtering others so that a few people can gain more power? Old as dirt. Even the Catholic church did it.
2/6/2010 1:30:15 PM
He's actually right in that respect: "Frankenstein" is the name of the scientist in the novel; the creature he created was never formally given a name.
2/6/2010 2:26:27 PM
I bet they're really short of tin foil in your area.
2/6/2010 3:44:42 PM
Doctor Oh No No No No
What exactly is HAARP anyway?
And they should rename themselves "Above Crazily Delusional".
2/6/2010 8:44:28 PM
@Doctor Oh No No No No
High Altitude Auroral Research Project
2/6/2010 8:53:16 PM
From what I can find out HAARP is simply a program aimed at finding out more about the ionosphere. The ionsphere's direction is upward towards outer space. You know, the direction opposite of the ground, which is where earthquakes come from?
2/6/2010 9:51:11 PM
And here I've been doing my Satanic human sacrifices on an alter. No wonder it's not working. I have to blow up a couple of thousand people.
Wow, my brain is screaming just from typing that out.
2/6/2010 11:57:56 PM
Yep GW Bush sacrificing 600,000 innocent Iraqis civilians makes sense when you look at it like that :-(
2/7/2010 4:52:10 AM
Why would killing a bunch of poor Haitians give anyone any power at all? I just can't wrap my head around this bit.
2/7/2010 7:16:41 AM
You don't know the Bible very well, so you feel free to make up bullshit. Thanks for confirming what we already thought.
2/7/2010 9:04:45 AM
Oh noes! big scaaary machines that I don't understand! They must be EVIL!
2/7/2010 12:01:10 PM
Is it bad that I wondered at first if HAARP was a belittling way of referring to the AARP?
The H could stand for 'Hateful' or 'Hsatanist'or something.
I guess its worse that even like this, the post makes the same amount of sense.
2/7/2010 12:21:26 PM
Percy Q. Shunn
I'm still trying to get my head around believing in these satan and god characters. Imagine a supreme being that loves its creation, yet allows some moron to run around pissing all over the place.
2/7/2010 2:46:56 PM
You gut is so wrong. You should use your brain next time.
2/7/2010 6:34:36 PM
This is what happens when a paranoid watches Pat Robertson.
2/7/2010 10:21:33 PM
Oh FFS... HAARP simply emits high-frequency radio waves into the ionosphere. I've heard them on my shortwave radio. I have recordings of it. I've even gotten a QSL card confirming I heard their signal from the HAARP facility when I wrote them telling them that I heard them. They are not controlling the weather or making earthquakes. If HAARP were so secret they wouldn't have their own website, nor would they confirm that anyone heard their signal.
And as far as human sacrifice, I believe it was God in the bible who always required a blood sacrifice, including his own son. You should read up on it some time.
2/8/2010 11:44:38 AM
Your theory is faulty!
2/8/2010 8:41:07 PM
Actually ~reading~ the Bible cover to cover is what cured me of being a Christian.
2/9/2010 10:27:27 AM
The creature's name was "Adam" - that's explained in the extended commentary by the author.
Frankenstein is the scientist.
2/9/2010 10:27:29 AM
BLAKE THE EUROPEAN!
One thing I never understood.
If I was going to worship an invisible freind...
It wouldn't be the runty fuckdog!!
2/9/2010 1:30:02 PM
"but my gut tells me this makes perfect sense"
This is where you went wrong. Listen to the organ that makes thoughts instead of the one that makes crap.
2/9/2010 9:03:27 PM