I think its weather only, but who knows? Reason for is that the Soviets also had multiple HAARP systems which some facilities are abandoned now. If HAARP would manipulate time, I doubt the Soviets would just leave them to abandon, even with no financial backing after the collapse. But, who knows? I think there are seperate projects for that, because supposedly the Soviets were building a time machine (that even back then information got leaked, which was a rarity), but I wouldn't be surprised if HAARP can manipulate physics and matter.
Just writing in general events of which I know about:
Confirmed HAARP use:
-Russia during 60th anniversary of Victory day (may 9th, 2005)
Unconfirmed HAARP uses:
-Russia on Hurricane Katrina
-US from Alaskan HAARP base to thwart off Phobus-Grunt (Dec, 2011)
But god, so many secret technologies during the cold war, its amazing. Many technological prjects were lost or abandoned after the end of the cold war
sovauthority, Indigo Society 16 Comments
[9/14/2012 3:32:35 AM]
Fundie Index: 13
Oh for crying out loud. It's just a fancy radio telescope, not some super weapon from the Command and Conquer games. It's publically acknowledged, there's no classified documents related to the facility, and they even have open houses occasionally. When was the last time anyone has heard of super weapon facilities having open houses?
9/14/2012 4:17:55 AM
Indigo to the loony bin.
9/14/2012 4:41:20 AM
Repeat after me: There is no secret Soviet superweapon. There is no secret Soviet superweapon.
Trust me. I am your friend, Comrade.
I am Yuri. Obey me.
9/14/2012 4:42:55 AM
Oh for chrissakes, it's just a fucking high frequency radio transmitter! I have heard it on my shortwave receivers and have even received confirmation cards from the HAARP facility after sending reception reports to them. If it really were a highly top secret, physics-bending device, they'd keep it so hush-hush that nobody would even know it exists.
9/14/2012 5:42:46 AM
Yeah man! Keep it down. Mum's the word. You don't want those New World Order bozos suddenly showing up in your rear view mirror. But yeah! between you and me, you're not too far wrong there. However, just a couple of points:-
1. "Unconfirmed HAARP uses:
-Russia on Hurricane Katrina"
It wasn't actually Russia. It was actually another super-villain who's quite well known. Think invisibility.
2. "Unconfirmed HAARP uses:
-US from Alaskan HAARP base to thwart off Phobus-Grunt (Dec, 2011)"
It wasn't to thwart off Phobos-Grunt, it was to thwart off the Invisible Ship Aliens.
OK. I've said too much already. Nice to see other investigators are mostly on the right track. But keep it down, that's all. Good luck pal.
9/14/2012 6:03:07 AM
Raised by Horses
Hey, if you really want to get spooked, google "numbers station".
9/14/2012 6:38:46 AM
Yeah, and I hear it can cure blindness, kidney cancer and spay your cats.
9/14/2012 7:11:24 AM
Keerov reportink! Ve have spotted Neew York and are deployink zee veather controllink Zuper-Veapon!
9/14/2012 8:03:29 AM
A weather control device? If the Soviets had such a contraption, why is there a history of inhospitable weather and food shortages in Russia?
9/14/2012 8:56:56 AM
"When was the last time anyone has heard of super weapon facilities having open houses?"
"I have heard it on my shortwave receivers and have even received confirmation cards from the HAARP facility after sending reception reports to them. If it really were a highly top secret, physics-bending device, they'd keep it so hush-hush that nobody would even know it exists."
Yeah, but that's just their cover operations, obviously. They do use it as a radio transmitter, but they don't show off the time travel research labs to the public. As we all know, Cheyenne Mountain is an Air Force base, but people who didn't watch the long-running Showtime/Sci-Fi documentary wouldn't know that they also house the Stargate program.
9/14/2012 10:52:00 AM
Actually, this one is less of a fundy then you would think. The Soviets did have a HAARP-like device, which is abandoned now. The thing is, just like the actual HAARP, it's a research tool, not a weather control device.
"Confirmed HAARP use:
-Russia during 60th anniversary of Victory day (may 9th, 2005)"
Weather control methods were actually used. However, they are not related to HAARP, but old-fashioned silver-based aerosols. When sprayed on high altitudes, they disperse the clouds.
9/14/2012 11:21:32 AM
Glad to see I wasn't the only one who jumped to Red Alert.
9/14/2012 6:08:07 PM
If you think that's bad, you should see what we're up to at Skynet!
9/15/2012 4:55:09 AM
@Raised by Horses:
I've got numerous recordings of numbers stations, too. Unfortunately there aren't quite as many active ones on the air as there used to be.
9/15/2012 8:25:32 AM
I can also manipulate physics and matter. I have a remote.
9/15/2012 11:28:53 AM
What is HAARP, and why should I not care?
9/16/2012 1:07:14 PM