Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Weather Machine!

Ever wanted to be able to control the weather? How about cause natural disasters? Well, if you're the United States Air Force, act now and you can! ..or so they say.

According to Tim Swartz, HAARP was
"opened in 1992 to gather data about the atmosphere and "radio propagation conditions." Their web site states that they are monitoring and archiving the naturally occurring variations with the sun's activities such as sunspots and solar flares." But conspiracy enthusiasts don't believe to be the case. There is a theory floating around that HAARP is actually a secret government project that was created to control the weather and cause natural disasters.

Everytime there has been a natural disaster, one of the top Google searches is HAARP. Ask a conspiracy theorist about Katrina, they will respond with HAARP, ask about Haiti they will respond HAARP. Even the recent earthquakes/tsunamis in Japan, HAARP is apparently responsible. It was even featured on the controversial television show Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.

This conspiracy seems to me to be a bunch of crap, but you never know. The government spends a lot of money on secret projects that the public will never know about. Why would the government want to cause these disasters? The answer from the theorists is that the government wants more control. Japan's economy was thriving, knock them out and boom no more superpower. Katrina affected many African Americans, and apparently the government has it out for them. The disaster in Haiti was just an excuse to annex and occupy. These theories all make sense, but I don't see the government being that sinister and I can't see this to be true.

1 comment:

  1. It wouldnt make sense for the government to create an earthquake in Japan, as there encomony is very much invested in our own. Also katrina has cost our government billions.