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Is HAARP causing our climate problems?
HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program) i.e. ionosphere magnetic warfare capable of causing earthquakes and weather anomalies.
This is a good question. My husband has this theory that the government has this weather machine by which they actually control the weather. I don't think so but HAARP is a possibility of it and affecting the weather as well as the pollution and ozone problems.
I once watched a documentary where the director of HAARP was caught lying through his teeth about a 600-page report which proved that HAARP could be used to manipulate the weather/climate. Then there's also geo-engineering and stratospheric particle injection which are also being used to control the climate supposedly because of global warming... it also depends whether you believe in Nibiru, the pole-shift, etc. All in all, it seems to be a combination of things.
HAARP can by heating a regional area of the ionosphere, cause it to "bubble" and as a result, deflect the jet stream. Changes to that can alter the weather over wide swaths of the earth below and induce radical temperature change, noticeable if it is unseasonable, It can also trigger droughts or flooding. As for earthquakes, that would require energies beyond HAARPs capability. Fracking causes more earthquakes than HAARP. If HAARP can be tuned with an X-flare from the sun, then it is more likely, but the strike zone would be unpredictable.
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