Is this the moment when conspiracy theories about HAARP will finally end? The facility which has been recently acquired by the University of Alaska will open its door to the public.
For decades, people around the globe believed that there is a secret facility in Alaska through which the government controls the climate, creating storms, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other disasters.
All of this made possible with a remote controlled weapon of mass destruction.
This, however, is considered by many as a conspiracy theory, while many people around the globe believe such facility doest exist and is control of climate change.However, this Saturday anyone who wants to take a look what HAARP is really about can do so without hassle.
While HAARP has been a source for numerous conspiracy theories, it is only because most people find it hard to believe and don’t understand it completely.
“We hope that people will be able to see the actual science of it,” said Sue Mitchell, spokesperson for UAF’s Geophysical Institute, which operates the facility. “We hope to show people that it is not capable of mind control and not capable of weather control and all the other things it’s been accused of.”
HAARP which stands for High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program is currently operated and owned by the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The goal of the ‘open house’ is to prove that the facility isn’t capable of climate control and is not used for warfare as many suggest.
The facility opened in the 1990 and is one of the few centers for high-power and high-frequency study of the ionosphere on the planet.
In order to achieve its goal and study the ionosphere, HAARP utilizes 180 high-frequency antennas which are spread across a staggering 33 acres of land.
During the open house, one of the facilities scientists will be available to the public and will answer all questions about the facility.
According to Sue Mitchell, “Other features include an unmanned aircraft “petting zoo” and various interactive displays about space weather and other subjects, Mitchell said. There will also be an opportunity for visitors to tour UAF permafrost and seismic stations that are not part of HAARP but within walking distance, she said.”
A couple of years ago, the United States Air Force together with the Pentagon completed its last research at HAARP and was about to close the facility for good.
However, members of the state university offered to keep it active and used it in the future.
Read more about HAARP open house here.