HARP and Airplane Crashes

If you’ve watched Jesse Ventura’s new show, “Conspiracy Theory”, you would have seen an episode about the HAARP program — High Frequency Active Aural Research Program.

In the segment, it comes out that, if so directed, the high frequency radio waves generated by the massive antenna farm could knock an airplane out of the air.

Really?  

Yes…  

And, here is where the conspiracy theory comes in, because we have watched a number of airplanes crash that happened under, shall we say, peculiar circumstances.

A small aircraft carrying Paul Wellstone crashed in 2002.  

The Beechcraft King Air A100 plane crashed into dense forest about two miles from the Eveleth airport, while operating under instrument flight rules. The charter plane Wellstone was traveling in had no flight data recorders. Autopsy toxicology results on both pilots were negative for drug or alcohol use. Icing, though widely reported on in following days, was considered and eventually rejected as a significant factor in the crash. The board judged that while cloud cover might have prevented the flight crew from seeing the airport, icing did not affect the airplane’s performance during the descent.[20]

The NTSB later determined that the likely cause of the accident was the failure of both the pilot and copilot to maintain a safe minimum airspeed, leading to a stall from which they could not recover.[21] The final two radar readings detected the airplane traveling at or just below its predicted stall speed given conditions at the time of the accident.[22]

So, the aircraft suddenly reduced speed and hit “stall speed”, ultimately crashing yet there was no significant finding as to what caused the crash.

In 2008, the GOP IT guru, Mike Connell, died in an aircraft crash as the plane was just a mile from landing.

IT expert Stephen Spoonamore says the SmartTech server could have functioned as a routing point for malicious activity and remains a weakness in electronic voting tabulation.

“…I have reason to believe that the alternate accounts were used to communicate with US Attorneys involved in political prosecutions, like that of Don Siegelman,” said RAW STORY’s Investigative News Editor, Larisa Alexandrovna, on her personal blog Saturday morning. “This is what I have been working on to prove for over a year. In fact, it was through following the Siegelman-Rove trail that I found evidence leading to Connell. That is how I became aware of him. Mike was getting ready to talk. He was frightened.

“He has flown his private plane for years without incident. I know he was going to DC last night, but I don’t know why. He apparently ran out of gas, something I find hard to believe. I am not saying that this was a hit nor am I resigned to this being simply an accident either. I am no expert on aviation and cannot provide an opinion on the matter. What I am saying, however, is that given the context, this event needs to be examined carefully.”

“Mr. Connell has confided that he was being threatened, something that his attorneys also told the judge in the Ohio election fraud case,” concluded Alexandrovna.

An FAA investigation into the causes of Connell’s plane crash is underway, but no results are expected for several weeks.

He flew for years without incident, yet, when he was about to testify about GOP servers and accounts to Congress, his plane suddenly dropped out of the sky a mile from the runway.

If you think only two airplane crashes, during George Bush’s administration, a conspiracy theory doesn’t make… then you simply didn’t watch was the HAARP project was capable of doing.  Directed radio waves into the atmosphere was proven to cause such disruption of cloud cover as to make clouds move in a circular motion.  As one person said, “yes, it could knock a plane out of the sky.”

But, these weren’t the only airplanes that crashed under suspicious circumstances.

In 1999, an airplane carrying John F. Kennedy Jr. crashed a mile from landing in Martha’s Vineyard killing him, his wife, and sister-in-law.  

As we learned in Jesse Ventura’s segment, the founder of the HAARP program, and the technology used by it, quit the program once it was taken over by the military.  Basically, the technology and program became a weapon.

Three very important people died in suspicious airplane “accidents” that were never fully explained.  Two of them under George Bush and one under Bill Clinton.

I watched the Jesse Ventura segment.  When I watched as, in a laboratory environment, a scientist showed how directed radio frequencies can influence air patterns.  It is proven science.

I saw the security of the HAARP facility.  It is most definitely a maximum security facility.

There have been three airplanes drop out of the sky carrying three very, shall we say, dangerous individuals.  

At this point, I wouldn’t be asking WHAT HAARP is, but, what the people at HAARP have been ordered to do.

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  1. “We” are not the only, ah, how shall I say this, “interest” to have the HAARP technology.  There is EISCAT in Europe and the Russians surely have one too.

    As a pilot though there are a million cheaper ways to down planes outside to tasking such expensive things like HAARP which would have other far more nefarious priorities.  Wait to see if Jesse does chemtrails.

    • Inky99 on January 11, 2010 at 2:33 am

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes

    http://blogs.physicstoday.org/

    http://www.nature.com/news/200


    Nature News: The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), near Gakona, Alaska, has for twenty years used radio waves to probe Earth’s magnetic field and ionosphere.

    One of the most visible results of the experiments-since the facility upgraded its transmission power output from 1 to 3.6 megawatts-is that they can create lights in the sky that are similar to auroras.

    The technique works by using the high-frequency radio waves to accelerate electrons in the atmosphere, increasing the energy of their collisions and thereby creating a glow.

    In February last year, HAARP unexpectedly managed to induce a strange bullseye pattern in the night sky. “This is the really exciting part-we’ve made a little artificial piece of ionosphere,” said US Air Force Research Laboratory physicist Todd Pedersen to Nature’s Naomi Lubick.

    Then, of course, just recently we had this, in the skies of Norway:

    The night before Obama took his little “Peace” price.

    I honestly don’t think HAARP could knock out an individual aircraft, but I wouldn’t rule out the use of EMF weapons to do that.  🙂

    • pico on January 11, 2010 at 4:13 am

    Visibility of less than 2 miles on approach, in conditions of at least 1 inch of icing, in a plane that was not approved to fly in those conditions due to a lack of anti-icing mechanisms, by a pilot who was sloppy enough not to file any alternate plans in case the threatened weather precluded his landing there = no need for an elaborate theory.

    This is all public data.

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