HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) refers to a large antenna array system designed and built in the 1990s and originally intended as a military defense project against Russian missile attacks. Some of the secondary features of the HAARP system however, proved to be more interesting than simply radar and communications disruption. By focusing resonant frequencies into the ionosphere, HAARP can create signals of extreme low frequency that can actually affect the human brain. The discovery of this technology has lead the military and the private sector to explore technologies that use resonant frequencies to effect how people think and feel.
The human body is largely electro-chemical, and by interfering with certain frequencies scientists can alter how the human body will react. This interference can be used for positive aspects, such as meditation and relaxation, but they can also be exploited for more nefarious purposes, such as creating stress, confusion, and the sensation of psychosis or schizophrenia in a targeted individual.
Featuring an exclusive interview with writer and researcher Dr. Nick Begich, HAARP and The Future of Technology looks at how research into electro-chemical reactions and frequency response has changed the ability of military operators to turn our computer guided world against us.
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- Sarah Barth
- 25 04 2018
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