Just Exactly What Are the HAARP Scientists Really Doing?

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Since this information is already in the public domain in PDF form I thought readers would be interested to peruse this HAARP bibliography from 2000-2007 and see what kinds of reports and papers have been written on a variety of toipics. Truth researchers, knock yourselves out. Go for it.

CK Hunter

HAARP Bibliography 2000-2007
Credit: PARS / GI
Compiled by
Keith B. Mather Library
Geophysical Institute
The HAARP Bibliography as an electronic database
can be searched at this URL:
http://137.229.30.81/rmwp?&func=advSearch
HAARP BIBLIOGRAPHY 1990-2007
1. Afonin, V. V., Alexeyer, V. N., Ivenko, I. B., Khalipov, V. L., Stepanov, A. E., Erason, A. N., &
Kondabarov, A. V. (2000). Satellite and ground-based measurements of the SAR-arc phenomena.
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth C, 25(1-2), 63-66.
2. Anderson, P. C. (2001). A survey of spacecraft charging events on the DMSP spacecraft in LEO. European
Space Agency (Special Publication), ESA SP(476), 331-336.
3. Andreasen, A. M., Begenesich, J., Fremouw, E., Holland, E., & Mazzella, A. J. (2004). Ionospheric
measurements in the wake of solar maximum. (Report No. NWRABECR04R274
AFRLVSHATR20041125 // ADA427533). Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 145 pages.
4. Andreasen, A. M., Fremouw, E. J., & Mazzella, J. F. (1999). Sensor and analysis developments for
near-earth plasma density investigations. (Report No. NWRACR99R208 // AFRLVSTR20001580
ADA401954). Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 43 pages.
5. Andreasen, C. C., Fremouw, E. J., Holland, E. A., Mazzella, A. J., & Rao, G. (1998). Investigations of the
effects of ionospheric total electron content and scintillation on transionospheric radio wave
propagation. (Report No. NWRACR98R186 // AFRLVSHATR980120 // ADA402136). Northwest
Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 46 pages.
6. Andreasen, C. C., Fremouw, E. J., Mazzella, A. J., Rao, G. S., & Secan, J. A. (1998). Further investigations
of ionospheric total electron content and scintillation effects on transionospheric radiowave
propagation. (Report No. NWRACR98R177 // AFRLVSHATR980037 // ADA3456787).
Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 41 pages.
7. Andreason, A. M., Holland, E. A., Fremouw, E. J., Mazzella, A. J., & Rao, G. S. (2002). Investigations of
the nature and behavior of plasma-density disturbanced that may impact GPS and other
transionospheric systems. (Report No. NWRACR02R247 // AFRLVSTR20031540 // ADA417708).
Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 33 pages.
8. Anonymous. (1995). Alaskan details risk of High-Frequency Active Auroral research program in book.
Tundra Times, 3.
9. Anonymous. (2002). Department of Defense. Arctic Research of the United States, 16(Spring/Summer),
62-69.
10. Anonymous. (1993). Environmental impact analysis process. Final environmental impact statement. Part 2.
Proposed High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. (Report No. ADA2675213). Air
Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Notes: 422 pages.
11. Anonymous. (1993). Environmental impact statement. Volume 1. Proposed High Frequency Active Auroral
Research Program. (Report No. ADA2676419). Phillips Lab., Hanscom AFB, MA.
Notes: 401 pages.
12. Anonymous. (1994). Establishing the National Polar Radio Science Consortium. (Report No.
ADA2792307). University of Alaska Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute, Fairbanks, AK.
Notes: 6 pages.
13. Antani, S. N., & Guzdar, P. N. (1999). Excitation of short-scale density structures by drift waves during
ionospheric heating. Geophysical Research Letters, 26(21), 3285-3288.
14. Avdeev, V. B. (2002). Magnetic moment evaluation o a superlow-frequency rediator occuring in the
ionosphere in its heating. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenij, 45(11), 8-9.
Notes: In Russian
15. Bailey, G. J., Denton, M. H., Heelis, R. A., & Venkatraman, S. (2000). A modelling study of the latitudial
variations in the nighttime plasma temperatures of the equatorial topside ionosphere during nothern
winter at solar maximum. Annales Geophysicae, 18(11), 1435-1446.
16. Bailey, P. G., & Worthington, N. C. (1997). History and applications of HAARP technologies: The High
Frequesncy Active Auroral Research Program. Proceedings of the Intersociety Energy Conversion
Engineering Conference. IEEE: USA. Pp.97216, 1317-1322.
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17. Bailey, P. G., & Worthington, N. C. (1997). History and applications of HAARP technologies: The High
Frequency Active Auroral Reserach Program. Proceedings of the Intersociety Energy Conversion
Engineering Conference, v 2, Electrochemical Technologies Conversion Technologies Thermal
Management, 1317-1322.
18. Bailey, P. G., & Worthington, N. C. (2000). History and applications of HAARP technologies: The High
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20. Barr, R. (1921). The generation of ELF and VLF radio waves in the ionosphere using powerful HF
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21. Bell, T. F. (2001). Characterization of the auroral electrojet and the ambient and modified D region for
HAARP using long-path VLF diagnostics. (Report No. AFRLVSTR20011573 // ADA405592).
Stanford University, Space Telecommunications and Radioscience Lab, CA.
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22. Bell, T. F. (1999). Detection of the 27 Aug 1998 gamma ray flare, and ionospheric effects of relativistic
electron flux enhancements. (Report No. NRLMR6750998349 // ADA362758). Stanford
University, CA.
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23. Bell, T. F. (1999). Detection of the 27 Aug 1998 gamma ray flare, and ionospheric effects of relativistic
electron flux enhancements. (Report No. AFRLVSTR19991540 // ADA387454). Stanford
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Notes: 26 pages.
24. Bell, T. F., Inan, U. S., Platino, M., Pickett, J. S., Kossey, P. A., & Kennedy, E. J. (2004). CLUSTER
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25. Belova, E., Pchelkina, E., Lyatsky, W., & Pashing, A. (1997). The effect of ionospheric inhomogeneity on
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26. Benson, R. F. (1997). Evidence for the stimulation of field-aligned electron density irregularities on a short
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2 comments

  1. sparkleplenty27

    I am no scientist, nor meteorologist – but in reading through the litany of reports, I am struck by the assault on our atmosphere which simply must have an impact on our weather patters, including events.
    Is anyone overseeing this group; is anyone holding accountability anywhere? More importantly, is anyone asking relevant questions about just what the hell is going on at HAARP locations?

    • CK Hunter

      That’s the awareness truth researchers hope to raise. These are men gone wild with their technology and as far as I know there is NO oversight. It’s more than a little bit frightening. the ELF wave research alone indicates they have basically the rudiments of a “death ray” using ELF waves that can be aimed at crowds, burst organs and kill or maim masses of people. If they ever got wild enough to turn those weapons on the American people it would be carnage beyond belief. We need congressional hearings ASAP on what our military is really up to with HAARP technology and we need immediate congressional oversight of these wild and secretive “haarp campaigns” and exercises.

      Chase

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