Tweets related to the HAARP Campaign and Earthquake
Research campaign scheduled Nov 29 - Dec 3. Investigations range from practical to fundamental physical theory; updates posted on @uafhaarp and @ctfallen. Learn more at https://t.co/Bb0iFVWlHx #Alaska @uafairbanks pic.twitter.com/NeR8eODQJi— UAFHAARP (@uafhaarp) November 26, 2018
Magnitude 7.0 (initial estimate) earthquake felt at @uafhaarp, see updated information from the Alaska Earthquake Center https://t.co/gTTsr5zccN HAARP was not operating at the time, and cannot cause earthquakes. For additional information see https://t.co/qNYnTXKiZf …— UAFHAARP (@uafhaarp) November 30, 2018
Magnitude 7.0 (initial estimate) earthquake felt at @uafhaarp, see updated information from the Alaska Earthquake Center https://t.co/gTTsr5zccN HAARP was not operating at the time, and did not cause the earthquake. For additional information see https://t.co/qNYnTXKiZf— UAFHAARP (@uafhaarp) November 30, 2018
Hi folks, you may be curious about the recent earthquake in Alaska. Its main effect on HAARP is that most of us have colleagues, family, and friends in the Anchorage area who are our primary concern at this time. We are fine and so is the machine (which was OFF). Stay tuned. -CTF— Chris Fallen (@ctfallen) November 30, 2018
HAM Radio and WebSDR’s listening to HAARP November 29, 2018 prior to the earthquake.
And also in Qatar with a weak signal pic.twitter.com/bQxEJjjZbG— Liam_J (@TheFlaminFire) November 30, 2018
First report I can recall from the Middle East! https://t.co/BPtR7ZQ5QT— Chris Fallen (@ctfallen) November 30, 2018
Surprisingly strong signal here in Charleston SC FM02 pic.twitter.com/4Zs8I8wFbl— tom (@AJ4UQ) November 30, 2018
Also weak in Sao Paulo Brazil pic.twitter.com/BKHhM6lt1e— Liam_J (@TheFlaminFire) November 30, 2018
Very weak signal of 4.19 and 4.2 in South Africa pic.twitter.com/3hPMVJqOj3— Liam_J (@TheFlaminFire) November 29, 2018
During high power O-mode HF, like most of the experiments today, a small bit of the ionosphere is extra reflective to VHF and UHF. If the UHF frequency is f and the HAARP frequency is h, then the reflected signals can include the following frequencies: h, f, f+h, and f-h— Chris Fallen (@ctfallen) November 29, 2018
HAARP and the Sky Heaters (FAQ)
Ionospheric Heaters: How HAARP really works
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