HAARP



For anyone still “on the fence” about weather modification / manipulation :
all links below should satisfy MOST questions:  save the pdf’s before they’re gone for good from the net!
HAARP patent:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/26517997/Us-Patent-Harrp-5041834#fullscreen:on
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download the Airforce “owning the weather by 2025 document from the military website here:
http://csat.au.af.mil/2025/volume3/vol3ch15.pdf
http://csat.au.af.mil/2025/concepts/11ta_ndx.htm
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US laws regarding weather modification:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/12896975/US-Law-Weather-Modification-Experimenting
http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/15C9A.txt
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more military sites covering HAARP:
http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=21914
http://oai.dtic.mil/oai/oai?verb=getRecord&metadataPrefix=html&identifier=ADA134923
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US Navy involved:

http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=1610

seeding the clouds to make it snow:
http://water.usgs.gov/wrri/09grants/progress/2009WY46B.pdf
 weather modification COMPANIES in operation today inside the USA:
http://www.wtwma.com
http://www.weathermodification.com
http://www.naiwmc.org/
http://www.just-clouds.com/
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This below is a cloud seeding generator showing on wtwma.com
Here is a very long list of links, pdf files from institutions like stanford, leicester university, cornell, University of Mass., etc.. and from several military and .gov sites.
they are easy to read.. yes there is a lot of math formula but if you skip over the gobbledygook you can read the thesis etc, and get a VERY good idea of the topic and what is being covered.
Even the lay person can understand these documents in their basic form.
some links work, others are “down” but still included to prove they DID exist.  These things have a way of disappearing off the net, so download them and MIRROR them on other file sharing sites if you can.
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University of Leicester — Ionospheric Heating
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980211033937/http://ion.le.ac.uk/index.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980211032156/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/Heating.html
precipitation “enhancement”
http://www.asr.ucar.edu/2004/RAP/precipitation-enhancement.htm
Defense Secretary from the 1990′s William Cohen speaking on the subject of HAARP –
http://www.defense.gov/Transcripts/Transcript.aspx?TranscriptID=674
the USGS EAARL:
http://ngom.usgs.gov/dsp/tech/eaarl/
ocean based haarp Buoy:
http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/buoy/
electronic warfare :
http://www.onr.navy.mil/~/media/Files/Funding-Announcements/BAA/2011/11-006.ashx
lower ionosphere heating:
http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/publications/2008-03.pdf
AWESOME network:
http://nova.stanford.edu/~vlf/IHY_Test/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Transmitters.Transmitters
(several years up to 2007)
http://vlf-alexandria.stanford.edu/live_spec_secure/chistochina/live_from_chistochina.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20061229014910/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/history_of_rf_heating.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20061229011401/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/6Feb.html
Sura Ionospheric Heating Facility
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sura_Ionospheric_Heating_Facility
The EISCAT Associates
(A lot of info on this site, captured from the late 90′s)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980210065153/http://seldon.eiscat.no/eiscat.html
France, Finland, Germany, Japan, Norway, Sweden, UK
*Incoherent scatter radars
(Below)
*Ionospheric Heating
Their Facility -
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980210071758/http://seldon.eiscat.no/heater.html
EISCAT Headquarters are located at Kiruna in Sweden
The EISCAT Scientific Association,
Headquarters,
PO Box 812,
S-981 28 KIRUNA
Sweden
Incoherent Scatter Facilities
Operational Incoherent Scatter Radars

Jicamarca, Peru
http://jicamarca.ece.cornell.edu/
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19961105195521/http:/naic.edu/
(click on a Layman’s guide for info on “probing the ionosphere” and “modifiying the ionosphere locally”
Millstone Hill, USA
(Haystack)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19970710073509/http://www.haystack.edu/homepage.html
Pic of Haystack facility and more info:
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19990116225557/http://www.haystack.edu/haystack/haystack.html
Sondrestromfjord, Greenland
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19990224220742/http://128.18.44.75/iono/issfsond.html
EISCAT, Norway/Sweden/Finland
(Main EISCAT Site)
EISCAT Svalbard Radar, Svalbard (First operations late in 1995)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19961117043355/http://seldon.eiscat.no/ESR_intro.html
Kharkov, Ukraine
http://www-radiophys.univer.kharkov.ua/space/
(search for scatter)
Irkutsk, Russia
The Institute possesses a complex of unique astrophysical equipment deployed in the Sayan Mountains, especially the Siberian solar radiotelescope, a large solar vacuum telescope, an incoherent scatter radar, as well as a network of astrophysical laboratories throughout the territory of Siberia.
http://www.irkutsk.org/acad/acad_e.htm
http://ursi.org/Proceedings/ProcGA05/pdf/GP2.3%280511%29.pdf

Upper Ionosphere changes HF (high frequency) into ULF (ultra low frequency)

here is a video explanation of the documents:

In essence.. this shows that “they” can send a HF (high frequency) signal into the upper ionosphere with HAARP, and it “transforms” into a ULF ultra low frequency… and vice versa.. a LOW frequency modulates into the HIGH frequency!
here is the link to the “Efficiency scaling” HF transformation into ULF/VLF/ELF via the ionosphere.
http://www.ursi.org/Proceedings/ProcGA02/papers/p0936.pdf
here is the link to the “HAARP description pdf” I am showing…
http://foia.abovetopsecret.com/ultimate_UFO/Advanced/HAARPResearchAndApplicat…
MU, Japan
http://www-lab26.kuee.kyoto-u.ac.jp/study/mu/mu_e.html
http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/radar-group/local/isr/EISCAT/is-methods.html
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USA (Besides HAARP)
UCLA’s
HIPAS — High Power Aural Stimulation Observatory
Located near Fairbanks Alaska
“Eight antennas like those in the picture are used to modify the ionosphere with high power radio waves near Fairbanks, Alaska. Radio wave soundings, optical diagnostics and other techniques are used to probe the ionosphere.”

http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19970722053407/http://www.physics.ucla.edu/~hipas/index.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010217055634/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/index.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010405061931/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/intro.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010406093357/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/diagnostics.html
http://ulcar.uml.edu/stationmap.html
http://ulcar.uml.edu/stationlist.html
http://159.226.23.71/
http://carbon.ucdenver.edu/~mgolkows/Publications/RF2010.pdf
http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/21659
www.physics.irfu.se/Publications/Articles/StubbeEtAl:JGR:1984.pdf
http://www.polar.umd.edu/haarp/riometer_paper/node3.html#SECTION00030000000000000000
http://www.polar.umd.edu/haarp/riometer_paper/node2.html#SECTION00020000000000000000

http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/buoy/
http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/buoy/systems.html
http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/buoy/location.html
http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/buoy/Documents/feasibilityStudyReport.pdf
CERN and HAARP –
http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1305357
http://arxiv.org/pdf/1011.1458.pdf
http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1003294/files/0612038.pdf
http://arxiv.org/pdf/physics/0101034
http://www.google.nl/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=11&ved=0CBkQFjAAOAo&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.calvin.edu%2F~pribeiro%2Fcourses%2Fengr302%2FSamples%2Fhaarp.ppt&rct=j&q=site%3A.edu%20haarp&ei=2fSmTaHpBIXsObOFqOQJ&usg=AFQjCNGC6l-oBQ2pkqbF6rzm353iRZjieA&sig2=
http://books.google.com/books?id=wUoEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA52&lpg=PA52&dq=Irving+Langmuir+rainmaker&source=bl&ots=Ehqq8hZNsE&sig=tkN51NoxqMsKVq6ClZU9Hvej8g0&hl=en&ei=9mhMTO3vG93llQfjpJHGDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CCIQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q&f=false
http://books.google.com/books?id=FVMEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA113&dq=Irving+Langmuir&as_pt=MAGAZINES&cd=1#v=onepage&q=Irving%20Langmuir&f=false
http://books.google.com/books?id=G7t260XD8AYC&pg=PA47&dq=stormfury&hl=en&ei=9wJOTOfVE4G88gbZ3IGaDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDEQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=stormfury&f=false
These shots below come from a Navy .mil website .. clearly showing the “HAARP ring” patter and circumference ..
http://wwwppd.nrl.navy.mil/whatsnew/haarp/
“By modulating the ambient current flowing in the ionosphere, e.g., the auroral electrojet, it is possible to generate extremely low frequency (ELF) and very low frequency (VLF) radiation. This ionospheric modification technique can provide such waves for probing both the Earth and the ionosphere- magnetosphere. The modification occurs in the lower D-region and can provide information about the ambient conditions in one of the least diagnosed regions of the ionosphere.
The electrojet is modulated by using a high frequency heater (a few MHZ) with the power modulated at the desired ELF/VLF frequency to heat the ionospheric electrons in the lower D-region. Figure 1a shows a sketch of the heater and heated region. The heated region is typically at 75 km (though this depends upon the carrier frequency) and can be 30 km in diameter and a few km thick. Viewed from above (see Figure 1b) the heated region is a roughly circular patch. The smoothness of the heated region depends upon the antenna radiation pattern as well as D-region conditions. The heating increases the electron-neutral collision rate which changes the conductivities. Since on ELF time scales the ambient electric field is constant, modulating the conductivity produces a current modulated at the same frequency. At these altitudes the conductivity change is predominantly in the Hall conductivity. If the ambient electric field, E, is in ±y direction, a time varying current perturbation is generated, j, in the ±x direction (Fig. 1b). The time varying current launches waves both up and down the Earth’s magnetic field. In the simulations shown here, we start with a time-varying current and study the downward propagating waves and how they couple into the Earth-ionospheric wave guide.
Animations
The animations show 5 different representations of the same simulation. The simulation uses a time-varying current perturbation (1 kHz) in the D-region at 75 km. The current is in the magnetic east-west direction. The Earth’s magnetic field is vertical. The simulation box is 1800 by 1800 by 120 km. Isosurfaces are shown for the absolute value of the horizontal magnetic field ABSB and of the vertical electric field ABSEZ. Also shown is the east-west magnetic field in the near-field BX1 and in the far-field BX2. Since the field amplitude falls off with distance, BX1 uses a order-of-magnitude larger isosurface value than BX2 to emphasize the field close to the site. The north- south magnetic field is shown in BY1 and BY2. These plots look slightly different from the absolute value plots where both the positive and negative surfaces were shown. Also BX and BY do have a different orientation of the their radiation patterns. The direction of the radiation is determined by the total horizontal field shown in ABSB and by the vertical electric field shown in ABSEZ. The radiation pattern in the earth-ionosphere waveguide is a combination of a linear dipole antenna and a right-hand circular antenna. At ELF frequencies because of low D-region absorption the dipole is dominant. The dipole radiates in the magnetic east-west direction.
Because 1 kHz is below cutoff the mode in the waveguide is a TEM mode. The mode consists of a horizontal B field perpendicular to the direction of propagation and a vertical electric field. With perfect conductors, the mode is uniform in the vertical direction. As the wave propagates in the waveguide, the top of the wave is approximately at the bottom of the ionosphere. Above the heated region, waves are also launched along the Earth’s magnetic field. In the near-field ( BX1 and BY1) one can see the pulse being radiated downward. It strikes the ground and reflects back up to the ionosphere. Part of the energy propagates up the field lines into the ionosphere. This is the bubble seen rising up. The D-region is highly collisional and damps this wave. Looking at BX2 and BY2 one can see that the energy mainly stays in the waveguide. If one looks closely at the top of the wave in the waveguide the wave appears to be curved. The waveguide mode is coupling into the bottom of the D-region and driving a whistler mode up the field lines. The whistlers have a much lower velocity than the waveguide mode and can only propagate along the field lines. This acts to curve the top of the waves. These waves help form the bubble that propagates up the field line. Because of this, the diameter of the bubble is much larger than the heated region.
Above the heated region in ABSEZ one can see a pair of coils revolving around each other. These are the currents that flow up and down the Earth’s magnetic field forming the current loops associated with the waves propagating up the field lines. Finally, EZ1 is a blow-up of the high-altitude portion of the vertical electric field for positive values of the electric field; the current loop is more clearly seen.”








http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1549366/How-we-made-the-Chernobyl-rain.html
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2001/aug/30/sillyseason.physicalsciences
http://www.politaia.org/umwelt-und-gesundheit/chemtrails/atmospheric-geoengineering-weather-manipulation-contrails-and-chemtrails-2/
Simulations of ELF radiation generated by heating the high-latitude D- region
H.L. Rowland, Beam Physics Branch, Plasma Physics Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
“This ionospheric modification technique can provide such waves for probing both the Earth and the ionosphere- magnetosphere.”
http://wwwppd.nrl.navy.mil/whatsnew/haarp/
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Ionospheric modification and ELF/VLF
wave generation by HAARP
http://nlpc.stanford.edu/nleht/Science/talks/ursi_jan06.pdf
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HAARP JOINT SERVICES PROGRAM PLANS AND ACTIVITIES: Air Force Geophysics Laboratory and Office of Naval Research, February 1990 (PDF)
http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/dangerroom/2009/07/haarp_1990.pdf
Link obtained from:
http://www.wired.com/politics/security/magazine/17-08/mf_haarp?currentPage=all
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Popular Mechanics Magazine:
The World’s 18 Strangest Military Bases
http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/engineering/architecture/strangest-military-bases-gallery
HAARP Research Station – not much info, but says:
“In past interviews, HAARP’s operators readily admit they’re researching potential defense applications.”
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Modification of the Ionosphere by VLF Wave-Induced Electron Precipitation
http://vlf.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/publications/Doolittle%20PhD%20Dissertation.pdf
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Title : A Diagnostic System for Studying Energy Partitioning and Assessing the Response of the Ionosphere During HAARP Modification Experiments.
“The HAARP facility is classically referred to as an HF ionospheric modification facility. HF ionospheric modification entails the use of high power, high-frequency (~2-15MHZ) radio waves to modify the earth’s ionosphere.”
http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA323070&Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf
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Title : High-Energy Electron Beam-Induced Ionospheric Modification Experiments
http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA329174&Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:XgAQtkkDHaIJ:lucianarchy.proboards.com/index.cgi%3Fboard%3Dzorgon%26action%3Dprint%26thread%3D8872+thompson+manitoba+vlf+haarp&cd=12&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca&source=www.google.ca
Baikal-1 and IGR sites
Semipalatinsk-21, Kazakhstan
URDF-3 (Unidentified Research and Development Facility-3)
Baikal-1, Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan
50 10 12.69 N, 78 22 36.84 W
Strange Towers in a Russian Forest
Tesla Generators
Sychëvka, Moskovskaya Oblast’ (Russia)
+55 55 26.15 N, 36 49 10.97 W
The Russian Woodpecker
Duga Radar Array, Chenobyl, Ukraine
51 18 20.17 N, 30 04 02.60 E
China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation (CRIRP)
HAARP Like Facility
Ionospheric Laboratory
Ionospheric Laboratory, Xinjiang (Sinkiang) Region
40 24 15.91 N, 93 38 09.74 E
Zhong Shan Antarctic Polar Station (China)
69  22  23.63  S , 76  22  19.11 E
Sheshan, Shanghai, China
EISCAT Like Facility
31 5 41.98 N, 121 11 29.72 E
Misawa, Japan
Misawa NSA Echelon Station
Code Name: Ladylove
+40 43  22.91 , +141 19 43.57

HAARP High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program
Gacona, Alaska
http://www.public.navy.mil/spawar/productsServices/Pages/default.aspx
he AN/FLR-9, operated by the Air Intelligence Agency, is part of the DOD World Wide High Frequency Direction Finding System
Andenes, NORWAY (VHF grid ALWIN)
69.29851, 16.042269
MU (Middle-Upper atmosphere),Shigaraki, Japan (circular phased array)
34.853842, 136.105710
A volcanic Island in the pacific west of Mexico and the northern direction is directly in line with the lower san andreas fault. Here is the google earth location.
28 53 23.06 N , 118 16 50.20 W Check it out, its an uninhabited island as well in the middle of no where.
MOST INTERESTING:
Misawa, JAPAN (CIRCULAR HAARP!!! code name: LADYLOVE)
40.723031, 141.328769
EAR (Equatorial Atmospheric Radar) SUMATRA made by JAPAN (circular again)
-0.203705, 100.319872
Taiwan, CHINA (dish on H-shape building, antenna grid not far, check links)
24.967858, 121.1870
Burt Plain, AUSTRALIA (strange)
-23.521497, 133.67752
Laverton, AUSTRALIA
-28.33, 122
Hart, Australia
-22.968290, 134.448124
Poker Flat, Alaska, USA (AMISR Advanced Modulator Incoherent Scatter Radar)
65.129852, -147.470623
AMISR, Resolute Bay, CANADA
74.728138, -94.924242 (dish)
Antennas everywhere following the roads(phased array) the whole place is a grid!
74.733132, -94.932071
Futur “MU” from JAPAN (Incoherent Scatter) site in ANTARTICA
-68.984348, 39.647884
http://lucianarchy.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=zorgon&action=print&thread=8872
http://www.noao.edu/nsf/presentations/FACILITIES
http://www.eiscat.se/groups/EISCAT_3D_info/Deliverable_D11_1.pdf



1- High Frequency Active Auroral Research Programn (HAARP)
Gakona Alaska
+62 23 30.00 , -145 8 48.00
2- High Power Auroral Stimulation Observatory (HIPAS)
Fairbanks Alaska
64 52 19 N , 146 50 33 W
3- Poker Flat Research Range
Near Chatanika, Alaska
+65 7 23.90 , -147 28 7.05
4- Platteville Atmospheric Observatory
Platteville, Colorado
+40 10 54 , -104 43 30
5- Millstone Hill Radio Observatory
Westford, Massachusetts
+42 37 09.25 , -71 29 28.49
6- The Arecibo Observatory radio telescope
Arecibo Puerto Rico.
18 20 38.97 N , 66 45 9.77 W
7- Jicamarca Radio Observatory
Lima, Peru
11 57 08.25 S , 76 52 30.67 W
8- São Luiz Space Observatory
Cruzeiro Santa Bárbara, Sao Luis-MA, Brasil
-2 35 40.47 , -44 12 35.90
9- Nerc MST Radar Facility
Capel Dewi, Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom
+52 25 28.26 , -4 00 19.59
10- European Incoherent Scatter Scientific Association EISCAT
Ramfjordmoen, Near Tromsø, Norway
+69 35 10.94 , +19 13 20.89
11- Sura Facility
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
+56 7 9.70 , +46 2 3.66
12- The Russian Woodpecker
Duga Radar Array, Chenobyl, Ukraine
51 18 20.17 N, 30 04 02.60 E
13- National MST Radar Facility NMRF
Gadanki, India
+13  27  26.68 , +79 10 30.74
14- China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation (CRIRP)
Xinjiang (Sinkiang) Region
40 24 15.91 N , 93 38 09.74 E
15- Sheshan, Shanghai,
China
31 5 41.98N , 121 11 29.72 E
16- Mu Radar
in Japan
34 51 14.80 N , 136 6 19.45 E
17- Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN)
Laverton, West Australia
-28 19 36.29 , +122 0 18.84
18- Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN)
Longreach, Queensland, Australia
-23 39 29.53 , +144 8 49.58
19- Australia Naval Communications Station Harold E Holt (NCS HEH)
Exmouth, Western Australia. 21 48 59.47 s, 114 09 55.60
20- Zhong Shan Antarctic Polar Station (China)
69 22 43.69 S , 76 23 15.07 E
Sura Ionospheric Heating Facility
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sura_Ionospheric_Heating_Facility

HAARP, Gakona, Alaska, USA
62.390000, -145.150000
Other HAARP facilities in USA:
HAARP AREA 51( Can’t find that one)
possible picture:
http://media.photobucket.com/image/image%20of%20giant%20human%20shadow%20area%2051/AsiaParanormal/google%2520earth/GiantHumanShadowClosetoArea51.jpg
HAARP, Long Island, USA ( dish & antennas)
40.878455, -72.687485
HIPAS (ionospheric heater) Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
64.872425, -146.842625
Platteville, Colorado, USA (The first american HAARP)
40.181667, -104.725000
Westford, Massachusetts, USA (EISCAT-like)
42.619236, -71.491247
WORLD:
Arecebo, PORTO-RICO
18.344167, -66.752778
BRAZIL (blurred)
-2 35 40.47 , -44 12 35.90
Capel Dewi,UNITED KINGDOM
52.424517, -4.005442
INDIA
13.457411, 79.175206
CHINA
40.404062 , 93.633678
Lima, PERU (bigger than Alaska)
-11 57 6.67 , -76 52 25.71
Chernobyl, UKRAINE (monster)
51.305603, 30.067389
Östra Sallerup, SWEDEN
55.814601 , 13.728526
Tähteläntie, FINLAND
67.363842 , 26.630384
EISCAT, Tromso, NORWAY
69.582697, 19.213958
Saskatoon, CANADA (strange grid)
52.16 N , 106.53 W
Exmouth, AUSTRALIA
-21.908677 , 114.131806
Vasil’sursk, RUSSIA
56.114993, 46.027851
pictures at:
http://www.jp-petit.org/nouv_f/Crop%20Circles/haarp_russe/haarp_russe.htm
UTR-2 URAN (VLBI) Latitude 49 38 14.20  N ,  36 56 11.08
URAN 1 — 49 40 29.53 N,  36 17 31.29
URAN 2 — 49 37 51.17 N,  34 49 29.80
URAN 3 — 49 38 14.20 N ,  23 49 37.02
URAN 4 — 49 38 14.20 N ,  30 16 21.96
EISCAT 69 35 04.24 N ,  19 12 58.53
ALWIN WIBKE 69 1755.10 N ,  16 02 32.32
Alomar 69 16 41.92  n ,  16 00 29.66
IAP Germany 54 07 03.59 N ,  11 46 13.16
TIRA 50 37 00.59 N ,  07 07 45.30 W
NMRF Wales, UK 52 25 28.26 N , 04 00 19.62 W
Jicamarca 11 57 03.10 S , 76 52 29.04 W
SAO Luiz 02 35 38.34 S ,  44°12’36.86″ W
JORN 28 19 36.29  S ,  122 00 18.85 W
JORN 2 —  23 39 29.53 S ,  144 08 49.58 W
JORN 3 — 22 58 03.22 S ,  134 26 52.57 W
Naval Communication Station 1 —  21 48 59.80 S ,  114 10 03.01
Naval Communication Station 2 — 21 54 33.47 S ,  114 07 56.72
National MST Radar Facility 13 27 25.84 ,  79 10 31.19
CRIRP 40 24 15.91 N ,  93 38 09.74
Chung-Li VHF Radar 24 58 03.86 N , 121 11 11.71
MU Radar 34 51 13.86 N ,  136 06 20.90
http://www.public.navy.mil/spawar/productsServices/Pages/default.aspx

List Found here
http://ulcar.uml.edu/stationlist.html
DIDBase list here
http://car.uml.edu/common/DIDBFastStationList
http://ulcar.uml.edu/DIDBase
Much more can be found
http://giro.uml.edu/
It’s the loudest sound you’ll come across 0n the short wave now. 8.545 megahertz is one. 8.570 …this is before 12:00 noon. 12.815 and 12.850, 17.110, 18.370 MHz. Then in the afternoon and sometimes after 6:00 PM you will hear it on 17.110 and other frequencies as well. So we’re getting really blasted with this thing
Dr. Moshe Alamaro (worked with Dr. Eastlund in weather modification / engineering) As a graduate student and later as a Research Scientist at the MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) Moshe Alamaro helped to design, build and manage the MIT Air-Sea Interaction Lab where he supervised six students.
Alamaro, M.; “My Journey to Engineer the Weather”, MIT Alumni News and Views, What Matters: June 2009.
https://alum.mit.edu/news/WhatMatters/Archive/200906/
Armstrong, R., Glenn G.J., Alamaro, M. “Coordination, research needed in weather science”, Physics Today, Vol 60, Page 10, June 2007.
Alamaro, M., Emanuel, KA, McGillis, W.: “Experimental Investigation of Air-Sea Transfers at High Wind Speed,” forthcoming in Journal of Fluid Mechanics.
With Emanuel, K.A.: “Sea-Air Transfer in Tropical Cyclones,” Proceedings of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Sapora, Japan, July 1, 2003.
Popular Press:
“Scientists a step closer to steering hurricanes-schematics “, The Sunday Telegraph, October 21, 2007.
http://web.mit.edu/alamaro/www/telegraph_hurricane_rendering_oct_21_2007.pdf

“Scientists: Killer Hurricanes May Someday Be Controlled With Soot”, Fox News, October 31, 2007.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,306201,00.html
“Activate Cloud Shield! Zap a Twister!”, Weird Magazine, January 2000.
http://www.declarepeace.org.uk/captain/murder_inc/site/pics/katrina/weather_pr.html
“Ultra-thin ‘blankets’ cut reservoir evaporation”, New Scientist, November 2003
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn4323-ultrathin-blankets-cut-reservoir-evaporation.html
http://www.news.com.au/weird-true-freaky/bueau-of-mereology-cant-explain-mysterious-patters-on-radar-system/story-e6frflri-1225848774377
This link below shows interesting cycle of test patterns repeating series of varying arrays
http://catastrophist.wordpress.com/2010/01/30/aust-radar-rings-haarp/
ELF – http://www.mediafire.com/?579i63yq53u1q
Tesla Technology – http://www.mediafire.com/?7xn1eqog9b5au
Science & Engineering – http://www.mediafire.com/?gs2scvvhz6ww8
Johnsen-Atoll: 16 43 41.21 N , 169 31 55.53 W
Militärbasis Ascension Island: 7 56 16.43 S , 14 22 33.81 W
Militärgebiet Australien: 21 48 37.87 S , 114 10 33.30 E
Kreis-Militär China: 40 27 25.98 N , 93 18 44.87 E
Hallo Tesla^^ Russland: 55 55 27.85 N , 36 49 8.58 E
Rund-Käfig USA Utah: 40 11 59.06 N , 113 10 34.69 W
Kreise-Viereck USA Utah: 40 6 48.51 N , 112 58 19.03 W
Kreise USA Utah: 40 12 39.26 N , 113 17 22.29 W
http://alligatorfarm.wordpress.com/2011/03/30/smoking-gun-haarp/
http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o26/squiresmurf/rad_us_loop.gif
http://www.spaceweather.ac.cn/page.php?title=meriproject
(translate with google)
http://english.cssar.cas.cn/op/mp/
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/EclipseLab/Tesla/Oscillator.html

Just wanted to share a list of scattering radar and heating facilities that I’ve come across, in case you don’t know about some of these.
Had to use the wayback for a lot of these.
University of Leicester — Ionospheric Heating
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980211033937/http://ion.le.ac.uk/index.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980211032156/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/Heating.html
(several years up to 2007)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20061229014910/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/history_of_rf_heating.html
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20061229011401/http://ion.le.ac.uk/heating/6Feb.html
Sura Ionospheric Heating Facility
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sura_Ionospheric_Heating_Facility
The EISCAT Associates
(A lot of info on this site, captured from the late 90′s)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980210065153/http://seldon.eiscat.no/eiscat.html
France, Finland, Germany, Japan, Norway, Sweden, UK
*Incoherent scatter radars
(Below)
*Ionospheric Heating
Their Facility -
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19980210071758/http://seldon.eiscat.no/heater.html
EISCAT Headquarters are located at Kiruna in Sweden
The EISCAT Scientific Association,
Headquarters,
PO Box 812,
S-981 28 KIRUNA
Sweden
Incoherent Scatter Facilities
Operational Incoherent Scatter Radars
Jicamarca, Peru
http://jicamarca.ece.cornell.edu/
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19961105195521/http:/naic.edu/
(click on a Layman’s guide for info on “probing the ionosphere” and “modifiying the ionosphere locally”
Millstone Hill, USA
(Haystack)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19970710073509/http://www.haystack.edu/homepage.html
Pic of Haystack facility and more info:
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19990116225557/http://www.haystack.edu/haystack/haystack.html
Sondrestromfjord, Greenland
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19990224220742/http://128.18.44.75/iono/issfsond.html
EISCAT, Norway/Sweden/Finland
(Main EISCAT Site)
EISCAT Svalbard Radar, Svalbard (First operations late in 1995)
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19961117043355/http://seldon.eiscat.no/ESR_intro.html
Kharkov, Ukraine
http://www-radiophys.univer.kharkov.ua/space/
(search for scatter)
Irkutsk, Russia
The Institute possesses a complex of unique astrophysical equipment deployed in the Sayan Mountains, especially the Siberian solar radiotelescope, a large solar vacuum telescope, an incoherent scatter radar, as well as a network of astrophysical laboratories throughout the territory of Siberia.
http://www.irkutsk.org/acad/acad_e.htm
http://ursi.org/Proceedings/ProcGA05/pdf/GP2.3%280511%29.pdf
MU, Japan
http://www-lab26.kuee.kyoto-u.ac.jp/study/mu/mu_e.html
http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/radar-group/local/isr/EISCAT/is-methods.html
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USA (Besides HAARP)
UCLA’s
HIPAS — High Power Aural Stimulation Observatory
Located near Fairbanks Alaska
“Eight antennas like those in the picture are used to modify the ionosphere with high power radio waves near Fairbanks, Alaska. Radio wave soundings, optical diagnostics and other techniques are used to probe the ionosphere.”
http://replay.waybackmachine.org/19970722053407/http://www.physics.ucla.edu/~hipas/index.html
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http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010217055634/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/index.html
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http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010405061931/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/intro.html
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http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20010406093357/http://www.hipas.alaska.edu/diagnostics.html
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sura_Ionospheric_Heating_Facility
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http://www.public.navy.mil/spawar/productsServices/Pages/default.aspx
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http://www.eiscat.se/groups/EISCAT_3D_info/Deliverable_D11_1.pdf
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50 10 12.69 N , 78 22 36.84 W
55 55 26.15 N , 36 49 10 .97 W
51 18 20.17 N , 30 04 02.60 E
40 24 15 .91 N , 93 38 09.74 E
69 22 23.63 S , 76 22 19.11 E
69.29851, 16.042269
34.853842, 136.105710
28 53 23.06 N , 118 16 50.20 W
Misawa, au Japon (CIRCULAIRE HAARP nom de code:! Dulcinée)
40.723031, 141.328769
-0.203705 , 100.319872
24.967858 , 121.1870
-23.521497 , 133.67752
-22.968290 , 134.448124
65.129852 , -147.470623
74.728138 , -94.924242
74.733132 , -94.932071
-68.984348 , 39.647884
64  52 19 N , 146 50 33 W
65  7 23.90 , 147  28 7.05
40 10 54 , 104 43 30
42 37 09.25 , 71 29 28.49
69 35 10,94 , 19 13 20.89
56 7 9.70 , 46 2 3.66
51 18 20.17 N , 30 04 02.60 E
13 27 26.68 , 79 10 30.74
40 24 15.91 N , 93 38 09.74 E
69 22 43.69 S , 76 23 15.07 E
62.390000, -145.150000
13.457411 , 79.175206
40.404062 , 93.633678
-11 57 ’6.67 , -76 52 25.71
51.305603 , 30.067389
55.814601, 13.728526
67.363842, 26.630384
69.582697 , 19.213958
52.16 ° N , 106.53 ° W
-21.908677 , 114.131806
56.114993 , 46.027851

Airplanes around airports CAUSE snow and rain NEARBY


video of the article “proof”… front page of Yahoo! news…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxk2Rb6Cy4w
“Airplanes flying through super-cooled clouds around airports can cause condensation that results in more snow and rain nearby, according to a new study.
The correct conditions for this inadvertent weather modification occur about 5 percent of the time — but 10-to-15 percent in winter — according to Andrew J. Heymsfield of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo., lead author of the study appearing in Friday’s edition of the journal Science”
49 38 14.20 N , 36  56 110.08
49 40 29. 53 N , 36 17 31.29
URAN 2 — 49 37 51.17 N ,  34 49 29.80
URAN 3 — 49 38 14.20 N ,  23 49 37.02
URAN 4 — 49 38 14 .20 N ,  30 16 21.96
EISCAT 69 35 04.24 N ,  19 12 58.53
ALWIN Wibke 69 17 55.10 N ,  16 02 32.32
IAP Allemagne 54 07 03.59 N , 11 46 13.16
50 37 00.59 N , 07 07 45.30
52 25 28.26 N , 04 00 19.62 W
11 57 03.10 S , 76 52 29.04 W
02 35 38.34 S , 44 12 36.86 W
28 19 36.29 S , 122 00 18.85
23 39 29.53 S , 144  08 49.58
22 58 03.22 S , 134 26 52.57
21 48 59.80 S , 114 10 03.01
21 ° 54’33 .47 “S, 114 ° 07’56 .72
13 27 25.84 , 79 10 31.19
40 24 15.91 N , 93 38 09.74
24 58 03.86 N , 121 11 11.71
34 51 13.86 N , 136 06 20.90
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http://jicamarca.ece.cornell.edu/
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http://ulcar.uml.edu/stationlist.html
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http://car.uml.edu/common/DIDBFastStationList
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http://ulcar.uml.edu/DIDBase/
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http://giro.uml.edu/
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https://alum.mit.edu/news/WhatMatters/Archive/200906
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http://web.mit.edu/alamaro/www/telegraph_hurricane_rendering_oct_21_2007.pdf
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Senate Bill S.601 – weather ‘mitigation’ bill  –  Sponsored by Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Rockefeller
(did NOT pass in its current form) instead it was put to the Air force “Owning the weather 2025″ program :
Here is the “weather mitigation bill” co-sponsored in congress:
S. 601:
Weather Mitigation Research and Development Policy Authorization Act of 2009
http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-601
quote from the bill linked directly above:

The following summary was written by the Congressional Research Service, a well-respected nonpartisan arm of the Library of Congress. GovTrack did not write and has no control over these summaries.
7/22/2009–Reported to Senate amended. Weather Mitigation Research and Development Policy Authorization Act of 2009 -
Section 5 -
Establishes in the Geosciences Directorate of the National Science Foundation (NSF) the Weather Mitigation Research Office to establish and coordinate the national research and development program on weather mitigation described in this Act. Requires the Program to be headed by a Director, who shall be appointed by the Director of the Geosciences Directorate. Instructs the Director of the NSF to coordinate the work of the Program with the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). Authorizes the Director of the Program to: (1) fund studies, obtain information, and hold workshops necessary to carry out this Act; (2) cooperate with public or private agencies to promote the purposes of this Act; and (3) enter into cooperative agreements with the head of a U.S. department or agency, an appropriate official of a state or political subdivision of a state, or an appropriate official of a private or public agency or organization to conduct research and development (R&D) pertaining to weather mitigation. Creates a Working Group to advise the Program and to make recommendations to the Program concerning administration, research, and other matters.
Section 6 -
Requires the Director of the Program, in consultation with the Working Group, to submit an implementation plan to Congress for the establishment and coordination of the Program. Permits the inclusion in the Program of specified activities related to weather mitigation, including: (1) interdisciplinary R&D and coordination of R&D and activities to improve the understanding of processes relating to planned and inadvertent weather mitigation; (2) coordination with relevant organizations; (3) development, through partnerships among federal agencies, state agencies, and academic institutions, of new technologies and approaches for weather mitigation; and (4) establishment of scholarships and educational opportunities that encourage an interdisciplinary approach to weather mitigation. Requires the Program to promote and fund R&D, studies, and investigations with respect to: (1) improved forecast and decisionmaking technologies for weather mitigation operations; and (2) adaptation and scaling experiments in the efficacy of weather mitigation. Authorizes the Director of the NSF to establish a grant program for the awarding of grants to eligible entities (state agencies, institutions of higher education, and nonprofits that have expertise in the field of weather mitigation and experience working with state agencies) for R&D projects that pertain to weather mitigation.
Section 7 -
Requires the Director to submit biennial reports containing certain information to the President and specified congressional committees.
Section 8 -
Instructs the head of any U.S. department or agency and the head of any other public or private institution receiving research funds from the United States to cooperate with the Director of the Program.
Section 9 -
Directs the OSTP, in support of the implementation plan, to: (1) address relevant programs and activities of the federal agencies and departments that would contribute to the Program; (2) consider and use, as appropriate, reports and studies of federal agencies and departments, weather modification organizations, and other expert scientific bodies, including a specified National Research Council report; and (3) make recommendations for the coordination of Program activities with weather mitigation activities of other national and international organizations. Requires OSTP, in the support of the biennial reports required from the Director under section 7, to provide specified information.
Section 10 -
Authorizes appropriations. Allows for the acceptance, use, and disposal of gifts or donations of services or property under the Program.”



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