Was Frankenstorm created by mad scientists at HAARP?
Above: The HAARP research facility in Alaska.
Grant J. Kidney — Hurricane Sandy, or ‘Frankenstorm’ is at present ripping up much of the U.S. east coast prompting mass evacuations, declarations of emergency, the sending in of the National Guard, and other terrifying realities normally associated with apocalyptic themed movies.
Hurricane Sandy is said to be the largest storm ever recorded in history. Surely this continent sized crusher of civilization was no accident. Weather of this variety simply does not occur under normal circumstances.
The big question is, was Frankenstorm cooked up in the lab by the mad scientists working over at the HAARP facility in Alaska?
HAARP: We control the weather so that you don’t have to
HAARP stands for ‘High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program’. According to researchers, the HAARP facility is able to manipulate weather patterns using certain kinds of radio waves.
The technology upon which HAARP is based comes from the pioneering work of the late great physicist, Nikola Tesla. Tesla, who sought to liberate the world by providing a means to tap the ionosphere of its unlimited energy potential, suffered the fate of having most of his research stolen by agents working for the military industrial complex. Tesla died shortly thereafter.
Many have offered up that HAARP induced the Haitian as well as the Chilean earthquakes of 2010. These were two of the largest quakes ever recorded in history- and as such, even the rotation of the Earth was slightly affected.
The technology used to control the weather, if it exists, ought to be used to stop hurricanes, not create them.
If in the event that HAARP wasn’t responsible for Sandy’s creation, it is possible that a giant, ‘X class’ solar flare unleashed from our nearby star, the sun was the true culprit. But don’t expect any one in the mainstream media to make such a connection.
The sun, now entering in to a bizarre phase of dangerous activity, has been blasting the Earth with intense levels of radiation. The high energy particles emitted from solar flares could ultimately shut down the entire electric grid as well as spur extreme weather conditions.