The famous or notorious HAARP does not exist anymore. Nobody is anymore inside its installations, the roads leading to it are blocked, the buildings are locked and the generators are out of service. The once nervous guards on the front gate of the establishment are no longer there. A station that cost just over $290 million and was home to countless scientific experiments for over two decades has closed.
During the years it was functioning many suspected secret military technology with unprecedented power and range, turning weather data into superweapons that appeared to have emerged from science fiction pages. Of course, no one can say for sure whether secret military experiments were carried out at HAARP, as the sensitive and classified nature of this work keeps mouths shut. Just rumors, many rumors that were never abandoned.
It is reported that the station was forced to shut down because they refused to upgrade the plant’s equipment. The modernization needed to comply with the United States’ new environmental requirements was costly and no one was willing to pay. Was that the real reason for the closure?
It is strange the news at first reading that Norway offered to lend or buy its unique equipment. The future of HAARP’S 180 famous antennas is a serious question. It’s important to know that even though Tromso’s ionospheric lab in Norway operated like HAARP, it was not followed by conspiracy theories.
But recently, some say that the superweapon has not closed, it has simply changed hands. They urge us to reject stories written on the Internet. For them, the HAARP is very useful and still functions in a different framework and supervisory authority. While others claim that it remains in operation with the only difference that it is no longer owned by DARPA alone. A generalized consortium took over the superweapon, most likely under the authority of NATO, and not only.
Strange claims, but let’s take a look at them.