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A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")

 
Rabid_Wolf
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A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
I admit that I know very little about the HAARP project.

That being said, I occasionally see threads here claiming that HAARP is being "aimed" at some location.

My question is this:

How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?

Looking at photographs of the HAARP antenna arrays I see that there are no mechanisms to actually aim the array in any direction other than straight up.

So I am curious as to how they might "aim" this array.
Any ideas?
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
I admit that I know very little about the HAARP project.

That being said, I occasionally see threads here claiming that HAARP is being "aimed" at some location.

My question is this:

How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?

Looking at photographs of the HAARP antenna arrays I see that there are no mechanisms to actually aim the array in any direction other than straight up.

So I am curious as to how they might "aim" this array.
Any ideas?
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


Its aimed at our upper atmosphere which is filled with aluminum oxide from chemtrails which is then reflected to the area to which they want to aim at.
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
I admit that I know very little about the HAARP project.

That being said, I occasionally see threads here claiming that HAARP is being "aimed" at some location.

My question is this:

How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?

Looking at photographs of the HAARP antenna arrays I see that there are no mechanisms to actually aim the array in any direction other than straight up.

So I am curious as to how they might "aim" this array.
Any ideas?
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


Its aimed at our upper atmosphere which is filled with aluminum oxide from chemtrails which is then reflected to the area to which they want to aim at.
 Quoting: Epicbiscuit


Reflected off of the aluminum oxides.
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
Yea they direct the energy and bounce it around.
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
Remember Tesla built the Wardenclyffe Tower, he used it to develop his "death ray"


HAARP is basically a big array of Wardenclyffe Towers.
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


You change the relative phasing of the signals that each element emits so that they maximally combine in a particular direction.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

However, the radiated frequency of HAARP is so low that it isn't possible to steer it.

(And the video someone posted is pretty much B.S.)
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
I admit that I know very little about the HAARP project.

That being said, I occasionally see threads here claiming that HAARP is being "aimed" at some location.

My question is this:

How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?

Looking at photographs of the HAARP antenna arrays I see that there are no mechanisms to actually aim the array in any direction other than straight up.

So I am curious as to how they might "aim" this array.
Any ideas?
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


there are 3 different array facilities for "each" haarp system

they steer it by triangulating the beam
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
How do you "aim" a fixed antenna?
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


You change the relative phasing of the signals that each element emits so that they maximally combine in a particular direction.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

However, the radiated frequency of HAARP is so low that it isn't possible to steer it.

(And the video someone posted is pretty much B.S.)
 Quoting: Life and Love


Thank you for the reminder about phased arrays!



And a thank you to everyone else for their input as well.
There are certainly some interesting ideas worth considering.
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03/20/2012 10:09 PM
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
It can't and it doesn't, haarp~tards are ate up with stupid.
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Re: A Question About HAARP (directional "aiming")
It can't and it doesn't, haarp~tards are ate up with stupid.
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I can watch the HAARP signatures on the radar and have recently predicted storms beginning location and track of that storm 12 hours in advance. It is real.
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