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Did the USA, use HAARP to create an undersea quake to cripple Japan for not complying with their demands?

Did the USA, use HAARP to create an undersea quake to cripple Japan for not complying with their demands? Topic: Not interested in doing homework
July 18, 2019 / By Nigel
Question: Did the NWO threaten Japan with HAARP in 2009? If you have not done your homework, we don't need the ignorant viewpoint, so please move on to the next question If you know a lot and have read a lot, then please do answer this very important question, because those in power are madmen and I'm not talking about the stooges who we think we elect Those people have very little power and they are always scrambling around trying to raise money and get re-elected so they can enjoy the lavish benefits that we pay for, while we struggle to survive, ourselves Government has socialalized all the losses of the gambling on Wall Street while privatizing all the gains and now this alleged threat to Japan If they made such a threat to Japan, who else did they try to blackmail? The favorite expression of those who are brainwashed is ...............'conspiracy theory' Some of you have never constructed an entire sentence that makes sense or is based on sound research Why don't you look up Benjamin Fulford and find out what he knows about this?
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Kolman Kolman | 7 days ago
I did some reading about HAARP because a friend of mine was saying the same things you are. He no longer believes HAARP is some evil weapon. Not that I’m saying the US government is not interested in building secret weapon, just that HAARP is not one of them HAARP is a research project that is designed to explore the possibility of transmitting radio signals in that portion of the earths atmosphere known as the ionosphere. Why? In theory, this would permit transmitting signal around the globe without the need for relay stations. HAARP is a long range radio transmission research program. Not an earth quake or hurricane making machine. The program is a magnet for conspiracy theorists because it’s a very elusive program and not particularly well known. And people don’t understand what the program is for so they well…..make stuff up.
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Kolman Originally Answered: Is this writing OK? A boy is caught in an undersea world?
You've got some really good parts, and some parts you can work on. Overall, yes, I'd say it's pretty good. It's really hard to judge one simple scene, completely out of context, but I'd say you definitely have potential. A few things you want to be careful about: your character angsting too much. It gets boring. I don't know how often he does it, though, so I can't really comment. Show, not tell. You have to tell certain information, and that's fine, but when you started saying things like "Oliver's past cruelty," I'm not inclined to believe you. This would be a perfect time in which you could include the dream, show the relationship between Andrew and Oliver, and really show how Oliver was being cruel. I'm more inclined to believe when you demonstrate a character trait, like Oliver's cruelness, through action, than merely telling me he's cruel. Also, watch your to be verbs. Be, am, is, are, was, were, been, have, has, had, much, may, might, can, could, and many more. Writing without to be verbs imparts a far stronger and more interesting message than writing speckled with them. Of course, fiction is different, but still, get rid of as many as possible. Keep things in the active, not passive or progressive, whenever possible. Also, I haven't really seen any other characters except for this Andrew, but I get the feeling he's the protagonist, so make sure he's not a plaster saint. Also, make sure other characters have their own lives and motivations besides making him sad/comforting him/helping him/hindering him. The world should not revolve around the protagonist. There's really too little for me to say much of anything. I think this sounds pretty good, but without the rest of the chapter, or even the rest of the manuscript, I can't really say. I like your phrasing, especially "pulse of the current." Very nice, subtle personification going there. I say good job, and you show potential.

Immanuel Immanuel
there used to be noting paranormal approximately the earthquake it used to be a merely traditional phenomenon brought on by way of a mild shift within the tectonic plates that make up the earths crust this can also be demonstrated because it occurred approximately the identical time as a huge even though now not a gigantic volcanic eruption in Hawaii even though that used to be minor sufficient that it didn't make the scoop however earthquakes and volcanic pastime are each induced by way of transferring of the plates
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Eustace Eustace
Thank you for the wonderful science fiction story, Mr. Don't Trust Government. Yes, our earthquake generator is right next to the pile of expired brain-control serum.
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Corey Corey
yes haarp was used. but not by u.s. you forget there is a haarp in russia an china as well. also therer was a tsunami bomb planted well below the fault line too
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Arthur Arthur
Communist Democrats would rather have Japan completly wiped off the map because they dont like Japanese because they keep coming up with awesome technology. and the Powers that be dont want people to live happy lives.
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Arthur Originally Answered: What do you know about HAARP? And what are your opinions on such a machine?
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the US Air Force, the US Navy, the University of Alaska and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).[1] Its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance purposes.[2] The HAARP program operates a major Arctic facility, known as the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force owned site near Gakona, Alaska. The most prominent instrument at the HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a high power radio frequency transmitter facility operating in the high frequency (HF) band. The IRI is used to temporarily excite a limited area of the ionosphere. Other instruments, such as a VHF and a UHF radar, a fluxgate magnetometer, a digisonde and an induction magnetometer, are used to study the physical processes that occur in the excited region. Another thing they shouln't be playing with.

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