In 1988, Houston TX-based scientist, Dr. Bernard Eastlund filed for patents to create a weapon that could modify the weather, disrupt communications worldwide and which would destroy or deflect incoming missiles.
The same year, in a National Public Radio interview with Dr. Eastlund, he describes the objectives of HAARP: "To build a large antenna and to utilize a large amount of energy to beam those radio waves into the upper atmosphere." When asked if he had discussed this with the Pentagon, he said he was not at liberty to divulge the details of that conversation.
This clip explores the astounding applications of HAARP, used in conjunction with space-based equipment. It starts with an interview with Brooks Agnew who was an oil speculator in the early 1980s. He used radio tomography, beaming radio waves at 30 Watts of power through straight rock to locate underground natural gas and crude oil reserves. He says his results were 100% accurate.
Agnew goes onto say that HAARP, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project uses a billion Watts of energy, which he says would definitely be capable of creating earthquakes. Interestingly, during the month of June 2008 alone, the USGS recorded over 200 earthquakes, which occurred globally along major tectonic plate boundaries at a uniform depth of 10km, which the filmmakers suspect was the result of HAARP tests.
This is just the tip of the iceberg of what HAARP is capable of. See also: