HAARP Detection Network opens to the public with national purpose

(TheWeatherSpace.com) – HAARP is an array across Alaska that is said to control the weather, or at least have the power to. A new sensor network has been released to the public to keep track of HAARP’s effects on North America.

From the creators of ChemtrailForecast.com comes HaarpStatus.com, a project that is the future of predicting what HAARP does and warns the public of what is in store due to it.

According to the Website’s about section, the project has been under development for a couple of years. Volunteers have added 22 sensors at their residences, in unknown locations. These sensors measure the effects and changes of the ionosphere that HAARP tampers with and a magnitude system that goes with the sensor readings triangulates the center of the frequency above the country.

When the ionosphere changes, weather patterns can as well, according to TheWeatherSpace.com Senior Meteorologist Kevin Martin.

“I’m in full support of the system,” said Martin. “I’ll be in contact with HaarpStatus.com on numerous occasions to compare their findings with real world events. If the ionosphere bumps up a bit, it can alter the jet stream, so the project has merit.”

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