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The HAARP project in Alaska is one of the most controversial projects ever undertaken by the U.S. Government. Jerry Smith gives us the history of the HAARP project and explains how works, in technically correct yet easy to understand language. At best, HAARP is science out-of-control; at worst, HAARP could be the most dangerous device ever created, a futuristic technology ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 17th 1998 by Adventures Unlimited Press (first published July 31st 1998)
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A work colleague lent this to me, as a bit of a joke, I suspect. I may have mentioned that I'm a big Robert Anton Wilson fan, so maybe he figured I would be intrigued by this conspiracy theory.

Smith's book centers around the H.A.A.R.P. (that's "High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program--I know...I hadn't heard of it either) installation in Alaska. The U.S. government and the Air Force are claiming that it's a facility for studying the ionosphere and aurora borealis. Smith posits that the Co
Sep 15, 2013 Sarah rated it did not like it
How could such an interesting subject be so tedious to read. Good Lord. Also it's very old now, and can I find any updated books on this subject?? No.

Seriously. I wouldn't bother wading through this. The science is spurious - sweeping comments with precious little back up, assumptions made from unverified "facts".

There must be a better book on this out there somewhere!

Also it took me blooming ages to read it.
Sep 09, 2012 Golan added it
If you've gone through Cathy Obrien's work, this will take off where the Reagan administration left off leaving you with more questions about the summit; and definition of host. Also an uncanny understanding of your own power and a desire not to join NASA and talk with E.T just because you'll miss all your 'friends'....
Dec 24, 2008 Cory rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2008
Lots of technical stuff like electric frequencies and the experiments of Nicola Tesla. Who knows what this stuff is really about, but it's fun to speculate. Lots of the book is about conspiracy theories in general and less so about HAARP itself.
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Oct 01, 2016 Steven Kirk rated it really liked it
Glad I was able to finally finish this book! Wow, what the heck is HAARP? Makes you wonder after reading this.
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Very good research and it's scarey as hell..It shows again how science can be a murder weapen in the wrong hands.
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Jerry E. Smith was an author, lecturer, poet, and editor. His bibliography of published works includes three books from Adventures Unlimited Press (AUP), scores of non-fiction articles and reviews, and more than a dozen ghost-written books.

He was a close friend and literary partner of the late author Jim Keith. They worked together on magazines and books, and co-hosted a radio show broadcast from
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