I am sorry, but they are simply not capable of this. I see a few misconceptions in this, to be honest. First of all, HAARP has very limited beam steering capabilities due to the antenna arrays used (dipole antennas). Essentially, they point straight up. Secondly, you can't bounce something off the ionosphere and then expect it to hit somewhere specific. That is simply impossible. The ionosphere is a fluid mass that cannot be seen or it's behavior predicted in any manner that would allow for such. It would be the same as trying to bounce a search light you couldn't move off an ocean you couldn't see and then expect it to hit where you want it to. Thirdly, frequencies slightly offset would be the worst choice of technology as they would only add up constructively and thus deliver the energy at a fraction of the time of transmission. It simply makes no sense, sorry. Simply doesn't work like that.
No, they cannot. This is plain out wrong, sorry. The HAARP antenna arrays are emitting energy at 3 and 10MHz, which is neither ULF (300Hz to 3kHz) or UHF (300MHz to 3GHz). Both transmission frequencies are within the same band, the High Frequency (HF) band ranging from 3 to 30MHz. And they cannot send energy very deep into the ground, relatively speaking, given that they should be capable of initiating Earth quakes. Only ELF (3 to 30Hz) has that capability. And then the energy is only absorbed gradually and cannot be focused and deposited in a given spot. At 3 and 10MHz, depending on the exact composition of the soil, it will penetrate a range from 10 to 100m. Nice image on global-gpr.com's website:
That should give you some idea. And in this respect it should be noted that the Japanese Earth quake happened under the seabed in a depth of 32km. That is far, far below any human capabilities. We can simply not deposit energy at such depths. And no, the super-secret-hidden technology card doesn't help. It is basic physics and not even CIA or whichever 3 letter acronym one might come up with is capable of such.
Which he couldn't. That was an idea he had, an idea that essentially had no basis in reality.
No, they cannot. For the exact reasons stated above. Those who peddle such ridiculous theories could do with a bit of basic math and physics. Could be an eye opener. They could just as well argue that 2+2 equals 5. It is just as ridiculous.
No and no. Those who claim such merely accomplish to display sheer ignorance (their own).
Yes, for a very specific reason. Only radio waves in that frequency spectrum can be used for deep ground penetrating radar.
By all means of respect, but I have no idea how you managed to jumble that up so bad to be honest. But I guess you are not familiar with electromagnetic theory and thus actually don't know anything about HAARP besides what you get from ATS and other less than credible places. To restate, it has a max output power of 3.6MW (million Watts) and it operates at both 3 and 10MHz (million hertz).
Edited for typos.
Edited by badeskov, 15 March 2011 - 02:20 AM.