The Claim: HAARP controls the weather . . .
Eastlund again. He thought HAARP could push electrons upward in the atmosphere, causing particles underneath to move and thereby affecting weather on Earth. The Rebuttal: “This is absolute hogwash,” Stanford professor Umran Inan says. He points out that, compared with a lightning strike, HAARP’s power
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