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"The towers are spaced at 80-foot ...
"The towers are spaced at 80-foot intervals in a rectangular grid of eight columns and six rows, "explained John Heckscher, the Phillips Laboratory's HAARP program manager.
The initial experiment, as Mr.(project ...
The initial experiment, as Mr.(project manager John) Hecksher said, will be done using modest power levels and are not a cause for concern.
colleagues may say that ELF fields from HAARP
are not harmful, but remember -- our government once sprayed DDT (pesticide) on school children while they were eating lunch, and said this was not harmful ... "
Particularly because it is currently only one-tenth of its eventual size " ... the actual transmitter, as Mr. Hecksher
says, is going to be a complex of incoherent scatter radars, some imaging devices.
...HAARP project manager John Hecksher told the committee that the ionospheric heater in Norway is comparable to HAARP: it has an antenna array very much like what HAARP will have.
Dr. Patrick Flanagan noted that "the power levels described by Dr. Hecksher
aren't consistent with a statement he made on a TV show (Sightings).
was interviewed, (Dr. Hecksher) said the HAARP system can punch holes through the ionosphere and these holes would heal shortly after a HAARP system was turned off."
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It should be kept in mind that John Heckscher, HAARP program manager, made clear in an interview that the frequencies and energies used in HAARP were controllable and in some applications would be pulsed in the 1-20 Hertz range.The ranges of frequency and energy levels, he also stated, were small, but distinguishable from the Earth's own pulsations.24o This point was further amplified by Heckscher when he said, "The ELF-VLF waves to be generated by HAARP through interaction
240 Interview of John Heckscher
, HAARP Program Manager, with Jeane Manning, 2-21-1995.
...216 Letter From John Heckscher, HAARP Program Manager, Department of the Air Force, Phillips Laboratory, to
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HAARP project manager John Heckscher, a scientist at the Air Force's Phillips Laboratory, has called concerns about the transmitter's impact unfounded.
"It's not unreasonable to expect that something three times more powerful than anything that's previously been built might have unforeseen effects," Heckscher told Microwave News.
HMRP project manager John Heckscher, a scientist at the Department of the Air Force's Phillips Laboratory, has called concerns about the transmitter's impact "unfounded.
"It's not unreasonable to expect that something three times more powerful than anything that's previously been built might have unforeseen effects," Heckscher
told Microwave News