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."