HAARP: "Bye-Bye To The Home Of A Favorite Internet Conspiracy Theory"

"It sure looks suspicious: a remote military compound in the south-central Alaskan wilderness filled with 180 weird-looking antennas.

It's the home of the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). Conspiracy theorists have accused the program of doing everything from mind control to global communications jamming.

Now HAARP's many conspiracies, along with its legitimate research, may finally be at an end. The roughly $300 million facility is wrapping up its last experiments on June 10, and the Air Force, which runs the compound, may soon dismantle it."

Geoff Brumfiel reports for NPR's All Things Considered June 10, 2014.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014