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Co-ordinates 49°20'58.51"S 70°15'59.57"E


Added: Jun-15-2011 Occurred On: Jun-15-2011
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Tags: French, HAARP, Discovered, In, Antartica
Location: Antarctica (load item map)
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  • It's a SuperDARN radar site. The adjacent site with dishes is the CNES Earth Station which is used for space tracking and telemetry.

    "The Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) is an international collaborative network of HF radars that monitors ionospheric plasma convection over the majority of the northern and southern polar regions. SuperDARN currently is comprised of 9 radars in the northern hemisphere and 5 radars in the southern hemisphere"

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  • Move along, nothing to see here, they are just clothes lines.

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  • Aside from not actually being in "Antarctica", this looks to me like a fairly typical HF antenna farm - possibly OTR (Over the horizon radar) or just a bog standard long range communications system.

    HAARP - I think not.

    Looking in google earth and reading wiki, it might also be some kind of former tracking or research system, given the lack of utilities it might only be used now as a backup comms path.

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    • @dchky SuperDARN

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    • @mysteryhistorytv It is not a HAARP device from this video. It is a radar array of some sort. If you have something to support it's anything other. Please, direct me to the info. I've took a few minutes and haven't found anything to the contrary. It's not up to people to debunk, it's up to people like you that "IMO it is a HAARP device" so provide the evidence that leads you to have that opinion.. I mean do you see the flaws in your logic. Nothing about HAARP is a secret, except the us More..

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    • @flashj2

      HAARP is just initials for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program.

      Governments claim to be doing only research with them.

      Technically it is a French HAARP.

      It is listed on SuperDARNS website.
      http://superdarn.jhuapl.edu/info/radars.html

      SuperDARN stands for Super Dual Auroral Radar Network, and they have installations all over the world.

      Now they claim to be resarch aurora activity and plasma density but others claim they are used for weather control experimentation and t More..

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    • @mysteryhistorytv Again, it's not a HAARP device. It's OTR, it's not exciting the ionosphere with directed energy is it!?!

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    • @flashj2 You can believe everything the government tells you.

      I like to keep an open mind myself.

      Thanks for watching.

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  • Oh it's just a small one to annoy the penguins.

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  • No way, they're just tent posts for the penguin army the French are training.

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  • I checket out on Google Earth. It's the Kerguelen Islands.
    Here the Wikipedia entry:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerguelen_Islands

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  • Those are SuperDARN Radars (Auroral International Radar Network) in the Kerguelen Island, a French overseas territory.

    More info here : http://www.institut-polaire.fr/ipev/bases_et_navires/base_de_port_aux_francais_archipel_de_kerguelen/installations_et_equipements

    I do not see anything wrong or suspicious whit it.

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  • How do you know its French?

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  • This HAARP crap is worse the chemtrails. These people have seen the movie 'The Core' one to many times.

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  • Fox Mulder is that you?

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  • Why can't anyone seem to detect energy from HAARP? You would then be able to make a correlation between HAARP and an "event".

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    • @buttkracken Probably because the energy is directed straight up and only limited to a small area? I read about HAARP years ago. It's not a secret what they are doing.

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    • @flashj2 If you look at the expenditures and effort spent on this project, how could anyone claim that HAARP is just a little experiment. It's massive and worldwide. Thats well beyond the experimental stage.

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    • @buttkracken OK, just because the military is involved or large amounts of money doesn't make it "massive and worldwide"..That's ominious and you're implying nefarious purposes without a shred of scientific backing. Most that are involved with HAARP are civilian scientist and nothing "evil" or whatever the current "conspiracy theory" flavor of the day has any proof to back it up.. I'll look more into it, as I said earlier..It's been years since I followed the " More..

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    • @flashj2- so the site tracts movements in space?

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    • @flashj2 Your right. HAARP antenna look like something from Radio Shack. This looks like something from Dish Network probably sending out Justin Bieber videos, which is also nefarious.

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  • Wow, giant golf balls.

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  • SERIOUSLY?

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  • Wrong country. Par for the course.

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  • the french only know how to make wine and cheese

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