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Secrets of Cold War Technology: Project Haarp and Beyond Paperback – May 1, 2000
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Editorial mistakes aside, this book provides a detailed and truthful history of wave and impulse technologies and weapons tested or employed by industry and/or military between the late 19th century and today.
The first chapters provide accounts of Nikola Tesla's aetheric energy/impulse experiments of the late 1800s. There's enough information here to bore anybody with a physics or engineering background (unlike myself), but it's a neccessary introduction to the remainder of the book. Consipracy theories regarding wave-based mind control and communications "blackout" technologies are clarified or disproved, and the frightful capabilities of real EMP and ray weapons are revealed. The last few chapters discussing HAARP/IRI and related projects are brief but informative; I expected much more information based on the title. A thorough bibliography which cites patent information is included to support the author's statements.
The book has its shortcomings, but to discuss the topics and projects covered in the text in greater scientific detail would require hundreds of additional pages. I recommend this book to anybody with an amateur interest in Cold War weapons technology, and as an introduction to Teslian technology and the history of wave radio.
I agree that typos might be edited out, especially with Amazon's one-off technology. However, the wealth of information and depth of understanding in this book deserve 5 stars, with or without the typos. If you want to gain an understanding that reaches beyond electron based science this book is a must.
I see the negative reviews as just empty bashing to run down the number of stars to discourage readers. In addition to being good science, it is also a very exciting and engaging story. Don't miss it.
At following chapters it's possible to find a lot of really interesting introductory info about war- free energy - weapons- business, civilian and military search. Maybe 50 or more pages could be drawn by avoiding unnecessary author comments.
Any way I recomend any science free energy search interested people to read this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lots of info about Tesla's work in the USA. Only 10 pages about Project Haarp and cold war technology. Should have been titled "Secrets of Tesla's Radiant Energy research". Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Norman L. Silliman
Secrets shines the light of clarity and understanding on a subject most often clouded in conspiratist hysteria. Read morePublished on April 28, 2001