Norway Spiral Blamed For Arctic Blast

In the best titled article so far in 2010, Norway Time Hole “Leak” Plunges Northern Hemisphere Into Chaos, the United States’ High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) radar facility in Ramfjordmoen, Norway is said to have poked a hole in the thermosphere, thus allowing into the troposphere an “unimpeded thermal inversion” of the exosphere, which is the outermost layer of Earth’s atmosphere. This caused the severe cold weather has enveloped the northern half of the globe from the United States to Britain to China.

All this from the mysterious Spiral UFO Over Norway from early December. We blamed the Large Hadron Collider and never bought into the stray Russian missile theory, but blaming the US’s HAARP program is even better. The United States Government claims HAARP’s purpose is to investigate the ionosphere and establish whether some of its properties can be used for communication or surveillance purposes, but the conspiracy crowd has claimed it is a weapon and even blamed it for earthquakes and other phenomenon.

And then this gem of a paragraph at the end of the article

To the long-term consequences of this thermal inversion caused by the West, these reports further warn that by the puncturing of our atmosphere by the HAARP radars our Planet has, also, been “needlessly exposed” to the growing threat posed to us by the giant mysterious object currently approaching us (named by NASA as G1.9) which we had previously reported on in our January 3rd report titled “Russia Prepares For Asteroid Strike As New Comet Nears Sun”, and which has been blamed for the rapid shifting of our Earth’s North Pole that was first documented in 2005.

So not only did HAARP cause this sweeping of Arctic air over the Northern Hemisphere, it has made us more vulnerable to the upcoming 2029 and 2036 near earth passing of Aphophis – Asteroid 2004 MN4.

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