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In 2014, the Air Force expressed plans to dismantle the facility unless it could locate an alternate source of funding.Some non-scientists have criticized HAARP because it's been used to conduct classified experiments, and they fear a similar device using more energy could be used as a weapon.To solve this problem, HAARP created a "virtual" ELF antenna way up in the ionosphere. 400 miles of utility poles supporting 800 miles of wire — but instead using science to create the equivalent of it in the upper atmosphere is a pretty amazing achievement when you think about it.
That ELF radiation could then carry messages to prowling submarines.
The project began in 1993 and ran until roughly May 2013.
It was initially funded by the Department of Defense in conjunction with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF).
Naturally, anything to do with the capabilities of US nuclear submarines (especially the way they receive messages) is classified and the details kept under wraps by the military, so cranks often create needless hysteria around the fact that HAARP has been used in "secret military experiments".
Once you understand this, you'll realize what you should actually be afraid of is the ICBM's carried by nuclear submarines and not their cool-as-all-fuck ELF communications systems.