The information on this page documents what is known about HAARP. While not exhaustive, the links below certainly raise questions as to the purpose and safety of any technology that super-heats the ionosphere.
I began to seriously research HAARP in May 2011 after I was contacted by UK author and binary mind theorist Anthony Peake. Peake's work primarily centers around "near-death experiences, déjà vu and the nature of reality" (according to Wikipedia). He contacted me after experiencing an unusual event in which he experienced the sensation of hearing Morse code in his head one night. As odd as this may seem, over the last 15-20 years I have collected data from people around the world who have also experienced this and an article on my site (usually found by "googling") summarizes my findings. Peake found the article by using the search term "Morse code in my head."
As we discussed the Morse code phenomenon via email, we began to wonder if the powerful HAARP frequencies (generated by 180 antennas with 3.6 million watts of radio frequency power from the center in Alaska--or from the numerous HAARP facilities around the world) were in any way responsible. While I cannot definitively say that HAARP is or is not causing people to hear "Morse code," what I've learned about the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program--and other technologies that alter our environment--is unsettling, at best.