Thursday, October 13, 2011

#251: Jeane Manning

We’ve touched on the HAARPers before. In fact, Jeane Manning is Nick Begich’s close colleague in forwarding this, the mother of all tinfoil hat conspiracies. Manning and Begich provide a hilariously insane summary here of what it is all about. The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program is, of course, a scientific research program designed to study the ionosphere of the earth and its effects on communication. Manning and Begich, however, claim to document that it has been developed for manipulating and disturbing human mental processes through pulsed radio-frequency radiation over large geographical areas (their evidence seems to be the utterly compelling fact that Brzezinski in the 60s was musing about (without a shred of evidence or even theory to back it up) whether something like that might actually be possible at some point in the future). Begich’s and Manning’s book “Angels Don't Play This HAARP” also “explains a principle behind some of Nikola Tesla's inventions – resonance – which affect planetary systems.” Indeed. Tesla seems to continue to appeal to tinfoil hatters like lightbulbs appeal to moths.

Apparently, HAARP may also destroy the earth. Oh, it’s rather fun trying to google up the various “experts” and “physicists” they are quoting. Do try it.

Seems like our old friend Dan Croft has also decided to lend is credibility and wisdom to the HAARP issue. Way to go.

In addition to HAARP Manning seems to be spending some energy promoting crackpot physics and quantum woo, for instance on how “space-energy” (aether) is the source of free energy for the future and (apparently) explains how magnets work (again, trying to google the various “experts” she quotes is pretty fun; they include über-crank Tom Bearden, whom Manning seems to have a recurring fascination with). It is, of course, completed with conspiracies, persecution complexes and Galileo gambits.

According to her website, New Energy (which seems to be a mangled symbiosis of quantum woo and appeal to nature) is her main project, and she has written a couple of books on the issue, including “Break Through Power” (with Joel Garbon). The goal of the New Energy movement seems to be to find unlimited resources of free energy (without harm to the environment). For the most part, their approach seems to be to reject contemporary science and rather base their “scientific” framework on Tesla. There’s a website here (Garbon seems to be the president).

Diagnosis: Tesla Crackpot. Nuff said.

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