This is a photo from June 12, 2011 from the port of Vigor Shipyards in Seattle (USA), featuring a special radar sea-based X-band (Sea-based X-band radar (SBX)).

According to the U.S. Navy radar is designed to track the trajectories of ballistic missiles in the open ocean. However, according to some organizations, it really is not a radar, and a mobile version is based on the complex Alaska HAARP, supposedly able to influence the weather and natural disasters arrange in different corners of the globe.

As proof of his words, they show statistics on earthquakes, the number of which strangely fell almost 85% just after May 11, the day when the radar was brought to this port from an undisclosed location former home.

Photos of the radar in the ocean and near Pearl Harbor, 2006




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