HAARP, a controversial US armed forces program, may be capable of inducing droughts, fog or disrupting communications and radar systems in enemy countries
The HAARP antenna array consists of 180 antennas on a total land area of about 35 acres (14.16 hectares). The array, along with its integrated transmitters, has a total radiated power capability of about 3,600 kilowatts. The HAARP facility in Alaska is estimated to have cost more than $200 million to build.
Some have cautioned that HAARP is no less than a futuristic US war strategy program. They believe that HAARP is a weather modification weapon through which the US military can induce drought in enemy region and disrupt communications and radar systems by changing the ionosphere's properties.