Type 1 Error – The (Un)Apophenic Effects of HAARP, 2012///

Type 1 Error – The (Un)Apophenic Effects of HAARP, 2012///

Advancements in explication of earths external biosphere may reveal unforeseen value and meaning inherent in the ionospheric suprastrata. In turn, radiophysical milieu and atmospheric composition may force a new level of critical ontological awareness. The cumulative efforts of political design, formal design, technical production, and legal trusteeship manifest coded layers of control, authority, and legitimisation in the dimension of the real. These combined, as in the case of HAARP may be seen as the palpable realisation of the tele-energy postulates of 1940β€²s science fiction prophets. HAARP – High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project is a facility based in Gakona, South Central Alaska consisting of a large field of antennae producing high energy electromagnetic fields transmitted into the ionosphere. HAARP is presented as a civilian project with the potential to curtail hurricanes and repair holes in the ozone layer. More recently, critics of the project have speculated that such PR masks the military potential for creating super wave / quasi-neurotelepathic weapons. Postulated capabilities of this weaponry include controlling the weather, unleashing climatic catastrophes and the destabilisation of human neurophysiological function over distance.
In a search for connection and meaning β€œType 1 Error – The (Un)Apophenic Effects of HAARP” is a data visualisation that attempts to correlate data sets produced through research at HAARP with other unassociated online data sets. It invites a critical paranoiac reading of these datum and may provide immunity against the age of latency.

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Posted Oct 14, 2012
 
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Tags budapest, culture lab, data is beautiful, digital interaction, digital media, hungary
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