[video] Jesse Ventura’s “Conspiracy Theory” Episode 1: Alaska’s HAARP (Includes 10 Minutes With Nick Begich At His Beautiful Home!) — “What do you think they’re hiding up there in Alaska?”

“What do you think they’re hiding up there in Alaska?”

— Jesse Ventura

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDfwHU7Cw6g]Conspiracy Theory W/ Jesse Ventura: HAARP [Season 1, Episode 1] (Full Length • HD)

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Jesse Ventura and his team head to Alaska to investigate the purpose of the HAARP installation.

In a remote region of Alaska, a special government research center is said to be testing the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, which, some believe, allows radio waves to be developed as a potential weapon. If true, these radio waves could be used to change the weather and control people’s minds. Jesse and his team head to the Last Frontier to investigate, but nervous security guards try to stop them at the gate of the facility and keep them from finding the real purpose first-hand. The team also talks to a scientist who demonstrates how radio waves can be used to literally move clouds.

Featured Experts and Eyewitnesses include: Dr. Brooks Agnew, a physicist who believes he accidentally triggered an earthquake by using radio waves to locate underground oil; Dr. Roger Smith, director of the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks, which coordinates research at the HAARP facility in Gakona, AK; Dr. Nick Begich, a native Alaskan and anti-HAARP activist; and Robert Eastlund, the son of Bernard Eastlund, whose ideas were allegedly the catalyst for the creation of HAARP.

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Jesse Ventura Discusses His Important New Show, “Conspiracy Theory” — On TruTv In December

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“Conspiracy Theory” with Jesse Ventura — All 7 Episodes

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