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Episode credited cast:
Jesse Ventura ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brooks A. Agnew ... Himself - Physicist (as Dr. Brooks Agnew)
Nick Begich Nick Begich ... Himself - Anti-HAARP Activist (as Dr. Nick Begich)
Michael Braverman Michael Braverman ... Himself - Investigator
Morris Cohen Morris Cohen ... Himself - Stanford University HAARP Researcher
Raheem Dawson Raheem Dawson ... Himself - Researcher
Tyler Derek Tyler Derek ... Narrator (voice)
Robert Eastlund Robert Eastlund ... Himself - Son of Dr. Bernard Eastlund
Mark Golkowski Mark Golkowski ... Himself - Stanford University HAARP Researcher
Fred Heinz Fred Heinz ... Himself - HAARP Neighbor
Louise Lindley Louise Lindley ... Herself - HAARP Neighbor
Suzanne McCarthy Suzanne McCarthy ... Herself - HAARP Neighbor
Alex Piper Alex Piper ... Himself - Investigator
Ronald Reagan ... Himself (archive footage)
June Sarpong June Sarpong ... Herself - Investigator


Is it a communications research project or a doomsday weapon that can change the weather, shoot satellites out of orbit- and trigger mind control across the globe? Jesse Ventura and his team head north to a remote region of Alaska to confront the military installation called HAARP! Written by Anonymous

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2 December 2009 (USA) See more »

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Artificial American TV Fails Again.
25 May 2011 | by irishdeckySee all my reviews

The initial thought we get if a person believes a conspiracy theory is they are paranoid and gullible (because somehow in our own gullibility, we believe our politicians tell us the absolute truth and act only in our interest), so when a former US governor puts his name to a show that is investigating these mad allegations we should take heed. I've just watched the first episode about HAARP and while the information given is vital and informative, American TV fails again. The information and whole point of the show becomes lost and irrelevant as the makers try to focus and capture the viewers imagination with spooky misleading music and narration, really annoying sound effects makes this show (like most US documentary shows) completely artificial, pompous and patronizing. The most annoying thing about this is that instead of the angry shock of what the investigators discovered, the viewer is left with a sense of comfortable normalization of the topic discussed. I don't blame Jesse Ventura, instead I blame the makers for making it more of a reality show about him than the topic at hand. However, Jesse should take responsibility for some of the rhetoric one-liners he used such as "I don't get intimidated, I get angry" which was used at least 3 times. I'll give this a rating of 4 or 5 for drawing credible attention to topics that have become sneered at in a world with an easily controlled status quo. But I would honestly recommend YouTube for these topics instead.

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