Recently a very unassuming atmospheric radar research facility in Wales has come under scrutiny of some of the UK chemtrail community. Headlines like this are abound: http://philsreport.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/david-cameron-authorized-haarp-facility.html A letter was even posted in a local newspaper http://www.centralsomersetgazette.c...tory-20644106-detail/story.html#ixzz2tg7ygchW Now the rumours have been around for a couple of years and even Geoengineering Watch list the facility as HAARP like; http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/haarp-coordinates-and-explanation/ At present there are even plans to protest at the site, which has earned the ire of some local people https://www.facebook.com/events/1411253589100893/1499217466971171/?notif_t=event_mall_reply So what exactly is this place. Well it is just what it says on the tin and definitely not an Ionospheric Heater. It is a weather radar facility that is funded by NERC (Natural and Environmental Research Council) and mainly operated by the Universities of Aberystwyth and Manchester as well as the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, with MST standing for Mesosphere-Stratosphere-Troposphere. In addition it has a wind profiler. Their main page is here: http://mst.nerc.ac.uk/ However a Google search will find a wealth of information and data. For the technically minded they provide the technical specifications e.g. http://mst.nerc.ac.uk/nerc_mstr_tech_spec.html The facility has been up and running since 1990 and there has been nothing secretive about it. When challenged as to how this is anyway comparable to HAARP the answer is "the layout and antenna". The facility uses Yagi antenna which have been in use since the 1920s http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yagi-Uda_antenna However the array at HAARP is over 70 ft high, and the MST is 5 or 6ft. HAARP has a peak power of 3.6 MW and the MST is 160 KW. They even use different frequencies in their work. To give an idea of the size there is a rather good shot here. Take note of the lack of security and massive power generators. I think it is safe to say this is not controlling the recent floods and bad weather in the UK.