Sunday, January 17, 2016

Some interesting observations about the toasted cars at WTC


  The "Directed Energy Weapons" Hypothesis vs. Real Science

A Scientific evaluation of the theories and evidence presented on http://www.drjudywood.com/ and in her book "Where Did the Towers Go? - The Evidence of Directed Free-Energy Technology on 9/11" by Dr. Judy Wood. 

  Alien Scientist

Directed Energy Weapons are "Directed" and also "Directional", that is, they travel in a straight line and destroy anything in their path. So if these cars were toasted via a DEW (Directed Energy Weapon) then how is there is concrete parking garage roof still over them? These cars were clearly not toasted by a DEW because it would have taken out the concrete roof as well.

Overall the toasted car damage (high temperature corrosion and oxidation or rusting of steel or iron containing alloys) is much more consistent with the use of energetic materials such as those identified in dust samples by independent scientists. Nanothermite was originally patented and tested by companies like Battelle and SAIC, who were Defense Contractor who would later participate in the NIST Report Scientific Studies into the World Trade Center.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Jeffrey Smith's message to the March Against Monsanto 2014




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The Institute for Responsible Technology

Published on May 22, 2014

Jeffrey Smith reports in from the front lines in Maui County where the SHAKA Movement is helping to mobilize the county's first ever citizen's ballot initiative. 17,000 registered voters have already signed a petition to put on the ballot in November a temporary moratorium on open field GMO and Pesticide experimentation and seed production until a public health impacts study shows Monsanto's and DOW's GMO crops and the pesticide cocktails they are spaying here are safe for the residents who are exposed to pesticide drift, wind borne fugitive dust and field run off in heavy tropical rains.

Hawaii's climate affords three to four growing cycles per year and it's a primary source for GMO Corn Seed that Monsanto distributes worldwide, as well it's a significant open field testing ground for new GMO's and pesticides.

The citizens here are particularly alarmed with recent revelations that Monsanto is spraying pesticides in combinations that have not been tested or approved.

Until recent public actions all across Hawaii publicly highlighted regulatory deficiencies, the EPA had but one single inspector charged with overseeing pesticide abuse in the entire state.

The Institute for Responsible Technology....  web site

Millions March Against Monsanto 

 

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 Lymeguy

 Published on May 26, 2013 

 The World Is Awakening! No To GMOs! Millions spoke up in protests and rallies in over 50 countries and over 400 cities across the world on this historical day, May 25th, 2013! #ThisIsJustTheBeginning #MarchAgainstMonsanto

Conversations w/ Great Minds - Jeffrey Smith GMOs - Seeds of Deception P1

Sunday, November 10, 2013

DARPA's Flu Fighters Ramp Up Veggie-Based Vaccines


WIRED

By Robert Beckhusen
 07.26.12 5:31 PM

The military wants to boost vaccine production for the deadly flu, and do so with tobacco plants like these, pictured at a Medicago greenhouse in North Carolina in May 2012. Photo: Darpa In the event of a global and highly lethal flu pandemic, we’ll need to churn out millions of vaccines as soon as humanly possible. Not easy to do considering a true vaccine can’t be developed until the pandemic has already arrived. So it’s not surprising the military wants better vaccines that can be produced at blazing speed. Preferably ones it can grow. The trick is to make lots of flu vaccines by growing tons of vegetables. That’s under exploration by researchers who hold $21 million worth of funding from the Pentagon’s mad scientists at Darpa — and Darpa has been pursuing veggie-based vaccine research, called Blue Angel, since 2005. This week, Darpa-funded vaccine firm Medicago announced it hit a key goal: producing 10 million doses of a plant-based H1N1 influenza vaccine within a month.

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