Re: La teoria di Judy Wood: fantascienza o realtÓ?

Inviato da  Oscar Jager il 20/9/2014 19:48:57
Mi scuso allora per ave rpostato tutta la pappardella sulla no-plane ; solo per non sentire ripetere le stesse obiezioni, in effetti e' gia' un bel casino cosi'.


Si, ti seppelliro' di forum in inglese e dell'eyes-unfriendly sito della Dr Wood.
Scusami anche tu per l'inutile post sui forum no-plane ( li' comunque c'e' quasi tutto .
Dunque, l'ultima roba disponibile e' la conferenza della Dr Wood in Olanda, e' qui su Vimeo :
Oppure direttament sul suo sito :

The Star Wars Beam Weapons
Star Wars Directed-Energy Weapons (DEW)
(A focus of the Star Wars Program)
Dr. Judy Wood and Dr. Morgan Reynolds
(originally posted: October 17, 2006)

Page 1: The Bathtub

At the time this article was being developed, many people expressed disbelief that energy weapons existed outside of science fiction until they were reminded of the Star Wars Program, also known as the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)*. The name of this article was chosen as a reminder that energy weapons do exist and have been developed over 100 years. Most of this technology is classified information. It can also be assumed that such technology exists in multiple countries. The purpose of this article was to begin to identify the evidence of what happened on 9/11/01 that must be accounted for. In doing so, the evidence ruled out a Kinetic Energy Device (bombs, missiles, etc.) as the method of destruction as well as a gravity-driven "collapse."

*SDI was created by U.S. President Ronald Reagan on March 23, 1983.1 It is thought that SDI may have been first dubbed "Star Wars" by opponent Dr. Carol Rosin, a consultant and former spokeswoman for Wernher von Braun. However, Missile Defense Agency (MDA) historians attribute the term to a Washington Post article published March 24, 1983, the day after the Star Wars speech, which quoted Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy describing the proposal as "reckless Star Wars schemes."** Before it was named the "Star Wars Program (SDI) in 1983, it was the Advanced Space Programs Development.***
12/12/10 -- Dr. Judy Wood

*) Strategic defense initiative

**)Sharon Watkins Lang. SMDC/ASTRAT Historical Office. "Where Do We Get Star Wars?",The Eagle. March 2007

***)Robert M. Bowman former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the U.S. Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations.

Questa tecnologia della quale parla la Dr Wood, esiste ?
Does Such Technology Exist?

A quanto scrive, durante la Guerra nel Golfo vennero usate armi simili :
Microwaving Iraq

Additional information of interest.



Star Wars in New York Octopus Part 2

Antimatter Weapons

Excerpt fromantimatter weapons

"These two characteristics are still valid today and entirely justify the interest in antimatter. The first, is that the release of usable energy per unit mass is greater in annihilation than in any other nuclear reaction. One proton-antiproton annihilation releases 300 times more energy than a fission or fusion reaction. The second, is that when antimatter is brought in the proximity of matter, annihilation starts by itself, without the need of a critical mass as in fission, and without the ignition energy needed in fusion."

Air Force pursuing antimatter weapons

Program was touted publicly, then came official gag order
Keay Davidson, Chronicle Science Writer
Monday, October 4, 2004

"The energy from colliding positrons and antielectrons "is 10 billion times ... that of high explosive," Edwards explained in his March speech. Moreover, 1 gram of antimatter, about 1/25th of an ounce, would equal "23 space shuttle fuel tanks of energy." Thus "positron energy conversion," as he called it, would be a "revolutionary energy source" of interest to those who wage war.

It almost defies belief, the amount of explosive force available in a speck of antimatter -- even a speck that is too small to see. For example: One millionth of a gram of positrons contain as much energy as 37.8 kilograms (83 pounds) of TNT, according to Edwards' March speech. A simple calculation, then, shows that about 50-millionths of a gram could generate a blast equal to the explosion (roughly 4,000 pounds of TNT, according to the FBI) at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995. "

"I think," he said, "we need to get off this planet, because I'm afraid we're going to destroy it."

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