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Subject: RE: EM question
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:11:30 -0500

Dear Tim,

 I do not think they are harmful to life, in the form they are being used.

 My personal opinion is that they are flashes of negative energy, which are designed to charge a little negative energy onto the vast charges in thunderclouds, etc., thus reducing and nullifying the positive energy charges being added by some of our distant enemies as weather warfare.  If this is a correct assumption, then only things having vast charge are affected to any degree.

 In our own bodies, we do process negative energy.  E.g., in any electrical circuit, not only are there electron currents, but every electron leaving an atom site to be "free" for current (i.e., to comprise the Drude electron gas), leaves behind a "hole" that is positively charged.  Mathematically, this hole is treated as a positron, although it has negative energy compared to its normal or "filled" state.  These holes do comprise slow currents in the body, for example, in the opposite direction from the electron currents we are familiar with.  And they are "negative energy" currents.  There is then a continual exchange in any circuit, or in any body, between "hole sites" and "free electrons falling in them".

 The hole currents move very slowly, normally, because they are attached to a much larger mass (the atom or ion or molecule).  But they do move.

 So jillions of little "flashes" of negative energy versus positive energy are ongoing in our bodies all the time.  So active is this process that the flashes from the "big flasher" fighting the hostile weather engineering are lost in the noise as far as we are concerned.

 You see, the truly powerful EM fields occur at very small levels; e.g., in the atom.  These fields are far more powerful than what we normally meet in the macroworld.  E.g., on a little cell's outer membrane, the nearest atom in the adjacent fluid may be 10exp(-9) meters away.  Across that tiny gap there may exist a millivolt.  This very "weak" voltage, however, gives an electric field across that gap of a million volts per meter!  And that is a very strong field indeed.

 So the big flasher should have very little if any effect at all on the body.  But it would have a significant accumulative effect on those storms that are being fought.

 As an example, some weeks ago a solid "front" on the weather picture was moving East across Mississippi into Alabama, in the wee hours of the morning after midnight.  This very sharp front had tornadoes, etc. in it, and was quite violent.  Since it was headed directly for us and the tornadoes were already working on Mississippi, Doris and I were sitting up watching it on TV, and were preparing to take precautions (such as going to our bomb shelter).  Right there on the screen I watched that intense front suddenly start dissolving, and the energy being drained right out of it, within about 20 minutes. That of course is extraordinary; normal fronts just do not dissolve like that.

 The next day a correspondent monitoring the "big flasher" activity sent me the video of the screen, and there was the big flasher hitting that front, and de-energizing it very quickly.  So we had the direct evidence that it was doing that.

 This is a very positive and beneficial thing, in my opinion, and the big flasher has already saved hundreds of lives and billions of dollars of destruction to our country.  Remember well these words by then Secretary Cohen in 1997:

 "Others [terrorists] are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves… So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations…It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our [counterterrorism] efforts."  

Secretary of Defense William Cohen at an April 1997 counterterrorism conference sponsored by former Senator Sam Nunn.  Quoted from DoD News Briefing, Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, Q&A at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, Apr. 28, 1997.

 Personally, (assuming I'm right about the purpose of the big flasher), I'm glad that my country is developing defenses against some of this clandestine warfare that has been going on against us for decades, since 1963.  The hostile weather engineering began in earnest over the U.S. on July 4, 1976 -- an eerie bicentennial gift to us from the Soviet Union.  In latter 1989, a rogue Japanese group consisting of Yakuza and Aum Shinrikyo leased those earlier on-site longitudinal EM wave interferometer weapons in Russia, from the KGB.  The down payment was $900 million in gold bullion.  Since then, it is that rogue Japanese group that has been doing the weather engineering over our heads, shooting down U.S. aircraft occasionally, etc.

 The terrible attack on the World Trade Center and elsewhere is just the beginning.  The snakes so long gathering in the grass here in the U.S. are now starting to attack and bite us.  This will be a very long, and very difficult, struggle we are in.

 But we will win it.

 Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

Subject: EM question

I have noticed many of the EM Blast that appear on radar around the U.S. for quite some time now.  I would like to know if you have any idea of the effects of these blasts on humans?  Are they
Harmful?  And if not how can something appearing so large and powerful not be harmful?