|Subject: FW: Miscellaneous
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 00:17:06 -0600
to hear from a fellow Rambling Wreck!
Some responses inserted in the questions section.
for the kind words, they are very much appreciated.
I will be going back for additional tests etc. tomorrow, to try
to ascertain the reason for the continued hypoxia.
There is a hint of the answer, but it is only a hint as of now,
and a definitive test must be done.
Presently I'm working on about a half-schedule only.
am not familiar with the Aleph program, so do not know the answer to
this one. So far as I am
aware, the Aum Shinrikyo still uses that name in Japan, but I have not
checked recently. A rogue
group of Japanese, consisting of Aum Shinrikyo and Yakuza, did indeed
lease from the KGB, on-site in Russia, the earlier scalar
interferometer weapons, right at the end of 1989.
That is also when the KGB deployed the first large strategic
quantum potential weapons. Since
then, the "fingers on the triggers" that have been
engineering our weather, initiating those earthquakes, and initiating
volcanoes -- that SecDef Cohen spoke of -- have been rogue Japanese
fingers, there in Russia, under KGB supervision.
Too many questions to answer all of them!
Here's some perspective. No
government is monolithic, and neither is any large organization.
There are cliques etc. in any and all countries.
Some are relatively benign; some are dangerous; some are simply
evil. For the drift of
things in Russia, one does well to read Lunev's book and interviews.
At the collapse of the former Soviet Union's economy, the KGB
and the Russian Mafia became the power in the country, regardless of
who the "leader" is. The
Russian Mafia in fact works under the KGB.
The leader of the country (Putin) can actually be trying to do
what he says, and in fact can even go ahead and do it.
Yet at the same time, the KGB/Mafia can have an entirely
different program also ongoing, including worldwide, while permitting
Putin to go forward with a friendly program.
This is particularly possible since the superweapons are in the
hands of the KGB; they have never been in the hands of the Russian
Armed Forces. So dealing
with a nation is a game of chess.
One has to look many moves ahead, on both sides of the fence,
and consider sacrifices of pawns, etc.
It isn't just simple negotiation with "the
government", which unfortunately most of our news media think it
is. As an example,
Yeltsin actually thought he had stopped the BW development program,
when it had only moved and continued apace, without his knowledge!
So from a single
nation, you can have multiple implemented programs, often completely
contradictory to each other, being carried out by different groups.
In simple terms, it's a helluva mess.
One also has to examine carefully how extensively any powerful
group in a particular nation has penetrated that nation's government
and large corporations, and the banking system.
In Japan's case, the Yakuza have strongly penetrated the
government, all large Japanese corporations, and also have taken
control of the banking system including the national bank.
Unfortunately, these days much of our news media uses the
"talking heads" approach, where the objective seems to be
some kind of "entertainment stardom" rather than an
objective news briefing. Simply
observe how much of the "news program" is devoted to huffing
and puffing about how great that news organization is, etc. etc.
The days when a professional briefing would be given
straightforward are almost gone.
In fairness, however, once in awhile we do get an
extraordinarily good special program in the news, where real in-depth
news reporting and background information is given.
I would like to see lots more of that.
That is absolutely essential to keep the U.S. public informed.
those lesser-desired characteristics of the news media -- and often
the desire to "sensationalize" -- seems to be why no one
reacted to SecDef Cohen's remarks there in 1997 in Georgia.
So far as I am aware, not a single news bulletin reported those
astonishing words by the SecDef.
The reason seems to have been that at the time the news media
were in frenzied and panting race, over the Lewinsky-Clinton juicy
scandal, and they just ignored it as having zero importance compared
to that. After all, it
wasn't "juicy" and it wasn't a scandal.
Other than that, your guess is as good as mine as to why no one
reported it. It is
certainly in the official transcript of his remarks, and anyone can
check that out.
this present war: It's
all of the above, in my opinion.
There are at least three tiers or levels to the conflict.
(1) the struggle against the terrorists and their sponsoring
nations (that's the lower tier, and the one getting most all the
news). (2) Bin Laden's
attempt to capture the Islamic religion and convert it to extremism,
thus converting it to a direct conflict between cultures.
President Bush has had some excellent advice on this score, and
has carefully engineered a very difficult but essential coalition, to
show clearly that this is a war on terrorism, not at all on Islam.
That is very important. The
news has also pointed this one out, and even shown some of the
penetration Bin Laden has made toward that objective. (3) the
maneuvering at the "superweapon" (energetics weaponry) level
for an opening to strike and finish off the "adversary"
(being the U.S. and its allies).
There are several kinds of these extreme superweapons; the
dominant being the quantum potential weapons that nothing else can
stand against. For some
time, three nations had them (none of which was the U.S.).
Now two other nations (not the U.S.) have them as well.
The maneuverings in that arena are so extraordinary that
conventional news media simply would not believe it.
Nonetheless it is true, and since Jan. 1997 particularly we
have been under the continual maneuvering of that "third
tier". Actually, the
third tier hostile forces consider the terrorist war against the U.S.
a very important and "asymmetrical" way of so weakening the
U.S. and crippling it, that it can be destroyed easily thereafter.
Eerily, pound for pound, you can get more "yield"
from biological warfare weapons -- professionally delivered -- than
from nuclear weapons. Our
intelligence community and our government agencies have been pointing
this out for years, largely ignored by the news media, and also have
been pointing out the very real terrorist threat we face where the
terrorists are also armed with weapons of mass destruction.
And so they are. And
now we are in that very war, where the terrorists have made the first
strike -- not with weapons of mass destruction as yet, but certainly
they struck hard and with sophisticated preparation at 50,000
Americans working in those World Trade Center towers, and at the
people working in the Pentagon, killing more Americans than were
killed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Sadly, this war has only just begun.
But it has also united Americans in a way that many would
earlier have thought impossible.
Admiral Yamamoto said it for the record, as he turned his ships
away after his attack on Pearl Harbor:
fear we have awakened a sleeping giant—and filled him with a
that is exactly what the terrorists have done.
"mindsnapper" is actually a nickname I appended some years
ago to a fearsome EMP weapon that produces a negative energy EMP,
rather than a positive energy EMP.
It has the unique characteristic that, in the struck zone or
object, electron currents are suddenly destroyed (they simply
'disappear" by a certain technical process in the Dirac theory of
the electron). A human
body struck with that, falls instantly like a limp rag.
Instantly no brain currents, no nervous system currents, no
little tiny currents inside the cells, nothing.
Instant and total physical death of every tiniest part of the
body. The ultimate death
ray. Note that it is very
effective against all electronics, and also destroys semiconductors.
So it's an all purpose weapon against personnel, electrical
power systems, communications systems, missiles, aircraft, satellites,
etc. [China also has
recently deployed such weapons].
The Russians tested tactical
versions of that weapon twice in Afghanistan in the 1980s, where the
Mujahideen thought it must have been some kind of fast-acting nerve
gas. I personally spent
two hours (by a fluke) in Washington, D.C. with the Mujahideen
Representative to the U.S. Government, confirming the characteristics
of those two strikes. You can see why I nicknamed it the
"mindsnapper" --- with a totally and instantly dead body,
including every cell, virus, germ, bacterium, whatever, the mind-body
connection is instantly and violently severed or "snapped".
Not even a nerve cell ever fires again, and the body does not
decay even in a month (as was the case in Afghanistan).
The body also is instantly "time-charged" by the
strike, and continues to emit longitudinal EM radiation as that charge
decays over a lengthy period. Predators
will not eat the body, since if they come close, the LW radiation
striking them begins to "noise jam" their own mind-body
connection. If they
persist, they will waver, stagger, and fall down and die in
convulsions. But when the
interference from the radiation starts, they simply turn and flee in
alarm. The Afghans called
the weapon "smerch", meaning "wind of death", and
thought it was some kind of fast-acting nerve gas.
You can see an article treating it as some sort of nerve gas or
other chemical, in Yossef
testing chemical agents in Afghanistan," Jane's Defence Weekly,
1(3), Apr. 7, 1984, p. 508. No
nerve gas on earth and no chemical poison will kill in that fashion.
Marinov, one of the free energy researchers, was also apparently
killed with a very small "shooter" version of that weapon,
and his body was then thrown off a building to pretend it was
pavement -- where the body was allowed by the police to lie for
an extended period -- glowed when the body was finally removed.
No other weapon will kill a body in such fashion that the
emitted LWs from it will cause cement to emit visible radiation.
would like to conclude by saying that I'm proud to be a fellow Yellow
Jacket/Ramblin'Wreck Alumni ('56 BS ChE).
now there's a winner! I
still remember Ga Tech with great fondness, and I very much enjoyed my
time there. I had some
great professors, and really enjoyed my studies there (I left Ga Tech
in 1971 to go straight to Vietnam).
I do hope the
University is still doing well.
thanks, and best wishes to you also.
Our country is now in a new kind of war we have not experienced
before, where "fortress America" has already been penetrated
and the enemy is within our gates, in addition to outside in his
distant bases and sponsoring nations.
This is likely to be the longest, toughest war we have ever
fought, and the bulk of the casualties -- sadly -- will almost
certainly be innocent American civilians and noncombatants.
We shall all need to stick tightly together, and give this one
our best shot. It may be
tough, but I am confident we will win the course eventually.
The only thing we must not do is lose our patience.
We cannot "run away" from this one, back to Fortress
America; the enemy is already in our gates and within the fortress. There
are two "theaters of operation":
(1) the North American Theater of Operations, and (2)
everywhere else. We shall need to learn patience and sustain it as