Which device shows directed energy weapon beams and streamers?

DefSec008

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I'm not sure if this is one device or two different devices.

It is a thermal cam. It shows the beam of those directed energy weapons that cops use to slow down the people they are chasing. (on screen it looks like a flashlight beam but thats not what it is. You can tell because when it is pointed at the victim it is bright but when it moves off target it is dark).

There is another one (maybe the same) that shows streamers or energy ribbons coming off some people heads.

They are no doubt expensive. One was helicopter mounted.

Anyone have a link to a video showing this?
 

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THEIS

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Hi,

@DefSec008
The beam you are referring to in regards as it being bright when shined on the victim and dark when not shined on the victim is the DARPA Gravity Light 4000. I have no idea where you seen it but there are only 3 Law Enforcement Agencies in the world that are testing it.
The basis of it is built on the gravity tractor theory but the gravity enhancements are built into the actual light transmissions. Essentially wherever that light is pointed it will increase the gravity force by 4000..hence the name of Gravity Light 4000. I know it was tested on Usain Bolt and it allowed a normal LEO to catch him. It will also tested in Abu Dhabi to see how long it would take for the light to slow down a F22 and they were able to make it land like a Harrier.

Now as far as the video of the "streamers" coming out of peoples heads.....that is the Department of Homeland Securities Illegal Alien EMP-Mod3.
That device essentially shoots an advanced taser system from man-pods and the agents in the helo can render the person unconscious by sending the EMP through the embedded "streamers" so that the victim does not make it to the Interstate or safehouse without being detected.

Here is a picture of the Gravity Light 4000 in action...it is so bright that you cannot even see the person it has trapped in the gravity field.


Sincerely,
Theis
 

THEIS

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Hi,

Legit as can be...here is picture of AFTER the light was turned off and Usain Bolt was finally starting to get his senses back. As you can see he still was not able to get to his feet. In the interview afterwards he said that he felt so heavy that he actually thought his femur broke under his own body weight.



Sincerely,
Theis
 

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Gravity enhancement is last generation.

The Aura technology uses dark matter non-reflectance adsorption principals.
 

TheGerman

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Hi,

@DefSec008
The beam you are referring to in regards as it being bright when shined on the victim and dark when not shined on the victim is the DARPA Gravity Light 4000. I have no idea where you seen it but there are only 3 Law Enforcement Agencies in the world that are testing it.
The basis of it is built on the gravity tractor theory but the gravity enhancements are built into the actual light transmissions. Essentially wherever that light is pointed it will increase the gravity force by 4000..hence the name of Gravity Light 4000. I know it was tested on Usain Bolt and it allowed a normal LEO to catch him. It will also tested in Abu Dhabi to see how long it would take for the light to slow down a F22 and they were able to make it land like a Harrier.

Now as far as the video of the "streamers" coming out of peoples heads.....that is the Department of Homeland Securities Illegal Alien EMP-Mod3.
That device essentially shoots an advanced taser system from man-pods and the agents in the helo can render the person unconscious by sending the EMP through the embedded "streamers" so that the victim does not make it to the Interstate or safehouse without being detected.

Here is a picture of the Gravity Light 4000 in action...it is so bright that you cannot even see the person it has trapped in the gravity field.


Sincerely,
Theis
Theis is correct.

I was the pilot of said F22. Without the help of the GL4000 I would have crashed the aircraft after flying in a 130mph crosswind while trying to stabilize the rotational cavitation being caused by the spin drift off the nose causing me to correct my approach by applying left rudder pedal, which caused the nose to disrupt the airflow over the left (inside) wing, as well as the airflow to the left engine intake in an attempt to execute a approach turn stall, aerodynamic effect.

Due to the extremely high crosswinds as well as the opposing gravitational forces, the port engine suffered a compressor stall and lost power—a well-known deficiency characteristic of the F22 engine when inlet air was no longer flowing straight into it. Loss of an engine in these circumstances results in asymmetric thrust, which can exceed rudder authority, especially at low speeds.

Had the Abu Dahbi site not had the Haliburton Weather Machine (HWM) on location at that time with its GL4000 to basically stall and hold the F22, the aircraft would have been a complete loss.
 

THEIS

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Hi,

Here is very brief video of the F22 right before the Gravity Light 4000 was activated......
No power....no thrust


Sincerely,
Theis
 
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Spblademaker

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Theis is correct.

I was the pilot of said F22. Without the help of the GL4000 I would have crashed the aircraft after flying in a 130mph crosswind while trying to stabilize the rotational cavitation being caused by the spin drift off the nose causing me to correct my approach by applying left rudder pedal, which caused the nose to disrupt the airflow over the left (inside) wing, as well as the airflow to the left engine intake in an attempt to execute a approach turn stall, aerodynamic effect.

Due to the extremely high crosswinds as well as the opposing gravitational forces, the port engine suffered a compressor stall and lost power—a well-known deficiency characteristic of the F22 engine when inlet air was no longer flowing straight into it. Loss of an engine in these circumstances results in asymmetric thrust, which can exceed rudder authority, especially at low speeds.

Had the Abu Dahbi site not had the Haliburton Weather Machine (HWM) on location at that time with its GL4000 to basically stall and hold the F22, the aircraft would have been a complete loss.
Unfathomable piloting and ground tech symbiosis to save the plane.
 

Bender

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When you use a phase array to line up plutonium atoms so that their polarity is lined up then when you spin them it creates a gravity beam with a very slow but predictable logarithmic depreciation of efficiency and sustainablity. This beam could be detectable by by a modified PVS-14 by using a mild exposed radiation filter in the 25-35nm wave range.
Sometimes a directed microwave horn antenna can be used to direct-focus the gravity beam to use the wave amplification effect of a horn.

I hope this helps clear things up.
 

DefSec008

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Hi,

@DefSec008
The beam you are referring to in regards as it being bright when shined on the victim and dark when not shined on the victim is the DARPA Gravity Light 4000. I have no idea where you seen it but there are only 3 Law Enforcement Agencies in the world that are testing it.
The basis of it is built on the gravity tractor theory but the gravity enhancements are built into the actual light transmissions. Essentially wherever that light is pointed it will increase the gravity force by 4000..hence the name of Gravity Light 4000. I know it was tested on Usain Bolt and it allowed a normal LEO to catch him. It will also tested in Abu Dhabi to see how long it would take for the light to slow down a F22 and they were able to make it land like a Harrier.

Now as far as the video of the "streamers" coming out of peoples heads.....that is the Department of Homeland Securities Illegal Alien EMP-Mod3.
That device essentially shoots an advanced taser system from man-pods and the agents in the helo can render the person unconscious by sending the EMP through the embedded "streamers" so that the victim does not make it to the Interstate or safehouse without being detected.

Here is a picture of the Gravity Light 4000 in action...it is so bright that you cannot even see the person it has trapped in the gravity field.


Sincerely,
Theis
I actually know how to make something like that but instead of slowing things down it makes them weightless. If you increase the power and confine the beam width it rips them apart. The directed energy weapon in question is a simple keychain sized device. The swingers club sells them. For a while there was a store in the local mall selling them for 50 cents each. They looked like ear-rings.

Thanks for the entertaining post.
 

DefSec008

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Theis is correct.

I was the pilot of said F22. Without the help of the GL4000 I would have crashed the aircraft after flying in a 130mph crosswind while trying to stabilize the rotational cavitation being caused by the spin drift off the nose causing me to correct my approach by applying left rudder pedal, which caused the nose to disrupt the airflow over the left (inside) wing, as well as the airflow to the left engine intake in an attempt to execute a approach turn stall, aerodynamic effect.

Due to the extremely high crosswinds as well as the opposing gravitational forces, the port engine suffered a compressor stall and lost power—a well-known deficiency characteristic of the F22 engine when inlet air was no longer flowing straight into it. Loss of an engine in these circumstances results in asymmetric thrust, which can exceed rudder authority, especially at low speeds.

Had the Abu Dahbi site not had the Haliburton Weather Machine (HWM) on location at that time with its GL4000 to basically stall and hold the F22, the aircraft would have been a complete loss.
I had a similar experience. I was landing on an aircraft carrier and wanted to see if I could land without the cable by comming in close to stall speed and below deck, then dropping my flaps at the last minute to vector up over the deck and then stall onto the deck. I fucked it up but a god pushed the plane up and over. You should have seen the crew shit and run when they saw me comming at them!
 

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So, something like the Raytheon silent guardian? (microwaves, making people feel like they're on fire)
Or a sonic one?

These seem to be the only one that are in le hands.
 

Strykervet

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I'm not sure if this is one device or two different devices.

It is a thermal cam. It shows the beam of those directed energy weapons that cops use to slow down the people they are chasing. (on screen it looks like a flashlight beam but thats not what it is. You can tell because when it is pointed at the victim it is bright but when it moves off target it is dark).

There is another one (maybe the same) that shows streamers or energy ribbons coming off some people heads.

They are no doubt expensive. One was helicopter mounted.

Anyone have a link to a video showing this?
Okay, I see where he's going.

He's just having a hard time explaining it, cut him some slack. I went back and re-read it. I know it comes off as totally fucking whacko but it's not, it's a totally valid question.

What he's talking about is, "will thermal show (microwave? millimeter?) heat weapons (like the one Raytheon put on a hummvee, looks like a flat satellite dish). I've seen it on documentaries and shit years ago but don't know much more about it than that.

And the "streamers" coming out of people's heads is "will the same thermal device show heat radiating from someone's head?"

The answer to one is I do not know if thermal will show the beam, that's a good question. I'd assume you'd see the target get hotter when it was switched on though.

The answer to two is yes. Thermal will show heat radiating off someone's head, particularly when it's cold and you've been running. You can see the steam without thermal, so with thermal, hell yeah. Buddy went to take a shit in front of the stryker one time and didn't realize everyone in every vehicle could see the shit hit ground and steam coming off it. A shit was never so funny, we were like five year olds.

Here, this is funny and sort of gets to the point:

 
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That goddamn post had me at first too.

Awesome way to take the heat there 008 and the way you described that was funny as shit; if you go back and read it again you'll see why such the response.

Or maybe he was fucking with us... Either way it was epic.
 
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SDet

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Okay, I see where he's going.

He's just having a hard time explaining it, cut him some slack. I went back and re-read it. I know it comes off as totally fucking whacko but it's not, it's a totally valid question.

What he's talking about is, "will thermal show (microwave? millimeter?) heat weapons (like the one Raytheon put on a hummvee, looks like a flat satellite dish). I've seen it on documentaries and shit years ago but don't know much more about it than that.

And the "streamers" coming out of people's heads is "will the same thermal device show heat radiating from someone's head?"

The answer to one is I do not know if thermal will show the beam, that's a good question. I'd assume you'd see the target get hotter when it was switched on though.

The answer to two is yes. Thermal will show heat radiating off someone's head, particularly when it's cold and you've been running. You can see the steam without thermal, so with thermal, hell yeah. Buddy went to take a shit in front of the stryker one time and didn't realize everyone in every vehicle could see the shit hit ground and steam coming off it. A shit was never so funny, we were like five year olds.

Here, this is funny and sort of gets to the point:


Glad I'm not the only one who saw this.
 

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It depends on what the instrument is tuned to. I have a shooting buddy that has special cameras that will see gas leaks as small as you can believe to look for evaporation or small vapor leaks at a hydrocarbon refinery.
 

Strykervet

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It depends on what the instrument is tuned to. I have a shooting buddy that has special cameras that will see gas leaks as small as you can believe to look for evaporation or small vapor leaks at a hydrocarbon refinery.
Is that using "Scherling" Photography? Not sure if I spelled that right. You can do it with a normal camera too. I forget how to set it up but it will let you see some amazing shit, like the gas escaping from a can or bottle of coke, a FART (which is more awesome than on thermal) and pretty much any invisible actions that disturb air. I imagine you could combine it with microphotography and see very tiny disturbances.

I don't know if that method would work for seeing microwaves and from distance too. I though it was mostly for gas but it'd be interesting. Bottom line is this: we pretty much have the technology to see anything on the EM scale so the answer in all cases would be "yes" if one were willing enough. NV and thermal are only two imaging methods, NASA uses many more. Not all images come out looking like a photograph though.

I do recall a discussion about a thermal laser. Like a PEQ for thermal. It's been a while so I don't recall the particulars or even if the thing moved past an idea or a prototype, but it was supposed to work like a PEQ, invisible to all but thermal. The problems being discussed was about the target feeling the heat and the beam heating up dust in the atmosphere, thus giving away the position (much like a normal PEQ).
 

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Is that using "Scherling" Photography? Not sure if I spelled that right. You can do it with a normal camera too. I forget how to set it up but it will let you see some amazing shit, like the gas escaping from a can or bottle of coke, a FART (which is more awesome than on thermal) and pretty much any invisible actions that disturb air. I imagine you could combine it with microphotography and see very tiny disturbances.

I don't know if that method would work for seeing microwaves and from distance too. I though it was mostly for gas but it'd be interesting. Bottom line is this: we pretty much have the technology to see anything on the EM scale so the answer in all cases would be "yes" if one were willing enough. NV and thermal are only two imaging methods, NASA uses many more. Not all images come out looking like a photograph though.

I do recall a discussion about a thermal laser. Like a PEQ for thermal. It's been a while so I don't recall the particulars or even if the thing moved past an idea or a prototype, but it was supposed to work like a PEQ, invisible to all but thermal. The problems being discussed was about the target feeling the heat and the beam heating up dust in the atmosphere, thus giving away the position (much like a normal PEQ).
Thermals pick up IR lasers.
 
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