DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONRY - PROVEN TECHNOLOGY
Back in 1991, before the Soviet military withdrew from East Germany, the GRU demonstrated for the U.S. Air Force Electronic Security Command (AFESC) the capabilities of its infrared beam weapon by reducing a ceramic plate into dust from a distance of one mile.
A former East German physicist who studied Soviet infrared technology and plasmoids during the 60s and 70s, and who was directly involved in a demonstration of a Soviet laser beam weapon in 1991 for the U.S. Air Force in Weimar (DDR), has stated that there is evidence that a directed-energy weapon using "deep infrared" radiation was used to bring down the WTC.
Although infrared weapon technology is not widely discussed in the West, the Soviet infrared beam weapon is nothing new and was already used during a Soviet dispute with China in 1969 to destroy "a wall" at the Ussuri River, which separates Manchuria from Russia's Far East, according to the physicist. Infrared radiation is heat-producing and invisible wavelengths lying between visible light and microwave on the electromagnetic spectrum. "Near" infrared is closest to visible light and "far" or "deep" infrared is closer to microwave. Far infrared waves are thermal and cause increased molecular vibrational activity. In other words, infrared radiation is heat.
The physicist stated, "From my experience as a physicist and research scientist with the GRU (Russia's Central Intelligence Agency) I have enough experience to judge that the WTC towers have been burning too quickly, too hot, and too completely to have been caused by the kerosene [jet fuel] fires that resulted from the crashes. Furthermore, the demolished buildings nearby [the 47-story Salomon Bros. Bldg.] are an indication that there was a plasmoid cloud involved, which probably affected the buildings nearby."
A plasmoid cloud is a heated and ionized gas that can be created and projected using far infrared thermal waves. Plasma occurs when a gas is heated so that some electrons have been separated from their atoms or molecules. Ball lightning is considered by experts to be a plasmoid phenomenon. The physicist told AFP that he believes that a plasmoid may have been projected onto the towers before the planes struck. "The planes may have had a plasmoid in front of them. Just two or three seconds before the planes hit the towers, a plasmoid on the towers would have caused the Faraday cabin effect, like a car being hit by lightning."
The Pentagon was less damaged by a similar plane
crash and fire because either a plasmoid was not involved or as the
physicist speculated, "the Pentagon is technically shielded and protected
from plasmoids." "The thermal infrared plasmoid would have raised the
heat of the building. One should examine the videos in slow motion to
see exactly when the fires started. A plasmoid would have affected
the computers in neighboring buildings, because the plasmoid affects
computers and cannot be targeted precisely," the physicist said. If
that were the case, another plasma expert says, "it seems evident that
if the object [the plane] is moving at high speed in the dense lower
levels of the atmosphere, the sudden collapse of the force free field
and plasmoid would result in its thermal disintegration in a matter
of seconds." The absence of any data from the black boxes is a further
indication of the use of a plasmoid weapon, according to the physicist.
In 1991, before the Soviet military withdrew from East Germany, the GRU demonstrated for the U.S. Air Force Electronic Security Command (AFESC) the capabilities of its infrared beam weapon by reducing a ceramic plate into dust from a distance of one mile.
This display of Soviet weapon technology was meant to impress upon the U.S. Air Force "how a stealth bomber could be turned into dust in the same way," the physicist said. The physicist placed a slightly warmed plate on the floor of a kitchen in an apartment on the fifth floor, just below the roof. GRU headquarters in Weimar (DDR), where the infrared beam originated was less than one mile away on the other side of the valley and the second transmitter or reflector was 200 meters away, with no obstacles between.
An infrared beam weapon requires two sources. The TV and the oven were turned on and the TV's remote control was put in the refrigerator. The physicist left the room and watched the TV screen, which went black for a few seconds. The physicist left the apartment for a half hour to allow AFESC personnel to examine the results.
The plate had been reduced to dust that was difficult to pick up even with a vacuum cleaner, according to the physicist. "The plate was not destroyed suddenly as if hit by a bullet, rather it disintegrated in a process taking about 15 minutes."
If the WTC had been struck by a similar weapon, then it is very likely, according to the physicist, that one of the transmitters could have been placed in a high building nearby or on a moving platform such as a satellite, a plane, a helicopter, or ship, and the reflector, or second source, on a ship or across the East River.