Currently and routinely utilized, it has remained a well guarded "open secret" for decades.
Facts quell hysteria, but Truth is stranger than fiction. Want the answers? This complete technical history of military projects will show the development of every relevant project preceding and exceeding HAARP. Only the facts. No hysteria.
Complete with communications and weapons patent citations, this book will forever change your view of world events and technology. In Secrets of Cold War Technology , Gerry Vassilatos reveals that "Death Ray" technology has been secretly researched and developed since the turn of the century.
Included are chapters on H. Vion, the developer of auroral energy receivers; Dr. Selim Lemstrom's pre-Tesla experiments; the early beam weapons of Grindell-Mathews; John Hettenger and his early beam power systems; Ulivi Turpain and others. From Natural Philosophy Wiki.
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Who was John Hettinger, and how were his early beam power systems modified through radar technology into ray beam weapons? What was Project Argus? Project Teak?
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I have not scanned and OCR'd these two though, but I will when I get the time, and if they are requested by anyone on the forum here. As far as my ebook collection, well it's enormous, but mostly just stuff you could get your hands on already Tom Bearden, Peter Lindemann, Demonoid and The Pirate Bay are our friends ; End quote It never hurts to scan books which are not already digitally available, so, please, feel free to scan em, not necessarily ocr.
Doctor No : Quote from: hansvonlieven on January 11, , AM Tesla, though a genius in many ways was also a nutcase similar to Howard Hughes. He was afraid of germs and refused to shake hands with almost anyone for fear of getting contaminated.