ACTIVE DENIAL SYSTEM:

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ACTIVE DENIAL SYSTEM:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:30 pm

Tuesday
01.21.2020
1:30 p.m.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

Dr. Judy Wood's body of work, including her book:

"WHERE DID THE TOWERS GO ?",

have motivated me to analyze, read, research, and study much more deeply into The Evidence of
09.11.2001.

I was first hit over the head when I looked at pictures of The Twin Towers Plaza from the late
afternoon of 09.11.2001.

NO I DID NOT SEE OVER 2,000,000 TONS OF DEBRIS BEFORE ANY CLEAN-UP EVER BEGAN !

No I did not see Pancaking of 2 X 110 Floors.

No I did not see Debris Typical of 2 X 110 Floors Imploded Buildings.

Also I never knew that almost 1,500+ people jumped from the Twin Towers, after or during stripping
off their clothing.

It was raining bodies and living people SOME WHO WERE EXPLODING IN MID AIR, SHREDDING BODY
PARTS LONG BEFORE THE REMAINING BODY PARTS HIT THE GROUND.

I am not sure what all of this means.

My only Conclusion is the The Deep State, The High Cabal, The Secret State, The Military Industrial
Corporations, The Intelligence Communities, and Main Stream Media have never given "We the
People..." The Real, Total Truth even 19 years after 09.11.2001

OF COURSE THE REAL TOTAL TRUTH OF PEARL HARBOR HAS NOT BEEN DISCLOSED YET EITHER !

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers
who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.


Active Denial System
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Active Denial System (ADS)
Place of origin
United States
Service history
Wars
War in Afghanistan
Production history
Manufacturer
Raytheon[1]
Variants
ADS II
Silent Guardian
Specifications

The Active Denial System (ADS) is a non-lethal, directed-energy weapon developed by the U.S. military,[2] designed for area denial, perimeter security and crowd control.[3] Informally, the weapon is also called the heat ray[4] since it works by heating the surface of targets, such as the skin of targeted human subjects. Raytheon is currently marketing a reduced-range version of this technology.[5] The ADS was deployed in 2010 with the United States military in the Afghanistan War, but was withdrawn without seeing combat.[6] On August 20, 2010, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department announced its intent to use this technology on prisoners in the Pitchess Detention Center in Los Angeles, stating its intent to use it in "operational evaluation" in situations such as breaking up prisoner fights.[7] As of 2014, the ADS was only a vehicle-mounted weapon, though U.S. Marines and police were both working on portable versions.[8] ADS was developed under the sponsorship of the Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons Program with the Air Force Research Laboratory as the lead agency.[9][10] There are reports that Russia[11] and China are developing their own versions of the Active Denial System.[12]

ReferencesEffects[edit]
The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target, which corresponds to a wavelength of 3.2 mm.[13] The ADS millimeter wave energy works on a similar principle as a microwave oven, exciting the water and fat molecules in the skin, and instantly heating them via dielectric heating. One significant difference is that a microwave oven uses the much lower frequency (and longer wavelength) of 2.45 GHz. The short millimeter waves used in ADS only penetrate the top layers of skin, with most of the energy being absorbed within 0.4 mm ( 1⁄64 inch),[14] whereas microwaves will penetrate into human tissue about 17 mm (0.67 inch).[15]
The ADS's effect of repelling humans occurs at slightly higher than 44 °C (111 °F), though first-degree burns occur at about 51 °C (124 °F), and second-degree burns occur at about 58 °C (136 °F).[16] In testing, pea-sized blisters have been observed in less than 0.1% of ADS exposures, indicating that second degree surface burns have been caused by the device.[16] The radiation burns caused are similar to microwave burns, but only on the skin surface due to the decreased penetration of shorter millimeter waves. The surface temperature of a target will continue to rise so long as the beam is applied, at a rate dictated by the target's material and distance from the transmitter, along with the beam's frequency and power level set by the operator. Most human test subjects reached their pain threshold within 3 seconds, and none could endure more than 5 seconds.[17]
A spokesman for the Air Force Research Laboratory described his experience as a test subject for the system:
For the first millisecond, it just felt like the skin was warming up. Then it got warmer and warmer and you felt like it was on fire. ... As soon as you're away from that beam your skin returns to normal and there is no pain.
Like all focused energy, the beam will irradiate all matter in the targeted area, including everything beyond/behind it that is not shielded, with no possible discrimination between individuals, objects or materials. Anyone incapable of leaving the target area (e.g., physically handicapped, infants, incapacitated, trapped, etc.) would continue to receive radiation until the operator turned off the beam. Reflective materials such as aluminum cooking foil should reflect this radiation and could be used to make clothing that would be protective against this radiation.[18]
Following approximately ten thousand test exposures of volunteers to ADS beams,[17] a Penn State Human Effects Advisory Panel (HEAP) concluded that ADS is a non-lethal weapon that has a high probability of effectiveness with a low probability of injury:[16]
• no significant effects for wearers of contact lenses or other eyewear (including night vision goggles)
• normal skin applications, such as cosmetics, have little effect on ADSʼs interaction with skin
• no age-related differences in response to ADS exposures
• no effect on the male reproduction system
• damage was the occurrence of pea-sized blisters in less than 0.1% of the exposures (6 of 10,000 exposures).[17]
In April 2007, one airman in an ADS test was overdosed and received second-degree burns on both legs, and was treated in a hospital for two days.[18][19] There was also one laboratory accident in 1999 that resulted in a small second-degree burn.[17]
Possible long-term effects[edit]
Many possible long-term effects have been studied, with the conclusion that no long-term effects are likely at the exposure levels studied.[14] However, overexposures of either operators or targets may cause thermal injury. According to an official military assessment, "In the event of an overexposure to a power density sufficient to produce thermal injury, there is an extremely low probability that scars derived from such injury might later become cancerous. Proper wound management further decreases this probability, as well as the probability of hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation."[20]
• Cancer: A mouse cancer study was performed at two energy levels and exposures with a 94 GHz transmitter: a single 10 second, 1 W/cm2 exposure; and repeated 10 second exposures over 2 week period at 333 mW/cm2. At both energy levels, no increase in skin cancers were observed.[21] No studies of higher energy levels, or longer exposure times have been performed on millimeter-wave systems.
• Cornea damage: Tests on non-human primate eyes have observed no short-term or long-term damage as the blink reflex protects the eye from damage within 0.25 seconds.[22]
• Birth defects: Millimeter waves only penetrate 0.4 mm ( 1⁄64 inch) into the skin, making direct damage to the testes or ovaries impossible.
• Blisters and scarring: Pea-sized blistering due to second degree burns occurred in a very small minority (less than 0.1%) of tested exposures, which have a remote potential for scarring.
ADS operators would be exposed to more than the standard maximum permissible exposure (MPE) limits for RF energy, and military use requires an exception to these exposure limits.[23]
History[edit]
Development[edit]
Two Active Denial Systems were developed under a Defense Department "Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration" Program (now known as Joint Concept Technology Demonstration Program) from 2002 to 2007. Unlike typical weapons development programs in the Defense Department, ACTDs/JCTDs are not focused on optimizing the technology; rather they are focused on rapidly assembling the technology in a configuration suitable for user evaluation.[24]
Contracts[edit]
On September 22, 2004, Raytheon was granted an FCC license to demonstrate the technology to "law enforcement, military and security organizations."[25]
On October 4, 2004, the United States Department of Defense published the following contract information:
Communications and Power Industries (CPI), Palto Alto [sic], Calif., is being awarded a $6,377,762 costs-reimbursement, cost-plus fixed-price contract. The contractor shall design, build, test, and deliver a two to 2.5 megawatt, high efficiency, continuous wave (CW) 95 gigahertz millimeter wave source system. The contractor shall perform extensive modeling, simulation, experiments, and testing to the maximum capabilities of their facilities (which shall no less than one megawatt peak RF output) that will ascertain the final CW capabilities of the source. The contractor also shall provide input for the requirements for the government's test stand, which will serve as a full power facility in the future. At this time, $900,000 of the funds has been obliged. This work will be complete by January 2009. Negotiations were completed September 2004. The Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, is the contracting activity (FA9451-04-C-0298).[26]
Demonstration[edit]
The military has made the ADS available to the media for demonstrations on a number of occasions. A fully operational and mounted version of the system was demonstrated on January 24, 2007, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, United States. A Reuters correspondent who volunteered to be shot with the beam during the demonstration described it as "similar to a blast from a very hot oven – too painful to bear without diving for cover."[27] An Associated Press reporter who volunteered to be engaged stated "They certainly convinced me that the system could help save the lives of innocent civilians and our young service members"[28] CBS News correspondent did an in-depth story on ADS in March 2008.[29] A demonstration was conducted for the media on March 9, 2012, at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.[30]
Afghanistan deployment[edit]


An operational version of the Active Denial System (2008)
On June 21, 2010, Lt. Col. John Dorrian, a spokesman for the NATO forces commander General Stanley McChrystal, confirmed in an e-mail to Wired reporter Noah Shachtman that the ADS was deployed in Afghanistan. The spokesman added however that the system has not yet been used operationally.[31]
The ADS has been removed from service in Afghanistan as of July 25, 2010. A spokesperson for the United States Department of Defense said "The decision to recall the weapons back to the US was made by commanders on the ground in Afghanistan."[32]
A former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense noted that the recall of ADS from Afghanistan was an "opportunity missed" and "the non-lethality of the ADS system could prove useful in a counterinsurgency operation where avoidance of civilian casualties is essential to mission success."[33]
Problems[edit]
There have been speculations in open literature[34] for why the ADS has not been used in a theater of operations. Some of the claimed problems expressed have included: (1) that a potential unreliability in certain environmental conditions, because precipitation (rain/snow/fog/mist) commonly dissipates RF energy, which may moderate the ADS's sensation to "warm and comfortable"; (2) that ADS may only work successfully against exposed skin, implying that heavier clothing may reduce its effectiveness and that its tactical usefulness may potentially be limited in striking specific personnel hiding in crowds of civilians, because this 'hiding' situation has not been seen in all recent theaters of operation (was reportedly observed in Somalia and Iraq, but reportedly not in Afghanistan). What the actual performance of ADS is relative to these concerns is not presently known to be published in open literature.
Active Denial System II[edit]
In 2011, the ADS was redesigned to make it smaller, more reliable, and able to be used on the move. ADS II is being designed to operate from moving aircraft, as well as moving ground vehicles. The redesign does not address problems in different environmental conditions.[34]
The Air Force Special Operations Command is experimenting with mounting an ADS of the AC-130J Ghostrider gunship to target threatening crowds or individuals on the ground. This is to give the gunship a non-lethal option so the crew has more engagement options. Due to the increasing number of engagements in populated areas, the Air Force is aiming to have fielded a system within 5–10 years to have enough aircraft available with less lethal systems.[35] The aircraft will apparently use the ADS II version.[36]
Concepts for use[edit]
ADS was developed as a non-lethal weapon. According to Department of Defense policy, non-lethal weapons "are explicitly designed and primarily employed so as to incapacitate personnel or material, while minimizing fatalities, permanent injury to personnel, and undesired damage to property and the environment."[37] ADS has applications for crowd control and perimeter defense, and filling "the gap between shouting and shooting." Other crowd control methods – including pepper spray, tear gas, water cannons, slippery foam and rubber bullets – carry implicit dangers of temporary or permanent injury or accidental death, and often leave residue or residual material. Combinations of acoustic and optical system platforms with ADS can be used to effectively communicate to, warn of escalation of force, introduce optical and auditory deterrents and step function the escalation of transmitted force from relatively benign to ultimately forced dispersal of a crowd, or to deny them from an area or access to an area. A group of people can theoretically be dispersed or induced to leave an area in a manner unlikely to damage personnel, non-involved civilians (no stray bullets), or to nearby buildings or the environment.
Non-lethal weapons are intended to provide options to U.S. troops, for example, "to stop suspicious vehicles without killing the drivers".[38] Although the ADS millimeter wave frequency does not affect a car's electronic components, it can be used to deter a driver in an approaching vehicle.[39] In a broader strategic context, non-lethal weapons such as ADS have the potential to offer "precision, accuracy, and effective duration that can help save military and civilian lives, break the cycle of violence by offering a more graduated response, and even prevent violence from occurring if the opportunity for early or preclusionary engagement arises."[40]
The Council on Foreign Relations noted that "wider integration of existing types of nonlethal weapons (NLW) into the U.S. Army and Marine Corps could have helped to reduce the damage done by widespread looting and sabotage after the cessation of major conflict in Iraq."[41]
In Afghanistan, the need to minimize civilian casualties has led to restrictive rules of engagement on the use of lethal force by US troops. A National Public Radio correspondent in Afghanistan "witnessed troops grappling with the dilemma of whether to shoot."[42] Non-lethal weapons such as ADS provide an option for US forces in those situations.[30]

Active Denial System Demo
A news article criticized the sheer amount of time it is taking to field this system, citing the potential it had to avert a great deal of pain and suffering in volatile areas around the world.[44]
Although the effects are described as simply "unpleasant", the device has the "potential for death".[45]
While it is claimed not to cause burns under "ordinary use",[46][47] it is also described as being similar to that of an incandescent light bulb being pressed against the skin,[13] which can cause severe burns in just a few seconds. The beam can be focused up to 700 meters away, and is said to penetrate thick clothing although not walls.[48] At 95 GHz, the frequency is much higher than the 2.45 GHz of a microwave oven. This frequency was chosen because it penetrates less than 1/64 of an inch (0.4 mm),[49] which – in most humans, except for eyelids and babies – avoids the second skin layer (the dermis) where critical structures are found such as nerve endings and blood vessels.
The early methodology of testing, in which volunteers were asked to remove glasses, contact lenses and metallic objects that could cause hot spots, raised concerns as to whether the device would remain true to its purpose of non-lethal temporary incapacitation if used in the field where safety precautions would not be taken. However, these tests were early in the program and part of a thorough and methodical process to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of the technology, which has now involved more than 600 volunteer subjects and some 10,200 exposures. As safety was demonstrated in each step of the process, restrictions were removed, and now, according to ADS proponents, there are no restrictions or precautions necessary for volunteers experiencing the effect.[50] Long-term exposure to the beam may cause more serious damage, especially to sensitive tissues, such as those of the eyes. Two people have received second degree burns after exposure to the device.[47][51] (The actual number of injuries, according to Ms. Stephanie Miller of AFRL/RDHR, is a total of eight – the two previously mentioned, and six others, who healed without medical intervention.)[citation needed]
In addition, some claim that subjects who have body piercings, jewelry, or tattoos are likely to suffer serious skin damage. Tattooed people can become ill due to high amounts of toxic substances released from heated/melted tattoo pigment.[citation needed] Human effects testing on the large-scale version of ADS included more than 13,000 exposures on over 700 volunteers. Both laboratory research and full-scale test results demonstrated that there is only a 0.1% chance of injury from a System 1 or System 2 exposure.[52]
Critics cite that, although the stated intent of the ADS is to be a non-lethal device designed to temporarily incapacitate, modifications or incorrect use by the operator could turn the ADS into a more damaging weapon that could violate international conventions on warfare (although at this time, ADS has gone through numerous treaty compliance reviews and legal reviews by AF/JAO, and in all cases complies with every treaty and law).[53]
Some have focused on the lower threshold of use which may lead those who use them to become "trigger-happy", especially in dealing with peaceful protesters. Others have focused on concerns that weapons whose operative principle is that of inflicting pain (though "non-lethal") might be useful for such purposes as torture, as they leave no evidence of use, but undoubtedly have the capacity to inflict horrific pain on a restrained subject. According to Wired Magazine, the Active Denial System has been rejected for fielding in Iraq due to Pentagon fears that it would be regarded as an instrument of torture.[54]
Silent Guardian[edit]
Defense contractor Raytheon has developed a smaller version of the ADS, the Silent Guardian. This stripped-down model is primarily marketed for use by law enforcement agencies, the military and other security providers. The system is operated and aimed with a joystick and aiming screen. The device can be used for targets over 250 metres (820 ft) away,[13] and the beam has a power of 30 kilowatts.[55]
The Los Angeles County Jail installed the smaller-sized unit, under the name Assault Intervention Device, on the ceiling of the Pitchess Detention Center in 2014.[56]
Michael Hanlon – who volunteered to experience its effects – described it as "a bit like touching a red-hot wire, but there is no heat, only the sensation of heat." Raytheon says that pain ceases instantly upon removal of the ray; still, Hanlon reported that the finger he subjected "was tingling hours later."[57]
See also[edit]
• Heat Ray
• Radiation
• Long range acoustic device
• Area denial weapons, to prevent an adversary from occupying or traversing an area
References[edit]
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13 ^ Jump up to: 
a b c Hambling, David (December 2006). "Techwatch-Forecasting Pain". Popular Mechanics. 183 (12): 32. ISSN 0032-4558.
14 ^ Jump up to: 
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a b Millimetre Waves, Lasers, Acoustics for Non-Lethal Weapons? Physics Analyses and Inferences Archived November 5, 2010, at the Wayback Machine "Ordinary household aluminum foil of many m thickness covering all parts of the body exposed towards the antenna would provide protection; gaps where the radiation could enter would have to be avoided. To allow vision a very fine-grained mesh in front of the face would be needed (holes markedly smaller than the wavelength of 3.2 mm; that is not bigger than, say, 0.1 mm)."
19 ^ Kris Osborn, "Airman injured in heat-beam test", Army Times, April 5, 2007
20 ^ Protocol # FWR 2003-03-31-H, Limited Military Utility Assessment of the Active Denial System (ADS)cached copy[permanent dead link]
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34 ^ Jump up to: 
a b Death Ray Turns Warm And Fuzzy – Strategypage.com, October 3, 2012
35 ^ US Special Forces pursuing AC-130-based 'active denial system' - Flightglobal.com, 29 July 2015
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ACTIVE DENIAL SYSTEM:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:36 pm

Tuesday
01.21.2020
1:36 P.M.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

The Nazis in the 1930's began working on technology like Directed Energy Weapons.

Nikola Tesla pioneered in The Energy Field Use, but was afraid of what Weapons Would Be Developed
First, and how they would be used to kill.

Study this material with an open mind.

Study the Evidence.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers
who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.

LOG MILITARY ACTIVE DENIAL SYSTEM AND 5G WIRELESS RADIATION CONNECTION - SHOCKING!

Military Active Denial System And 5G Wireless Radiation Connection – Shocking!
ADMIN APRIL 25, 2018 5G, CANCER, EMF RADIATION, HIGH FREQUENCY FIELDS, LEUKEMIA, RADIATION, VIDEOS 12 COMMENTS

5G is high-frequency high-density wireless radiation in front of our homes emitting 90 billion waves per second to our body and cause all kind of health effects. The 5G waves are shorter that is the reason why they can penetrate our skin and affect our inner organs.
The 5G Frequency band ranges from 24 to 90 GHz.
The government is still lying to us how 5G is perfectly safe. Why is at the same time military using the same frequency for crowd control as a biological weapon. The biological weapon is called Active Denial System https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_Denial_System
The army claims that active denial system has a range of nonlethal capability. It is being used for protesters, groups of unruly people or riotous crowd. It only penetrates 1,64 inch of your skin and affects your nerve receptors. Military claims there is no permanent damage caused by it. Most people described it as a hot oven or grill being opened up.
It is designed to incapacitate enemy combatants with an unnerving nonlethal sensation of intense heat.
Military claims that active denial system has three features. It is safe, highly effective and has a tremendous range.
Active Denial System uses almost same frequency as 5g, that is coming soon to our homes.
The military truck that is equipped with an active denial system emits 100 kW of the radio frequency beam. It is operated by a joystick and an operator. The beam of wireless radiation is highly targeted and focused. When the operator detects the troublemaker he just blasts him with a high-frequency microwave radiation. The microwave radiation travels from the source to the individual at the speed of light. It can travel very far. In this video, the range was 3 football fields.
Microwave Ovens And Active Denial System Biological Weapon
Active denial system radiation is similar to microwave oven radiation. They both work on the same principle. The water molecules that are being targeted become excited and heat up.
The military claims that active denial system is different from microwave ovens because it only focuses on a specific frequency and only affects the top layer of our skin by using the frequency of 95 GHz.
Read about 5G danger here….
Remember 5G frequency ranges from 24 to 90 GHz. So basically the government is building the active denial system antennas around our homes which is tremendously stupid and dangerous. On one side the military is using it to disperse the troublemakers, and on the other side will use almost the same frequency for the wireless network.
Military claims 95 GHz frequency reaches only 1/64 of an inch into the human body and that is the outermost layer of the skin. It is equivalent to three sheets of notebook paper. It affects the pain nerves in the outermost layer of our skin heating them up and causing immediate repeal effect. But who believes government/military these days? They lie to us all the time.
People who experienced an active denial system claim, that it’s like somebody opened a very hot oven door. This causes people to freak out and try to get out of the way of the microwave beam.
Active denial system was used in the Afghanistan war of 2010. The government plans to use this weapon on prisoners to break prisoners fights. The burns from an active denial system are similar to microwave burns but only on the skin surface due to shorter waves of active denial system.
Even insurance companies do not cover the houses and people living in them from wireless radiation, same goes for asbestos. That means that the wireless radiation health effects is something you cannot get insurance for. It is treated the same as asbestos from insurance companies. Something you can’t get insurance from. VERY INTERESTING:…
It is important to protect yourself, get my EMF protection guide.
Although the effects are described as simply “unpleasant”, the device has the “potential for death”. – – – -Hambling, David (October 10, 2008). “Army Orders Pain Ray Trucks; New Report Shows ‘Potential for Death’
Do people really get side effects from 5G antennas?
We did a 5G interview with a resident in Geneva, where 5G towers are already turned on. He experienced some adverse health effects right after the 5G was turned on in Geneva Switzerland. He experienced tinnitus, strong heart palpitations. He had to go to medical checkup just to confirm his heart is ok and he is not having a heart attack.
Dr. Barrie Trower, the leading microwave weapon expert who worked in British navy said the following: “The rollout already started in Vienna, the unsuspecting people immediately suffered from nosebleeds, cardiac problems, chest pains, fatigue, dizziness, vomiting in fact all of the symptoms of microwave sickness … known since 1932.”
“The USSR experimented on humans and animals with 5G in 1977, 1972 and 1997. A proper military experiment. The humans suffered metabolic problems, ie everything started to fall apart, blood problems, immune system dysfunction, severe medical and neurological problems. With animals, since they were able to dissect them, they found the bone marrow was suffering (which produces the immune system), respiration damaged, enzyme activity damaged, nuclear DNA damaged, and the total exposure time was only 15 hours over 60 days. Roughly 15 minutes a day and the levels were not high. Not as high as you are going to get in a classroom.” …. Dr Barrie Trower
And here are a few reasons why you should listen to Barrie Trower and not the government:
• He was trained at the Governments Microwave Warfare establishment in 60’s in UK
• He was employed as a Secret Service as a microwave weapons expert for the British Royal Navy
• He helped de-briefing spies trained in microwave weapons in the 1970’s
• He worked in the underwater bomb disposal specialist unit which used microwaves
• He is properly educated and has a degree in physics (specialising in microwaves), a research degree and a
• diploma in human physiology.
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ACTIVE DENIAL SYSTEM:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:50 pm

Tuesday
01.21.2020
1:50 p.m.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

Put a DRY paper towel in your microwave for 1 minute. It barely heats if at all.

Put a WET paper towel in your microwave for 1 minute. You will learn as I did, that the paper towel
is hot.

WHY ?

BECAUSE THE MICROWAVE HEATS THE WATER.

I did not know this.

Active Denial Systems Heat The Water in Human Bodies.

I did not know this.

1,500+ people jumped from the Twin Towers, some naked, some stripping. Many exploding before they
hit the ground.

IT WAS RAINING PEOPLE AND BODY PARTS.

I did not know this.

WHY ?

The people were not on fire, or near fire.

If I am in a fire, I wet my clothes, I don't strip.

But if the people were wet from sprinklers, or sweat, and they were heated to the point of insanity,
they stripped, and then jumped because they were feeling like they were burning up from some form
of an Active Denial System, Microwave, both, or perhaps something else.

I don't know.

But I intend to more deeply read and study this entire Subject Matter.

What I do know is that I can not count on The Deep State, The High Cabal, The Secret State, The Military
Industrial Corporations, The Intelligence Communities, or The Main Stream Media to tell me the Real
Truth.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers
who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.


The Active Denial System: What Is It And What Does It Do?
Ashish 3 Aug 2017 (Updated: 2 Dec 2019)
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The active denial system is a non-lethal, directed-energy, counter-personnel weapon system owned by the US military. It consists of a gyrotron, which generates and focuses a high-energy millimeter-wave radio frequency beam (a type of electromagnetic radiation) onto a target to provide a very hot, skin surface-burning sensation.

I was recently watching a war film set during World War 2. It obviously featured a lot of weapons that were actually used on battlefields during the war. One of those weapons was a ‘flame thrower’. As the name clearly signifies, it was a gun that spewed fire instead of bullets.

Flame throwers were widely used by all participating countries during the second world war.
Although it could also be (and was) used in a direct assault on the enemy, it was primarily used to destroy bunkers and clear out hostile areas by setting them ablaze.

Fast forward 70 years and those flame throwers have virtually disappeared from the theatre of war. They might have been effective back then, but today, they are replaced by far more sophisticated, sturdier and powerful weapon systems.

Although there are numerous modern weapons that are infinitely more technologically advanced than their predecessors, the specialty of the one we are going to talk about in this article is that it creates a strong burning sensation in its targets without igniting a fire. Plus, it’s absolutely non-lethal!

The Active Denial System

The active denial system is a directed-energy weapon system designed and developed by the US military. Also known as the ‘heat ray’ or ‘pain ray’ by some, it is a non-lethal weapon system designed for perimeter security and crowd control.

The V-MADS atop a Humvee (Photo Credit : Airman st Class Gina Chiaverotti / Air combat command)
Commonly abbreviated as the ADS, the active denial system is currently only a vehicle-mounted weapon, meaning that it can only be used from a designated vehicle and is not portable, as of now (that’s the reason it is sometimes also referred to as the V-MADS, i.e., the Vehicle-Mounted Active Denial System). It emits a man-sized beam of millimeter waves (a type of electromagnetic radiation), which produces a hot, burning sensation in the skin when it strikes a (human) target.

How does the active denial system work?
The working principle of the active denial system is quite similar to that of a microwave oven. Just as a microwave has a magnetron that emits microwaves and heats up the food kept inside, the V-MADS system consists of a gyrotron that emits millimeter waves at a frequency of 95 GHz down range with the help of a reflector.

These waves travel at the speed of light (since they’re part of the electromagnetic spectrum) to hit their target. When the focused high-energy beam strikes the target (say, a human), it interacts with the tiny water molecules (or moisture) present on its surface and excites them, producing an unnerving – but non-lethal sensation – of intense heat.

Although the working principle of the V-MADS is quite similar to a microwave oven, it’s actually significantly different from everyone’s favorite home appliance.

For instance, a microwave employs waves that have a frequency of 2.45 GHz, whereas V-MADS operates at a much higher frequency of 95 GHz. This means that the associated wavelength of these waves is very short and, as such, can only penetrate 1/64th of an inch. Microwaves, on the other hand, can roast a food item from the inside out!

Is the Active Denial System dangerous?

The ADS is known for its ability to briefly and intensely heat the topmost surface of the skin without actually harming the human target. In most cases, therefore, it’s not found to be harmful to the exposed individual. In fact, that characteristic, along with its long range, makes it a very effective non-lethal weapon.

The effects of the ADS have been tested by conducting studies spanning more than 15 years and involving more than 13,000 exposures from volunteers. According to the US’ Non-lethal Weapons program, the use of V-MADS on individuals demonstrates a minimal risk of injury and high effectiveness.

Although adverse reactions are quite rare, exposure to these types of high-energy beam may cause blisters in certain victims. Some studies also suggest that the long-term effects of V-MADS exposure may lead to cancer or even death (Source).
References
1 College of William & Mary – Public university in Williamsburg, Virginia
2 Duke University School of Law
3 Pennsylvania State University
4 United States Department of Defense
5 United States Department of Defense (research findings)
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Ashish is a Science graduate (Bachelor of Science) from Punjabi University (India). He spends a lot of time watching movies, and an awful lot more time discussing them. He likes Harry Potter and the Avengers, and obsesses over how thoroughly Science dictates every aspect of life… in this universe, at least.
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Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Jan 26, 2020 6:04 pm

Sunday
01.26.2020
12.04 a.m.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

01.21.2020 - Mr. Ken Murray, our Outstanding Contributing Moderator and Member, Posted the
Headline and Supporting Material about many 09.11.2001 and Related Subject Matter Videos.

Ken, Thank you very much. I have been religiously watching and studying each and every Video
in your Posted Order.

Of course I have previously analyzed, read, researched, and studied 09.11.2001 material since
09.11.2001.

Ken I have learned even substantially more than I already knew.

Of course some of my Major Thoughts are:

1. Why has NONE of this been advanced by our U.S. Government, and Main Stream Media ?

2. Ken, your material BLOWS THE 09/11 COMMISSION REPORT TO HELL MORE THAN THE TWIN
TOWERS WERE DESTROYED.

3. The Intricate, well planned activities and the following cover-ups to today, make it clear that
The Deep State, The High Cabal, The Secret State, The Military Industrial Corporations, The 17
Know U.S. Intelligence Agencies, etc., have operated in a coordinated process thousands of times
above what "We the People..." actually know or think.

Like the Civil War, The Federal Reserve, WW I, the 1929 Stock Market Crash, Pearl Harbor, WW II,
Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, the War on Drugs, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Israel, North Korea,
South Korea, Pakistan, Russian, Syria, Ukraine, etc., "We the People..." WILL NEVER KNOW THE REAL
TOTAL TRUTH, NO MATTER HOW MANY BOOKS ARE WRITTEN.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers
who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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