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posted ago by axolotl_peyotl ago by axolotl_peyotl +90 / -9

"Directed Energy Weapons" refer to any number of types of unconventional and exotic weaponry.

The full range of these weapons is classified information, so no attempts will be made to distinguish between categories within the realm of energy weapons, as doing so would imply specific knowledge of all that are available.

In addition, no claim is be made about whether the directed energy weapon operates from a space-, air-, or ground-based platform, nor are any claims made about whether or not it involves sound waves, antimatter weapons, scalar weapons, a facility like HAARP, etc.

However, the evidence appears consistent with the use of energy weapons that go well beyond the capabilities of conventional explosives.

Wikipedia article on Directed-Energy Weapons

Although speculation about DEWs on 9/11 began shortly after the event, one of the first scientists with relevant credentials to publicly propose the DEW hypothesis was Dr. Judy Wood, a former professor of mechanical engineering.

The following material is largely from her book Where Did the Towers Go?, as well as from her old and new websites.

Where Did the Towers Go?

I. 9/11 Enigmas

II. New Nomenclature

III. Hurricane Erin & the Hutchison Effect

IV. Stars Wars & Psyops

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thughes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Personally I don't think it was a direct energy weapon, unless you consider a 4th generation nuke as an energy weapon.

I am very much in the camp of 4th generational directional nuclear weapons which have a much small radiation foot print.

I suspect a 4th generation directional bomb pointing up towards the core of the building is what we witnessed. The buildings collapsed and were vaporized from within, not from above.

I guess if you put a direct energy weapon inside the base of the building you could pull this off as well, but the amount of energy required would be insane. A directional small nuke would be a lot easier and have a similar effect.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

but the amount of energy required would be insane.

Have you looked into Hurricane Erin? It approaching New York on 9/11. It's been hypothesized energy was "drawn" from the storm system.