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posted ago by eagleheart585 ago by eagleheart585 +14 / -1

Totally possible, no reason not to be implemented, and many reasons to hide the existence.

I have no links or any evidence, just a thought I had: Space lasers

I think its foolish to think satellites couldnt be or havent yet been weaponized. If not with lasers than with missiles and bombs.

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 5 points ago +5 / -0

More concerning are simple things like dropping tungsten rods from space:

https://www.businessinsider.com/air-force-rods-from-god-kinetic-weapon-hit-with-nuclear-weapon-force-2017-9

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TheAwakened 4 points ago +4 / -0

Mark Esper confirmed last year that directef energy weapons in space exists, that the Russians and China got them (which means US got it as well).

During the wildfires, you can go on weather map and see infrared beams hitting next to airforce and spaceforce bases, then shit takes fire. They probably got their antifa goons to set fire to other places as a disguise. I saw interviews of people who said they saw beams as well

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PepeVitiatesFraud 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you think they wouldn't weaponize a kitty cat with laser beams shooting out it's ass you're nuts. No morals whatsoever. They just fucking plagued us god dammit.

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dontkillmehillary 2 points ago +3 / -1

When the California forest fires were going on there was that wierd heat map laser thing. It was the r/conspiracy side bar image for a while. Anyhow, around that time there was a military news briefing where US military stated they had evidence both Russia ans China had “sattelite born direct energy weapons”. Timing was a little suspect IMHO.

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Harambe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Homeless, illegals, microwave weaponry. Explains 100% of “wild”fires

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TheAwakened 1 point ago +1 / -0

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hcg13y7vPfI

Yup, infrared beams hitting next to spaceforce and airforce bases. People said in interviews they saw beams as well.

Chyna prolly got the antifa goons to set forest fires as a disguise as well

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MrEvangelon1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why use space lasers when a fresnel lens would be sufficient to start fires or, if large enough, initiate a chain reaction at Yellowstone ?

As for space related items, research Operation (Project) Starwars.

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jubyeonin 1 point ago +2 / -1

Not exactly lasers, but microwaves. Lasers can still be affected by the atmosphere and need a specific target. They would also attract a lot of attention since the concentrated light is visible. Microwaves are used in more general areas and most people don't know their effects. Paradise, CA had a microwave weather weapon attack.

Greg Reese also did a good video on Paradise.

https://banned.video/watch?id=5c2fb2a3252d8b001d37e68b

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Ep0ch -1 points ago +1 / -2

They don't need them, you don't need energy weapons to start forest fires if through weather modifiers you can raise the temperature.

Once the temperature is raised simple reflection from glass or metal is enough to start a blaze. Any tin can or glass bottle littered all over the state. Forgetting roofs or cars. Nevermind any eco thugs looking to sell climate change. Most are shills for big energy and EVs. Like Musk doing a big huge discount on flamethrowers prior to another historic blaze.

In other places illegal lumber literally starts fires to hide their activity. Many other places start fire to enrich the soil. Or to simply use the land for agriculture.

Human activity is simply responsible for most fires whether accidential or not. But they don't need energy weapons for it at all. In the increasing temperature whoosh human activity is a conduit for igniting nature. It really doesn't take much at all. In nature it often requires lava.

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WindyJibbz 1 point ago +1 / -0

There arent these magical satelittes that down themselves for eternity and go 1000mph through the sky.

Every tech we have is antenna based, on earth. All satelitte dishes in Canada point south to the US, where the antennas are.

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Dualkalibur 1 point ago +1 / -0

Guessing you never had a big 20 foot wide satalite dish for tv back in the 80’s and 90’s. That dish wasn’t pointed south. Hell I had to change it depending what satalite I wanted signal from and still remember when they fucked up aiming a surface based weapon to take out an obsolete military satalite and missed, taking out a tv satalite. All 24 channels on that one were gone, and had to be rerouted off others. Next you’ll be telling me my gps is magically working in areas with no cell service but it totally is connected to a cell tower. My phone has lost all signal, my Garmin gps is full on honey badger.

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Oldmancountry17 1 point ago +1 / -0

Think...Paradise Ca

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FortheGenerations 0 points ago +1 / -1

There is however a machine that is ground based that shoots a laser beam. "...the National Ignition Facility – home to the world’s largest laser – just did when it pulled the trigger on 192 beams of optically amplified, electromagnetic radiation-emitting light, all fired within a few trillionths of a second of each other, to deliver 500 trillion watts (or terawatts) of “peak power” and 1.85 megajoules of ultraviolet laser light.

Framed in more eye-catching terms: The NIF says 500 terawatts outpaces the entire U.S. for power used “at any instant in time,” and that 1.85 megajoules amounts to roughly 100 times what any other laser produces regularly. No wonder those two power unit prefixes (tera, mega) come from Greek words meaning “monster” and “great.” Then again, what else would you expect from a laser housed in a building the size of three football fields, or a science lab with a word like “ignition” in its moniker?" -CNN

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FortheGenerations 0 points ago +2 / -2

There's no space satellites or space lasers. You're indoctrinated by Dr.Evil from Austin Powers. It's ok though