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TX Directed Energy WOMD caught by CCTV on War of Worlds anniv

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posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 10:40 PM
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debris landed some 65 feet away and it blew a 400-pound diesel pump out of the ground.


It is possible that a lightning strike can cause such a havoc or could it have been a DEW (Directed Energy Weapon)?


Peculiar how this happened on the anniversary of the infamouse WOW Martian invision radio broadcast where many people comitted suicide just over hearing about aliens arriving over the radio!

So what is the government up to and how much is it spending on DEWs.?

Hundreds of millions, to start.. and billions on weapons systems development, annually:


www.bizjournals.com...




posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 10:49 PM
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a reply to: Abadon

Well, first, it's not much of a weapon of mass destruction, as stated in the title, if all it did was blow a hole in the parking lot.

Second, I'm fairly sure that anyone with the capability isn't using it to blow holes in random Chevron parking lots. Lightning has caused damage in all kinds of pavement materials over the years.

As for War of the Worlds, there's a fair amount of evidence that little to no panic actually occurred, and that only a fairly small audience actually heard the show.
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posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:00 PM
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a reply to: Abadon
Well while lightning strikes can leave a big ol hole.

From that video does not look like lightning strike, almost looks like something impacted down from the sky.

And they have been spending lots on direct energy weapons, from radiowaves to lazers and whatnot to even radiowave tank like weapons, that just can make large groups of people # there pants, and immobilize them, and not from fear.

I mean if your the military, you would be a fool not to see there usefulness. Even in something as simple as taking down enemy drones.

But I am not familiar with the WOW invision radio broadcast suicide thing. You may want to add a foot note or something to say what you mean by it all.



posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:03 PM
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a reply to: galadofwarthethird

According to quite a few anecdotal reports, the original Orson Welles War of the Worlds radio play was so realistic that it caused mass panic across the country, including a pretty large number of people that committed suicide out of sheer terror.



posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:33 PM
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where many people comitted suicide just over hearing about aliens arriving over the radio!


And you got the suicide angle from where?

en.wikipedia.org...(1938_radio_drama)#Newspaper_coverage_and_response


Bartholomew grants that hundreds of thousands were frightened, but calls evidence of people taking action based on their fear "scant" and "anecdotal".[59] Indeed, contemporary news articles indicate that police were swamped with hundreds of calls in numerous locations, but stories of people doing anything more than calling authorities involved mostly only small groups. Such stories were often reported by people who were panicking themselves.[39] Later investigations found much of the alleged panicked responses to have been exaggerated or mistaken



posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:46 PM
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a reply to: Zaphod58
What! I know the whole radio broadcast of war of the worlds was way back when. Ok! K, now I remember, thought WOW stood for something else and more recent.

But really, suicide because you were scared of something you heard on the radio. Now thats wacky. Could be. People in groups are known to do some really stupid # over even more wackier reasons.

But hey, I suppose since they were living in the 1930's they at least had there reasons, heck radio was still pretty new and spiffy technology back then.



posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:54 PM
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Several people have examined the claims and pretty much all agree that they didn't happen, or were blown out of proportion to make radio seem more influential than it actually was.



posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 11:55 PM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

Ya I seriously doupt it that many were killing themselfs over that particular radio broadcast show. No doupt there were a few who hid in there bunker stuffed full of caned foods and beer, and came out a week latter when they ran out of toilet paper, to see that it was all a show.

But dont see many if any killing themselves over a radio broadcast even back then.

Unless they were some that were sitting all alone by the radio, eating some walnuts and peanutbutter, then swallowed and choked to death on a peanut or chips, when they heard that aliens were invading. And just had no glass of water anywere near by.

But thats more in the terms of down the wrong hatch then anything else.



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 01:32 AM
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Second, I'm fairly sure that anyone with the capability isn't using it to blow holes in random Chevron parking lots.


so why are you fairly sure...



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 01:54 AM
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originally posted by: frenchfries
a reply to: Zaphod58




Second, I'm fairly sure that anyone with the capability isn't using it to blow holes in random Chevron parking lots.


so why are you fairly sure...


Really??

They have bases all over they could test at but they decide to blast a small hole in a car park rather than area 51 or dougway?

Unless they missed, in which case its hardly a directed energy weapon is it.

I think most people are pretty sure that zaph is right.



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 03:10 AM
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Gotta love how people think inside a box the size of a rubiks cube...

Really ? , and Every body knows Army doesn't ever test outside the designated boundaries right !

Not saying this is DEW but hey people trying so hard dismiss that option. , being fairly sure , conforming maybe permutating the consensus and then being fairly sure. Well that's why i reacted.

lighting can do anything , I'm sure the army can do even more (even outside area 51).


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posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 03:13 AM
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I think most people are pretty sure that zaph is right.


don't care what most peeps think care about truth.



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 04:19 AM
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originally posted by: frenchfries
a reply to: expatwhite

Gotta love how people think inside a box the size of a rubiks cube...

Really ? , and Every body knows Army doesn't ever test outside the designated boundaries right !

Not saying this is DEW but hey people trying so hard dismiss that option. , being fairly sure , conforming maybe permutating the consensus and then being fairly sure. Well that's why i reacted.

lighting can do anything , I'm sure the army can do even more (even outside area 51).



Ok, they tested a DEW on a car park. They thought, damn, we have all these amazing places away from prying eyes but we will try for a small hole in a random car park. Hope nobody notices!

Nobody so far has been "trying so hard to dismiss that option" , you just had a couple of replies that pointed out the highly logical and likely cause of this.

And you accuse others of thinking inside a box the size of a rubiks cube? Pretty insulting to be honest. Your next post claims you "don't care what most peeps think care about truth" Based on your comments, I humbly disagree.



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 04:38 AM
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a reply to: Abadon

just to address the :


and it blew a 400-pound diesel pump out of the ground.


totally consisent with a lightening strike

the deisil pump - to service a petrol station - will be in a concrete lined well with a cover [ for access repair and replacement ]

the pump - is to state the obvious metal cased - and has fueul oil in take and output pipes

a typical lightening strike imparts a massive amount of thermal energy - and when thes a metal block full of fuel oil on the revieving end - well ..................



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 05:33 AM
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What ?
Wait , what ?
Say what ?



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 05:53 AM
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Nov 2 was opening day of deer season for hunting with rifles in Texas.

Coincidence? Probably not.



posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 07:03 AM
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Because even if we are generous as hell and say this was a warning shot from a foreign government, you really think the most valuable thing they can target is a random Fort Worth Chevron parking lot? Seriously? Instead of, I don't know, the F-35 production line, Area 51, the White House lawn, any military equipment production area just to name a few. Instead they chose a random gas station. Yeah, that makes a ton of sense.

And if we were testing it, it would be at WSMR or Dugway. Almost anywhere but a random Chevron gas station makes sense for any situation you care to name.



posted on Nov, 5 2019 @ 04:48 AM
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Not saying this is DEW but hey people trying so hard dismiss that option.


people trying so hard to dismiss it?

Seriously?

A simple comment using basic logical thinking is trying so hard to dismiss something?



posted on Nov, 5 2019 @ 06:06 AM
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if you look at the video
you can see a flash from the sky
then a streak of light about 4 feet long?
then the ground explodes up.

its Not a laser as you see a flash
then a short rod? of light.
it could be small meteor?
but it would have to be very hard metal.
like a Small rod of god, what ever its called.

the first time you fire some thing like that
you would not know ware it would hit!
maybe it was so badly aline'd it hit a gas station.
any army land near by? um yes!

fist time I sore this vid I thought gas tank.
but you see no fire ball from the gas.

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posted on Nov, 5 2019 @ 10:58 PM
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Ya looks like thats what it was, the pump blowing after the lighting strike. Don't even know why the whole WOW broadcast was brought into this conversation by the OP. But whatever.

Not even sure if this is the same area as the OP, does not look like it as the other was chevron this is a shell, but really whats even more weird, is that there is so few lightning striking gas stations or other combustibles out there.

Heres one of a fuel storage facility that got struck by lightning says they just let it burn out as there was nothing they could do, but you can see the fire truck trying.



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