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Pranksters Shining Laser Pointers at Aircraft Will Be Prosecuted
From Marilyn Haddrill,
More than 400 incidents involving the dangerous practice of shining laser light into aircraft have been reported since 1990, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta said at a January 2005 press conference in Oklahoma City.
The main culprit appears to be a pen-like laser pointer, potentially damaging to eyesight, that is widely available commercially, Mineta said.
Laser Pointers May Cause Permanent Eye Damage
“Recent research conducted by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) right here in Oklahoma City has found that some lasers, when shined into a plane’s cockpit, could temporarily disorient or disable a pilot during critical stages of flight such as landing or take off,” Mineta said. “Even worse, in a few cases, these lasers can cause permanent eye damage for those who look directly into the beam.”
If you take a record player and a Speak 'n' Spell and hook them up together you can signal EBEs.
. . . .Dr. Reich had become convinced that extraterrestrial spacecraft had come to spy on his facility in the wake of the environmental problems presumably created by his experiments. However, he soon concluded that the propulsion systems of UFOs produced an exhaust that gave rise to DOR in the atmosphere. In a report to the Air Force in March 1954, Dr. Reich stated his feelings that there was in fact a link between UFOs and orgone. He described how UFOs seen with “bluish shimmering lights” were comparable to the “blue illumination” he had seen in pressure vacuum tube experiments observing orgone energy.
In the meantime, Dr. Reich had constructed his first “cloudbuster,” which consisted of several long steel tubes mounted on a pivoting device, connected by thick, flexible cables to a unit called an accumulator and from there extended out to an underground water source. With it in operation thick, black clouds that had reportedly hovered over Rangeley for over a year began to disperse. . . .