reply to post by roadtoad
Well, that was interesting.
Right off the bat, I have a couple of issues with the info presented at that link (here
it is again for convenience). First, it has the same quote from William Cohen that was presented earlier, used in the same way, out of context. He was
referring to "false reports" to cause fear, not people really doing these things. That's the first red flag I saw.
Second, it says the following:
"Here's how you initiate a very large earthquake with such weapons. Take a convenient fault zone of set of them. Focus the interferometry on the
fault zone, in the "diverging" mode, and deposit EM energy there in the rocks on both sides, increasing (slowly) the stress in the rocks by the
reverse piezoelectric effect (deposit excess energy, get crystal mechanical movements).
Sounds reasonable, until you take into consideration the fact that the piezoelectric effect is limited to a small number of materials. From wiki (for
Piezoelectricity is the charge which accumulates in certain solid materials (notably crystals, certain ceramics, and biological matter such as
bone, DNA and various proteins) in response to applied mechanical strain.
Why is this important? the tectonic plates, along with their respective fault zones, are not composed of enough of the proper materials to produce a
piezoelectric effect. That means no reverse piezoelectric effect, thus no eartquake.
That's just in a few minutes worth of reading, and I'm no physicist.
When you look into Tom Beardon, whose brainchild "scalar electromagnetics" is, it doesn't take long to find that physicists consider him not only
wrong, but most likely nuts. The only sources I can find that agree with Col. Bearden are from, well, Col. Bearden, and the occasional person on
various conspiracy sites. I have yet to find anything from any qualified physicist that mentions Col. Bearden or scalar electromagnetics with anything
but amusement or disdain. If anyone has information showing anything different, I'd be happy to look at it, but until such time I feel quite
comortable discarding Bearden and his whole "scalar" fantasy, which supposedly is the answer to weather control, anti gravity, the cure for anything
that ails you, free energy, and, of course, super weapons.
Believe him if you like, but I prefer reality.