The Truth About Wi-Fi, Cell Phones and Smart Meters
Microwave Expert Barrie Trower – Microwave Weapons and Technology
Lost Arts Radio Show on Saturday 4/4/15
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Barrie Trower is a former Royal Navy microwave weapons expert and former cold-war captured spy debriefer for the UK Intelligence Services. Mr. Trower is a whistle-blower, who lectures around the world on hidden dangers from microwave weapons and every-day microwave technologies such as mobile phones and Wi-Fi. Mr. Trower has also repeatedly assisted the UK Police Federation in their struggle to protect police officers from Tetra/Air-Band radio-communications systems that are harmful to health.
This Saturday, Lost Arts Radio listeners have the rare privilege to listen in (and join in if time allows) on an impromptu conversation with microwave technologies and weapons expert Mr. Barrie Trower, on the dangers of wi-fi, smart meters, cell phones and other microwave devices and what you can do to protect yourself. Industries wanting to maximize their profits even at the expense of your health, and governments with their own agendas are not reliable sources of information on these subjects for obvious reasons, as well as some that may not be so obvious. Remember to mark this Saturday, April 4th at 6pm Pacific/9pm Eastern for a show that promises to be jam-packed with useful information you will not hear anywhere else.
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‘Human microwave’: China’s controversial ray gun inflicts unbearable pain
China has presented Poly WB-1, a non-lethal ray gun that can be used for crowd dispersal, by making its targets feel like their skin is on fire. The US version of the weapon was shelved due to practical difficulties and the potential public backlash.
According to the authoritative Jane’s magazine, the WB-1, presented at the Airshow China 2014 in Zhuhai last month, has a current range of about 80 meters, though it can be expanded to 1 kilometer.
Using a similar principle to a microwave oven it incites movement in the fat and water molecules located just below the skin surface, making the target feel like they are burning from the inside. As soon as the target steps away from the ray, the pain ceases, purportedly leaving no damage to nerve endings and blood vessels, which are located deeper below the epidermis.
This makes it a viable weapon for crowd control, which was how the US intended to use its own Active Denial System (ADS) during its occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Jane’s cited reports that China Poly Group Corporation, the secretive state-owned maker of the device, is developing a more powerful version of the gun. The upgraded version could be mounted on ships “which could allow China to escalate its use of non-lethal confrontation to enforce its maritime claims in the East China and South China seas.”
The disputed shipping lanes, which also lie over potential mineral deposits, have been the growing focus of external tension between China and its neighbors, particularly Japan. Numerous incidents have seen ships from rival nations come close to each other, most notably in the 2010 collision between a Chinese trawler and Japanese patrol boats, which led to a full-blown diplomatic incident between Tokyo and Beijing.
It remains to be seen if Chinese military planners have also learned the lessons from the trouble-plagued ADS.
Although touted by the US military as a more humane means of crowd control than the traditional rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons, the radical weapon failed to gain acceptance. The extreme pain belied the military’s insistence that the weapon was not harmful, despite filmed public demonstrations of ADS involving journalists and senior military commanders.
There were also practical difficulties – ADS took up to 16 hours to warm up, or required huge amounts of fuel to be in constant standby mode, meaning that it was near-useless in dispersing the spontaneous demonstrations that US forces encountered. Despite its 250 meter range, it was reportedly also hard to manoeuver and aim accurately.
Nonetheless, a report from Breaking Defense last year insisted that the US remained “bullish” about ADS, and was also contemplating remounting it on ships, to use in such hypothetical situations as a crew of an oil tanker having to repel a pirate attack.
Russia also claimed to be working on a similar ray gun in 2012, though no photographed prototypes have been revealed to the public.
As for Poly WB-1, while it is unlikely that it would have been developed without instructions from above, it is unclear whether it has been commissioned by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, whose budget and hunger for new technologies has escalated in the past decade.
Smart Meters Being Funded by the US Military?
Was the US Military involved in ‘smart’ meter R&D? New documents suggest just that.
The utility companies have described their installation of ‘smart’ meters as a “deployment.” They have called those of us peacefully defending the safety and health of the public “insurgents.” At times, scenes of the public physically blocking military-style smart meter installations conjure up images of wartime. But is the smart meter program actually being funded by the military? Is the “smart grid” somehow linked with military research and development? That’s what documents unearthed and analyzed by Las Vegas activist and firebrand Angel de Fazio would seem to suggest.
Angel obtained a document that details a nearly 300 million dollar grant from the federal government to NV Energy to install smart meters. On the “authorization” line it refers to two funding sources: 31 USC 6304 and 10 USC 2358. “31 USC 6304” is a relatively straightforward designation on “using grant agreements.” But do a search for “10 USC 2358” and you will find it identified as “US Armed Forces Research and Development Projects”
Now at StopSmartMeters.Org we’re not the first ones to call “conspiracy” at the slightest suspicion of impropriety. Yet this discovery raises important questions about the hasty and undemocratic smart meter installations, about the smart meters that have been spying on people and making thousands sick in their own homes from pulsed radiation.
It’s become fairly clear to anyone involved in this fight- that this is not just simply a utility meter upgrade. There is more to these devices than meets the eye.
Given recent events, we believe there are valid reasons to be rather alarmed by Angel’s chance discovery, and at the very least the public deserves an explanation of why the military would be involved in a domestic utility project. Some of those recent events include:
1. Last week the US Senate approved the National Defense Authorization Act which would allow the military to detain any US Citizen indefinitely without trial or charges within the United States.
2. Within the last month, the US Army has stationed an active unit on domestic duty within the United States- in order to deal with “civil unrest” and crowd control.
3. There is growing evidence that US Homeland Security helped to coordinate the brutal crackdowns on the Occupy encampments in major US cities over the past few weeks.
We stated publicly in August 2010 that we believe the smart meter program is an attack on the public, and that we the people must mobilize to defend ourselves. Today, thanks to the diligent investigative efforts of grassroots activists, we have evidence that the US military may in fact be linked with this “deployment.”
What do you think?
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