Editor’s Note: This isn’t science fiction. This is real life. Can’t you just hear The Imperial March now?
For the past 4-5 years, I have been fighting an uphill fight trying to get the news out on directed energy weapons.
Specifically , I have been covering the topics of Microwave weapons, weather modification, and directed energy . Over the years I’ve come under heavy attack by self professed “professionals” — and I was told that “Scalar” was quote “impossible” — ridiculed by all sides (even much of the truth seeking community).
Now, March 2015, we see Boeing has patented the process of using Microwaves, Lasers, and electrical current to generate a shield of plasma (free floating in the air) between a target, and an incoming explosions shockwave.
They have discovered that two transmitters can induce a plasma arc force field at a distance from the transmission source. The plasma shield will reflect physical incoming ‘waves’ from the explosion!
Quote the article from Cnet:
“A new patent granted to aircraft, defense and security company Boeing is taking its cues from science fiction. Just like the glowing energy shields seen protecting troops, machines and even spacecraft in Star Wars and Star Trek, the design — named “Method and system for shockwave attenuation via electromagnetic arc” — uses energy to deflect potential damage.
As it is described, the system is not designed to prevent direct impact from shells or shrapnel; rather, it is designed to protect a target — such as a vehicle or building — from the damaging effects of shockwaves from a nearby impact.
The patent is for a shockwave attenuation system, which consists of a sensor capable of detecting a shockwave-generating explosion and an arc generator that receives the signal from the sensor to ionise a small region, producing a plasma field between the target and the explosion using lasers, electricity and microwaves.
This small plasma field would differ from the surrounding environment in temperature, density and/or composition. This would provide a buffer between the target and the explosion that would hinder the shockwaves from reaching and damaging the target.”
(Read more at Dutchsinse’s blog)