Thursday, July 5, 2012

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Señor El Once : call it "electromagnetic energy"

2012-07-05

I owe Señor Rogue a debt of gratitude for being my smashing board. By responding to me, he gives me another opportunity to further my argument. His ridicule minus some thinking from July 5, 2012 at 12:14 am:

Eddy scratches, and he scratches well. But that is not currently where the itch is. The question remains: How are all the other metal items impervious to the EMP? Regardless of technical data of the effect of eddy currents. Even the metal walls bearing our famous ‘slits’ would be in direct line.

First, let us not call it an EMP. Let us call it "electromagnetic energy," because this can cover more scenarios. Whether or not it was a single pulse or multiple pulses or a steady stream of such microwaving energy we don't have to determine at this point in time.

Second, the adverb "directed" applied to the word "energy" used as an adjective to modify the noun "weapon" of the acronymn DEW should tell you 50% of what you need to know with regards to your question above. It was aimed away from what they didn't want it hitting, which may include the "spire" [to which I speculate one of the DEW devices was mounted.]

As for the other 50% of what you need to know, the metal items within the targeting beams of electromagnetic energy would also experience Eddy Currents. Very large ones, resulting in lots of heat radiating from the steel. Think of a kitchen stove burner: coat it with something, let it dry, and then turn on the stove: what was on it gets burned off in a stinky haze likely to trigger smoke alarms. The energy absorbed by inner-steel within aim of the DEW would burn off what was coated on it.

Why do so many pieces of the exterior wall chunks on the ground have their interior sides -- where they were most likely painted and conditioned -- with nothing but exposed steel that quickly became rusty?

Worse, as you'll see in images below (compliments of Dr. Wood's collection), the steel could get heated to a point where it loses its rigidness.

Video of construction worker talking about 8 ton steel I-beam bent like a horseshoe.
http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/horseshoe_r1_c2_s_s.jpg
The above image shows the 8 ton steel I-beam bent like a horseshoe.

http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/DSCN0941_s.jpg
The above image shows more bending of beams.

http://911research.wtc7.net/wtc/evidence/photos/docs/hanger17/core4.jpg
The above image is of a core column; look at the nice smooth bend.

http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/WTC-003_hires_s.jpg
http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/WTC-007_hires_s.jpg
http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/steel11_hires_s.jpg

http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/apics/steel11_hires_c.jpg
In the above image, pay attention to the "rolled up dobbie" of an externior section. Note that this is bending around the vertical axis, which suggests a really strange direction for the force lines that caused this.

Here's more from a Let's Roll Discussion:

http://letsrollforums.com/imagehosting/85394e02fe41e1d67.jpg
Just to get your bearings in the above image [that you should open in a new window], look to where the fireman is climbing up a beam. Now just to the left of that is a section of the wall lying flat that would have been three vertical beams connected by two broad pieces of flat metal. Note for reference purposes the square hole in one of the beams about at the level where the firemen are. Any problems with my description so far?

If you go down to the bottom of this picture, you'll see another similar section to the wall lying flat, including that square hole in one of the beams, which I believe the construction workers used to insert heavy bolts to connect sections one on top of the other. Any problems with my description so far? Plain as day, those are two sections of the outer walls of the tower.

Here is where it gets strange, because in that very photograph between those two very representative examples of the outer wall IS A THIRD SECTION. The difference? It is rolled up like a used piece of carpet. You can see the three beams and the requisite square hole at one end of one of those beams. Yet those two pieces of broad flat metal are rolled around those beams like a rubberband holding asparagus in the produce section of your super market.


http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/JJ/pics/meteorite_s.jpg
The above image shows a fused block of WTC debris referred to as "the Meeorite."

http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/DEW/dewpics/Image292.jpg
The above image is supposedly the only filing cabinet found and was in the basement.

http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/DEW/dewpics/Image187fema.gif
In the above image from Bankers Trust Building on Liberty Street across from WTC-2, why does the yellowish beam in the middle have a shriveled up portion? Like the cars in the car park and along West Broadway, this appears to be evidence of an errant DEW beam.

Let's take this further with a discussion of what imagery shows during the tower's decimation. Here is something discussed on Let's Roll Forums


http://imageshack.us/f/816/richarddrewwtc2collapse.jpg/
[Open the above image in a new browser window.] Turn our attention to the large chuck [A] of building fascade that appears on the left-hand side and the first chunk we see as our eyes scan from top-to-bottom.

Now turn your attention to the bottom edge of that chunk and scan to the right to locate [B] the "five pieces of smoking meteor" (or so it appears.) I'll address this in a moment.

Secondly turn your attention to the wall chunk just above the "meteors" [C] as well as the ones below them [D]. [If those chunks are from the interior side -- my thoughts --,] where is the "finishing" material that would be glued or painted onto the interior beams? [If those chunks are from the exterior side, how did the external aluminum cladding get cleaned so completely from them?]

Go back to the original chunk [A] and note that we see the exterior side [due to the aluminum cladding pieces.] Directly under it is another large chunk [E] with the exterior side also facing us. This one seems to be "billowing smoke" but not as badly as the 5 meteors [B].

Look at the nature of the smoke.

My hypothesis is that this isn't really smoke. It is a combination of steam and fine particles. The directed energy weapon turned the residual trapped water molecules in office content (e.g., dry wall, concrete, porceline) instantly into steam. Volumic pressure of the expanding steam from everywhere within the content "containers" caused those containers to blow themselves apart leaving dust and steam.

Lots of factors determine the rate at which such "watery" content will dissolve and have the the molecules stream off or rather steam off, as we see with the 5 falling "steaming meteors", which aren't on fire, don't have flames, and don't have traditional smoke.

Those wall sections that give us views of the interior red? The hollow tower's crowd says they were never finished. On the other hand, I say that there is enough residual "white" on these interior faces to suppose they were finished to a degree, but that those "watery" elements had "steamed" themselves nearly clean. The wall [D] and those meteors appear to be still steaming apart the "watery" drywall and paint that were affixed to them.

At any rate, the "steaming 5 meteors" are a smoking gun to get us to look at other steaming elements in the collapse.

And as an aside, we know about WTC-1's spire. WTC-2 had a short-lived spired. However even more critical than that in WTC-2 is this point in its decimation (Link to Image) where it should have halted [if we go with the OCT of a "pile driver".] Something neatly took out this lower portion, which was taller than WTC-7 at 47 stories.


Anonymous Physicist writes:

"She [Patricia Ondrovic] tried to enter WTC 6, but was forbidden by guards. But as she looked into the lobby of WTC 6, she “saw a series of flashes around the ceiling of the lobby all going off one-by-one like the X-mass lights that chase in pattern."
This is best explained by one or more EMPs passing through that area and causing wires or lighting fixtures to "pop."


Señor Rogue on July 5, 2012 at 12:37 pm does two-in-a-row when he calls attention to this statement from the Anonymous Physicist (whose name Señor Rogue purposely failed to spell correctly with his "Pinhead" slur:)

An EMP hitting the area would first of all, use all the wiring in the buildings and vehicles as antenna, causing an immediate blackout of anything electrical, and would fuse all electronics. Lights would not go off in a series of flashes, the whole area would go dark at once — at the speed of light.

I agree that this is an instance where the Anonymous Physicist's analysis isn't as clear as it could be, but that doesn't mean that Señor Rogue is correct [at all] in his specific criticism [because Señor Rogue doesn't understand these things.]

Assuming an EMP (or electromagnetic energy), it would not have to pass into WTC-6, which was constructed of sufficient steel that it could shield most of the inside from those few errant DEW beams that slipped out through window slits of the towers. Thus, Señor Rogue vastly overstates his case as to what would be destroyed, how, and how fast.

Assuming an EMP (or electromagnetic energy), it would only have to pass through a transformer (or wiring) that feed into WTC-6. It would be registered as a spike on the internal building wiring. Not all lighting is on the same electrical circuit; not all electrical circuits have the same load. Standard light bulbs plugged into wiring that had an overvoltage or overcurrent condition would certainly "flash" as they died; they might even explode. Things "plugged" in are really in parallel. If one leg gets taken out (open-circuit], its current can be combined with current in parallel legs, bringing them sooner to overvoltage/overcurrent failure.

The point is, WTC-6 would not necessarily go dark all at once, and could very well have a X-max lighting effect.

Señor Rogue proves further his lack of understanding:

EMP is not a weapon that blows things up, EMP is created by an explosion.

How an EMP or electromagnetic energy is created should be separated from what it does and how it can be used (as a weapon or a side-effect). Whether or not something gets blown up sometimes depends on what that thing is. For example, a gas or propane tank made out of metal and hit with sufficient electromagnetic energy could heat to the point of explosion.

Anonymous Pinhead is no more a physicist than Max Beancounter, or I am.

Señor Rogue definitely got the part right that he himself is not a physicist. He is a genius artist, and because of that self-imposed adjective "genius," he fancies himself online to be the same everywhere else.

As for the ad hominem directed towards the Anonymous Physicist [and I assume myself], that pretty much stands on its own in discrediting the words and position of Señor Rogue.


Understand The Use of the Ridicule Technique by Anonymous Physicist:

The ridicule technique is used by the PTB and their MSM and intel agencies to stop people from even considering something important. This technique is used at the outset, as any considered reflection might well lead the person to see that not only is the matter not ridiculous, it may well be the only possible reality.

Many Govts use the technique to ridicule anyone who dares to say that the Govt is doing nefarious things or is in cahoots with its alleged, proclaimed enemies—past, present, or future. This is needed to prevent people from realizing how a central, evil authority controls everything, and all the wars and conflicts are bogus in the sense that “both sides” are working for the same master.

...

In many cases, what people have been led to believe instead of what the ridicule technique is used against, is actually devoid of truth or reality and has been foisted on humanity. But our species has great difficulty with change once we have been brainwashed. How do we know if we are brainwashed? Usually the person will refuse to consider this is a possibility and will say, “no, you are attempting to brainwash me.”

So it is important to explain this to people and to be aware when the ridicule technique is being employed. It is actually a desperate measure that seeks to cut off all thought because the realization of the ultimate truth of the matter presents grave danger of overturning the monstrous rule of the ultimate PTB here.

...

Be aware always of the ridicule technique—and what it is trying to steer you away from. Likewise always think of the ultimate level of matters, and not the superficial.

In another posting, Señor Rogue brags:

My own blog? I have had them, but never one to get involved with the science of promotion, or having the perhaps luck or timing, I found they never took off. I do have a joint blog with COTO, and I write there almost daily as well. And I keep up with an email stream as well.

Links, Señor Rogue? What the hell is COTO?

Do you think it is about time that you crank up again your blogs and take more credit for your work?

Regarding your finding: I found they [your blogs] never took off. I've found with Brian Good, Albury Smith, GuitarBill, ScrewLooseChange, Limey, and others that when their words are consolidated into one place, the tiny inconguities (from spin, skew, and lies) become like compounded margin of errors in physics experiments that grow so large together, it becomes a massive joke. Was this what was happening to your blogs?

You participate here is as if you consider it your duty to respond to everyone, on any and all topics. [It is not.]

You accused me with some validity of using you as a slamming board, particularly when I stuck an iddy-biddy alphabet-agency decal onto your forehead like a Dole banana.

But the reality is that you do a lot of slamming from that strong position of ignorance while trying not to slip on that very same Dole banana peel.



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