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Do you think this is Tesla technology?/

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here is a quick video that seems to show a crop circle being built while a farmer records it. Notice the 2 white flying orbs.........

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Well, whatever makes crop circles, it's not Brookhaven's lasers. The equipment to produce the signals they talk about for terahertz radiation fills a large room and takes a lot of wall-socket juice to run. And there are a couple misrepresentations in the piece, too: "brighter X-rays" are four orders of magnitude higher frequency than what they are generating, and, strictly speaking, it isn't even light that they are generating -- it's ~100 micron wavelength is way longer than we register as light (not even infrared).

The new facility that will act as the applied physics lab for this technology is being built about twenty miles from me. I'm thinking of applying for work there. The Navy wants to apply it in communications and possibly weapons grade lasers (the latter won't work, but they will spend millions to prove that for themselves).

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Hi Maria,

Well it's closer to microwave. Technically, the BNL equipment falls in the millimeter wave regime. Yes, microwave could have similar effects on living things. In the case of crop circles, where the "swirl" follows the circumference of the circle, this could possibly be achieved by using circularly polarized beams and maintaining the beam for roughly the period described. However, I disagree with part of the article, depending on the wavelength of microwave used, water can be a very dense absorber of the energy. That's what makes your microwave oven work in the first place. That wavelength is roughly 2. 2 Centimeters and will boil water quite readily without heating dry grain at all. And the wavelength would have to be one that is absorbed by water in order for the plants to be affected.

Given a diameter of a particular circle, the reported exposure time, and assuming a wavelength, one could calculate the amount of power in the beam (the number of discrete microwave wavelengths that react to water-bearing tissue is a comparatively small set).

The amount of power required to "puff" a bird is quite high, roughly 1 megawatt and has been observed when seagulls fly in front of the emitters on an Aegis cruiser. That level of power requires a lot of source power and a lot of heavy waveguides and emitter elements. On an Aegis class ship, that equipment weighs in excess of 35 tons. I worked in the Aegis program for the Navy, so that is part of my background in this stuff.

Now, it's certainly possible that something like a 747 could carry that weight and have enough skin area to mount the emitters, but the aiming capability for such a plane to hold that steady for that period is, if real, an amazing achievement. Plus, the movement of the platform through the sky would (I think) "spoil" the circular polarization, resulting in simply cooked plants.

What if the energy, instead of coming down from the sky, came up through the soil?

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