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Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden Secret Super Weapons

 
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I hope it’s Trump’s super duper missile!
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Re: Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden Secret Super Weapons
Col. Bearden’s website is:

[link to cheniere.org]

Currently giving a “server not found” message. It was up and running a day ago. Hmmm...

For those wishing to delve into the subject of scalar energy and a host of related “odd” topics, here’s a vintage internet rabbit hole to go down:

Keelynet archive
[link to www.textfiles.com]
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Re: Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden Secret Super Weapons
Col. Bearden’s website is:

[link to cheniere.org]

Currently giving a “server not found” message. It was up and running a day ago. Hmmm...

For those wishing to delve into the subject of scalar energy and a host of related “odd” topics, here’s a vintage internet rabbit hole to go down:

Keelynet archive
[link to www.textfiles.com]
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Scalar weapons are still fantasy at this point. No way can you put one in a commercial plane. Or military even. They require too much power. Last time I checked, American only made a nuclear jet engine work in a bomber once. But it was no good, too heavy with the shielding, not much for payload. Also, the exhaust was horribly radioactive, they killed it like they did the nuclear powered slam missile. Fall out everywhere they flew.

How do you power a scalar weapon on a plane? Nuclear reactor? hahahha Just got to build a plane big enough to carry both.

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Re: Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden Secret Super Weapons
If you like to entertain some really interesting ideas, here's one.

Tunguska explosion in 1908 was, undoubtedly and beyond a shadow of a doubt, a nuclear explosion... almost half a century before the first nuclear weapon was made.

People have entertained all kinds of theories as to what the source of that explosion could've been, from an asteroid rich in radioactive elements to a malfunctioning alien spaceship.

But...

How about this theory: It was a nuclear ordinance that had been fired (and missed its target) in some alien interstellar war 10,000 years ago?

Remember Sir Isaac Newton?


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Heck, it didn't even have to be an interstellar war.

A human-made ICBM that failed to return to Earth, and instead flew right off into empty space, could hit some inhabited planet (and, possibly, wipe out a whole budding alien civilization) on the other side of the galaxy in 1,000,000 years.

Now, here's the actually interesting part of this idea: What if we're living right smack in the middle of a galactic war zone (of countless alien wars stretching millions of years back), with bullets flying right over our heads... and we're acting like completely oblivious morons taking a casual stroll through a literal mine field of all the (long-forgotten) alien ordinance (some of which may actually be loitering munition with no expiry date) that has ever missed their intended targets?

... which is why you just don't fly a thinly-armored tin bucket in outer space.





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