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Posted By: billym <Send E-Mail>
Date: Saturday, 1 February 2003, 4:41 p.m.


Here is another fuller account by scientist Tom Bearden regarding the 1986 downing of the Challenger by Soviet Scalar Interferometers. An early account of the new disaster reported that "two objects" were seen traveling along with the shuttle. What were those? Could they have been the marker beacons of a scalar interferometer?



Destruction of the Challenger in January 1986

As the whole world knows, on January 28, 1986 the shuttle Challenger was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida after exposure to undesirable weather conditions, and disastrously exploded shortly after launch. The evidence seems to indicate that, as the rising vehicle was stressed, one end of its right booster broke loose, twisting away and into the main fuel tank, causing rupture, spillage of the fuel and catastrophic explosion. Several other anomalies still exist, however, and it is clear that a problem existed with at least one of the booster seals. All seven astronauts aboard the flight were killed in the fiery destruction of the vehicle.

Of course no one had recognized that the Soviets had already tested a launch-phase anti-ballistic missile (LPABM) system against three of our previous shuttle launches. These "wet-runs" used a deliberate "time offset" to delay the explosive emergence of electromagnetic energy in a launched shuttle's location along its trajectory. The delayed test shots resulted in very large "booms" above the launch site after the shuttle was safely out of the area, but did not destroy the shuttle vehicles themselves. For example, the delayed-shot boom occurred 12 minutes after the evening launch of Nov. 26, 1985. Even a marker beacon (large light in the sky) was utilized on that launch shortly after lift-off. The marker beacon was photographed. In addition, another photograph taken in a time sequence shows another sudden streak of light coming down and ending in a burst of light. This was probably a spatially-offset test of the "pulse" mode for destroying the shuttle. The "light burst" would have been detected in the Soviet Union and scored against its intended offset position. However, another mechanism may have been used to cause destruction of the shuttle itself.

On Jan. 1, 1986 the presence of a metal-softening signal added on to the Soviet LPABM system's scalar EM transmissions was detected by a surprised Frank Golden. The metal-softening ability of the detected signal was experimentally verified by him. Golden also locally nullified the action of the scalar EM signal in a test, rather conclusively establishing (1) that it existed and (2) what it was. The signal was apparently being prepared for use against an upcoming U.S. shuttle launch.

Just prior to the launch of the shuttle in late January, 1986, the Soviets accomplished significant weather engineering over the U.S. The jet stream was severely bent southward in the middle of the U.S., bending rightward again to move across the Florida panhandle. Icy cold air from Canada was drawn far down, into Florida and onto the Challenger sitting on its launch pad. This exposure to cold outside its tested range was probably an additional factor contributing to the Challenger's failure. Positive signatures of the Soviet weather engineering and jet stream manipulation were observed and photographed by several persons, particularly in Alabama and California.

On January 28, 1986, the Soviet scalar EM weapon system effects were sharply localized in the launch zone. Localization involved higher frequencies being present; these are quite painful to small brains -- whose hemispheres act as a scalar interferometer and detector -- such as in birds. As commented upon by national news commentators, strangely the birds were not flying that morning. Indeed, they were staying down on the ground or avoiding the area, since the sky over the area was painful to them.

As the Challenger rose, the metal-softening signal would have been experienced in and around the boosters shortly after ignition, since the booster flame acts as a special "ion-plasma" turner/detector for the scalar signal. (Certain plasmas have a unique characteristic: they transform an input transverse wave to a longitudinal wave, or an input longitudinal wave to a transverse wave.) The effect of such a local signal is to "change mass in the immediate vicinity" with the particular scalar resonance signal. (Mass acts as a capacitance or accumulator for scalar resonance).

The ill-fated Challenger was doomed. After ignition, the booster flame acted as a ionic plasma detector/amplifier for the scalar metal-softening signal on the Soviet Woodpecker grid. The metal in and around the booster flame was slowly and steadily weakening due to charge-up with the metal-softening pattern. This contributed to booster leakage from the already cold-damaged seal. The leaking booster poured out smoke and later flame, contributing to the impending disaster.

Substantial winds and air turbulence over the site increased the stress on the Challenger as it rose through this region. This also contributed to the impending disaster and may have been deliberately created there by Soviet weather engineering.

As the Challenger stressed, eventually one or more weakened metal mounts gave way, partially freeing the end of the right booster. The booster oscillated, rotating into the tank and rupturing it. Contact of the escaping liquid fuel and the flame resulted in a fiery explosion, destroying the vehicle.

Even so another anomalous flame or light was observed on the vehicle, and may have represented a very small additional "pulse mode energy form" produced by the Soviet weapon that was attacking the Challenger. The shock of the explosion probably killed the astronauts instantly, although the cabin appears to have remained essentially intact while it plunged several miles to the ocean below.

By creating excess cold exposure to the shuttle, inducing metal-softening in and around the ignited booster, and possible adding a deliberate "intensely hot spot", the Soviets caused the Challenger to weaken and destroy itself shortly after launch, in so subtle a fashion that NASA scientists would not suspect what had actually caused the mishap. The Soviets also had previously withdrawn all their trawlers and ships which normally shadow a shuttle launch. to prevent any suggestion of Soviet presence near or involvement in the catastrophic accident.

A few days later, sporadically intense "high frequency localization signals" were still present on the grid, at least at one hinge-point at Birmingham, Alabama. From 1-4 February 1986, many birds inadvertently flew into the zone when an intense breakout of these components occurred, and dead birds fell from the sky in substantial numbers.

According to an Urgentgram sent out by General D. Graham, on the evening of the Challenger's loss, KGB headquarters held a party to celebrate 'success of their active measure against the shuttle.' Note that all Soviet scalar EM weapons -- development, testing, deployment, and usage -- is under command and control of the KGB.

Among other things, this briefing details the bizarre series of indicators that showed the Soviet intention to destroy the vehicle, and documents the accidental discovery of the signal with which they intended to cause the shuttle to fail and destroy itself.