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Technology => Technology => Topic started by: sr john on October 03, 2019, 07:11:42 PM

Title: Report #63: Richard Lighthouse - NASA Engineer Discusses Satellite Weapons, .
Post by: sr john on October 03, 2019, 07:11:42 PM
17 Apr 2018 .

Deeply informative and compelling discussion and disclosure with Richard Lighthouse, NASA engineer with degrees in science and engineering from Stanford University, as well as independent research in theoretical physics, who shares the current discoveries he has made from his research of patents and military programs, of USAF Space Command being putatively involved in the use since the 1980's of sophisticated Star Wars satellite weapons systems used secretly and without public knowledge in political monitoring, surveillance, and remote electromagnetic anti-personnel assault of civilians worldwide .

Sharing his discoveries of patents, and pointing viewers to information posted already at Technologies on Targeted, a new human rights organisation dedicated to exposing and addressing the criminal abuse of military technologies on civilians, Mr. Lighthouse delineates a timeline of weapon creation, patent recording and attribution (to the USAF), and subsequent seamless withdrawal of weapons into  classified or National Security  compartments, in tandem with public and documented reports of civilians reporting remote electromagnetic assault on their person from satellites, starting with well-known American citizen Harlan Girard .

Given the wide reports of abusive electromagnetic anti-personnel technology use on civilians worldwide currently, Richard Lighthouse also discusses other weapons systems such as magnetrons used in conjunction with satellite GPS tracking and cell towers, smart meters, and portable weapons. Additionally, he addresses information emerging newly from perusing lawsuits and ACLU reports related to the FBI's Known and Suspected Terrorist List program, which wrongfully lists innocent civilians to be considered Non-Investigative Subjects  and coded  Silent Hit . .