Were Directed Energy Weapons Used in the Death of Paul Walker?Submitted by BILL3 on Tue, 12/03/2013 - 01:36
Suspicions about his mysterious car crash are still swirling around the Internet. While officials have ruled the death an “accident,” serious questions remain.
Former U.S. National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism Richard Clarke, for example, told The Charleston Post that the crash was “consistent with a directed energy weapon attack.”
Intelligence agencies for major powers — including the U.S. government — almost certainly know how to remotely seize control of a car, he added. It would be an easy matter to drive the car into a high energy beam once its electronic motherboard were under control by remote authorities.
"What has been revealed as a result of some research at universities is that it's relatively easy to hack your way into the control system of a car" Clarke continued. "You can do some really highly destructive things now... I think whoever did it would probably get away with it."
Military officials confirm that the fire was “extremely hot” and “not something we normally see.” Physics professors claim there were no skid marks at the accident scene, but merely the tell tale signs of a directed energy weapon: molten crater, burned witnesses and radiation in the area.
Porsche insists that their cars do not blow up. In fact, the company has a reputation for building some of the safest cars in the world.
To understand directed energy weapons, you have to know about “Free Energy” – which means being able to extract useful energy from the environment, or from within materials themselves – without “burning” in either a chemical or nuclear sense.
Nikola Tesla called it “radiant energy” (as he proposed it was present everywhere – as sunlight is on a clear day). Others call it “vacuum energy” or “zero point energy” or even, perhaps, “orgone energy”. Mainstream science usually states that “zero point energy” cannot be “extracted” and made to do useful work because that would violate certain laws of physics. Experimental evidence does call this conclusion into question, however.
Based on the suspicious circumstances and other evidences, we have strong reason to suspect Paul Walker was killed by directed energy weapons.
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