TIDBIT: BEAM COMBINED LASERS MIGHT HELP WITH THIS PROBLEM TOO
April 12, 2017 / /
Beam combined lasers might help with this problem too:
Oh... wait, aren't asteroids like little mini-planetoids? And wouldn't destroying one with satellite-based lasers using beam-combining technologies be sort of like blowing up a planet on a small scale? And, hmm, what would happen if, say, one aimed one of those things to the surface of the planet Earth...? Might this be why they're interested in figuring out this technology?
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This what called making a bad problem worse you turn a single asteroid-comet into grapeshot by braking it up. And comets are not dirty snowballs one look at comet P-67 it looks more like a asteroid than a dirty snowball. In the syfy film of the fifties “This Island Earth” the Zagons attacking the super-earth Metaluna use comets as their weapons of choice. In fact their home world is described as once being a comet itself shades of I.V. description of Venus. The effects portrayed in the movie could not be the results of dirty snowballs.
As a matter of fact all this communication about asteroids has highly contradictory elements; read “cognitive dissonance”.
Dark humor from the Russian side:
“No impact is expected, so you can breathe easy – unless, after the events of the past few years, you were hoping for an impact to wipe out the human race.”
In the most recent Star Wars movie, Rogue One
The death star weapon is first test on a “rebel” city.
As the city blows sky-high: designers smile at its beauty.
Ahhh, yes. That reminds me of an interview Joseph had years ago on Radio Misterioso. The subject was crop circles and Joseph said that, rather than ETs, they might have been made by the military as a means of testing the fine tuning of lasers. That might also explain the small white balls of plasma (?) seen floating above some circles during their creation. I haven’t heard much about crop circles lately, but might make a good vidchat question!