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Now We Are Free

It’s the Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation

 

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Ark Lane, nr Stroud Green, Essex, United Kingdom. Reported 29th August Read about this Circle Here

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8-29 Circle

Second Crop Circle This Year Near Southend Airport Pointing out Radar

Check out this circle earlier this year from a nearby location

Dolphin Clue?

VA Dolphin Strandings

Chesapeake Bay Dolphin Strandings

Uncle Sam Did it in The Estuary with the Pulsed Microwave Radar?

IRL 2013 Stranding Dolphin

Indian River Lagoon Dolphin Strandings Source


Virus deadly to dolphin hits Indian River Lagoon – Aug 29 2014

In August alone, Hubbs researchers found 18 dead bottlenose dolphins: a dozen from the lagoon (eight of them calves), and the others along the beach and in the Halifax River.

TX 2012 Stranding Dolphin

Texas Dolphin Strandings

Now Terry, are you sure it’s not the whales doing that?

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation From Radars dissolving CaCO3 Coral Reef Skeleton that is hundreds of years old

From: underwater2web . <underwater2web@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 1:50 PM
Subject: RIMPAC vs Wainiha Reef. Yesterdays Scuba Dive
To: Many people our tax money pays for
Cc: You from the Internet

Hi Dr. So and So

I dove yesterday in the middle of the bay at Wainiha. This dive site is about half way in between Hanalei and Tunnels (BELOW THE RADARS) and is rarely visited by humans. Wainiha means “wild waters” and this 40 foot tall underwater cliff has lots of big surf and wild currents. The cliff is fully covered in giant mound corals up ???????????????????????????????until now appeared very healthy. It has over 90% coral coverage with a lot of fish. I call the site “the aquarium” as it is so beautiful and I have video of these corals every two months over the past five years. I have supplied you with lots of video from Wainiha for your coral disease study and ____ from NOAA surveyed this site with me about 2 years ago. The reef was one of the last reefs to break out with the black band coral disease on the rice corals.
What I saw yesterday was just stunning! Their were hundreds of corals littering the sea floor that were knocked off the cliff during the RIMPAC war games. I have before and after footage to show this. Some of these corals weigh Over 100 pounds and are upside down on top of other live corals! Looks as if a bull dozer came through and moved down part of the cliff.
Other corals were broken up on the reef and about 40% of the giant old growth mound corals are dissolving and turning into mud. There still are about a dozen large mound corals that look OK but you can see the algae slowly eating away at them also and I suspect that they will too die soon. ???????????????????????????????
It is my educated belief after doing over 1,000  dives along the north shore of Kauai and watching these reefs crumble that the Military electronic war games are slowly weakening the reefs allowing disease and algae to take over. These weakened corals were easily blasted off the reef during the high intensity sonar used right off shore during RIMPAC.
I have over 500 hours of video of the north shore reefs before RIMPAC and I now have about 30 hours of video after RIMPAC showing the damage at a number of locations from Anini Beach all the way down to the Na Pali coastline.
I know I do not have a PHD in marine biology by I do have 2 college degrees (biology and geology) with 60,000 hours in the sea studying reefs and I have never seen anything like this in my 50 years of diving except in Belize and Moorea where I shot video of the reefs after a category 5 hurricane came through.
???????????????????????????????What to you feel caused this type of destruction to our reefs here along the north shore of Kauai?
Another observation I have had since RIMPAC began is that I have not seen one live dolphin anywhere up and down the north shore of Kauai and I am out everyday in the sea doing my reefs studies. I usually see hundreds of dolphin every week.
I attached pictures I took out of the video from yesterday that show the large live mound corals, broken corals and dissolving diseased corals. I have the entire video for your review if you would like.
Aloha,
Terry Lilley
Marine Biologist
Hanalei, Kauai
underwater2web.com

Beware the Quantum Vacuum

Thermodynamic Vacuum Condensing of the Atmosphere, Rayleigh scattering of light, ionization of the atmosphere through electromagnetic discharge and ZAP!

A little bit is good for us!

Where There is Glow, You Will Know

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Vieques Island, PR. Electromagnetic radiation from the atmosphere & radars, captured by the waves around her, cause stress on algae that then glows. I CAN’T WAIT TO GO THERE… The only other place that glows that much is the Indian River Lagoon….

While infant mortality rates have been decreasing on the main island, in Vieques they are increasing.  The people of Vieques have a 30% higher rate of cancer, a 381% higher rate of hypertension, a 95% higher rate of cirrhosis of the liver, and a 41% higher rate of diabetes than the inhabitants of Puerto Rico’s main island.  When they become ill with cancer, Viequenses must travel hours by ferry and bus to the main island for chemotherapy because there are no clinics on Vieques that offer treatment.  The Navy ignores reliable scientific data

 

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Dead/Diseased/Dissolved Coral in Shallow Areas due to pulsed electromagnetic radiation

Abstract

The former U.S. Navy range at Vieques Island (Puerto Rico, United States) is now the largest national wildlife refuge in the Caribbean. We investigated the geomorphology and benthic assemblage structure to understand the status of the coral reefs. Coral assemblages were quantified at 24 sites at Vieques and at 6 sites at St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. These sites were chosen to represent the major zones of reef geomorphology. Sites consisted of two or three 21-m-long photo-quadrate belt transects. The results revealed surprisingly little differentiation in the coral assemblages within and between reefs of comparable geomorphological and oceanographic setting at Vieques and St. Croix. At Vieques, the Acropora palmata zone was almost completely lost, and it was severely reduced at St. Croix, presumably primarily due to diseases and hurricane impacts since the 1970s. Subtle, but nonsignificant, differences with respect to the nature of the shelf margin (north adjacent to the bank, south adjacent to the open sea) and depth zone were observed at Vieques. At St. Croix, benthic assemblages differed more between depth zones but not between north and south. Effects of natural disturbances were severe at Vieques, outweighing impacts of past military activity [BUT THE 100,000,000 WATT ERP (EFFECTIVE RADIATIVE POWER) ROTHR RADAR IS STILL THERE!]— which were present but not quantitatively discernible at our scale of sampling. Germs and storms, rather than bombs (and associated naval activities), primarily seem to have taken the worst toll on corals at both Vieques and St. Croix.

More Vieques Island Coral Research Here:

DENIAL APPEARS TO BE VERY DEADLY

 

 

 

A Vacuum Energy Powered Earth

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Military Intercept

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Looks are Deceiving

Top Secret/Confidential/For Your Eyes Only

To: President Obama (Golfing in Kailua)

From: Pacific Fleet & RIMPAC Allied Command

We have successfully tested our new electromagnetic warfare and pulsed EMP radar weapons systems on our Hawaiian homeland and are happy to report 100% coral reef destruction.  We are off to the officers club to hit on some local women and will report back more destruction after our hangover.

PS. Still investigating a civilian 777 shot down by enemy using missile guided by microwave radar technology and a 777 lost in civilian airspace using microwave radar technology. This implies we may have to ask congress for additional billions to upgrade our radars to higher power.

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: underwater2web . <underwater2web@gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Subject: Milolii and Nualolo Bays in Kauai : complete reef destruction!
To: Anybody that will listen
Cc: You

Hi ____,

 
Every summer I go down to the Na Pali Coast and survey the reefs with my underwater video camera. Last summer Nualolo Bay had a huge outbreak of the black band coral disease on the rice corals that killed over 50% of them in a few short months.
 
Milolii which is just a half mile away had beautiful healthy looking corals, no disease, lots of fish, lobsters, sea urchins and sharks!
 
Both of these coves are very sacred fishing grounds for the Hawaiian people.
 
I dove these two coves yesterday with Marine Biologist ___ ___ and I shot detailed HD video.
 
I was stunned with what I saw! I truly wanted to cry.
 
These two beautiful north shore bays are now totally destroyed. As if a nuclear bomb landed on them like Hiroshima in Japan in WW2.
 
Everything is now dead! All of the coral species are over 95% killed and dissolved. The reef is turning a very bizarre red color. The sea urchins are dead and gone. The lobsters are dead and gone. Only the thin skeletons of the endangered blue rice corals remain and they are diseased! So much for being endangered as they may well be extinct soon.
 
These two once beautiful bays are the closest to the Military electronic warfare games that are using massive amounts of sonar, lasers and microwaves never before seen on planet earth. There are no homes or cesspools along the Na Pali coat. No humans living there. No run off from the farm lands. No GMO chemicals. Just military boats blasting the reefs.
 
These reefs should be pristine and Milolii was, just a year ago!
 
What could totally cause a 100% reef collapse  in less than a year?
 
I believe it is caused by the use of massive amounts for electromagnetic radiation the military is testing along the Kalalau coastline.
 
What do you think is making an entire 10,000 year old reef crumble into mud? What we saw and shot video of, with time, date and GPS is quite scary. Something that can kill a massive reef and all if its creatures in one year should make us humans a little concerned.
 
Here are some pics out of my videos. Kalalau is just so damn beautiful so I included a rainbow pic I shot yesterday after documenting an entire reef dying.
 
I needed to see the beauty to keep my sanity with what I am seeing underwater as it is really the worst disaster to ever hit the island of Kauai.
 
Aloha,
 
Terry Lilley
Marine Biologist
Hanalei, Kauai
underwater2web.com
 
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Shock & Awe

Shock

dead manatee

Since July and 2012, a total of 220 [270+ now] manatees have died in the Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County, about 100 of them under mysterious circumstances; and since February, between 250 and 300 dead pelicans have been found in the same area…Reinert said the manatees that died mysteriously appeared to be healthy but drowned due to toxic shock-like symptoms

 

Awe

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Indian River Lagoon: According to my calculations it takes approx 12-15,000,000 watts of  overhead reflected, pulsed electromagnetic radiation and some bioluminescent algae to put on that light show!

Latest Google Earth Pulsed Microwave Radar Database (1.3 Billion Watts) can be Downloaded Here

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