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Why MAD Makes Us ALL SAD

September 5, 2014
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Kauai Coral Reef Survey Site. Approx. 30,000,000 watts of pulsed microwave radars up on the mountains, each pulsing approx 1000/second (1 kHz)

Mutual assured destruction, or mutually assured destruction (MAD), is a doctrine of military strategy and national security policy in which a full-scale use of high-yield weapons of mass destruction (EMP Pulses from High Powered Radars are a Weapon of Mass Destruction) by two or more opposing sides would cause the complete annihilation of both the attacker and the defender.[1] It is based on the theory of deterrence where the threat of using strong weapons against the enemy prevents the enemy’s use of those same weapons. The strategy is a form of Nash equilibrium in which neither side, once armed, has any incentive to initiate a conflict or to disarm.

From: underwater2web . <underwater2web@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 5:59 PM
Subject: More Coral Damage in Hanalei Bay During RIMPAC

I finally had time to video survey the west side of Hanalei Bay yesterday after the RIMPAC War Games. I have extensive video of this location over the past six years under the surf spot called “Middles”. This is a 30 foot tall cliff that goes from about 10 feet deep to 40 foot deep and is over 100 yards long with a few twist and turns.

Myself and other PHD Chemist and Physicist currently have a theory as to why the reefs in Hanalei Bay are dissolving and crumbling onto the sea floor and also why the corals are dying so quickly from the deadly cyanobacterial disease. We know from the past that the corals in Hanalei Bay have been stressed by mud flowing out into the bay from failed wetland digging projects but there is a second greater problem facing the few live remaining corals in Hanalei Bay!
 
???????????????????????????????We believe that the constant bombardment of the surface of Hanalei Bay and clouds above Hanalei Bay by the Military’s use of high intensity microwaves for its electronic war games, is causing a change in the chemistry and PH of the rain and sea water. This then causes the sea water to dissolve the calcium carbonate in the corals killing them quite quickly! It also causes the corals to become weak and then the cyanobacteria takes over and consumes the coral.
 
We also believe that the massive use of the Militarise underwater sonic blasting that is known to kill whales, is shaking and vibrating these weakened corals causing them to break and fall off the reef into the mud below.
 
We intend to prove this theory in the lab and also in the sea as the coral reef destruction along the entire north shore of Kauai is now one of the biggest ocean environmental disasters happening on planet earth and many qualified scientist word wide are now trying to figure out how it is all happening. My hope is that the State of Hawaii and the US Military will also aid in the study of this disaster.
 
I am documenting the crumbling reefs all along the north shore of Kauai so everyone can have a day by day view of the reefs and can see how fast they are dying and dissolving.
 
Here are my pictures I took out of my video at Middles. They show broken sheared off corals, corals that were upside down on the reef, dissolving giant 200 year old plus mound corals and diseased rice corals. Plus one of the remaining live corals which now must house a lot of fish that recently lost their coral home. There were 12 fish and three crabs crammed into this coral for protection!
 
Drad Dawber Photography supplied me with the beautiful picture here of Hanalei Bay for my research and please feel free to contact him if you would like to purchase his stunning pictures. He lets me use his pictures so I can show you all where each survey site is located.
 
By funding a legitimate coral study here in Kauai like they did in Maui, will tell us what is killing the reefs so we can get it stopped. Maui received millions of dollars in funding to study their reefs in 2013 while Kauai received almost no money at all. I wonder why? Politics? Yup! In Kauai politics seems to be much more important than life itself. What a shame!
 
Aloha,
 

 

Terry Lilley
Marine Biologist
Hanalei, Kauai
underwater2web.com
 
 
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Pulsed Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields Can “Soften” or “Condition” Calcium Carbonate Scale causing it to break up. Coral Reef Skeleton is Made of Calcium Carbonate deposited over tens of thousands and/or millions of years.

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KHz electrical pulses in a coil induce quickly changing magnetic fields within water with lots of dissolved ions (think ocean). Lorentz forces acting on the ions can also “push” or move the water, causing turbulence

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Most Doppler Radars Pulse High Powered, 2-6 GHz radiation approx 1000/Sec

 

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Warning Us About Pulsed Microwave Radiation Scatter Diseasing ALL Biology

 
 
 
 

If you are interested, concerned or otherwise moved by the contents of this, please feel free to contact your elected representatives with your concerns. Find out what is going on with our environment, and what our government is doing about it.

REPRESENTATIVE PHONE EMAIL
PRESIDENT Barack Obama (D) (202)456-1111 president@whitehouse.gov
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MAYOR Bernard Carvalho (D) (808)241-4900 mayor@kauai.gov
KAUAI COUNTY COUNCIL    
Jay Furfaro   jfurfaro@kauai.gov
Mason Chock   mchock@kauai.gov
Gary Hooser   ghooser@kauai.gov
Tim Bynum   tbynum@kauai.gov
Mel Rapozo   mfrapozo@kauai.gov
Ross Kagawa   rkagawa@kauai.gov
JoAnnYukimura   jyukimura@kauai.gov

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