Secret weapons of the American army

Secret weapons of the American army

The art of war has changed dramatically with the advent of modern technology, but something has remained unchanged. To win, it is still important to keep secret from the enemy the true power of your armed forces and the degree of their armed forces. Only a select few are allowed to the most important military secrets, those people who enjoy special trust and whose participation is necessary for the successful completion of the task.
For this reason, the US government cannot disclose full information about all the mechanisms and tactical techniques used in national defense. Therefore, of course, there should be cases when military weapons were developed and tested without wide notification of this population.

But is there a possibility that the military-industrial complex, having received an unjustifiably high influence, begins to harm the population of its own country? What fantastic secrets of kinetic, psychological, biological and energy war might be covered from public attention?

There are at least ten types of weapons whose plans have been made public, and they are listed on this list. However, this does not remove the question of what other tools of murder and destruction can be hidden in the shadows.

10. Directed Energy Weapons

It is possible that the first person to use the weapon of directed energy in human history was the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes. According to legend, when the Roman naval commander Marcellus took his ships to a distance exceeding the range of the arrow during the assault of the Romans of Syracuse, Archimedes quickly built a hexagonal mirror.

Apparently, Archimedes was able to concentrate the energy of the sun's rays and send it to the ships. The ships broke out and sank within minutes. MIT students were able to replicate this experience in 2005, but they noted that their mirror was only able to set fire to a fixed target.

Although since the days of Archimedes scientific knowledge has become much broader, the basic theoretical principles of the technology of directional energy weapons - DEW (short from directed energy energy), have remained unchanged.DEW strikes at a distance, firing a highly concentrated beam of energy at a target.

Different types of DEW use different types of energy, but the most popular form of directional energy weapons used today is a high energy laser - HEL (abbr. From high energy laser). These DEWs are like lasers that you could see in science fiction movies. They silently shoot invisible energy rays of a certain frequency that can hit targets hundreds of kilometers away.

HELs were developed by Lockheed Martin for use in missile defense and space warfare, but some believe that these weapons could have been designed with far more sinister targets.

During the so-called “Thomas fire” in Southern California in December 2017, many experts and witnesses noted that the traces of the fire were not entirely consistent with how a forest fire was supposed to behave. Such fires usually cover the leaves of trees in the first place, and in this case entire blocks of houses burned down, while the surrounding trees remained untouched.

Despite the fact that there was no official explanation for this anomaly,There are several witnesses from California who recorded video with rays of light emanating from the sky at the time when the flames spread throughout the state. Given the fact that HELs are usually mounted on aircraft head fairings, it has been suggested that the "Thomas fire" was reinforced with the help of directional energy weapons.

9. Long-range acoustic device

During the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, a new weapon came to the fore to pacify the crowd. As an active demonstration of their new capabilities, the increasingly militarized state police — and in particular the Ferguson Police Department — used LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Devices) to suppress civilian speeches.

A long-range acoustic device (LRAD) is able to project voice commands over a distance of up to 9 kilometers and cause severe pain to any person within 100 meters. LRAD manufacturers try to call their products "devices" to alert the public, not "weapons", but anyone who has survived the effects of LRAD exposure knows the value of such excuses well.

Just ask the American diplomats stationed in Cuba, who recently began to lose their ears. Shortly after the decrease in tensions between the United States and Cuba, which occurred in 2015, diplomats stationed at the newly opened US embassy in Cuba began reporting sudden, but regular, cases of hearing loss.

American experts concluded that diplomats were victims of an advanced, but unknown acoustic device that produces no sound signals, but causes irreparable damage to the ears and brain of any person affected by radiation. This incident was considered so serious that the United States announced the expulsion of two Cuban diplomats from the embassy in Washington.

However, the exact nature of this device, similar to LRAD, and the identities of the agents responsible for its use against US officials, are still not known. If we could really prove that acoustic weapons were really used against American diplomats in Cuba, then this would be an unprecedented scandal in the history of all international relations.

eight.Low frequency generators effects on the brain

Rumors about the use of acoustic weapons against the US embassy in Cuba revived many years of concern about another type of secret weapon. In 1965, at the height of the Cold War, the Pentagon discovered that Soviet intelligence services used low-frequency radiation generators against the US Embassy in Moscow.

Although the radiation was too weak to be accurately analyzed, it was found that the so-called “Soviet signal” had the ability to influence health or change the behavior of the embassy staff. Instead of trying to stop this practice, the Pentagon decided to study the potential effects of a signal and try to reproduce it.

Then the Directorate of Promising Research Projects of the Ministry of Defense DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), which was created shortly before, began work on the Pandora project and began to investigate the influence of low-frequency radiation on primate organs. Although the results were inconclusive, project manager Richard Cesaro remained his staunch supporter until 1969, until work on the Pandora project was stopped.Cesaro was convinced that the possibility of using low-frequency emitters by the enemy posed a serious threat to the national security of the United States.

The Pentagon did not find out what radiation was found at the American embassy in the USSR, and decided to do away with the question, covering the embassy with something like a foil hat: an aluminum screen was installed around the entire perimeter of the complex.

Although DARPA in 1969 ceased (possibly) to study low-frequency radiators, experiments have shown that low-frequency and radio waves can indeed have a detrimental effect on the human body. It has been demonstrated that even the signals emitted and received by cell phones affect the functioning of the brain, which often manifests itself in the disruption of natural sleep cycles.

Today’s world is literally oversaturated with invisible signals that serve us to communicate and to transmit information. But what do we really know about this all-pervasive radiation and how can this affect our health and even our thoughts?

7. Pistols for provoking heart attacks

After the Watergate scandal in the early 1970s, Democratic Senator Frank Church led a commission to study the illegal operations of the US special services.It was believed that under the pretext of the Cold War, the CIA was trying to unilaterally concentrate all power in their hands, so a commission was organized whose task was to expose this vile plot against the American people.

Although history has shown us that the Commission’s attempts to curb the CIA’s zeal for totalitarianism were ultimately ineffective, during the commission’s work in 1975 some interesting data was discovered. One of these discoveries was the so-called Heart Attack Gun - a modified pistol that can hit a target with an ultra-small, but absolutely lethal dose of toxins from mollusks.

The needle, released from this silent weapon, theoretically should have delivered no more trouble than a mosquito bite, and then almost instantly dissolved in the tissues of the body. The poison in it was supposed to be so toxic that it would cause a heart attack in the next few seconds. It is not known whether the Heart Attack Gun was ever used, but as far as mv know, it can still be actively used to this day.

6. Magnetohydrodynamic explosive warheads

In the novel "Earth light" of the legendary science fiction writer Arthur Clarke tells about the future space weapons, in which with the help of electromagnetism molten metal shells are formed to repel the attack of the battleship. This weapon is not really fantastic. During World War II, various weapons manufacturers supplied ammunition called self-forging penetrators (SFP) to the battlefield.

The SFPs were metal warheads, which, when hit in armor, changed their shape for better penetration. However, conventional SFPs proved to be ineffective and difficult to use, which gave rise to the need to create more effective armor-piercing warheads.

To fill this niche, DARPA developed a specialized projectile called Magneto Hydrodynamic Explosive Munition (MAHEM) - “magnetohydrodynamic explosive warhead”. It uses molten metal, which changes its shape with the help of electromagnetic energy. MAHEM is much more convenient than conventional SFPs, and they are very similar to the fantastic weapons that were used in Earth light.

In addition to these basic details, we know little about this secret military project.However, Nanjing University of Science and Technology of China, apparently, also turned its attention to this technology. As in many other aspects of the shadow war for world domination, which is currently being waged between the superpowers of the East and the West, the detailed details of this development will not soon be presented to the court of public opinion.

5. Biological weapons

Between 1949 and 1969, the United States armed forces tested biological weapons on their own people, without their knowledge or consent. One such experiment was conducted in 1950, when billions of tiny microorganisms were sprayed from the US Navy into the atmosphere above San Francisco, causing a massive surge of disease and possibly causing the death of one of the residents.

Another test was conducted in the New York subway in 1966. This time, flasks with bacteria were thrown on the way to check if their rapid spreading was possible with the help of a moving train. Other experiments involved spraying cadmium zinc sulfide over entire cities under the pretext of creating a smoke screen that could cover the population in the event of a nuclear war.

The military say that all this was done to find out how best to protect the population from enemy attacks, but many are wondering if the benefits of such reckless experimentation outweigh its costs.

However, dangerous pathogens in the atmosphere may be the least of all the biological threats to which the American people were exposed by their government. In 2016, the director of national intelligence, James Clapper, expressed concern that the technology of modifying genes could become a weapon of mass destruction if it falls into the wrong hands.

Research in the field of gene modification is carried out throughout the modern world, but it seems that almost no one thinks about the potentially detrimental effects of the erosion of the genetic structure of the Earth’s biosphere.

While natural pathogens are already quite harmful in themselves, genetic engineering has created the possibility of secretly creating biological weapons that could destroy the population of an entire country almost overnight. But the microbes created by the mad scientists of superpowers may not be the most dangerous of all that the work on the creation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) threatens.

In 2013, a group of about 300 scientists officially denied claims that there is a scientific consensus on the safety of GMOs when used by humans. This statement led to the fact that in many chains of restaurants and grocery stores, such as Chipotle and Trader Joe's, GMO products were completely banned. However, agribusiness corporations under the protection of the army of scientific publications and news publications continue to change the genetic code of such vital crops as maize and soybeans. They have repeatedly assured the audience that GMOs do not pose a threat to the human body or the biosphere as a whole.

The United States government actively funds agribusiness giants such as Monsanto. If it turns out that GMOs are really harmful to human health, the enormous spread of these artificially created organisms may indicate the secret continuation of the government’s deadly habit of testing biological weapons on one’s own population.

4. Impact on the subconscious

It is well known that in advertising is widely used effects on the subconscious.Typically, this type of marketing uses the effects on basic instincts to encourage people to buy some kind of products or services. But what if the same principles of influence on the subconscious, which are used in advertising, are also used by the intelligence community of the United States for spying or even for mind control?

There is a previously secret CIA document called “Operational Potential of Subconscious Perception”, which describes in detail the methods of influencing the subconscious to convince a person to make the necessary decision.

Although the author of the document ultimately concludes that the practical effectiveness of this technique turned out to be “extremely limited”, the CIA is widely known for having the ability to extend any “extreme limitations” and still work secretly on their projects.

3. Aircraft carriers

In the late 1920s, the US Navy began to study the tactical potential of using aircraft carriers. Two airships were built, the USS Akron and the USS Macon, which had crews of 60 people each and were able to carry Sparrowhawk fighters. However, both aerial aircraft carriers crashed, and now their remains rest on the ocean floor.

However, lately there have been rumors about the plans of DARPA to renew this chapter of American history and to initiate another attempt to create airborne aircraft carriers for military use. At this time, it is assumed that instead of manned combat aircraft, "celestial guards" will carry unmanned aerial vehicles. This bold DARPA initiative called “The Gremlins Program” suggests the use of C-130 transport aircraft as a means of delivering unmanned aerial vehicles capable of penetrating unnoticed through enemy defenses.

Considering that DARPA has a reputation as an organization that announces its plans after they have finished working on them, it is reasonable to ask whether Gremlins are already flying over our heads at that moment. If you believe the reports of persons allegedly devoted to secret development such as Corey Goode, it is possible that air patrols in the style of fantastic "Helicarriers" are already in the sky now, they simply cannot be detected through the use of the latest disguise technologies.

2. Project "Thor"

Potentially, the Thor project could press down MOAB bombs, which are now considered the most powerful non-nuclear warheads in service with the United States Army.This technology was described by the writer Jerry Purnell back in the 1950s; it consists of the bombardment of the earth's surface from outer space with inertial projectiles.

Colorful called the “Divine Rod”, this type of weapon based on the use of kinetic energy should consist of a pair of satellites. One of them serves as a target guidance station, the second must be equipped with 6-meter tungsten rods, which will be dropped onto the target from space orbit. Crashing with great force into the earth's crust and penetrating tens of meters inside its surface, these rods will create explosions due to the accumulated kinetic energy. It is assumed that the strength of such explosions will be comparable to nuclear, but without radioactive fallout.

Although the cost of delivering such rods into orbit is considered an unaffordable luxury, the George W. Bush administration seriously considered resuming work on this program. It is assumed that in the depths of the Ministry of Defense and several other agencies for the period from 1998 to 2015, 21 trillion dollars disappeared without a trace, while it is difficult to understandwhat potentially expensive research could have been spent by the United States government without the knowledge and consent of their constituents.

1. HAARP (abbr. From High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program - “Program for the study of ionospheric scattering of high-frequency radio waves”)

International attention to the HAARP facility in Alaska was attracted by Hugo Chavez, who accused the United States Air Force of using this high-frequency transmitter to create an earthquake in Haiti in 2010. Up to this point, the research station of the United States Air Force has attracted the attention of only half-witted tantrums who are making themselves “protective” helmets from foil radiation.

It was assumed that when the Air Force announced the closure of this research complex in 2014, all theories about its secret mission would go to "no." However, when HAARP was transferred to the University of Alaska at Fairbanks in 2017 and reopened, rumors resumed.

Admittedly, in terms of image, it was not the best decision of the University management. When the new owners of HAARP announced their plans to create the northern lights in the sky above Alaska, which cannot be seen with the naked eye,many perceived this as proof of the possibility of using this station of much controversy to manipulate the weather.

However, despite all the numerous accusations, real evidence of the influence of the HAARP program on the weather has never been provided - and there are no refutations either.

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