Baltimore Key Bridge #10 – DEW Attacks Elsewhere. Similarities in resultant evidence. New findings.

Index . Oddity List . Official Story . Summary

Similarities in resultant evidence suggest similar causation

DEW Attacks Elsewhere

White River bridge in Washington State 2015

A pre-test DEW attack against steel truss?

I35W Bridge in 2007

Another pre-test DEW attack against steel truss?

Lahaina, Maui , Hawaii, USA

Eric West, Maui Real Estate






Paradise, California, USA

Supposedly Shelley interviews with fire captains Matt & John Lord

PDF by James W Lee Paradise California

Woodland Hills, Berkeley, California, USA 1981







There are many DEW attacks elsewhere —

Possibly most other “wildfires” — Forensic arborist Robert Brame: “Only 3 out of 135 wildfires I’ve investigated were perhaps natural and not DEW.”
911 / Pentacon


49 Year Arborist Trying To Help Innocent Man Accused of Arson! (Also shares MANY Fire Anomalies)

“I’ve personally visited maybe 115 so-called wildfires, and maybe three are natural.  I’m beginning to think most wildfires are man-made.” – Robert Brame, forensic arborist — this quote (approximate) is the reason why I created this part #15 to the ongoing series based on the Directed Energy Weapons also employed in the take-down of the Baltimore Key Bridge.

UN-NATURAL FIRES — Expert Analysis by Forensic Arborist Robert Brame

LauraFarms (youtuber)

See also the ongoing DEW attacks on farms — LAURAFARMS youtuber

DEW Attacks Elsewhere - LauraFarms (youtuber)
DEW Attacks Elsewhere – LauraFarms (youtuber)

Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths ranging from about one millimeter to one meter. When microwaves interact with certain substances like water and metals, they can cause unique effects due to their specific interaction mechanisms.

Superheating Water

Microwaves are particularly effective at heating water molecules because they have a resonant frequency that matches the natural vibration frequency of water molecules. This resonance leads to a phenomenon known as dielectric heating.

In dielectric heating, microwaves cause water molecules to oscillate rapidly. As they oscillate, they collide with neighboring molecules, transferring kinetic energy and increasing the temperature of the water. Unlike conventional heating methods that heat water from the outside in, microwaves can heat water uniformly throughout the volume, leading to rapid and efficient heating.

One intriguing aspect of microwave heating is the potential for superheating. Superheating occurs when water is heated beyond its boiling point without actually boiling. In a microwave, this can happen because the microwaves heat the water so quickly that bubbles of vapor don’t have time to form. When the superheated water is disturbed, such as by adding a solute or introducing an object like a teabag or spoon, rapid boiling can occur, sometimes resulting in unexpected splattering or even boiling water “explosions.”

Metal and Eddy Currents

Metals behave differently in microwaves compared to non-metallic materials. Metals are highly reflective to microwaves due to their high electrical conductivity. When a metal object is placed in a microwave oven, the microwaves are reflected off its surface rather than being absorbed.

However, if the metal object has sharp edges or points, such as aluminum foil or a fork, it can create a phenomenon known as arcing. Arcing happens when high voltage gradients build up at these sharp points, causing sparks or arcs of electricity. This can damage the microwave oven and pose safety hazards.

Another interesting effect of microwaves on metals is the generation of eddy currents. When microwaves encounter a metal object, they induce electrical currents within the metal. These are called eddy currents and they circulate within the metal, generating heat due to resistance. This effect can be harnessed intentionally in applications like induction heating, where metal objects are heated rapidly and uniformly using eddy currents induced by alternating magnetic fields.

Molecular Energization and Microwave Radiation

Microwave radiation’s ability to energize molecules is not limited to water and metals. Many organic molecules, including those found in food, can absorb microwaves and undergo rapid molecular rotations or vibrations. This leads to thermal energy being generated within the material, heating it from the inside out.

In the context of cooking, microwaves are designed to target water molecules primarily, as water is a major component of many foods. This is why microwaves are effective at heating moist foods but less effective at heating dry or low-moisture foods.

Overall, microwaves’ ability to interact with water, metals, and organic molecules in unique ways stems from their specific frequencies and the resonance effects they induce within materials. Understanding these interactions is crucial for using microwaves safely and effectively in various applications, from cooking to industrial processes.

Hutchison Effect – Fusing of Dissimilar Materials

Bible fused with steel, WTC 911

Dr Judy Wood

Read the only existing forensic study of the destruction of seven World Trade Center buildings on 9/11, Where Did The Towers Go? Evidence of Directed Free-Energy Technology on 9/11 by Dr. Judy Wood, a structural engineer with a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering Science and expertise in experimental stress analysis, engineering mechanics and strength of materials testing.

IRREFUTABLE: Classified Free Energy Technology Revealed to the World

WTC 911

The World Trade Center complex contained:
– 200,000 tons of steel
– 425,000 cubic yards of concrete
– 43,600 windows
– 12,000 miles of electric cables
(WTC complex had its own zip code: 10048)
World Trade Center 1 & 2, each were:
– 110 floors
– 208 ft by 208 ft at base (acre, approx football field)
– 500,000 tons in weight
WTC 1: 1,368 ft high (north tower)
WTC 2: 1,362 ft high (south tower)

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