Maui

SamSpade

Well-Known Member
See if you've heard this one...

The Maui fires were set intentionally - by test-firing an energy weapon into an area that TPTB want gentrified.

All of those constraints and "mistakes" - withholding water, not sounding alarms - intentional. They wanted those people gone.
And they got to test their weapon. Some kind of laser weapon.
 

Tech

Well-Known Member
It's why I wear blue.
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SamSpade

Well-Known Member
I can't find any credible evidence that lasers are helpless against the color blue.
Moreover, every site I've seen claiming an energy weapon is shown to be crap - pictures of beam weapons and burn sites that aren't Maui or 2023.
 

RoseRed

American Beauty
PREMO Member
I can't find any credible evidence that lasers are helpless against the color blue.
Moreover, every site I've seen claiming an energy weapon is shown to be crap - pictures of beam weapons and burn sites that aren't Maui or 2023.
That's why I took it with a grain of salt.
 

Clem72

Well-Known Member
I can't find any credible evidence that lasers are helpless against the color blue.
Moreover, every site I've seen claiming an energy weapon is shown to be crap - pictures of beam weapons and burn sites that aren't Maui or 2023.
If you remember your highschool level physics, materials that appear a specific color do so because they reflect that wavelength of light much higher than other wavelengths.

So, if someone were using a blue laser (or more likely an ultraviolet) laser and then blue materials would heat up slower than others.

Now where this theory falls apart is that most high powered lasers (and it would have to be very high powered to be useful over open atmosphere at long distances) are very long wavelengths like near-infrared, and producing lower wavelengths takes a lot more power.

People doing at home demonstrations are using lasers that do not scale up or rigging the experiment (making the blue surface more reflective and the other colors more matte).

If there were a directed-energy weapon capable of starting fires from space or more likely from an aircraft, I would expect if anything were to survive it would be white and red reflective surfaces.
 

Clem72

Well-Known Member
But the deck and grass are green, why didn't they burn? Theory is cookoo bananas anyways. a million people with a cellphone and not one video showing a spontaneous ignition or anything else that would actually support the theory.

This one falls firmly on the side of incompetence for me, and the rich people buying up the property is just rich people doing what they do. You expect them not to take advantage of the sale of a lifetime?
 

DaSDGuy

Well-Known Member
But the deck and grass are green, why didn't they burn? Theory is cookoo bananas anyways. a million people with a cellphone and not one video showing a spontaneous ignition or anything else that would actually support the theory.

This one falls firmly on the side of incompetence for me, and the rich people buying up the property is just rich people doing what they do. You expect them not to take advantage of the sale of a lifetime?
Obviously the beam came from the front-left and the house shielded the deck and grass in the back-right. Notice the trees and grass not shielded in the front was burned. Maybe if we all wore mirrored sunglasses the beam would be returned to sender?
 
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