I don't know what it was
that caused the interference with the doors. First guess would be some
sort of normal interference, but if that was checked and ruled out,
then it's something else.
It could easily be
something else. The scalar interferometers have been extraordinarily
active this year on engineering the weather, etc. and that is coming
largely from the rogue Japanese teams (Yakuza and Aum Shinrikyo) who
leased the earlier Russian scalar interferometers on site in Russia,
at the end of 1989, and have been engineering our weather since then
under the watchful eye of the KGB (now called the FSS). The KGB has
two factions: (1) the old die-hard communist faction that still wishes
to do us in (and controls all the scalar weapons etc.), and (2) the
younger faction from which Putin comes. That faction wishes to make
an accomodation with the U.S., become our trusted cheap oil supplier,
As you know, SecDef Cohen
confirmed those weapons in 1997 when he said:
"Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they
can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely
through the use of electromagnetic waves… So there are plenty of
ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which
they can wreak terror upon other nations…It's real, and that's the
reason why we have to intensify our efforts, and that's why this is
so important." [Secretary of Defense William Cohen at an April
1997 counterterrorism conference sponsored by former Senator Sam
Nunn. Quoted from DoD News Briefing, Secretary of Defense William
S. Cohen, Q&A at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass
Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, Apr.
media were so engrossed in the juicy Clinton/Lewinsky scandal that
they did not even report this first-ever confirmation by a high U.S.
government official of the energetics weapons.
weather engineering pushing the recent hurricane Isabel was fearsome.
Since Huntsville is one of the turning points they use to turn the
deviated jet streams at an angle parallel to the East coast coastline,
we especially had wave after wave of the cloud signatures, some with
power being applied and cut very quickly (two to three minutes).
Back to the garage door
openers. Some years ago, the same sort of interference occurred over
an area in California from aerial chaff drops on Navy exercises, with
the chaff reflecting available transmission signals all over the
place. I've heard nothing of such a drop or exercises, but they do go
on from time to time quite regularly.
Anyway, in the absence of
any other indicators, that's the best I can do. Can't definitely say
what the cause was, unless other discriminators turn up to show it.
Airwave glitch hits Springs area /
Garage-door openers jammed,
Next time NATO officials say they're doing a lockdown, the folks
in the luxury Broadmoor neighborhood will take them seriously.
Very seriously. Last week, NATO
workers erected security and communications towers in the area in
advance of this week's defense ministers' conference.
By 9 a.m. Friday morning, all 10 lines at Overhead Door Company of
Colorado Springs were lit up with calls from the Broadmoor and the
nearby town of Security complaining that their garage- door
openers had jammed. More than 400 calls from frantic, frustrated
and flustered residents came on that day alone. They haven't
stopped since, said the company's receptionist, Tina Oetken.
Coincidence? Oetken and her bosses don't think so. "With over
600-plus calls, it's hard to believe that it can be anything but"
NATO, Oetken said Wednesday. Garage-door transmitters work on
radio frequencies. NATO also needs radio frequencies but insists
it isn't poaching off the frequencies that signal
remote-controlled garage-door openers. "We've double-checked our
system, and there's no technical reason that we should be causing
the problem," said Army Lt. Col. Gary Keck, a Pentagon spokesman.
Keck apologized if anyone was inconvenienced but said the
additional security is for everyone in the Broadmoor and not just
those attending the meeting. Oetken said some of her customers
were even locked out of their houses because their computer
keypads jammed. Other residents, like Debbie DeYoung, have
suffered only intermittent problems. "Oh, I thought maybe it was
the battery," DeYoung said when she learned that many of her
neighbors were struggling with their garage-door openers. "My
garage door has been wild." DeYoung isn't alone. A nearby Radio
Shack sold out of 12-volt batteries, which are often used for
garage-door openers, Friday morning. A new shipment sold out in 90
minutes. "It was one customer after another asking if we had
batteries for garage-door openers," Radio Shack sales associate
Janell Fowler said. Store workers quickly figured out there
couldn't possibly be that many dead batteries at once, so they
began running tests. With very few exceptions, the batteries were
good. People were still coming in for batteries Wednesday, Fowler
said. But now she is ready. "Now when people come and say, 'I need
a battery for my garage-door opener' I say, 'No, you don't.' It
has been pretty crazy around here." Crazy is exactly how Cameron
Hayton describes the month of September, but now he's cashing in.
Hayton, the owner of the 3-month-old luxury taxi service Town Cars
of Colorado, got a call last month asking him to track down 30
identical Cadillacs for the visiting NATO ministers and deliver
them to the Broadmoor within 30 days. Officials told him they
wanted the identical cars to avoid any squabbling, Hayton said.
Government officials told him at least one diplomat left a
previous conference when he didn't get the color car he wanted, he
added. Hayton tried numerous car dealers and rental car agencies
and, like the government, had no luck finding identical cars.
Finally, Hayton called Red Noland Cadillac, which called General
Motors. Thirty $46,000 Cadillac DeVilles were made in Michigan
specifically to cart the NATO dignitaries around. After the
conference winds up today, the bronze- colored cars with chrome
wheels will be offered for sale across the Front Range.