Not having seen the fires and the damage in California firsthand, I’ve remained on the fence about the involvement of lasers, masers or other Directed Energy Weapons in these fires, as claimed by so many, including by FKTV subscribers from the affected areas who have written in.
The use of DEWs sounds crazily far-fetched, even after seeing the Fire Captain talk about how he thought this was the most plausible explanation for the pattern of destruction, the likes of which he’d never seen in his 30-year career.
The arguments in this video are moving me over another notch, though. I now agree that directed microwaves (masers) might possibly explain the fire patterns we see in the Anaheim Hills mansion shown here, especially on its terracotta-tiled roof.
The creator of this video shows us some recent scientific papers about the use of electrical fields for combustion synthesis in metals. When you apply microwaves to metals, you accelerate the oxidation reduction process.
Terracotta roof tiles are commonly made from clay that gets its red color from iron oxide. If you apply microwaves to terracotta, you release the iron oxide, the oxygen of which functions as an accelerant to feed a fire. This is called “microwave-assisted combustion synthesis” and you can do it with all kinds of metals, due to their atomic structure.
Significantly, you can’t do this with trees because there’s no metal in trees to create the oxidizing agent to fuel a self-sustaining fire. Scenes of vaporized homes surrounded by unscathed trees are the hallmark of the devastating California fires we’ve seen over the past month.