- Mar 16, 2017
I noticed something off with the films of the fires; the trees were all left and seemed fine. Someone else have noticed the same:
Here is an article that explains that trees burning from the inside is not that uncommon. It mentions lightning strikes and as I do not live where the fires are, I have no idea what the weather was. Here is the article:There is footage of a tree burning from the inside here:
Haarp is MUCH more complicated than that! You can direct haarp and decide what to burn down and what not to. For some reason they saved the vegetation. DEW's arent used for this type of thing as far as I know. Those kinds of weapons are too small. HAARP is what is used for "natural disasters". DEWs are more to disturb an individual or stop a crowd/mob. Not things this big.Ok I watched the video and I don't think the microwave theory holds water. I don't know who this guy is, but he seems to not really understand some basic things. First of all microwaves will definitely burn down a tree. So this idea that the houses are so much more vulnerable to microwaves than the trees is wrong.
The simple explanation is that it's called Wind and Fire. Houses and cars are full of combustible materials. That's how the trees survived. Probably was HAARP though. They just had to ignite a few areas with their high altitude laser beams and than use their sonic wind weapons.