August 2, 2007 - Reports from Russia's Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics located in Irkutsk are that their Siberian Solar Radio Telescope (SSRT) detected a 'massive' ultra low frequency (ULF) 'blast' emanating from Latitude: 45° 00' North Longitude: 93° 15' West at the 'exact' moment, and location, of a catastrophic collapse of a nearly 2,000 foot long bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Star Tribune News Service reported:
"The 1,907-foot bridge fell into the Mississippi River and onto roadways below. The span was packed with rush hour traffic, and dozens of vehicles fell with the bridge, leaving scores of dazed commuters scrambling for their lives.
Nine people were confirmed dead as of 4 a.m. today. Sixty were taken to hospitals and 20 people were still missing this morning. Authorities said they expected the death toll to rise."
Russian Military reports state that the total collapse of such a massive bridge, and in the absence of evidence linking its destruction to terrorist activity, could only have been accomplished by an acoustic weapon, which the United States Military is known to possess.
These reports further state that one of the United States primary research organizations into acoustic weapons research is Augsburg College, which is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, less than 1 mile from the Interstate 35W Bridge collapse.
As to the exact reason why and what exactly happened in this catastrophe, we can only speculate, but with what is known about the United States’ past history of using sophisticated weapons on its own citizens for 'research' purposes, it certainly lies in the realm of possibility that this horrific tragedy is rooted in the use of ULF weapons.
From a 1980s CNN report:
"Imagine the implications of a weapon with no visible trace - a weapon that could knock out tanks, ships, and planes as fast as the speed of light. The same technology, with modifications, could disorient and even tranquilize military personnel, rendering them virtually helpless in the battle zone. These are the new weapons of war we will examine in this series.
For the past 40 years, the world has been riveted by the threat of nuclear war, and more recently by the prospect of space defenses using lasers and other modern technologies.
Lightning is the most dramatic form of energy to be found in nature. Scientists have succeeded in creating limited types of artificial lightning. And some think that these could be the forerunners of a new type of directed-energy weapon, part of a family of weapons that operate within the radio frequency segment of the electromagnetic spectrum, and are thus referred to as radio frequency weapons."
As to the dangers of ULF weapons being used against civilians, note the warnings of Dr. Rauni Leena Kilde, MD, the former Chief Medical Officer for Lapland (northern Finland), who warned in 1999:
"When the use of electromagnetic fields, extra-low (ELF) and ultra-low (ULF) frequencies and microwaves aimed deliberately at certain individuals, groups, and even the general population to cause diseases, disorientation, chaos and physical and emotional pain breaks into the awareness of the general population, a public outcry is inevitable."
Regarding why the United States might be targeting Minneapolis with such a massive ULF blast, we can find answers in the exact neighborhoods that surround the Interstate 35W Bridge, which are home to one of the largest Muslim populations in the United States, including over 30,000 Somalis who are outraged by the U.S. sponsored invasion of their home Nation by Ethiopian forces.
For the American people as a whole, this catastrophe provides yet another example of the consequences of allowing their Military Forces to gain total control over their economy and lives, which history has long shown leads always towards total destruction.