Electronic attack (EA) or electronic countermeasures (ECM) involves the use of the electromagnetic energy, or anti-radiation weapons to attack personnel, facilities, or equipment with the intent of degrading, neutralizing, or destroying enemy combat capability and is considered a form of fires (see Joint Publication [JP] 3-09, Joint Fire Support). EA operations can be detected by an adversary due to their active transmissions. Many modern EA techniques are considered to be highly classified.
regex wrote:According to some documentaries, I think its also mentioned in September Clues, cellphones and cameras did not work on 9/11.
I'm not talking about the phone calls from the airplanes, but about all the phones and cameras in NY.
After a little research I haven't found anything about that.
regex wrote:I can't believe that the fake factory would risk it, to be exposed.
About the EMP: Well, ye this technology might exist, still there's no proof that it was used on 9/11. What is missing here is the smoking gun just like 10 people claiming that they were filming on 9/11 and at the moment of the "second impact" their cameras were just screwed up.
I understand your point that the pentagon would of course use such technology if needed, but still I can't see any concrete evidence. So I'm still not so much into these EMP speculations
fbenario wrote:regex wrote:
This has no place here. Vague musings, vague speculations, just waste everyone's time.
You don't like one of this forums' foundational theories/conclusions? Post objective evidence likely to convince the neutral reader. Otherwise, take your boring, unsupported, amorphous doubts elsewhere, please. And stop using smilies that are emotionally inconsistent with the preceding sentence.
By the way, there are many reports of folks whose cameras just 'happened' to fail at the time of the 'attacks'. You might make a little bit of a research effort before burdening us with this word salad.
I just watched september clues once again and theres just "It's a fact that cellphones didn't work that day". Well, yea it's likely that communication networks just broke because of an overflow, but cameras? Wheres the proof?
antipodean wrote:This type of technology definately exists.
A couple of years ago there was a news story about residents living close to a local prison who were complaining about their cell phones being jammed, because the authorities at the nearby prison were activating this technology to prevent the inmates from using smuggled in cell phones.
Someone (on this forum) has called this a 'stupid' assertion.
antipodean wrote: This type of technology definitely exists. A couple of years ago there was a news story about residents living close to a local prison who were complaining about their cell phones being jammed, because the authorities at the nearby prison were activating this technology to prevent the inmates from using smuggled in cell phones.
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