Mad Mice & The Monte Carlo Method – Part 2

Cultocracy note :

For background to this article you may want to read part I :

Mad Mice & the Monte Carlo Method

In the first part of the article several methods of genetic manipulation were covered which could potentially create a human subject sensitive to laser weaponry . Using pulsed lasers the behaviour of a human subject could potentially be manipulated remotely , creating a ‘Mad Mouse’ . It should be noted that genetic manipulation may not be necessary for the neural manipulation of a human target , although it will enhance the ‘method’ .

In part II the various types of technology and hardware together with the potential effects will be discussed . Specifically this article will cover laser technologies .

Will it turn out to be Russian Roulette or the Vegas Jackpot for the controllers ?


We left the first part of this article whilst discussing the generation of atmospheric laser beams which can cover large distances and can be propagated from both Earth & space based sources .

Many alternative media reports correctly conclude that high powered lasers can be used to affect or even induce weather patterns :

weather-modification

As stated earlier the process of weather modification involves the firing of high powered lasers into the atmosphere :

There is no doubt that experiments involving weather modification have been conducted in the name of maniacal military supremacy , the experiments are probably ongoing .

It could also be argued that the technology has a dual purpose , complimentary to the premise of total control , perhaps the technology could also be used in the behavioural modification of human targets .

Undoubtedly many of the strange atmospheric lights , sounds and weather experienced in modern times are side effects of this series of experiments conducted by the bunker bandits .

Filamentation

Under normal circumstances a laser beam will diverge as it travels , weakening the concentration of energy in the beam . Laser beams are also subject to atmospheric diffraction or scattering when the beam encounters particles in the atmosphere , these could also deflect and weaken the laser beam .

It has also been shown that the refractive index of air actually changes in relation to the power of the laser beam , called the optical Kerr effect . This phenomenon will cause a high powered laser beam to converge and eventually collapse inward on itself .

A ‘halfway house’ between divergence and convergence has been found where the laser power is at just the right level to cause a curious effect termed filamentation . In air the power level of a laser causing filamentation is dependent on both the wavelength and power of the laser . As an example a laser operating at a near infrared wavelength of around 800nm will need a critical power of around 2 gigawatts (GW) for filamentation to occur . An infrared laser with power higher than 2 GW will converge and collapse , a laser with power lower than 2 GW will diverge and fade .

Filamentation describes the process whereby a high power laser beam can continually focus and defocus allowing propagation over a much larger distance . It is known that a pulsed laser beam traveling through the atmosphere can ionize the surrounding air creating plasma , plasma can be described as an area of charged particles . At the critical laser power level the plasma serves to reverse the self-focusing effect and actually causes the beam to diverge . The whole process of focus and defocus is then repeated over and over creating a continuous beam .

This process is illustrated in the two separate diagrams below .

LASERS

LASER is an acronym which when expanded stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation’ . There are many different types of laser , this article will cover only a few types of solid state lasers and the free electron laser .

The basic principle of most lasers is the same :

  • An electron in an atom can exist in either a low or high energy state .
  • The energy level depends on the orbit of the electron around the atom nucleus .
  • A laser gain medium (solid , liquid or gas) contains many electrons in a low energy state .
  • Energy (light or heat) is applied to the electrons in the gain medium .
  • This energy is absorbed by the electrons raising them to a higher energy level .
  • As further energy is applied the electrons are ‘stimulated’ to revert back to the lower energy level .
  • This transition back to a low energy state causes the electron to release a photon .

Quantum Cascade Laser

A quantum cascade laser (QCL) is a type of semiconductor laser , in this type of laser the semiconductor is the source of the photons which produce the laser beam .

The ‘quantum’ term describes how electrons are confined to two dimensions in an extremely thin layer of semi-conducting material known as a quantum well which can be described as the active layer . Each active layer in the lattice has a slightly lower energy level than the previous active layer .

The active layer is sandwiched between another two layers of semi-conducting material with a wider band gap , this sandwich helps to confine the electrons within the active layer .  Alternating layers of small band gap and wider band gap material forms a super lattice or multiple quantum well structure . Often gallium and aluminium compounds are used to form the alternate layers in the lattice .

The ‘cascade’ term describes how an applied voltage forces the electrons through the lattice with each step producing a photon . Each electron tunnels through the barrier layer in an effort to seek out a lower energy level in the next active layer , in the process it releases a photon . The electron continues on a path through the lattice , releasing a photon as it reaches every active layer , forming a ‘cascade’ of photons .

It therefore follows that a larger number of cascades in a lattice will produce a higher number of photons . There are presumed to be technological limits for the number of cascades or steps in any QCL , although techniques to bond lattice formations together and further increase the output have been developed .

A variation of the QCL uses quantum dots to form the active layer . Quantum dot lasers have a several potential advantages over substrate QCL lasers in that they can emit a broader range of frequencies and are more temperature stable .

quantum-well-q-dot

Tuneable QCL Lasers

prism

QCL lasers can be tuned to emit a specific wavelength dependent on the width and structure of the active quantized layers , frequencies ranging from infrared to sub-millimeter or terahertz (THz) are possible .

Interestingly , although not surprisingly , the section of the QCL Wikipedia page regarding emission wavelengths was disputed in 2012 and is incomplete . We can therefore safely assume that QCL lasers are able to emit a far broader spectrum of wavelengths than what is currently reported .

QCL lasers can be tuned to emit a different wavelength by varying the temperature of the system . The addition of a distributed Bragg reflector serves to filter out unwanted wavelengths to create the desired wavelength .

Another variation of the QCL called a distributed feedback laser uses a component known as a diffraction grating . This allows wavelength tuning via both temperature change and alteration of the input current .

Solid State Laser

Like the name suggests solid state lasers use a solid medium such as a crystal , glass or now more frequently an optical fiber , the solid media is ‘doped’ with an impurity usually a rare Earth metal or a metallic element or compound . The impurities in the solid medium are energized using a lamp or more recently diode lasers , this causes an electron in the doping material to transition to the crystal (or fiber) and release a photon .

The output wavelength of a solid state laser is dependent on the composition of the medium used and the doping agent . Certain crystals and fibers can produce a relatively broad wavelength output , although different lens , prism or grating types are often needed to tune the output to the required frequency . This type of laser can produce a pulsed or continuous beam .

Well known active gain mediums used in solid state lasers include Ti-Sapphire (titanium-sapphire) and Nd:YAG (neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet) .

Free Electron Laser

Free electron lasers are much larger and more expensive to produce than QCL’s  , this is primarily because they require a bulky electron accelerator to produce the laser beam .

The accelerator fires a beam of electrons into an undulator system which comprises a series of alternating magnets , the forces acting on the electron cause it to release photons .

FEL lasers are tunable by adjusting the strength of the magnetic field or the energy in the electron beam . FEL lasers can emit wavelengths ranging from terahertz to x-rays and can be used in directed energy weapon applications .

SASER

Other avenues which have been explored using QCL type systems included the SASER (or sound laser) , this device has the capability of firing a ‘sound beam’ . Instead of producing photons like the light based QCL , this variation produces phonons which are best described as a quantum unit of sound . The physics underpinning the SASER are much the same as the QCL laser , you can read more about this technology at Nature.com by clicking on the link below :

Hmmm….. . . . . I remember reading several articles in the mainstream media recently that could potentially involve the use of a similar system……. . . . . Oh ! Now I remember .

Chirped Pulse Amplification

Lasers can be operated in both continuous mode and pulsed mode , pulsed mode lasers require less power and are more temperature stable than continuous mode lasers . Also there is a difference in the interaction of a pulsed laser beam with the surrounding atmosphere compared to a continuous laser . Modern laser systems allow the formation of laser pulses at femtosecond intervals which can create a high powered pulse , this is down to the fact that power = energy / time . The shorter the pulse in terms of time , the more powerful it is , even with a relatively low initial power input .

The worlds most powerful laser situated in Japan was fired in 2015 and had an output of 2-petawatt (two quadrillion watts) .

There are several methods to produce a laser pulse including Q-switching (quality switching) and mode locking , although the massive power created in pulsed beams can lead to distortion of the laser beam or even destruction of the laser itself . There is a method to reduce the power within the laser and also conserve the energy output of the beam , this is termed chirped pulse amplification .

Chirped pulse amplification separates a laser pulse into it’s individual spectral components using gratings , these components are then ‘stretched’ into a pulse with lower intensity . The lower intensity pulse is then amplified before being recombined into a pulse with no loss of energy and less chance of destruction of the laser . This technique was initially developed for RADAR systems and allows lasers to be much smaller in terms of size and still retain the power output of larger systems .

laser-chirped-pulse-amp

Conclusion

Advances in laser technology have created smaller and more powerful systems which can rip through the atmosphere and travel great distances with ease . A multitude of wavelengths can be created and lasers can be tuned to emit a specific wavelength or produce combined wavelengths . Filamentation adds further distance to both ground and space based laser systems , filamentation also allows for the creation of incidental frequencies , including terahertz wavelengths . Portable table top systems are now in use , as well as larger more powerful mobile systems and even larger and more powerful fixed systems .

The laser systems have a wide variety of applications , including communications , directed energy weaponry and spectral analysis .

Coupled with ground based RADAR systems directed lasers create a formidable tool in the increasing arsenals of destruction , remote sensing and mind manipulation deployed against the masses . Out of sight usually means out of mind .

As always , the keyword is control .

Coming Soon : Mad Mice & The Monte Carlo Method – Part 3


Related :

  1. Mad Mice & The Monte Carlo Method
  2. HAARP , Charged Particles & Lights in the Sky
  3. The Matrix Deciphered – Dr. Robert Duncan Pt. 2
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