Government Official Says 9/11 Directed Energy Weapon Research "Worthy"
The Director of Public Affairs at the Directed Energy Directorate, Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico says Dr Judy Wood's 9/11 directed energy weapon evidence is "interesting and worthy of further consideration".
March 16, 2007: Former Clemson University Professor of Mechanical Engineering Dr Judy Wood files a Request for Correction with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regarding the 9/11 NIST Report. Dr Wood cites fraud and deception, and shows clear evidence that the World Trade Center was destroyed by directed energy weaponry.
Dr Judy Wood is represented by attorney Jerry Leaphart.
Dr Wood's Request for Correction (RFC) is archived on the US Government's Department of Commerce website in PDF format:
RFC (March 16, 2007):
Supplement#1 (March 29, 2007):
Supplement#2 (April 20, 2007):
April 7, 2007: Dr Wood sends letter to
* The Head of U.S. Air Force Directed Energy Directorate
* The Office of Management and Budget Deputy Director for Management
* The Board of Directors of Directed Energy Professional Society
The main question of this letter: "Are the effects set forth in RFC filed with NIST consistent with the destructive effects that would result from the use of directed energy weapons?"
See here for full letter with additional comments by Jerry Leaphart:
April 27, 2007: Wood and Leaphart are contacted and have telephone conversation with
The Director of Public Affairs
Directed Energy Directorate
Air Force Research Laboratory/DEO-PA
Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico
May 3 2007: Leaphart sends letter to the Director of Public Affairs:
May 4, 2007: Leaphart receives the following FAX from the Director of Public Affairs at the Directed Energy Directorate, Kirtland Air Force Base (emphasis added):
MESSAGE: I received your fax yesterday and your FedEx package today, and had a chance to review the materials you sent. During our telephone conversation I outlined a variety of directed energies that might have future weapons applications but I'm not aware of any that are mature enough to cause the damage at the World Trade Center. Lasers are the most likely candidates for nearer-term weapons use and, to that enc, we have conducted laboratory tests to evaluate the effects of laser energy on different materials. For the most part, those materials have been metals, not concrete structures. Effects on metals are from the heat generated by an intense beam of coherent light, which cause the metals to weaken and split. Given sufficient heat, metals would melt (become liquids) and, given significantly more heat, could turn to gases. Since we haven't tested concrete I don't know if the effect would be dust. You report phenomena that we cannot explain here, either because we don't have enough data or because the phenomena are not within our area of expertise. While on a personal level I may find Dr Wood's investigation interesting and worthy of further consideration, on a professional level we are unable to devote our limited resources to activities outside of our charter, I wish you success in your endeavor and am available to answer whatever directed energy questions may arise.
See here for a scan of the original FAX document:
Dr Wood's 9/11 directed energy weapon evidence is "interesting and worthy of further consideration"!
June 29, 2007: The Chief of the Management and Organization division at NIST replies to Dr Wood, and states they need more time to respond to her RFC:
NIST needs **more time** ??
See Dr Judy Wood's 9/11 directed energy weapon research here: