The July 2014 Maximum PC issue’s column by Tom Halfhill
[Fast Forward, Page 13] tells readers of a demonstration that Mr. Halfhill
attended which I found to be interesting.
An engineering team (not disclosed from where) provided a
look at a new microwave oven in which they had placed a whole fish embedded in
an ice block.
The engineers “cooked” the fish without melting the block of
ice it was in.
They took the fish out, chipped away the ice, and served the
steaming/cooked fish to observers.
The underlying technology Mr. Halfhill tells readers is
“radio beamforming” – shaping a radio signal for maximum efficiency, to cook a
fish or to deliver radio frequencies to various communication devices.
If a military agency or alien (extraterrestrial) intruder
employed such technology, it seems they could disrupt any operating system
without destroying its surrounding environment.
Does this explain some UFO experiences/reports where a car
or airplane is disabled but not ruined to the point of inoperability?
The “radio beamforming” would have to be nuanced, of course,
but that doesn’t seem to be a problem, as the cooked fish demonstration showed.