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Email – robfile@sbcglobal.net JULY 2007 EDIT

COMMENT: THIS CASE WAS PRESENTED TO ME IN 2005. THE WRITER


DOES A SIMPLE BUT EXCELLENT JOB OF EXPLAINING SATELLITE
ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE ABUSE AND SOME OF THE TECHNOLOGY.
(PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS PARTICULAR CASE FOCUSES ON
MICROWAVE TECHNOLOGY WHICH IS EXTREMELY POPULAR).
HOWEVER, SATELLITES ARE CAPABLE OF MOST EVERY CONCEIVABLE
‘AUDIBLE / VISUAL’ RADIO WAVE, ELECTROMAGNETIC, RADAR AND
LASER TYPE TRANSMISSIONS IMAGINABLE.
FOR A BROADER SPECTRUM OF THE SAME (WITH THE POLITICS),
REFER BACK TO WWW.ROB-PROFILE.COM.
AS MY FAMILY AS EXPERIENCED, THE ISSUES ARE THE EXTREME
ABUSE, SECURITY BREACHES AND “INTO WHOSE HANDS THIS
TECHNOLOGY HAS FALLEN INTO”.
CONGRESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND FEDERAL GUIDELINES ARE
NECESSARY FOR OUR SURVIVAL.
THANK YOU,
Bob Butner
May 24, 2007
EDITED JULY 2007

Microwave Surveillance from Commercial Satellites


1.0 Summary of Critical Points

1.1 Microwave Surveillance techniques have been in use for


over fifty years.

1.2 As a result of the deployment of commercial


communications satellites around the globe since the 1970’s
Microwave Surveillance from space has been conducted by
governmental agencies and corporate entities against
unsuspecting citizens without any governmental oversight
whatsoever.

1.3 The effects of human exposure to elevated levels of


microwave radiation range from discomfort to death- an
effect called Electronarcosis.
1.4 Sufficient information about Microwave Surveillance is
available that any citizen or organization desiring an
understanding of this technology and its effects will find
public source documentation, which covers most aspects of
the technology’s use and abuse.

1.5 Reporting criminal misuse of Microwave Surveillance


techniques is virtually impossible because of poor
information transfer within the law enforcement
community, lack of training on the part of law enforcement
professionals, and, all too often, bad attitudes.

2.0 Statement of Problems to be Resolved

2.1 Would the United States Congress have the people that they
are elected to serve believe that they are too busy to develop
cognizance about Microwave Surveillance technology when
a portion of each year’s federal budget is directed toward
the acquisition of new equipment from this technology
area? Solution- make the U.S. Congress aware of the
problems and potentials.

2.2 Would the United States Department of Justice have the


people that they are sworn to serve and protect believe that
they are too busy to develop any sort of understanding
about a technology which is documented in their own
literature and deployed by Special Agents on their payroll?
Solution- help the United States Department of Justice to
gain a broader awareness of the problems and potentials.

2.3 With the incredible tracking capability of space-based Microwave


Surveillance technology, why is Osama bin Laden still so elusive?
Solution- start by solving problems 2.1 and 2.2.

3.0 Commercial Communications Satellites for Microwave


Surveillance
(Copied verbatim from the World of Satellite TV, Ninth Edition,
Chapter1 (pp. 9-18), by Mark Long, The Book Publishing
Company, Summertown, Tennessee, July, 1998)

In October of 1945, a gifted science and science fiction writer


proposed the extraordinary idea of using stationary satellites to
beam television and other communications signals around the
world. Arthur C. Clarke (2001: A Space Odyssey, Rendevous
with Rama, The Hammer of God, etc.) reasoned that if a satellite
were positioned high enough above the Earth’s equator, its orbit
could be matched by the rotation of the Earth. The satellite
would then appear to be fixed in one particular spot in the sky.
Because a satellite’s orbital speed varies with its distance from the
Earth, a “geostationary” orbit is only possible directly above the
equator, in a narrow belt about 22,300 miles out. Although it took
the technology a while to catch up with his simple but elegant
concept, today there are hundreds of satellites taking advantage of
his original thinking. In recognition of his pioneering vision, this
band of outer space” real estate” is called the Clarke Orbit.

In 1965, the Early Bird satellite became the world’s first


commercial geostationary satellite. It could carry 240 telephone
communications circuits, or one television channel, at a time. On
June 2, 1965, Early Bird introduced live television across the
Atlantic Ocean. Early Bird was the first satellite to be owned and
operated by the International Telecommunication Satellite
Organization (INTELSAT).

First Canada, then the United States, and subsequently other


countries constructed their own geostationary satellite systems.
Each new satellite had greater capabilities, expanding our ideas of
the technically possible. As of early 1998, there were more than
150 domestic and international communications satellites in
geostationary orbit over the Earth’s equator.

3.1 Uplinks and Downlinks


Each satellite is both a receiver and a transmitter. First, the
ground station, also called the uplink, sends a signal to the
satellite. The satellite automatically changes the signals
frequency and retransmits it back to stations on the ground.
This second path is called the downlink. A satellite is much
like a broadcasting tower 22,300 miles high, an automatic
relay station that can transmit into a coverage area, which
encompasses up to 42.4 percent of the Earth’s surface.

Each satellite has a number of redundant modules, spare


components that can be switched into operation in the event
that any malfunction occurs. Ground control stations can
remotely switch in backup facilities in case of failure.

3.2 Satellite Transponders


Every communications satellite carries several channels,
called transponders, which process communications traffic.
Most satellites have sixteen or more transponders in
operation, each capable of transmitting one or more
television signals as well as thousands of simultaneous
telephone conversations.

The satellite frequency “bands” are located high above


those used by earth-bound TV channels. Sunspots or other
atmospheric conditions do not affect these super-high
frequencies; satellites therefore, provide extremely reliable
communications coverage 24 hours a day.

Operating at frequencies of several billion cycles per


second, or Gigahertz (GHZ), the region’s satellites relay
communications via two distinct communications bands.
North America’s high-power services use frequencies
ranging from 12.2 to 12.7 GHZ. A few operators using
medium-power satellites use adjacent frequencies from 11.7
to 12.2 GHZ. The entire frequency spectrum from 10.7 to
12.75 GHZ is commonly called the “Ku” band. Throughout
the Americas, numerous other satellites are available that
operate within a lower frequency spectrum ranging from
3.7 to 4.2 GHZ (the frequency of observed Microwave
Surveillance operations). This frequency range is known as
the “C” band.

3.3 Footprints to Surveillance


The satellite’s transmission area covers a certain part of the
Earth’s surface, called a footprint. An agency, such as the
Florida Public Service Commission, (TYPICAL) with access
to a satellite’s operating codes can “commandeer” the
services of one of the satellite’s transponders and conduct
surveillance of a targeted individual and intercept all
conversations and sounds within the surroundings of this
individual.

Then-Senator, later Secretary of Defense, William S. Cohen


makes reference to this capability in his book One-Eyed
Kings.

(The National Security Agency is) charged with


intercepting and interpreting signals intelligence,
which ranges from radio and electronic signals
emitted during Soviet and Chinese missile tests to
conversations taking place in (the Soviet Premier’s)
dacha, limousine, or bathroom. Satellites deep in
space listen as if they were on an old-fashioned party
line. (p.44)

A subsequent passage refers to GLOWWORM, which


allows individuals to be tracked “under ground, under
water, anywhere”. This writer has three gold bridges, each
of which is at least three centimeters long. So long as the
wavelength of the transmitted signal is shorter than the
targeted object, which in this case it is, the signal will
bounce back to the sender like a radar image.

3.4 Surveillance to Terrorism


Building from the definition for “radar”- radio for direction
and ranging- the radio signal beamed as the downlink from
a satellite transponder functions as radar picking up the
much denser gold bridges. This writer’s travels have been
followed from Toronto, Ontario down to San Juan, Puerto
Rico and all points in between, including underground
travel on the Metro subway system in Washington, D.C.
and an American Airlines flight to Puerto Rico.
GLOWWORM indeed!
Following are quotes taken from an Internet article written
by Julianne McKinney, Director of the Electronic
Surveillance Project of the Association of National Security
Alumni, titled “Microwaves and Mind Control”.

Externally induced auditory input could be achieved


by means of pulsed microwave audiograms, or
analogs of spoken word sounds. The effect on the
receiving end is the (schizophrenic) sensation of
“hearing” voices, which are no part of the recipients
own thought processes.

Such a device has obvious applications in covert


operations designed to drive a target crazy with
“voices”.

Tracking a target with a satellite-based communication


signal, capturing the sounds in the targeted individuals
environment, and terrorism via the transmission of “voices”
from the ground control station across 44,600 miles of space
into the head of the targeted individual create a starting
point for understanding the danger of covert Microwave
Surveillance operations.

4.0 Electronarcosis and Signals Interception


One way that Electronarcosis effects are produced is
through the raising of the temperature of the targeted
individual. When water molecules are heated, the body
temperature rises. Between 105 and 107 degrees Fahrenheit
the targeted individual will experience a seizure- at 109
degrees, death occurs.

About a half a second after ‘One’, I felt a warm spot


on my back. A millisecond later the heat intensified
dramatically, as though someone were pressing a
burner on my back. I expected to hear sizzling, to
smell burning flesh. The pain exploded to the point
where I was no longer actually thinking, and I
certainly wasn’t in any control of my reactions. . . I
had lasted about two seconds.

The above quote is taken from “Shoot to not kill”, Popular


Science, 5/03. This passage describes the author’s reaction
to being targeted by the Active Denial System, a HUMVEE
configured with a microwave transceiver and a parabolic
transmission dish on its roof. Transmitting at 98 Gigahertz
(GHZ), the unit will beam a focused beam of microwave
radiation used to disperse crowds. The same painful effect
is felt by an individual targeted by a microwave satellite
transmission generated in the range of 3.7 to 4.2 GHZ, C-
Band satellite operations.

The other way that Electronarcosis works is through the


disruption of brainwave functioning by overloading the
electrochemical operation of the brain with a steady,
elevated level of microwave radiation. A victim will
experience disorientation, vertigo, and nausea.
(EXTREME SLEEP DEPRIVATION ALSO)
In preparing the magazine article “Wonder Weapons”,
Newsweek, July 7, 1997, pp. 38-46, written by Mr. Douglas
Pasternak talked to more than 70 experts and scoured
biomedical journals, contracts, budgets, and research
proposals. Two segments below, taken from that article,
echo the painful, debilitating effect that can be induced by a
focused beam of microwave radiation.

Typical of some of the more exotic projects are those


from Clay Easterly. Last December, Easterly- who
works at the Health Sciences Research Division of the
Oak Ridge National Laboratory- briefed the Marine
Corps on work he has done for the National Institute
of Justice, which does research on crime control. One
of the projects he suggested was an electromagnetic
gun that would induce “epileptic-like seizures.”
Another was a “thermal gun” that would have the
operational effect of heating the body 105 to 107
degrees Fahrenheit. Such effects would bring on
discomfort, fevers, or even death.
Mission Research Corp. of Albuquerque, N.M., has
used a computer to study the ability of microwaves to
stimulate the body’s peripheral nervous system. “If
sufficient peripheral nerves fire, then the body shuts
down to further stimulus, producing the so-called
stun effect,” an abstract states.

Signals Interception of brain wave activity is one of the


most fascinating and, interestingly, unmentioned
characteristics of Microwave Surveillance operations. This
ability to capture and record the images generated in the
Visual Cortex and the sounds of a person’s inner dialogue
has wonderful potential in the fields of Sleep Research,
Psychotherapy, and Criminal Investigation. The
measurement of brain waves, Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Theta,
by Electroencephalography (EEG) is an accepted practice
around the world. The capturing, on-screen presentation,
and recording of mental images and dialogue intercepted by
a focused beam of microwave radiation, even a beam
bounced off a satellite 22,300 miles above the equator, is a
capability whose broader introduction and use is retarded
by a misshapen assessment of the security status of the
United States of America and gross mismanagement of
information.
(VISUAL TRANSMISSION CAPABILITY ALSO)
If the weak personalities at the Florida Public Service
Commission (TYPICAL) can not only have cognizance but
also criminally abuse this technology, why not let the rest of
the world in on this once-secret technology. This will allow
the Federal Bureau of Investigation to be publicly
knowledgeable, enabling this writer to report, and
ultimately see closed, a broad-based criminal conspiracy in
the government of the State of Florida - (TYPICAL.

5.0 Microwave Surveillance and the Law


Information can be readily compiled from public sources and the
provisions of USCA, Title 18, Chapter 119 allow government,
through the authorization of a cognizant court, to utilize multiple
avenues toward the assurance of an effective demonstration. Mr.
Larry Fullerton of Huntsville, Alabama is developing equipment
in this area and might serve as a source of expert testimony. Mr.
Steve Paine of Illinois Valley Community College was involved
with the development of Microwave Surveillance equipment when
he worked for Hughes Electronics. Jane’s Defense Publications
conducts seminars on this and other Non-Lethal (Variable
Lethality) Technologies, which feature speakers from the
Missouri State Police, U.S. Justice Department, and the U.S.
Marine Corps.

The Tenth Judicial Circuit in Oregon has considered a


comparable technology, FLIR or Forward Looking Infrared
Radar. FLIR detects even the tiniest differences in temperature
and enables its user to detect what is happening inside buildings,
by more or less looking through the walls themselves. Some
federal courts have ruled that government agents should be able
to scan subjects without a warrant because all that is detected is
“waste heat.” The Tenth Circuit, however, has raised questions
about the new technologies, including FLIR. The Court threw out
a case in which agents had used FLIR to locate marijuana by
detecting the heat of artificial lamps used to grow the plants.

To hold otherwise would leave the privacy of the home at


the mercy of government’s ability to exploit technological
advances: the government could always argue that an
individual’s failure (or inability) to ward off the incursions
of the latest scientific innovation forfeits the protection of
the Fourth Amendment. The government would allow the
privacy of the home to hinge upon the outcome of a
technological measure/counter-measure between the
average citizen and the government, a race, we expect, that
the people would surely lose.

This decision was upheld in the U.S. Supreme Court by a 5-4


decision. Conservative Justice Antonin Scalia wrote for the
majority that the court could not cast away the Florence, OR,
man’s Fourth Amendment protections against illegal searches to
allow police to use “sense-enhancing technology.” “Any evidence
obtained from the interior of someone’s home, which could not
have been gathered legally by a physical intrusion, constitutes a
search,” he wrote. “That’s especially true,” he said, “when the
technology is not in general public use.”

Once the Court system is allowed to consider Microwave


Surveillance, a comparable determination will undoubtedly
follow.

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