January 15, 2009

Israel Uses Exotic, Experimental Weapons

The Israeli use of exotic, experimental DIME* weapons is goulish. While not 100% confirmed, a Norwegian doctor reports strange looking mutilations.

According to Dr. Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor who worked at Al Shifa hospital in Gaza during the Israeli assault,

The muscles are sort of split from the bones, hanging loose. And you also have quite severe burns where this energy wave has hit.

This is corroborated in an article entitled, Israel Tests New Highly Lethal, Cancer-Causing Tungsten Bomb in Gaza.

This is shown in the photo to the right from a different source (RaiNews).

Gilbert continues,

The additional effect in animal studies on the DIME weapon is that the residuals in the muscle in mice will cause a very severe form of muscle cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma, which easily spreads to the lungs.

The DIME weapon was used in Gaza in July and August 2006: Italian TV Exposes Experimental IDF Use of U.S. Weapon Which Severs and Burns Limbs Below Genitals.

Abstract describing DIME [1].

* DIME: Dense Inert Metal Explosives. Developed by the US Air Force in 2006, they release intense power in a relatively confined area without shrapnel. They were developed under the banner of "limiting collateral damage". The physical mutilations result from what is like an intense, localized energy wave that shreds tissue.

According to a US military web site,

the projectile comprises a carbon-fiber casing filled with tungsten powder and explosives. In the explosion, tungsten particles - a metal capable of conducting very high temperatures - spread over a radius of four meters [12 feet] and cause death.
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Sources:

1. Internet FAQ Archives, USAF, Aerojet look for damage limitation from their version of M1 HE 105 mm shell, Gibson, Neil, Jane's International Defense Review, 2006.

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4 comments:

libhom said...

That picture makes me wish I could end the Gaza assault yesterday. Of course, it reminds me of pics that make me wish I could do the same with the war on Iraq.

GDAEman said...

Yes, pictures can be powerful

readingnerd said...

This disgusted me in a way that I have not been disgusted for a very long time (and that is saying a lot). What makes it worse is that there are few people who will admit to knowing about these atrocities. Few people who will openly say - WTF is happening here?

I'm hoping and praying that our new President changes our foreign policy with regards to Israel...

If not, then how long can we continue to support genocide without it backfiring on us?

GDAEman said...

Readingnerd, That says a lot coming from you. I had a similar reaction... truly otherworldly...

If we don't hold Israel accountable, this marks a turning point toward the unraveling of civilization.