Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven National Laboratory, located in vicinity of the Montauk Airforce Station, is known as a place of mysterious events connected to Project Phoenix and
the preparation of the Philadelphia Experiment. Founded in World War II, it was the place of the first scientific accelerator and a radar laboratory. Nowadays, BNL
is known for weather radar work and - in conjunction with the Phoenix Project - as a place of secret weapon developement, which allegedly caused the crash of both the
TWA 800 flight and the crash of JFK, jr.
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For example, knowing what we have reported in the previous articles about the The Philadelphia
Experiment, The Montauk Facility, Project Phoenix, and finally the Brookhaven Relativistic Heavy
Ion Collider RHIC particle beam generator, it is interesting to see other patterns develop, and
that is the changing and rearranging of names, places, and key figures dealing with all things that
can be found in the Block Island Triangle.
RUMOR MILL NEWS AGENCY, July 12, 2000
They asked if I stood by my assertion that Brookhaven National
Laboratories had something to do with the crash
of JFK, Jr's airplane. I told them yes.
The night JFK, Jr. died, Brookhaven was conducting an experiment
that scientists from around the world had
begged them not to conduct. Other physicists were afraid that the
experiment could cause perterbations in the
universe that might even destroy the entire universe.
Testing equipment ??
"In answer to your question, I believe we detected more than expected. Am sending a graph indicating an unusual
signal from 2.05 to 2.2 hertz during the time in question. The signal was of the largest amplitude from 01:49 until
02:10. If you look closely, you will see that at exactly 02:00 UTC there is a very intense spike. Could this be a
MICROWAVE RADIATION OVER BROOKHAVEN 6/23/00
THE CAMELOT KILLINGS - BNL involved in JFK jr killing ?
"THIS NEXT RING I FOUND AS I WAS LOOKIN
ON THE ABOVE SERVER FOR THE MISSING
RADAR --ITS FROM EARLIER FRIDAY 7/16
KINDA LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE WAS TESTING SOMETHING"
Ramsey: I then returned to Columbia with Rabi to get our physics experiments started there. We also helped establish Brookhaven National Laboratory, which we wanted. Rabi and I were essentially the inventors of that laboratory. After a year or so at Columbia I became head of the physics department at Brookhaven for around six months: half-time. I was also a professor at Columbia, then I was lured to Harvard, and I have been
here since 1947.
Biography of ISIDOR ISAAC RABI
In 1940 he was granted leave from Columbia to work as
Associate Director of the Radiation Laboratory at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the development of
radar and the atomic bomb. In 1945 he returned to Columbia
as executive officer of the Physics Department. In this
capacity he is also concerned with the Brookhaven National
Laboratory for Atomic Research, Long Island, an organization
devoted to research into the peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Brookhaven National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary, fundamental research laboratory. Research in the life sciences is conducted
in the Departments of Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Medicine, whose strong programs, characterized by many
interdisciplinary collaborations in long-range basic, biological, and environmental problems assist the U.S. Department of Energy
(DOE) with its decision-making.
Around 1947 it was decided to re-activate the project and it was moved to Brookhaven
National Laboratories with Dr. John Von Neumann and his associates. Out of
Phoenix I came Stealth technology. It also produced all sorts of energetic
little toys like the radiosonde.