Clip (0m25s) from episode #19 of the Reynolds Reveal
clip – matrixcutter transcript – Christoph Jung
25 June 2013
Dr. Morgan Reynolds: Dr. Wood, we’ve a-, you’ve addressed a number of things on 9/11 and I know, as I said earlier, that ‘toasted cars’ are of special interest, so let’s go there and talk ‘toasted cars’!
Dr. Judy Wood: Great! And why I like to call them ‘toasted cars’, not burnt cars, ’cause they’re not necessarily burned. We don’t know what happened to them, but we know they’re toast, they’re history, you know, you can’t fix it, gotta go get another one. It’s…, you know, it’s toast, it’s history. So that’s what I mean by ‘toasted cars’ and these…, these cars that looked to be going into spontaneous combustion, they just suddenly went in what looked to be flames. I’m not going to assume they’re flames. But this happened all around shortly after various events occurred and, you know, like the dust cloud rolls down from Tower One’s demise and then the cars lit up. And we know that timing, because the various fire fighters would say, you know, that the dust…, you know, it went up and blocked out 100% of the sunlight. You couldn’t see your hand in front of your face. But then, thank goodness, the car in front of ’em just lit up, ’cause then they could see where they were. So we know the cars, quote, ‘lit up’ right after the dust went, you know, blocked out the sunlight. Blocked it out for, you know, several minutes at least. So there’s this strange phenomenon that…, and it appeared to be fire, but, you know, hot things glow, but not everything that glows is hot. Plastic may not have been melted around, like, the window trim, yet the paint looked blistered up. Just strange things occurring, and…, and some as far as, you know, a quarter of a…, mile, or half a mile away were…, were seen going into spontaneous combustions. One thing kind of interesting with the car park: that instead of, like, somebody shooting a gun, it turns out, some police had extra bullets in his glove box and the bullets started exploding. It sounded like gunfire. That’s kind of interesting. So…, so this is a strange phenomenon. Next to the cars, you know, there’s trees that didn’t look burned at all. There’s paper that didn’t burn. There’s buildings that didn’t get toasted, just the vehicles. I’m not talking about absolutely every square inch of the whole city. I’m talking about there are pictures where the cars appear to go into spontaneous combustion and nothing around them. That’s weird. So what do we have that’s consistent with this? And you also notice, the tires go away, but when the wheel rim drops to the pavement, it seems to…, you know, to have stopped the effect, whatever it is, as though it was grounded then. You start thinking, yeah, cars are up on rubber tires, they’re grounded – I mean they’re NOT
grounded. It doesn’t mean not grounded at all, but they can build up a charge and not be able to discharge it fast enough. And there’s a similar thing when you look at the towers: the different distance from the top to the ground, yeah, it’s grounded, but it can build up a charge faster than it can discharge it. With the exception of, like, the TV-antenna, but you bet that was super grounded.
Dr. Reynolds: Can I ask a sideline – hold that thought – a sideline question? Motorcycles aren’t grounded to the extent cars are. Is that…, am I…, is my perception correct? Yeah, I was…, I was out there in a lightning storm, you know, so I’m saying, are…, is it…, it’s better to be in a car at that…, in that circumstance in terms of grounding, isn’t it?
Dr. Wood: Well, cars are further off the ground than the motorcycle is. But, you know, also, are you…, you know, are you in contact with the ground or not? I just wouldn’t want to be ridin’ in a…, in a thunderstorm.
Dr. Reynolds: Yes, yes, it…, that makes me uncomfortable. OK, well, go ahead, return to toasted cars!
Dr. Wood: Here’s another fun tidbit: remember that ambulance parked in front of the towers? That…, that survived and nothing else did?
Dr. Reynolds: Sure!
Dr. Wood: I’m willing to bet that when ambulances park, you know, if they’re going to be loading and unloading passengers who, you know, might have heart problems, they probably have a thingy that drops down to the ground, so it’s connected to the ground. And it may have been just enough to make…
Dr. Reynolds: Oh that may be, OK!
Dr. Wood: It could have made the difference. I’m just saying, it’s a possibility, and I do know that it’s part of the regulations for…, for ambulance design, the grounding issue, because of, you know, jumper cables or starting people’s hearts and so forth. So here we have this issue of grounding. So if the top of the towers, they’re the furthest away from the ground. They’re…, you know, they’re gonna be building up a charge faster than they can discharge, with exception of maybe the core columns, they’re so beefy, that they probably, you know, have better connection to the ground. So if there’s any part of that building that is gonna survive from being able to discharge fast, as fast as it’s building up the charge, wouldn’t you expect it to be the core columns?
Dr. Reynolds: Yeah.
Dr. Wood: Especially right next to the ground.
Dr. Reynolds: Hm-m. Anchored.
Dr. Wood: Right! And I wonder if that was the issue with the, you know, those remaining core columns that were about 700ft tall, that suddenly went poof, like after…, a…, you know, a delayed effect, when there was probably more charge available.
Dr. Reynolds: A delay.
Dr. Wood: Yup! This is just looking at observations. I had also asked John Hutchison, who can replicate every single one of these effects, if, when he is running his gizmo, if there’s some issue with grounding. He says: “Oh yeah!” This was before he knew what the evidence was that I was talking about. He said: “Yeah, things that aren’t grounded build up the charge faster and…, and you get effects, they get toasted.” So start applying that to the…, why tornadoes like trailer parks! They’re not as well grounded as regular, you know, houses. They don’t have big, sewer pipes and stuff going on. They are grounded, but not as…, as heavily grounded, so they can build up a charge faster than they can discharge. And like the…, the trailers last year in the…, in the Texas tornadoes, you know, a big metal box on rubber tires. And you don’t see, you know, dumpsters and stuff going up, you just see the truck…, truck trailers going up. So that seems to be a consistent thing. And, you know, you think of Moore, Oklahoma. If tornadoes have gone through there before, and there’s…, you don’t have basements on these houses, and they immediately rebuild, that it probably is something similar to that. And as well…, so understanding all of these…
Dr. Reynolds: What…, what…, what about conventional teaching or the establishment analysis of tornadoes? Is there…, are there…, is there something missing here that involves…, you’re…, you know, the static field and, you know, some kind of electromagnetic phenom or…
Dr. Wood: Right.
Dr. Reynolds: An interference that really underlies tornadoes that we don’t know about? Or really the public?
Dr. Wood: Yeah, they used to say, you know, a straw were to stick in trees, because of x, y and z, but they’ve realized, that doesn’t explain it. They don’t…, and so they shrug their shoulders now officially, in the official things.
But…, but now, looking at all these things we’ve…, we’ve looked at in common with, you know, what builds up a charge and if you… like the underground of the World Trade Center was not destroyed, I’m not saying zero damage, I’m saying it was not destroyed. It pretty much stopped at ground level. There’s something magical about that. Except for the…, the few outer Wheatchex* and the core columns sticking up.
Dr. Reynolds: Mm-mmh.
Dr. Wood: So it was, you know, just taken right down to the ground, but not below ground. You didn’t see dustification down in the basement, for the most part and…
Dr. Reynolds: Yeah.
Dr. Wood: All this is…, it’s consistent. So let’s back up here, now how does Hutchison do the…, the parallel evidence to all of this? In which he also finds that something not grounded well builds up a charge faster than it can discharge? What he does is create a static field and within that static field he interferes various radio frequency signals, for example microwave. Now, ok, let’s look at weather events. It’s normal in the Midwest to have storm systems moving through and get tornadoes, you know, “head to the southwest corner of your basement!”, right? ‘Cause that’s usually where it’s coming from. And…, and that’s been normal for aeons. But then suddenly in 2008, there was a sort of a step function in…, you started getting these supersized tornadoes and, you know…
Dr. Reynolds: Yeah!
Dr. Wood: Really superduper weather events. Well, if you normally have the storm system moving through the Midwest, you have a static field around the storm systems, you know, people say they can feel the storm coming, because of the different electricity in the air that they can sense and…
Dr. Reynolds: Mm-hmm.
Dr. Wood: If you have this static field and then it interferes with radio frequency signals, could be unintended consequences, but you’re fixin’ to mess up, something’s gonna happen. And television went from, you know, analog to the requirement to switch to digital, beginning I think it was February 2009. So the summer of 2008, they were finishing up putting in brand new radio frequency transmission towers, you know, for…, for the digital television. So here you have a step function of radio frequency transmission towers going up all over the place and you have the normal weather events in the Midwest, this, you know, storm system moving through, you’re…, you’re gonna have unintended consequences, it’s fixin’ to mess up. That deal in Beebe, Arkansas, where the birds fell out of the sky, they exhibited a lot of the similar effects, that…, you know, just something weird that happened there and the…, the…, the blob on the satellite image. I downloaded them. The blob didn’t move, even though the storm system was moving. So if there’s a radio signal trav-…, you know, traversing that zone, that…, where the…, the storm system moved through, and it was just the, you know, mixture, it probably would have, you know, would have had that effect in a certain volume of space for a certain length of time. The evidence is consistent with that. It’s not absolute proof, but the evidence is very consistent with that, and if that didn’t happen then, you know, it’s bound to happen at some point, because it’s a problem waiting to happen. Ok, now we come – drum roll! – to the final straw. So we had this static field around Manhattan on 9/11. We don’t know if it was used or how it was used, but there was a static field there, because we had thunder recorded at three major airports surrounding Manhattan -JFK, La Guardia and Newark airports – and there happened to be this hurricane just offshore.
Well, that’s inconvenient if you to have to have a hurricane there, if that’s what you’re using it for, to get a static field. Instead, now let’s think of…, instead of having a storm system produce the static field, what other kind of fields might you have everywhere? Smart meters. If you have smart meters, that…
Dr. Reynolds: OK, tell us what a smart meter is!
Dr. Wood: Uh, it…, we have…, we’re getting more and more wireless signals around. We’re getting, you know, cell phone, wireless and…, my router went belly up and I needed to get a new one. I went to…, to ChinaMart and they only had wireless ones. I wanted a wired one. And that’s…, it’s really getting hard to find wired…, wired-only equipment, that doesn’t put out wireless signals. And we’re filling the air with wireless signals, what on earth are we doin’? You know, that’s…, that’s making this…, so you don’t have to wait for a storm system to move through? You have, you know there’s…
Dr. Reynolds: So…
Dr. Wood: You’re charging the atmosphere with all sorts of signals, and if we know for a fact that if Hutchison can reproduce all these effects that happened on 9/11…, he can reproduce those in his lab by…, you know, his evidence is: produ-…, create a static field and within that, interfere various radio frequency signals and you get these weird effects. What are we doing to our environment? The…, the smart meters…
Dr. Reynolds: Wow!
Dr. Wood: The smart meters do that.
Dr. Reynolds: But give me the…, what is a smart meter? Is this connected or part of any wireless equipment?
Dr. Wood: Yeah, it’s…, oh, instead of your electric meter on your house wired to the electric company, you know, (…) it taps off the electric line that feeds your house. And they have a meter that shows how much electricity you’ve used and you get billed for it. Instead of coming out to your house to read the meter, they just read it back remotely, it sends a signal to the…, to the office.
Dr. Reynolds: OK, so it’s just one more of these wireless signal systems that’s out there.
Dr. Wood: Yeah, but it is interesting…
Dr. Reynolds: Is that right?
Dr. Wood: Right, but why are they requiring it on every house? And not just in the United States. In England now. And there’s somebody…, people who are very sensitive to the field effects from these wireless…, you know, ‘smart meters’, they call ’em, that they’ve moved out in the boondocks, you know, up on some mountain somewhere and they’ve been required at gunpoint to get a smart meter, so to the point they’ve… they have to say: “just unplug it! I don’t want a…, you know, electricity then, I’ll find some solar panels or something.” Why is it that important?
Dr. Reynolds: Hmmm, so that would suggest something nefarious, that were not just unanticipated consequences.
Dr. Wood: It…, it…, it needs some explaining that nobody seems to be looking at. And we know for a fact, what mixing these signals can do, so, you know…
Dr. Reynolds: Dangerous! Dangerous!
Dr. Wood: If it is unintended consequences, then accidentally somebody’s gonna dustify the whole planet? If that…, if it is unintended consequences, everybody better wise up and say: “Wait a minute! We…, we gotta look what we’re doing, before we do it!
Dr. Reynolds: Yeah! Yeah, you would think somebody would have thought about this in the engineering community earlier, huh? But Judy Wood is the pioneer.
Dr. Wood: Yeah, this is not a theory. This is…, you know, we…, here’s…, let’s look at the parallel evidence. Parallel evidence produced by John Hutchison. The reason why I looked through Hutchinson’s work is: I don’t have to rely on a textbook, you know, and…, and stories. Tesla died before I was born, I don’t…, I don’t…, so that’s a story. But Hutchison, I go to his lab. I went there. I watched. I, you know, experienced in my…, you know, in person, I know it exists. So that’s something in the here and now, that is demonstrated in front of me, so I know that this is a real effect. And so if you have a static field and interfere radio frequency signals within that static field, you’re fixin’ to mess up. And so smart meters all over the…, the country or the planet: you’re fixin’ to mess up, in a big way, in a really big way!
Dr. Reynolds: Free-energy of a destructive, uncontrolled kind, I gather, instead of a benign free-energy.
Dr. Wood: Well, oh! Let me, uh, add to that. The c-…, the title of my book, I…, that’s another distortion that…, that my detractors often say: “Oh, she said a free-energy device was used!” No, there’s evidence of what happened on 9/11, that energy was directed in such a way as to do what was done, but that energy being directed in that way, it could also be directed in a different way to put out good, to put out free-energy for people. So the…
Dr. Reynolds: Yeah!
Dr. Wood: The evidence shown on 9/11 is also a demonstration that free-energy technology exists.
Dr. Reynolds: It certainly is! Was. It…
Dr. Wood: It’s…, it’s however it’s used is the way… whatever you call it.
Dr. Reynolds: OK, I gather we are near the end of the Reynolds Reveal episode 19, is that correct? My…, the wall…
Dr. Wood: Yes.
Dr. Reynolds: The clock on the wall suggests it is.
Dr. Wood: Sorry we didn’t get back to Ryan, but hopefully we answered his questions.
Dr. Reynolds: If not, we’re gonna make another go at it in a month or so. I’m gonna have Dr. Judy Wood back on the Reynolds Reveal.
* see page 495 in “Where Did The Towers Go?” by Dr. Judy Wood :
“Wheatchex – Sets of three outer columns on the WTC towers, three stories tall, and connected by spandrel belts. These sections look like Wheatchex® cereal (or Shreddies® in the UK). I first heard this term used by Chip East.”
HYPERLINK “http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0111/video/ce8.mov” http:// digitaljournalist.org/issue0111/video/ce8.mov Clip of Chip East
HYPERLINK “http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0111/biggart_intro.htm” http:// digitaljournalist.org/issue0111/biggart_intro.htm Bill Biggart’s photograph of WTC3