LFAS Danger To
Transatmospheric Life
Forms Including 'Rods'?
Cheryl A. Magill, Coordinator <>
Stop LFAS Worldwide Network
Transatmospheric life forms exist in both water and air. And yesterday evening, March 2nd, when a discussion about recent USO activity crept into a conversation on Dr. Bob Hieronimus's radio program on 21st Century Radio; listeners in the New York City area had a chance to hear a detailed discussion about the possible adverse influences of a new technology which could potentially harm transatmospheric life forms. This new technology is called Low Frequency Active Sonar (LFAS).
James A. Peters, a Rods investigator/researcher, volunteered information about those life forms which exist in both water and air. After the interview, Jim explained his comments this way,
"Some birds dive in the water to capture prey. Pelicans, seagulls are examples. Flying fish and flying squid glide out of the water to escape predators. Water bugs live a great portion of their life in water but are capable of flying to another pond or river."
When asked if Rods are transatmospheric life forms, Jim replied, "Yes, we have tape of a Rod flying out of the ocean and of a National Geographic documentary that accidentally caught Rods entering the ocean from the air."
Finally, I asked Jim, "Is there any way to predict whether or not Rods would absorb the pressure waves of underwater sound or what type of influence this could have on them?"
"Not knowing anything about their capability of hearing sound, I can't speculate on damage to them along those lines. Physical damage to their body in other ways would probably be minimal unless they had a pocket of air held in their body while underwater. Depends on the source. But the body tissue density will be closer to water than it will be to air. So the physical damage to the body as a whole will be minimal unless it has air trapped in its body."
LFAS is a powerful underwater sound; an intense wave in a sustained vibratory tone which carries great distances underwater. There is unrest over this controversial technology on the radio talk show circuit. On February 29th on an Internet Radio Broadcast, Jeff Rense of the Sightings Program verified with Attorney Lanny Sinkin that a lawsuit had been filed. Chiefly, this legal action takes exception to the senseless harm that will be done to marine life through the introduction of Low Frequency Active Sonar (LFAS); which is quite possibly the most powerful manmade sound on the planet, and which would blast ocean habitats. In addition to its urge for compassion through common sense, the lawsuit alleges that prior to completion of an Environmental Impact Statement, the Navy has illegally spent more than $350 million preparing to deploy the LFAS system in 80% of the world's oceans. The suit challenges the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) prepared by the Navy because the DEIS omitted facts, manipulated data and failed to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act and other legal requirements.
And how did the Navy's DEIS for SURTASS LFA Sonar address the issue of transatmospheric life forms? It didn't.
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