You know, when biological and chemical warfare agents first emerged people around the world had to wait for an official convention to ban such weapons of mass destruction. Directed energy weapons (despite falling under certain protective legislative parameters like bans/treaties) will be used indiscriminately and undergo the same process of emergence and proliferation. DEWs will end up in medicine, agriculture, public safety, civilian tech, etc. The weaponization of the electromagnetic spectrum is a component of a full-spectrum dominance military doctrine.
It matters not who's behind a directed energy attack, your concern should be that directed energy weapons exist. This kind of technology ushers in a new phase of warfare. Invisible and minimally-invasive weaponry will be used against humanity. Forget about the abstract and tribal entities, Mossad, China, Russia, US, etc; DEWs threaten all forms of life on planet earth. And the barbaric dialectical justification (they have a bomb, now we need a bomb) for the development and deployment of DEWs will have the corporate-military edifice lock-stepping with the global technocratic control grid.
The Space Fence is a second-generation space surveillance system currently being built by the US Air Force in order to track artificial satellites and space debris in Earth orbit. Contracts were issued for development and construction in 2014, and the Space Fence is expected to be operational in 2019.
Construction is underway on Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands to build Space Fence, a sophisticated system that will dramatically improve the way the U.S. Air Force identifies and tracks objects in space.
With critical design review completed, the Space Fence team is focused on production of technology that will bring the system online. Space Fence will use Gallium Nitride (GaN) powered S-band ground-based radars to provide the Air Force with uncued detection, tracking and accurate measurement of space objects, primarily in low-earth orbit. Lockheed Martin engineers and U.S. Air Force personnel are testing and training on a scaled-down version of the system in Moorestown NJ known as the Integration test Bed. The ITB provides the operational context to integrate and test end-item hardware and software prior to installation in the new Space Fence facility on Kwajalein.
The locations and higher wave frequency of the new Space Fence radars will permit the detection of much smaller microsatellites and debris than current systems. Additionally, Lockheed Martin’s Space Fence design will significantly improve the timeliness with which operators can detect space events, which could present potential threats to GPS satellites or the International Space Station. The flexibility and sensitivity of the system will provide coverage of deep space geosynchronous orbits while maintaining the surveillance fence.
Lockheed Martin looks forward to supporting the Air Force on the first Space Fence, as well as the future second site planned to go online in 2021.
https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/pr ... fence.html
^Space Fence will look inward too, it's not just an out-ward facing surveillance system. Remember, NSA's project Thin-Thread started out as a foreign communications analysis system, but it eventually became a duel use program. Space Fence will monitor terrestrial activities.
What about the data, can we sort through it? Quantum computers will usher in a new era for situational awareness applications, quantum computing will be more than capable of analyzing and storing spatial or extra-dimensional information fields. And the (i)nternet (o)f (t)hings will help this sophisticated information control apparatus establish a data-driven feedback loop system which can collect cybernetic inputs/outputs.