Robert Baker on HFGW Remote Imaging & Surveillance

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September 24th, 2012 Posted by AAG Filed in: Space

Dr. Robert Baker explores the possibility of utilizing a novel means of imaging to establish a system of surveillance that may allow for the observation in three-dimensions of activities within and below structures and within the Earth and its oceans. Applications of this technology include satellite-based surveillance systems to image subterranean weapons of mass destruction or WMDs, personnel of interest inside and behind buildings, deeply submerged submarines, hidden missiles and rockets, oil and mineral deposits, etc. as well as acoustical surveillance. Baker is regarded as the preeminent researcher in the field of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves, and this documentary showcases one of the many potential applications for this stunning 21st-century technology.

“The objective is to explore the possibility of utilizing a novel means of imaging to establish a system of surveillance — a system that may allow for the observation in three-dimensions of activities and materials within and below structures and within the Earth and its oceans. Gravitational waves, including high-frequency gravitational waves or HFGWs, pass through most material with little or no attenuation; but although they are not absorbed their polarization, phase velocity (causing refraction or bending of gravitational rays), backscatter, and/or other characteristics can be modified by a material object’s texture and internal structure. For example, the change in polarization of a GW passing through a material object is discussed in Misner, Thorne, and Wheeler (1973).” – Dr. Robert Baker