VOICES: Radar station on Kaua‘i a missile-attractant

A radar station on Kaua‘i will only attract a Chinese missile.

The U.S. conversion to solar power led by President Biden will lower global warming, save our coral and dependent species like the Hawaiian green sea turtle, boost the U.S. economy and improve cordial relationships with China and Russia, which want to work with the U.S. to stop global warming.

Peter Thompson, United Nations special envoy for the ocean, reports we must convert to solar power to reverse coral bleaching.

America’s fossil-fuel burning is leading the world to drive up the temperature of the atmosphere. This heats up the upper layer of the ocean, killing our world’s coral. Also, excess C02 in the atmosphere enters the ocean, making the upper layer of the ocean more acidic, which also kills coral.

“The third global-bleaching event, from 2014 to 2017, brought mass bleaching-level heat stress to more than 75 percent of global reefs; nearly 30 percent also suffered mortality level stress. This bleaching event was the longest, most widespread and most destructive on record,” Thompson reported.

Coral reefs contain 30% of the world’s biodiversity. Other dependent species like Hawaiian green sea turtles may perish with the coral as the U.S. continues to gas-guzzle.

Converting to solar power and to electric vehicles will create a huge boost in the American economy.

Working with China to convert the world to solar power will help relieve the tension created by the Chinese arsenal of “carrier-destroyer” missiles designed for one, single, worst-case scenario: Russia and China working as a team to simultaneously annihilate the U.S. Pacific Navy.

Biden’s diplomacy with China is much wiser than building an anti-missile radar station on Kaua‘i, the electromagnetic radiation from which will damage human and animal life on Kaua‘i, reports Dr. Gordon LaBedz, M.D., in The Garden Island, Sunday, March 28. This electromagnetic radiation will reduce the brain’s electroencephalographic (EEG) brainwave coherence score.

A higher EEG coherence or synchrony score means the person has sharper memory, higher intelligence, higher IQ, higher ethical and moral reasoning scores, fewer health problems and a longer life span. So why would Kaua‘i want a radar station creating stressed brains by lowering our EEG synchrony scores, which would lower our intelligence and IQ scores, make us sick, and which is also correlated to higher military and teen suicide rates?

Furthermore, Paulo Tambolo pointed out in the same The Garden Island issue that China would send multiple decoy missiles until a missile warhead pierces through. This suggests this missile would destroy not only the radar station and the entire Barking Sands missile base, but also adjacent Kaua‘i civilians.

In the Bible, Matthew 23 scribes Jesus’ second commandment: “Thou shalt love thy neighbor (China) as thyself” is the only way to stop China from using its arsenal of carrier-killer missiles against the U.S. and Kaua‘i.

A radar station on Kaua‘i will only attract a Chinese missile to destroy it, with collateral damage.

Therefore, supporting President Biden’s plan to work with China diplomatically will lead the world to convert to solar power, save our nation’s economy, reduce military tensions and save the world’s coral.

Felicia Cowden’s trip to Russia helps make Russia friends with Kaua‘i so they won’t want to cooperate with China in a carrier missile attack on Hawai‘i.

Germany student Felix Finkbeiner‘s plan is to plant one trillion trees to soak up the excess C02 in the atmosphere created by fossil-fuel burning, and which is contributing to coral bleaching. A mature tree absorbs carbon dioxide at a rate of 48 pounds per year.

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Will Davis is a resident of Lihu‘e.

4 Comments
  1. Paulo Tambolo April 11, 2021 9:50 am Reply

    Thanks to Will Davis for his reasons for not having the military radar missile interceptor. Many of us have plenty of them including more radar blasting from PMRF 24/7, but I did not specify China sending nuclear missiles to us. It could be any of number of countries, North Korea, Russia, etc.

    As has been pointed out, this interceptor would probably be outdated by the time the 85 foot behemoth is ready to blast out radar. Incoming hypersonic missiles are fast and low so very well could be missed by the interceptor. I did say, scary as this is, if an incoming missile were spotted it likely would come with decoys and multiple warheads. The likelihood of hitting even one is unlikely, 2 or more incoming with decoys about impossible.


  2. Will Davis April 11, 2021 6:33 pm Reply

    “Recent advances in the effects of microwave radiation on brains, published in Military Medical Research, 2017, reports, “radar microwave radiation leads to a decreased reaction time and lower short-term memory performance [18]…People exposed to military microwave sources were more vulnerable to brain tumors. Richter et al. [21, 22] found a higher incidence of brain cancer in radar technicians and a shortened incubation period (i.e., less than 10 years). Szmigielski [23] collected retrospective data for Polish soldiers over 15 years and showed that the prevalence of brain cancer was higher in each age group.”

    Reference: https://mmrjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40779-017-0139-0


  3. Will Davis April 11, 2021 6:36 pm Reply

    Kauai’s very brilliant and ethical political leader, Gary Hooser wrote in The Garden Island, March 24, 2021 that the proposed anti-missile radar station
    for Kauai is a very bad idea. He said
    “Last year the Pentagon itself actually attempted to defund the $1.9-billion Homeland Defense Radar – Hawai‘i project. According to the widely-read publication Defense News, Missile Defense Agency Director Vice Adm. Jon Hill said “that the agency decided to hit the brakes on its plans to set up the radars in the Pacific, instead are planning to take a new look at the sensor architecture in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command region.”

    Hill also indicated that the region was already protected by “…forward-deployed AN/TPY-2 radar in Hawai‘i as well as the deployable Sea-Based X-Band radar. Additionally, Aegis ships with their radars are mobile and can be repositioned as needed to address threats in the near term.”

    “Yet, over the summer, the Hawaiian radar gained traction in Congress via funding support in the House Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee’s version of the FY21 defense-spending bill and the Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the defense-policy bill.” Defense News reported.
    Bottom line: This project is driven by politics and pork.”


  4. Will Davis April 12, 2021 1:43 pm Reply

    Brainwave EEG synchrony is like smooth, harmonious, peaceful ocean waves. Brainwave EEG synchrony is also like a group of dolphins swimming in tandem, and jumping up and down, in perfect tandem, diving in perfect tandem. A stressed brain like that of PTSD teen or PTSD military soldier or PTSD Vet, or military radar technician working at a radar station is like chaotic ocean waves.
    Please see 380 studies showing all the healthy benefits of having a brain that is EEG synchronous:
    https://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/component/content/category/13-research.html

    “Recent advances in the effects of microwave radiation on brains, published in Military Medical Research, 2017, reports, “radar microwave radiation leads to a decreased reaction time and lower short-term memory performance [18]…People exposed to military microwave sources were more vulnerable to brain tumors. Richter et al. [21, 22] found a higher incidence of brain cancer in radar technicians and a shortened incubation period (i.e., less than 10 years). Szmigielski [23] collected retrospective data for Polish soldiers over 15 years and showed that the prevalence of brain cancer was higher in each age group.”
    Reference: https://mmrjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40779-017-0139-0

    Furthermore, Kauai’s very brilliant and ethical political leader, Gary Hooser wrote in The Garden Island, March 24, 2021 that the proposed anti-missile radar station
    for Kauai is a very bad idea. He said
    “Last year the Pentagon itself actually attempted to defund the $1.9-billion Homeland Defense Radar – Hawai‘i project. According to the widely-read publication Defense News, Missile Defense Agency Director Vice Adm. Jon Hill said “that the agency decided to hit the brakes on its plans to set up the radars in the Pacific, instead are planning to take a new look at the sensor architecture in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command region.”

    Hill also indicated that the region was already protected by “…forward-deployed AN/TPY-2 radar in Hawai‘i as well as the deployable Sea-Based X-Band radar. Additionally, Aegis ships with their radars are mobile and can be repositioned as needed to address threats in the near term.”

    “Yet, over the summer, the Hawaiian radar gained traction in Congress via funding support in the House Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee’s version of the FY21 defense-spending bill and the Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the defense-policy bill.” Defense News reported.
    Bottom line: This project is driven by politics and pork.”

    Reference: https://www.thegardenisland.com/2021/03/24/opinion/hooser-hawaii-based-defense-radar-a-bad-idea/


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