It has only been a matter of weeks since Americans were thrust into a new paranoia over the ways in which our international adversaries are secretly spying on us, thanks to a Chinese spy balloon and the subsequent frenzy of UFO’s that were shot down by the US military.
The spy device, (which was the only one several downed objects to be recovered), was loaded with a number of high tech monitoring devices and transmission equipment believed to be sending information back to Beijing…perhaps in real-time.
Now, just the news of the balloon has begun to fade from memory, an unexpected light show over Hawaii has some wondering if China might be secretly using their above-board programs with an ulterior purpose.
CHINA used green lasers fired from satellites to gather intelligence for a surprise hypersonic missile attack on Hawaii, it has been warned.
The satellite was recorded flashing lasers for a fraction of a second by a livestream camera attached to a telescope on top of a mountain on one of the islands.
Initially the lights were thought to come from a NASA satellite before it was finally established it was a Chinese pollution monitoring satellite the Daqi-1.
But questions immediately began to be raised about why the Chinese would feel it necessary to monitor pollution in Hawaii, given the large US military presence there.
Experts were concerned.
Rick Fisher, an expert on China’s military at the International Assessment and Strategy Center, said the satellite is “a classic case of a Chinese dual use” of civilian technology that also serves military missions.
“The Daqi-1’s lasers specifically monitor the density of the atmosphere and can detect different wind directions,” he told The Sun Online.
“This is precisely the data required for China to accurately target small multiple reentry vehicle nuclear warheads or more recent Hypersonic Glide Vehicle warheads.
“HGV warheads seek to exploit low trajectories that are also low altitude and thus are very vulnerable to adverse weather conditions, necessitating the weather data precision that would be available from laser measurements.”
China has been strengthening its ties with other authoritarian nations of late, including Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia, sparking fears that some new global conflict could be coming over the horizon.
Video of the strange laser scans can be seen below.
Apparently, back in January, China was shooting lasers down on Hawaii. pic.twitter.com/GBuy2LS8hC
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