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Why Did 100 Douglas Firs 'Break'?

 
Grey Eagle

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02/12/2018 01:38 AM

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Re: Why Did 100 Douglas Firs 'Break'?
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Perhaps, I've seen alders 'explode' like that, but never a mature Douglas Fir nor Western Red Cedar for that matter...
 Quoting: Lancifer


I was thinking the same thing. The directed energy weapon (space weapon) doesn't seem to affect trees it only acts on steel brick and stuff like that. The fires in California left trees pretty much untouched.
 Quoting: belay


It is an odd episode for sure. Hence I can't stop pondering it. I can look out my window and see 600+ year old Douglas Firs and can't for the life of me figure out how they would suddenly snap at the base.
For those who do not live in this area, those trees are massive and ancient. If/when they snap it will be the upper portions only. They get topped periodically by the wind for certain. It is the place they snapped off on that that is weird. It doesn't make sense.
 Quoting: Lancifer


Maybe some device pre-weakened them. Then a concussion-impact (device?) knocked them over.

Just speculation, of course..

What the hell is powerful enough to snap many a huge Doug Fir right at its base? ...
 Quoting: Grey Eagle


An orbiting & fully-charged mega-capacitor? Or an assisting relay-satellite in orbit (re-directing a charge from Earth)?

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Re: Why Did 100 Douglas Firs 'Break'?
Microburst.

It's like a bomb going off.
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02/12/2018 01:53 AM
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Re: Why Did 100 Douglas Firs 'Break'?
Microburst.

It's like a bomb going off.
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The shear is pretty close to the base of the trees. Wouldn't a microburst be less focused?
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