This is video #4 in a series (which begins here). GIS stands for "geographic information systems," also referred to as GIScience -- a subdiscipline of geography within the branch of technical geography. Can GIS be electromagnetically weaponized?
See Video #7 below for the proposed development projects that would sit right where everything conveniently burned. Sasha Latypova writes: "Large areas right outside of Lahaina appear to be proposed developments, which likely were opposed by the current residents and conveniently positioned to quickly get the go-ahead now that the opposition has been literally wiped off the map. Are those development plans linked to the Hawaiian government...?"
Video #7: The new “Village of Leiali” -- a multi-billion-dollar project proposed and owned by the state's Department of Hawaiian Homelands, will probably fly ahead now that old Lahaina is gone. Latypova: "Looks like the Hawaiian Homelands Department is going to move Hawaiians from the lands that they used to own to housing where the land is owned by the government."