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This one seemed to fit here Windy.


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Most excellant, thanks.
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[link to www.coasttocoastam.com]

In the first half of the program, investigative journalist William Thomas joined John B. Wells to reveal a correlation between chemtrails, electromagnetic radiation and human health. For some time now the military has been spreading barium in the sky in order to bounce military radio and radar beams, as well as HAARP, over the horizon
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Do chemtrails make us sick? Do they boost our immunity against biowarfare?

We could get sick during that process.
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"Occasionally other agents, such as liquid propane, have
been used. In recent years, some projects have also been applying hygroscopic materials (substances
which take up water from the air) as supplemental seeding agents."

hygroscopic materials;
H2SO4 - sulfuric acid
ZnSO4 - zinc sulfate
CaCl2 - Calcium Chloride
SiO2 - Silicon Dioxide
NaNO3 - inorganic salt from Nitric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide
CaSO4 - Calcium sulfate




The CRRES spacecraft arrived at the PHSF on March 23. Electrical
checks and functional testing of the spacecraft were completed on
April 20. During the first week of May, the canisters, designed for
releasing the chemicals in orbit, were loaded with their respective
elements and were placed aboard the spacecraft. There are eight
small and 16 large canisters which collectively contain the elements
barium, lithium, strontium and calcium.

On May 14, 3 days of spacecraft end-to-end compatability tests
were performed between the CRRES satellite at KSC and the Air Force
Consolidated Satellite Test Center (CSTC) in Sunnyvale, Calif. CSTC
will be the control center for the spacecraft during the mission.
Spacecraft commands, telemetry and data communications were
verified.
[link to www.nasa.gov]







[link to thomas.loc.gov]
107th CONGRESS
1st Session
H. R. 2977

(III) by expelling chemical or biological agents in the vicinity of a person.
(B) Such terms include exotic weapons systems such as--
(i) electronic, psychotronic, or information weapons;
(ii) chemtrails;
(iii) high altitude ultra low frequency weapons systems;
(iv) plasma, electromagnetic, sonic, or ultrasonic weapons;
(v) laser weapons systems;
(vi) strategic, theater, tactical, or extraterrestrial weapons; and
(vii) chemical, biological, environmental, climate, or tectonic weapons.


Coud Seeders

[link to www.owrb.ok.gov]

The plane has an alt of 31,500 w/payload.



[link to patft.uspto.gov]

[link to www.dtic.mil]

[link to www.dtic.mil]

[link to www.dtic.mil]

[link to www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil]

[link to www.lrc.usace.army.mil]

[link to nvlpubs.nist.gov]

[link to www.dnrec.delaware.gov]


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[link to www.youngstown.afrc.af.mil]

During the months of September and October 2005, the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas suffered from terrible circumstances resulting in the aftermath of Hurricane’s Katrina and Rita. Hundreds of thousands of people were displaced from their homes while entire communities were wiped away by the storms or resulting flood conditions that left prime breeding grounds for mosquitoes and filth flies. The potential for these bugs to spread disease among the population would have been very high had it not been for the aerial spray mission personnel from the 757th Airlift Squadron who deployed to Duke Field, Fla. to set up a base of operations in order to conduct aerial spray missions over Louisiana and Texas. When it was all said and done, the 757th aircrews had sprayed 2,880,662 acres, or 4,501 square miles an area equivalent in size to the state of Connecticut. Fourteen thousand gallons of the pesticide Dibrom® were used, costing FEMA $1.6 million. The missions comprised 191.4 hours of total flying time with 46.5 hours of actual Spray-On time flying at 150 feet above ground level. This was the largest aerial spray mission ever conducted.


About the pesticide. "NALED" aka Diborm

[link to www.wtv-zone.com]
[link to www.chem-tox.com]

Chromosome/Genetic Damage Evident in
Immune System Cells from Permethrin

SOURCE: Teratogenesis, Carcinogenesis, and Mutagenesis, 14:31-38, 1994

Researchers at the National Center of Sanidid Ambiental in Madrid Spain found that the pesticide permethrin (the type used in Brevard's Mosquito Truck Spray Program) was able to induce "structural chromosome aberrations" in human immune system cells as well as in the reproductive cells in laboratory animals. The chromosome damage became apparent after 2 hours of exposure at levels of 150-200 ug/ml (micrograms per milliliter). Chromosome damage was also detected at lower levels.

As stated by the researchers:

"The effect of permethrin seemed to be dose-dependent. Permethrin induced chromosome and chromatid-type aberrations. The highest frequency of chromosome aberrations, mainly chromosome-type, was induced by 100 ug/ml of permethrin in both cultures... Thus, we can say that permethrin is a clear clastogenic (genotoxic) agent in two different cell systems."

J. Muro, A. Martinez, A. Lopez, M. Diaz and R. Fernandez


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United States Patent 5,003,186
Chang , et al. March 26, 1991

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Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming


Abstract
A method is described for reducing atmospheric or global warming resulting from the presence of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere, i.e., from the greenhouse effect. Such gases are relatively transparent to sunshine, but absorb strongly the long-wavelength infrared radiation released by the earth. The method incudes the step of seeding the layer of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere with particles of materials characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity. Such materials include Welsbach materials and the oxides of metals which have high emissivity (and thus low reflectivities) in the visible and 8-12 micron infrared wavelength regions.


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Inventors: Chang; David B. (Tustin, CA), Shih; I-Fu (Los Alamitos, CA)
Assignee: Hughes Aircraft Company (Los Angeles, CA)

Appl. No.: 07/513,145
Filed: April 23, 1990

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Current U.S. Class: 250/505.1 ; 244/158.1; 250/503.1; 250/504R
Current International Class: A01G 15/00 (20060101); G21K 001/00 ()
Field of Search: 250/505.1,54R,503.1,493.1 244/136,158R



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References Cited [Referenced By]

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U.S. Patent Documents

3222675 December 1965 Schwartz
4755673 July 1988 Pollack et al.

Primary Examiner: Berman; Jack I.
Attorney, Agent or Firm: Sales; Michael W. Denson-Low; Wanda

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Claims

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What is claimed is:

1. A method of reducing atmospheric warming due to the greenhouse effect resulting from a layer of gases in the atmosphere which absorb strongly near infrared wavelength radiation, comprising the step of dispersing tiny particles of a material within the gases' layer, the particle material characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity or reflectivity, in that said material has high emissivities with respect to radiation in the visible and far infrared wavelength spectra, and low emissivity in the near infrared wavelength spectrum, whereby said tiny particles provide a means for converting infrared heat energy into far infrared radiation which is radiated into space.

2. The method of claim wherein said material comprises one or more of the oxides of metals.

3. The method of claim 1 wherein said material comprises aluminum oxide.

4. The method of claim 1 wherein said material comprises thorium oxide.

5. The method of claim 1 wherein said particles are dispersed by seeding the stratosphere with a quantity of said particles at altitudes in the range of seven to thirteen kilometers above the earth's surface.

6. The method of claim 1 wherein the size of said particles is in the range of ten to one hundred microns.

7. The method of claim wherein said material comprises a refractory material.

8. The method of claim 1 wherein said material is a Welsbach material.

9. The method of claim 1 wherein the number of said dispersed particles per unit area in the particle layer is greater than or equal to 1/.sigma..sub.abs 1, where 1 is the thickness of the particle layer and .sigma..sub.abs is the absorption coefficient of the particles at the far infrared wavelengths.

10. A method for reducing atmospheric warming due to the greenhouse effect resulting from a greenhouse gases layer, comprising the following step:

seeding the greenhouse gases' layer with a quantity of tiny particles of a material characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity or reflectivity, in that said materials have high emissivities in the visible and far infrared wavelength spectra and low emissivity in the near infrared wavelength spectrum,

whereby said particles are suspended within said gases' layer and provide a means for converting radiative energy at near infrared wavelengths into radiation at the far infrared wavelengths, permitting some of the converted radiation to escape into space.

11. The method of claim 10 wherein said material comprises one or more of the oxides of metals.

12. The method of claim 10 wherein said material comprises aluminum oxide.

13. The method of claim 10 wherein said material is thorium oxide.

14. The method of claim 10 wherein said seeding is performed at altitudes in the range of seven to thirteen kilometers above the earth's surface.

15. The method of claim 10 wherein said material comprises a refractory material.

16. The method of claim 10 wherein said particle size is in range of ten to one hundred microns.

17. The method of claim 10 wherein said material is a Welsbach material.

18. The method of claim 10 wherein the number of said dispersed particles per unit area in the particle layer is greater than or equal to 1/.sigma..sub.abs 1, where 1 is the thickness of the particle layer and .sigma..sub.abs is the absorption coefficient of the particles at the far infrared wavelengths.
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Description

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates to a method for the reduction of global warming resulting from the greenhouse effect, and in particular to a method which involves the seeding of the earth's stratosphere with Welsbach-like materials.

Global warming has been a great concern of many environmental scientists. Scientists believe that the greenhouse effect is responsible for global warming. Greatly increased amounts of heat-trapping gases have been generated since the Industrial Revolution. These gases, such as CO.sub.2, CFC, and methane, accumulate in the atmosphere and allow sunlight to stream in freely but block heat from escaping (greenhouse effect). These gases are relatively transparent to sunshine but absorb strongly the long-wavelength infrared radiation released by the earth.

Most current approaches to reduce global warming are to restrict the release of various greenhouse gases, such as CO.sub.2, CFC, and methane. These imply the need to establish new regulations and the need to monitor various gases and to enforce the regulations.

One proposed solution to the problem of global warming involves the seeding of the atmosphere with metallic particles. One technique proposed to seed the metallic particles was to add the tiny particles to the fuel of jet airliners, so that the particles would be emitted from the jet engine exhaust while the airliner was at its cruising altitude. While this method would increase the reflection of visible light incident from space, the metallic particles would trap the long wavelength blackbody radiation released from the earth. This could result in net increase in global warming.

It is therefore an object of the present invention to provide a method for reduction of global warming due to the greenhouse effect which permits heat to escape through the atmosphere.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

A method is disclosed for reducing atmospheric warming due to the greenhouse effect resulting from a greenhouse gases layer. The method comprises the step of seeding the greenhouse gas layer with a quantity of tiny particles of materials characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity or reflectivity, in that said materials have high emissivities in the visible and far infrared wavelength regions and low emissivity in the near infrared wavelength region. Such materials can include the class of materials known as Welsbach materials. The oxides of metal, e.g., aluminum oxide, are also suitable for the purpose. The greenhouse gases layer typically extends between about seven and thirteen kilometers above the earth's surface. The seeding of the stratosphere occurs within this layer. The particles suspended in the stratosphere as a result of the seeding provide a mechanism for converting the blackbody radiation emitted by the earth at near infrared wavelengths into radiation in the visible and far infrared wavelength so that this heat energy may be reradiated out into space, thereby reducing the global warming due to the greenhouse effect.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

These and other features and advantages of the present invention will become more apparent from the following detailed description of an exemplary embodiment thereof, as illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which:

FIG. 1 illustrates a model for the heat trapping phenomenon, i.e., the greenhouse effect.

FIG. 2 is a graph illustrating the intensity of sunlight incident on earth and of the earth's blackbody radiation as a function of wavelength.

FIG. 3 is a graph illustrating an ideal emissivity versus wavelength function for the desired particle material.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

FIG. 1 shows a model for the heat-trapping (greenhouse effect) phenomenon. It is assumed that the greenhouse gases are concentrated at altitudes between y=0 (at some altitude Y.sub.1, above the earth's surface) and y=1. Regardless of the sunshine reflected back into space, i.sub.1 and i.sub.2 denote the shortwavelength sunlight energies that are absorbed by the earth's surface and the greenhouse gases, respectively. Available data shows that i.sub.1 =0.45 i.sub.sol and i.sub.2 =0.25 i.sub.sol, where i.sub.sol is the total flux from the sun. The short wavelength sunlight heats up the greenhouse gases and the earth surface, and this energy is eventually reradiated out in the long wavelength infrared region.

FIG. 2 is a graph illustrating the intensity of sunlight and the earth's blackbody radiation as a function of wavelength. As illustrated, some 30% of the sunlight energy is in the near infrared region. The earth's blackbody radiation, on the other hand, is at the far infrared wavelength.

Referring again to FIG. 1, I.sub.s, I.sub.+, I.sub.-, I.sub.g and I.sub.e represent the fluxes in the infrared wavelength region, where I.sub.s and I.sub.g are the fluxes reradiated by the greenhouse gases toward the sky and ground, respectively; I.sub.e is the flux reradiated by the earth; and I.sub.+ and I.sub.- are fluxes within the gases radiating toward the space and ground, respectively. I.sub.+ and I.sub.- are functions of y, e.g., I.sub.+ (0) is the I.sub.+ flux at y=0. Considering the principles of energy conservation and continuity at boundaries, the following relationships are obtained:

where R.sub.o, R.sub.l and R are the reflectivities at the y=0 and y=1 boundaries and at the earth's surface. I.sub.BB (T.sub.e) is the blackbody radiation flux at the earth's temperature T.sub.e. Within the greenhouse gases' layer, the energy equations are

where I.sub.BB (T.sub.g) is the blackbody radiation flux at the greenhouse gases' temperature T.sub.g, and .alpha. is the absorption coefficient of the gases. The solutions of equations 8 and 9 are given by equations 10 and 11:

To illustrate the effects of R.sub.o and R.sub.l on the green-house effect, the extreme case is considered wherein a high concentration of greenhouse gases has strong absorption in the infrared region; that is, for y=1, e.sup.-.alpha.l approaches 0. Then, using Equations 3 and 4, the relationships of Equations 12 and 13 are obtained.

From Equations 5 and 7,

or

From Equations 2 and 1,

or

Combining Equations 14 and 15, the relationship of Equation 16 is obtained.

Finally, Equation 6 gives the blackbody radiation from the earth's surface in terms of i.sub.1 and i.sub.2 and the three reflectivities:

or

To achieve a lower temperature of the earth, (considering i.sub.1, i.sub.2 and R as constants), it is desirable to make R and R.sub.l as small as possible.

Known refractory materials have a thermal emissivity function which is strongly wavelength dependent. For example, the materials may have high emissivity (and absorption) at the far infrared wavelengths, high emissivity in the visible wavelength range, and very low emissivity at intermediate wavelengths. If a material having those emissivity characteristics and a black body are exposed to IR energy of equal intensity, the selective thermal radiator will emit visible radiation with higher efficiency (if radiation cooling predominates), i.e., the selective thermal radiator will appear brighter than the black body. This effect is known as the Welsbach effect and is extensively used in commercial gas lantern mantles.

Welsbach materials have the characteristic of wavelength-dependent emissivity (or reflectivity). For example, thorium oxide (ThO.sub.2) has high emissivities in the visible and far IR regions but it has low emissivity in the near IR region. So, in accordance with the invention, the layer of greenhouse gases is seeded with Welsbach or Welsbach-like materials which have high emissivities (and thus low reflectivities) in the visible and 8-12 micrometer infrared regions, which has the effect of reducing R.sub.o and R.sub.l while introducing no effect in the visible range.

A desired material for the stratospheric seeding has a reflection coefficient close to unity for near IR radiation, and a reflection coefficient close to zero (or emissity close to unity) for far IR radiation. FIG. 3 is a graph illustrating an ideal emissivity versus wavelength function for the desired material. Another class of materials having the desired property includes the oxides of metals. For example, aluminum oxide (Al.sub.2 O.sub.3) is one metal oxide suitable for the purpose and which is relatively inexpensive.

It is presently believed that particle sizes in the ten to one hundred micron range would be suitable for the seeding purposes. Larger particles would tend to settle to the earth more quickly.

The particles in the required size range can be obtained with conventional methods of grinding and meshing.

It is believed that the number of particles n.sub.d per unit area in the particle layer should be defined by Equation 18:

where 1 is the thickness of the particle layer and .sigma..sub.abs is the absorption coefficient of the particles at the long IR wavelengths. One crude estimate of the density of particles is given by Equation (19):

where c is the speed of light, m is the average particle mass, e is the electron charge, and w is the absorption line width in sec.sup.-1.

The greenhouse gases are typically in the earth's stratosphere at an altitude of seven to thirteen kilometers. This suggests that the particle seeding should be done at an altitude on the order of 10 kilometers. The particles may be seeded by dispersal from seeding aircraft; one exemplary technique may be via the jet fuel as suggested by prior work regarding the metallic particles. Once the tiny particles have been dispersed into the atmosphere, the particles may remain in suspension for up to one year.

It is understood that the above-described embodiment is merely illustrative of the possible specific embodiments which may represent principles of the present invention. Other arrangements may readily be devised in accordance with these principles by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope and spirit of the invention.
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OMG thanks, I am just off to bed so I will read it tomorrow.hf
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OMG thanks, I am just off to bed so I will read it tomorrow.hf
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You are welcome, there's a lot of good text there. : ) They've been spraying us for many years with many types of things.
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It's more deeper then any thing you so called conspirators have wrote it s three words first letter of first word is P ........ Guess the rest
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[link to www.waterplan.water.ca.gov]
"Occasionally other agents, such as liquid propane, have
been used. In recent years, some projects have also been applying hygroscopic materials (substances
which take up water from the air) as supplemental seeding agents."

hygroscopic materials;
H2SO4 - sulfuric acid
ZnSO4 - zinc sulfate
CaCl2 - Calcium Chloride
SiO2 - Silicon Dioxide
NaNO3 - inorganic salt from Nitric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide
CaSO4 - Calcium sulfate




The CRRES spacecraft arrived at the PHSF on March 23. Electrical
checks and functional testing of the spacecraft were completed on
April 20. During the first week of May, the canisters, designed for
releasing the chemicals in orbit, were loaded with their respective
elements and were placed aboard the spacecraft. There are eight
small and 16 large canisters which collectively contain the elements
barium, lithium, strontium and calcium.

On May 14, 3 days of spacecraft end-to-end compatability tests
were performed between the CRRES satellite at KSC and the Air Force
Consolidated Satellite Test Center (CSTC) in Sunnyvale, Calif. CSTC
will be the control center for the spacecraft during the mission.
Spacecraft commands, telemetry and data communications were
verified.
[link to www.nasa.gov]


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Cirrus clouds are at a maximum altitude of 50,000 feet (10 miles). CRRES did the chemical releases at 240 to 300 miles altitude. Not even in the atmosphere. It was used to study the Earth's magnetic field. It was also launched in 1990 and the rumor is chemtrails started 1994 to 1996.
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They started in 1993 according to me and this thread is not going to be derailed by the debunker science arguments.
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Why can't people use science arguments?
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It's a known method to bog down and debunk perfectly good chemtrail threads. :)
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Science is a method to obtain the truth.
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They started in 1993 according to me and this thread is not going to be derailed by the debunker science arguments.
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Why can't people use science arguments?
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It's a known method to bog down and debunk perfectly good chemtrail threads. :)
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Science is a method to obtain the truth.
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The truth is not non existant when it cannot yet be measured by science. Or the research is only funded to prove a certain truth but not the whole truth or even close to the whole truth.
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Why can't people use science arguments?
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It's a known method to bog down and debunk perfectly good chemtrail threads. :)
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Science is a method to obtain the truth.
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The truth is not non existant when it cannot yet be measured by science. Or the research is only funded to prove a certain truth but not the whole truth or even close to the whole truth.
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Contrails can be measured
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I have already noted many groups on this thread that have done research on chemtrails and it is very telling. This thread isn't the normal contest between chemtrails and contrails. It's my thread and since what I am proposing isn't getting much airtime I have decided to eliminate anyone that hassles with the normal boring shit that is true and mostly a cover for some serious crimes against the people and the planet. So go away. Shoo
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Published on Mar 27, 2013
California Bay Area Citizens Against Chemtrails/Geoengineering group on Facebook
First protest at San Francisco City Hall. Many and much more events to come. The awakening is happening !!!
Join the resistance now at [link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

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Who knows, I haven't watched this. It is a big deal in chemtrails. Anybody have an opinion about it?
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have to study plasma life forms within a scientific framework,

I was just thinking about the balls of energy seen around chemtrail jets sometimes and then again about using harp ...plasma is it a life form, are we getting to know it? :) pretty sure I am going to delete this
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Why would you delete it? I just started reading it.

Maybe we are all plasma.

We can say this. It is hard to tell what is inside a plasma. How do you see inside something with a plasma shell?
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Atmospheric Testing & Space Programs

WELCOME TO THE ATMOSPHERIC & WARFARE TESTING SECTION OF THE ADC WEBSITE


This section is dedicated to informing everyone about the number and scope of atmospheric and upper atmospheric tests that are being conducted by the United States. This include space tests, warfare tests, the chemicals and particles used in these tests, and other related information.

Technology and unlimited funding has joined together to create an atmosphere in which anyone (private individual, corporation, military, government agencies, universities, anyone with with money), can now conduct this type of testing without public knowledge, consent or oversight.

We live in a fragile environment which surrounds the Earth. This cocoon protects life on Earth and is very fragile. Since the 1950s the U.S. and other countries have been conducting atmospheric experiments which threaten this cocoon.

Since the 1990s this cocoon has been threatened with ever-increasing technology and experiments. Our atmoshere is being used as an "Experimental Physics Laboratory for Conducting Tests" that threaten life on Earth. There has been no public debate, no prior notification (most of the time), and no ability to limit or restrict testing that may harm the Earth or life on Earth as we know it.

In this section you will find information on the type of testing that is being conducted. There are thousands of documents which are not represented on this section...too numerous to place on this website. What you will find below are representative samples of the type of testing being conducted, who is conducting said tests, and other information. I encourage everyone to investigate these topics and decide for yourself if our atmosphere should be used as an "Experimental Testing Laboratory" without your consent.

Book: The E-Bomb by Doug Beason
October 29, 2005 C-SPAN Presentation

Doug Beason discusses what he believes to be the approaching directed-energy (DE) weapon revolution. In, “The E-Bomb,” the author writes about how these weapons will use light-wave energy, the same spectrum of energy found in microwaves and remote controls, and will replace the conventional weaponry of today. Mr. Beason believes the introduction of these weapons might be more profound than the atomic bomb. Beason analyzes their implications and how they will impact the wars of the future.

Dr. Douglas Beason is the author of twelve books, including non-fiction as well as fictional, specializing in technological thrillers. He is an architect and leading expert of directed-energy research and has worked for the President’s Science Advisor in both the Clinton and Bush administrations. He currently serves as Director of Threat Reduction at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Link to C-SPAN with an interview with Doug Beason about his book.

U.S. Navy CARE Experiment - Aluminum Oxide


26 12009 U.S. Navy NRL Rocket Experiment CARE II Planned - No Date Given - Using Aluminum Oxide Press Releases November 9, 2009.pdf

26 1 2003 U.S. Navy NASA Study Finds Space Shuttle Exhaust Creates Night-Shining Clouds June 3, 2003 Press Release.pdf

U.S. Department of Energy Atmospheric Science Program Information + NASA


26 1 2010 DOE ASP Atmospheric Science Program Website April 18, 2010 http___www.asp.bnl.pdf

26 2010 NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies Aerosols April 16, 2010 Particles - Health Sources http___www.giss.nasa.pdf

26A 2003 ARM Aerosol Intensive Observational Period IOP ASP - ACP May 2003.pdf

26A 2006 ASP Program DOE http___www.asp.bnl May 30, 2006.pdf

26A 2007 DOE ASP ARM 2007 Upcoming Field Campaigns.pdf
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26A 2007 DOE Atmospheric Science Program 2007 http___www.asp.bnl.pdf

26A 2010 U.S. DOE Atmospheric Science Program February 15, 2010 http___www.asp.bnl.pdf

Biometrics


26B 2004 Atmospheric Science + Biometeorology GCEP 2004 Abstracts.pdf

California Programs - Experiments


26C 2005 DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement December 19, 2005.pdf

26C 2005 DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program December 19, 2005 - CA.pdf

26C 2005 DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program Facility December 12, 2005 CA Information.pdf

26C 2005 DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program Facility DEC 19, 2005 EurekAlert AAAS.pdf

26C 2006 ASP California March 31, 2006 Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment NASA INTEX-B Spring.pdf

26C 2007 ASP California Spring 2006 INTEX-B_vE_800w.pdf

Biologicals


26D 2008 DOE Office of Biological & Environmental Research 2008.pdf

26D 2008 DOE Office of Biological Science Systems Division & Environmental Research 2008.pdf

26D 2009 DOE Research February 25, 2009 Ferrell_asp_meeting.pdf

Atmospheric Experiments - Geoengineering


26EZ 2008 Unilateral Geoengineering Briefing Workshop Council on Foreign Relations April 15, 2008 .pdf

26E 1958 High Altitude Nuclear Explosions HANE Detonation of Nuclear Weapons in Outer Space 1958 Wikipedia.pdf

26E 1958 List of Artificial Radiation Belts Created by High Altitude Nuclear Explosions 1958-1962 Wikipedia.pdf

26E 1962 Atmospheric Nuclear Test STARFISH Photographs July 9, 1962.pdf

26E 1964 Photographic Instrumentation for Triangulation Studies of Liminous Clouds Upper Atmosphere 1964 Abstract Sodium-Cesium.pdf

26E 1966 NASA Upper-Chemical Release Program Information June 1, 1966.pdf

26E 1966 Studies Supporting an Upper Atmosphere Chemical Release Program Final Report June 1966 TMA Diborane Etc.pdf

26E 1966 Studies Supporting an Upper Atmospheric Chemical Release Program June 1966 Final Report.pdf

26E 1970 Barium DTIC Abstract U.S. Air Force October 26, 1970 Barium Used in Upper Atmospheric Chemical Release Experiments.pdf

26E 1970 U.S. Navy Project SESAMISEED Artificial Cesium Plasma Clouds May 21, 1970 Abstract.pdf

26E 1974 Radio-Radar+Optical Obsrvations of Cesium Release in Upper Atmosphere February 4, 1974.pdf

26E 1990 Alaska Science Forum 1990 University of Alaska Fireworks.pdf

26E 1991 U.S. Patent 5003186 Welsbach Seeding for Reduction of Global Warming March 26, 1991 Aluminum or Thorium Oxide.pdf

26E 1991 U.S. Patent 5003186 Weslbach Seeding for Reduction of Global Warming March 26, 1991 Aluminum or Thorium Oxide A.pdf

26E 1993 Finite Element Simulation FES Studies of Chemical Modification of Ionospshsere 1993.pdf

26E 1993 Finite Element Simulation FES Technique Studies Chemical Modification Ionosphere 1993.pdf

26E 1994 Ionosphere U.S. Experiments 1994 Abstract Barium.pdf

26E 2004 Atmospheric Action Studies 2004 Names - Items for Future Research.pdf

26E 2004 Atmospheric Aerosol Shield Search 2004 Search - Items for Future Research.pdf

26E 2004 Pentagon Atmospheric Dispersion April 19, 2004 Experiment Sulfur Hexafluoride SF6.pdf

26E 2006 New CERN1 CLOUD Experiment to Investigate Effect of Galactic Cosmic Rays on Clouds+Climate OCT 4, 2006 SDNews.pd.pdf

26E 2007 ENN News August 25, 2007 Noctilucent Polar Ice Clouds Change Climate.pdf

26E 2007 NASA Night Clouds Trimethylaluminum 2007 - Rockets-Cannisters.pdf

26E 2007 Russia Tests Superstrength Vacuum Bomb September 12, 2007 Video Reuters News.pdf

26E 2009 STPSat-1 successfully Completes Extended Mission to Study Ionosphere December 3, 2009.pdf

26E 2010 DARPA Falcon Hypersonic Test Vehicle Mission Lost After Nine Minutes April 29, 2010 News .pdf

26E 2010 High Explosive Test on Hold at the Nevada Test Site Named Devine Strake RNEP VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26E 2010 Neal Boyd Brown - Alaska Upper Atmospheric Releases-Supervisor at Poker Flat Rocket Facility Resume April 24, 2010.pdf

Glossary


26G 2000 Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary 2000.pdf

26G 2000 Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary Revision 2000.pdf

26G 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Within Federal Community Workshop-Weather June 6-8, 2000.pdf.pdf

26G 2008 Lightning Atmospheric Conductivity 2008 Huygens.pdf

26G 2008 Space and Warfare Lexicon 2008.pdf

26G 2008 Space & Electronic Warfare Glossary S 2008.pdf

26G 2008 Space & Electronic Warfare Lexicon Glossary T 2008.pdf

26G 2010 NASA Langley Science directorate Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary April 24, 2010.pdf

History


26H 1958 Atomic Bomb Hits Florence South Carolina March 11, 1958 VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2007 Fifty Years Later-The Price Still Being Paid for Atom Bomb Tests May 15, 2007 Mail Online News.pdf

26H 2008 Atmospheric Sciences Pubications 2008 Historical.pdf

26H 2010 Atomic Bomb History VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Atomic Smoke Trails Around Atomic Bomb Atmospheric Tests VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 History Leading to the Creation of the Atomic Bomb VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 How Atomic Bomb Tests Were Conducted Including Upper Atmospheric Tests VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile History After WWII VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Limited Test Ban Treaty 1963 Prohibits Nuclear Weapons Test Explosions-Atmosphere, Outer Space+Underwater April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Lookout Mountain Studios Hollywood CA 1947-1969 U.S. Air Force Nuclear Testing Movies VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Missile Defense Timeline Early History VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and American Nuclear Testing Timeline VCE.com April 27, 2010 .pdf

26H 2010 The Atmoic Cannon Detonated May 25, 1953 Nevada Test Site VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 The Bombing of Hiroshima+Nagasaki JAPAN World War II VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 The Cold War 50 Years VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 Trinity-Birth of the Atomic Age July 16, 1945 VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26H 2010 TSAR BOMBA Russian King of Nuclear Bombs Detonated October 23, 1961 VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

U.S. Department of Energy - Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (ARM)


26I 2005 DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program Facility DEC 19, 2005 Moves to Niger.pdf

26J 2000 NASA NIAC June 6, 2000 Final Presentation Environmentally-Neutal Aircraft Tyll.pdf

26J 2002 NASA NIAC Environmentally Neutral Aircraft Using Low Temperature Plasmas Final Report 2002 Tyll.pdf

26J 2006 Abstract August 15, 2006 HAPS High Altitude Platform Station Wireless Communications http___www.springerlink.pdf

26J 2006 ASP INTEX-NA Mission Description+Science Objectives Planes DC-8+12 Other Aircraft 2004-2006.pdf

26J 2006 ASP March 30, 2006 Research Aircraft Facility RAF.pdf

26J 2006 Atmospheric Science Global Change Division Aircraft Facility 2006.pdf

26J 2008 March 6, 2008 Spy Plane Nasa Vulture Unmanned Aircraft to Stay Aloft for 5 Years next-energy-news3.6b.pdf

U.S. Department of Energy - General Information


26K 2008 USA Today December 2008 Scientist Find Hole in Earth's Magnetic Field-Solar Flares.pdf

26K 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Chronic Berryllium Disease-Health Impacts October 29, 2009 Website.pdf

26K 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Climate Change October 29, 2009 Website Information.pdf

26K 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Grants + Contracts Website 2009.pdf

26K 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Press Releases 2009 Summaries - Secretary Chu.pdf

26K 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Year 2009 Projects + Programs.pdf

U.S. Patents - Weather Modification + Other Atmospheric Experiments
Space Security - Satellites


26M 1971 U.S. Patent 3564253 System Method Irradiation of Planet Surface Areas FEB 16, 1971 for Heating-Weather Control-Illumination.pdf

26M 1987 U.S. Patent 4686605 Eastlund August 11, 1987 Methods for Altering a Region of Earth Atmosphere etc.pdf

26M 1994 U.S. Patent 5360162 NOV 1, 1994 Barium Lead Copper Perchlorate Fuels Weather Modification Methods+Composition.pdf

26M 1998 U.S. Patent 5762298 June 9, 1998 Satellites Modify Solar Radiation Weather.pdf

26M 1999 U.S. Patent 5984239 November 16, 1999 Weather Modification by Artificial Satellites.pdf

26M 2006 SSI Active Military Satellites 2006.pdf

26M 2006 SSI Space Security Report 2006.pdf

26M 2007 Space Security Survey 2007 SSI Report Overview.pdf

26M 2008 Space Debris-Radio Frequencies SSI 2008 Executive Summary .pdf

26M 2008 Space Security.org 2008 Capabilities.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security 2007 SpaceSecurity.org.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security CDI 2008 Defense Budget August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security CDI Center for Defense Information August 11, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security CDI DVD Books Reports Monographs 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Fact Sheet SSI August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index 2008 About SSI.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index August 16, 2008 Research Partnerships.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index Contacts August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index Fact Sheet August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Index SSI Publications August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2008 Space Security Laws 2008 CDI.pdf

26M 2008 SSI Directory of Space Actors August 16, 2008 Organizations and Activities.pdf

26M 2008 SSI Institute of Air & Space Law August 16, 2008.pdf

26M 2010 SSI Partners April 19, 2010 Space Security Index Institute of Air+Space Law Website.pdf

NASA


26N 1968 NASA Chemical Releases Leading to Upper Atmospheric Chemi-ion Formation January 1, 1968.pdf

26N 1999 NASA NIAC SHIELD A Comprehensive Earth Protection System May 28, 1999.pdf

26N 2000 NASA NIACThe Space Elevator Financed Study 2000.pdf

26N 2001 Effectiveness of Adaptive Observatons in Improving Numberical Weather Forecasting DEC 18, 2001 by Bacon.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC 2002 Investigation-Laser Trapped Mirrors in Space Phase I-Final Report McCormack.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC 2002 Meeting Laser Trapped Mirrors in Space Phase I Report McCormack Power Point Presentation.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC Electromagnetic Flight Final Report Miller 2002.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC Global Environmental MEMS Sensors GEMS Observing System 2002 Final Report Part 1 Manobianco.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC January 7, 2002 Controlling the Global Weather.pdf

26N 2002 NASA NIAC October 2002 Electromagnetic Formation Flight Final Report Miller.pdf

26N 2004 NASA NIAC Controlling Global Weather Final Report March 31, 2004 Hoffman.pdf

26N 2004 NASA NIAC URSA October 19, 2004 Global Envornmental MEMS Sensors GEMS Manobianco.pdf

26N 2005 NASA NIAC Electromagnetic Formation Flight EMFF 2005 Sedwick.pdf

26N 2005 NASA NIAC Electromagnetic Formation Flight Final Report August 2005 Sedwick.pdf

26N 2005 NASA NIAC ENSCO Phase II Final Report MEMS GEMS Manobianco August 31, 2005.pdf

26N 2005 NASA NIAC Redesigning Living Organisms to Survive on Mars October 2005 Boss.pdf

26N 2006 NASA NIAC Redesigning Living Organisms to Survive on Mars Presentation October 18, 2006 Boss.pdf

26N 2007 NASA NIAC March 7, 2007 Fellows Meeting on Solar Shields.pdf

26N 2007 NASA NIAC Newsroom Press Releases 2007.pdf

26N 2007 NASA NIAC Solar Shield in Space to Counter Global Warming by Angel University of Arizona 2007.pdf

26N 2007 NASA NIAS BAE Institute Crafts Magical Photonic Laser Thruster Feburary 24, 2007.pdf

26N 2007 NIAC 9th Annual 2006 Report + Finaly Report on August 31, 2007 NASA.pdf

26N 2007 NIAC Study by David Akin Space Systems Laboratory Univeristy of Maryland Phase I 2007.pdf

26N 2007 USRA NIAC NASA Established 1998-Closed 2007 NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts http___www.niac.usra.pdf

26N 2008 Space Debris-Radio Frequencies SSI 2008 Executive Summary .pdf

26N 2009 NASA NIAC Swarm Array of Picosats for Microwave RF Earth Sensing+ April 29, 2009 Bekey.pdf

26N 2010 NASA CRRES Search April 24, 2010 Studies Supporting Upper Atmospheric Release Programs Part I-II.pdf

26N 2010 NASA Ionization Search March 1, 2010 Page 1 - Atmospheric Ionization.pdf

26N 2010 NASA Ionization Search March 1, 2010 Page 2 - Atmospheric Ionization.pdf

26N 2010 NASA Missions+Projects Sciences and Exploration Directorate 600 Listings April 24, 2010.pdf

26N 2010 NASA NIAC NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts All Funded Studies Listing April 18, 2010 Website.pdf

26N 2010 NASA Search April 24, 2010 Studies Supporting Upper Atmospheric Release Programs Part I-II.pdf

26N 33 NASA Chemcial Releases in the Upper Atmosphsere Project Firefly Summary Report.pdf

26N NASA Chemcial Releases in the Upper Atmosphsere Project Firefly Summary Report Harvard.pdf

26N NASA NIAC Mini-Magnetosphseric Plasma Propulsion M2P2 Winglee Power Point Presentation.pdf

26N NASA Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite UARS U.S. Global Change Research Program.pdf

Atmospheric Experiments & Programs


26P 1958 Hardtack-Teak Exoatmosphseric Nuclear Test-Operatuion Hardtack I August 1, 1958 Wikipedia.pdf

26P 1962Starfish Prime High Altitude Nuclear U.S. Test Conducted on July 9, 1962 Wikipedia.pdf

26P 1970 September 1, 1970 Abstract Ionospheric Relesase of Chemicals-Upper Atmoshere-Lists Chemicals Used.pdf

26P 1976 Los Alamos U.S. High Altitude Tests October 1976 Environmental Impacts.pdf

26P 1977 DOD Upper Atmoshere Research Bibliography of Contaminant Release Experiments Part 3 1977.log

26P 1981 U.S. A?ir Force Upper Atmosphere chemcial Release and Smoke Triangulation Experiment 1978-1981.pdf

26P 1982 Low-Temperature Atmospheric Oxidation of Mixtures of Titanium+Carbon Black or Boron SEPT 23, 1982.pdf

26P 2000 Cadre Paper 6 U.S. Air Force April 2000 U.S. Nuclear ASAT Space Program-Chun.log

26P 2002 ASP White Paper December 2002 INTEX-NA NASA Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment.pdf

26P 2004 ASP VTMX March 26, 2003 Funding Accepted FY 2004.pdf

26P 2004 ASP VTMX Plan 2004 USING SF6 TRACER TO QUANTIFY VERTICAL MIXING WITHIN THE STABLE BOUNDARY LAYER.pdf

26P 2004 Pentagon Atmospheric Dispersion April 19, 2004 Experiment Sulfur Hexafluoride SF6.pdf

26P 2004 Pentagon Tests Atmospheric Dispersion April 19, 2004 nr20040419-0624 Press Release.pdf

26P 2006 ASP 2004-2006 Chemicals NASA INTEX-NA Introduction.pdf

26P 2006 ASP 2006 NOAA http___cloud1.arc.nasa INTEX-NA.pdf

26P 2006 ASP Atmospheric Chemical Science Division PNL 2006.pdf

26P 2006 ASP DOE 2006 Chemistry Physics of Oxides.pdf

26P 2006 ASP INTEX-B Phase B White Paper NASA 2006 Documents.pdf

26P 2006 ASP INTEX-NA NASA 2004-2006 Chemicals Introduction.pdf

26P 2006 ASP March 30, 2006 Chemicals PNL Search Result 214 - Page 1.pdf

26P 2006 ASP March 30, 2006 Field Campaigns DOE_field.pdf

26P 2006 ASP March 30, 2006 Instrumentation Measurement Capabilities DOE.pdf

26P 2006 ASP PNL Barium Search March 30, 2006.pdf

26P 2006 ASP VTMX Funding 2000-2007 PERFLUOROCARBON TRACER STUDIES FOR VISUALIZATIONVERIFICATION.pdf

26P 2006 ASP VTMX VERTICAL TRANSPORT AND MIXING IN COMPLEX-TERRAIN AIRSHEDS March 29, 2006 PNL.pdf

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Photographs


26Q 2008 Atmospheric Optices July 31, 2008 Many Questions.pdf

U.S. Research & U.S. Patents


26R 1987 U.S. Patent 4,686,605 Method-Apparatus Altering Region Earth Atmosphere, Ionosphere, Magnetosphere Eastlund AUG 11, 1987.pdf

26R 1994 U.S. Patent 5,286,979 February 15, 1994 Process for Absorbing Ultraviolet Radiation Using Dispersed Melanin.pdf

26R 2007 Atmospheric Sciences Stull Publications Weather November 1, 2007.pdf

26R 2008 Atmospheric Science Program ASP Publications 2008.pdf

TAP Tropospheric Aerosol Programs - Space Weather


26T 2001 Tropospheric Aerosol Program TAP Document Program Plan March 2001.pdf

26T 2002 Space Weather UCAR Press Release September 16, 2002 Goes into High Gear.pdf

26T 2003 Space Weather Support for Communications - Ionosphere January 10, 2003.pdf

26T 2007 Space Weather 2007.pdf

Universities


26U 1976 Alaska Science Forum Barium March 3, 1976.pdf

26U 1981 Alaska Science Forum March 13, 1981 Man-Made Aurora Experiments.pdf

26U 1990 Alaska Science Forum 1990 University of Alaska Fireworks.pdf

26U 2003 Auroras 2003 Man-Made or Natural northern-lights-alaska.pdf

26U 2005 Clemson University 2005 Atmospheric Physics Experiments.pdf

26U 2007 Atmospheric Science Dept Colorado State 2007.pdf

26U 2007 CSU Atmospheric Chemistry 2007 Department Colorado See Tree Picture.pdf

26U 2008 Atmospheric Optics Site Index July 2008 Questions.pdf

26U 2009 HAARP Artificial Ionosphere Created Nature Magazine October 2, 2009 Questions.pdf

U.S. Department of Energy VTMX & HAARP High Altitude Auroral Research Program


26V 2006 DOE 2006 VTMX Aerosol Participants.pdf

26V 2006 DOE 2006 VTMX Plan Salt Lake City, Utah.pdf

26V 2010 HAARP Military Scientists Study Ionosphere February 26, 2010 Navy + Air Force.pdf

Weapons Systems & Chaff (Aluminum Coated Fiberglass) - Weaponization of Space


26W 1968 Chaff HARP Quebec Tri-methyl-Aluminum Trails Abstract 1968.pdf

26W 1979 British Ministry of Defense Turned Parts of England Giant Germ Warfare Test Lab Between 1940-1979 April 21, 2002 Guardian.pdf

26W 1988 Chaff Cloud Deployed in Orbit Around Earth Abstract December 1988 Study.pdf

26W 1997 Chaff U.S. Navy 1997.pdf

26W 1997 Chaff U.S. Navy June 10, 1997.pdf

26W 1998 Chaff U.S. GAO SEPT 1998 Environmental Protection-DOD Management Issues Related to Chaff.pdf

26W 1999 Chaff Abstract 1999 Pentagon Reports DOD Many Questions.pdf

26W 1999 Chaff Abstract August 31, 1999 Pentagon Reports DOD Many Questions.pdf

26W 1999 Chaff Inhalation Toxicty of Glass Fibers Abstract Review 1999.pdf

26W 2000 Chaff Aluminum Coated Fiberglass M-130 General Purpose Dispenser February 10, 2000 DOD.pdf

26W 2000 Chaff Chesapeake Bay Experiments 25 Years of Exposure Abstract June 2000.pdf

26W 2001 Chaff NAVY AERIAL CHAFF IMPACT REPORT October 2001.pdf

26W 2001 Chaff NAVY CHAFF IMPACTS REPORT 2001.pdf

26W 2001 U.S. Patent 6271877 Direct Broadcast Imaging Satellite Earth Monitoring August 7, 2001.pdf

26W 2001 U.S. Patent 6331870 Direct Broadcast Imagin Satellite December 18, 2001.pdf

26W 2002 Space Weapons fro Earth Wars May 15, 2002 Space.com.pdf

26W 2003 Chaff Dispenser FAS 2003 M-130 Aircraft Dispenser.pdf

26W 2003 Space Based Weapons Bibliography Maxwell AFB August 2003 Compilation.pdf

26W 2003 U.S. Patent 6504570 Direct Broadcast Imaging Satellite System Monitoring Earth Jan 7, 2003.pdf

26W 2005 Chaff Aluminum Coated Fiberglass M-130 General Purpose Dispenser 2005 DOD.pdf

26W 2006 Space Based Weapons-Taking War Into Space S.F. Chronicle March 12, 2006 Arquilla.pdf

26W 2006 Space Wars Rods From God Dr. John Arquilla S.F. Chronicle March 12, 2006.pdf

26W 2007 Chaff U.S. Navy November 13, 2007 Picture - Description.pdf

26W 2007 Navy Graphite Carbon By Products 2007 MSDS UCAR.pdf

26W 2007 Russia Tests Super-Strength Vacuum Bomb September 12, 2007 Reuters News.pdf

26W 2008 Chaff U.S. Navy 2008.pdf

26W 2008 Chaff U.S. Navy 2008 Live Fire Exercises.pdf

26W 2008 Chaff U.S. Navy Fact File 2008.pdf

26W 2008 Chaff U.S. Patent 7400287 SMART Chaff July 15, 2008 Radiation Source.pdf

26W 2008 Navy Graphite Flakes GRAFGUARD MSDS 2008 Highly Toxic.pdf

26W CHAFF Military Chaff Releases Unknown Photographer+Year.pdf

Abstracts - Atmospheric Experiments - Other Related Information


26X 1932 Ionization of Air by y-Rays 1932 Abstract APS.pdf

26X 1962 DTIC December 12, 1962 Transmission of Information-Artificially Ionized Atmosphere.pdf

26X 1970 Refractive Index of Optical Materials in the Infrared Region Abstract JAN 1970 Aluminum-Aluminum Oxide-Magnesium Oxide.pdf

26X 1971Cloud Modification Abstract November 15, 1971 External Heat Sources.pdf

26X 1971 Battelle Northwest-Washington Negatively Charged Particles Abstract Wehner January 1, 1971.pdf

26X 1971 Cloud Modification Nuclei Warm Fog Abstract January 1971 U.S. Army.pdf

26X 1972 Cloud Dissipaton Artificial Abstract May 28, 1972 Wright-Patterson AFB.pdf

26X 1978 U.S. Patent Metal Vapor Generator May 30, 1978 4,092, 263 Upper Atmosphere Usage.pdf

26X 1979 Cloud Abstract December 31, 1979 Fuel-Air Explosive Simulation.pdf

26X 1980 Clouds Blue-Green Kauai Cloud Experiments Abstract July 31, 1980 U.S. Navy.pdf

26X 1982 Cloud DOD Executive Summary December 22, 1982 Abstract Storming Media Pentagon Reports AFB.pdf

26X 1984 U.S. Patent 5360162 NOV 1, 1994 Barium Lead Copper Perchlorate Fuels Weather Modification Methods+Composition.pdf

26X 1987 Clouds Jet Releases Vapor Clouds Abstract December 21,1987 United States Air Force.pdf

26X 1989 Cloud-Free Lines of Sight Abstract September 30, 1989.pdf

26X 1996 U.S. Navy Zinc Gallium Boron Phosphide Zinc Zulfide Abstract May 1996.pdf

26X 1998 Clouds Abstract HSI AF Research Lab January 1998.pdf

26X 1999 U.S.A.F. Chemical Processes in the Space Environment Abstract Supersonic Jets Atmospheric Ions-Metal Vapors July 29, 1999.pdf

26X 2000 Molecular Dynamics of Upper Atmospheric Chemical Reactions August 31, 2000 Abstract Lasers U.S. Air Force.pdf

26X 2003 Ionization of the Atmosphere 1994-2003 Abstract.pdf

26X 2004 Atmospheric Science Program 2004 abstracts.pdf

26X 2004 Ionizing Radiation Fact Sheet EPA 2004.pdf

26X 2005 January 11, 2005 Artificial Atmospheric Ionization-Window for Weather Modification Paper_88063.pdf

26X 2007 19 DTIC July 30, 2007 Search 1 Military Weather Modification Results 15,665.pdf

26X 2007 19 DTIC July 30, 2007 Search Military Weather Modification Page 3.pdf

26X 2008 Clouds Gas Aerosol Reactions Abstract Search December 28, 2008 Results 9.pdf

26X 2008 Clouds, Vapor Abstract Search December 28, 2008 Results 23.pdf

26X 2008 Cloud Formation Abstract Seach December 22, 2008 Pentagon Reports-Storming Media-Results 44.pdf

26X 2008 Cloud Modification Abstract Search December 22, 2008 - Pentagon Reports-Storming Media Results 22.pdf

26X 2008 Cloud Modification Abstract Search December 28, 2008 Results 22.pdf

26X 2008 Cloud Production Abstract Search December 28, 2008 Results 16.pdf

26X 2010 Artificial Atmospheric Ionization-Potential Windwo for Weather Modification 2005 Abstract 88063[1].pdf

26X 2010 Lasers Could Trigger Downpours on Demand May 4, 2010 Physicists Already Tested This Method.pdf

26X 2010 U.S. Air Force Aircraft Ionizing Doses+Dose Rates from Radioactive Clouds+Fallout Abstract April 1976.pdf

26X 2010 U.S. Patent 4999637 Creation of Artificial Ionization Clouds Above the Earth March 12, 1991.pdf

26X 2010 Weather Modification Artificial Ionization 2008 Note Graphic.pdf

26X 2010 Weather Modification Artificial Ionization Methods March 27, 2005 India Daily News.pdf

26X 2010 Weather Modification Artificial Ionization Methods-Solar Radiation March 27, 2005 India Daily News.pdf

Atmospheric Dispersions


26YN 2000 Atmopsheric Dispsersion Modeling Proceedings June 8, 2010 NOAA OFCM Document.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Disperions Validation-Verification-Approval Models June 2000 Session IV.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Appendix B Attendees June 6-8, 2000 Very Interesting.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Capabilities June 2000 Session II Presenation.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling DOE Lawrence National Laboratory June 6-8, 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling June 2000 EPA Lockheed Martin.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling June 2000 U.S. Forest Service-Smoke Wildfires.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling June 6-8, 2000 Presentations.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling NOAA EPA June 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Session I Presentation.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Models June 2000 Session V Summary-Action Plan-Next Steps.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Models NOAA May 30, 2000 Hicks.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion U.S. Army Cionco June 6-8, 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion US. Department of Defense Prediction Assessment Capability June 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Workshop June 6-8, 2000 Draft Workshop Agenda.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispsersion Modeling Ermack Lawrence Livermore Laboratory DOE June 6-8, 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispsersion Modeling Presentation June 6, 2000 by Martin DOD.pdf

26YN 2000 Atmospheric Dispsersion Modeling Space+Missile Programs by Parks U.S. Air Force June 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Multiscale Atmospheric Dispersions Department of Energy-Atmospheric Science June 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Multiscale Atmospheric Dispersion Meeting NOAA Modeling June 6-8, 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 NOAA Alaska June 6-8, 2000 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling NWS.pdf

26YN 2000 NRC Requirements for Atmospheric Modeling June 6, 2000 by Mitchell.pdf

26YN 2000 Proceedings of the Workshop on Multiscale Atmospheric Disperions Modeling-Federal Community June 6-8, 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Technical Barriers to Upper Atmospheric Disperions Modeling Session III Presentation June 2000.pdf

26YN 2000 Workshop on Multiscale Atmospheric Dispersion June 6-8, 2000 Special Projects.pdf

26Y 2006 Atmospheric Science Program DOE 2006 http___www.asp.bnl.pdf
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26Z 1993 Open Skies Glossary Treaty Terms 1993.pdf

26Z 2001 Space Preservation Act of 2001 Full Text.pdf

26Z 2001 Space Preservation Act of 2001 Status.pdf

26Z 2002 Space Preservation Act 2002 Kucinich HR 3616.pdf

26Z 2002 Space Preservation Act of 2002 - Full Text.pdf

26Z 2005 Science+Space April 26, 2005 CNN Cassini Spacecraft Flyby-Upper Atmosphere Study.pdf

26Z 2008 Letter to Atmospheric Scientists July 18, 2007 by Karr.pdf

26Z 2009 Storming Media Home Page - Abstract Report Search Engine Pentagon 2009.pdf

26Z 2010 Nuclear 911 DVD Since 1950 There were 32 Nuclear Weapons Accidents-Broken Arrows VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26Z 2010 Nuclear Pioneers Event 2000 National Atomic Museum Alburquerque NM Minutes to Midnight VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26Z 2010 Nukes in Space 1999 DVD The Rainbow Bombs VCE.com April 27, 2010.pdf

26Z 2010 U.S. Navy Operation_Argus Nuclear Weapons+Missile Secret Tests August-SEPT 1958 South Atlantic Wikipedia April 27, 2010.pdf

26Z 2010 Wikipedia Advanced Research and Global Obsrvation Satellite ARGOS April 24, 2010 General Information.pdf

Welcome to the DTIC Section of the ADC Website. ADC historical research on many topics can be found at this location in abstract form. The information is public and all of the entire reports may be purchased from DTIC by going to their website.


Defense Technical Information Center - Information


19A 2009 DTIC Defense Technical Information Center May 31, 2009.pdf

19A 2010 DTIC Home Page April 18, 2010 Research Information DOD http___www.dtic.pdf

19A 2010 DTIC The Defense Technical Information Center Website March 23, 2010 http___www.dtic.pdf

19A 2010 DTIC Website March 23, 2010 Informatino+Reseasrch http___www.dtic.pdf

U.S. Department of Defense


19B 1987 U.S. Department of Defense Distribution Statements on Technical Documents Directive March 18, 1987.pdf

CRRES - Atmospheric Testing Program


19C 1969 DTIC CRRES Atmospheric Testing Using TMA Barium Lithium Diborane U.S. Air Force 1969.pdf

19C 1992 DTIC CRRES History 1981 through March 19, 1992 SPACERAD.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 1 Results 135.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 2.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 3.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 4.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 5.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 6.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 6 - Results 135.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 7.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 8.pdf

19C 2007 DTIC Search July 30, 2007 CRRES Abstract Search Page 9.pdf

Glossary of Terms - Definitions - Acronyms - Abbreviations - Other Information


19G 2005 DTIC Defense Acquisition University Press 12th Edition July 2005 Glossary+Definition of Terms.pdf

19G 2009 DTIC Acronyms.pdf

19G 2009 DTIC Acronyms and Abbreviations May 2009.pdf

19G 2009 DTIC Appendix G Glossary of Terms and Definitions-Operation Planning 2009.pdf

19G 2009 DTIC Department of Defense May 31, 2009 Acronyms.pdf

19G 2009 DTIC Listing of NIST Glossary + Abbreviations + Acronyms May 31, 2009.pdf

19G 2010 DTIC Acronyms March 23, 2010 Website-Research Information.pdf

19G 2010 DTIC A-Z Listing March 23, 2010 Website Terms Definitions Aronyms.pdf

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Ionization


19I 1962 DTIC U.S. Army Abstract Dec. 12, 1962 Electromagnetic Communications-Artificially Ionized Atmosphere.pdf

19K 2007 Search DTIC Jet Contrails Abstract Search July 30, 2007 Page 1 Results 125.pdf

19K 2007 Search DTIC Jet Contrails Abstract Search July 30, 2007 Page 2.pdf

19K 2007 Search DTIC Jet Contrails Abstract Search July 30, 2007 Page 3.pdf

19K 2007 Search DTIC Jet Contrails Abstract Search July 30, 2007 Page 4.pdf

19K 2010 Search DTIC Jet Contrails Search March 23, 2010 Page 1 Results 119.pdf

Persistent Jet Contrails


19Q 2007 Search DTIC July 30, 2007 Persistent Jet Contrails Search Page 1 - Results 17.pdf

19Q 2007 Search DTIC July 30, 2007 Persistent Jet Contrails Search Page 2 - Results 17.pdf

SPACERAD - NASA + U.S. Air Force Programs


19S 1992 DTIC 1981-1992 History-Space Radiation Effects SPACERAD Program for the Joint USAF NASA CRRES.pdf

19T 1969 DTIC Search U.S. AF. Atmospheric Tests barium-Diborane-Trimethylaluminum-Lithium April 26, 1969.pdf

U.S. Upper Atmospheric Releases - Historical + Current


19U 1961 Abstract DTIC Upper Atmospheric Releases Studies IV January 1961 Geophysics Corporation of America.pdf

19U 1964 Abstract DTIC November 15, 1964 Chemical Releases in the Upper Atmosphere-Luminary Trail+Point Releases.pdf

19U 1964 Abstract DTIC Upper Atmosphere Chemcial Release July 5, 1964 Aerospace Corporation California.pdf

19U 1969 Abstract DTIC Flight Tests of Chemical Release Payloads for Upper Atmospheric Research DEC 1969.pdf

19U 1969 Abstract DTIC January 1, 1969 Upper Atmosphere Artificial Luminous Clouds Formed by Chemical Releases.pdf

19U 1977 Abstract DTIC Upper Atmosphere Chemical Release Smoke Triangulation 1974-1977 Georgia Tech.pdf

19U 1981 Abstract DTIC Upper Atmosphere chemical Release Smoke Trail Trianuglation 1978-1981 Georgia Tech.pdf

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19X 2009 DTIC May 31, 2009 Government Library Indiana University Resources.pdf

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Chromosome/Genetic Damage Evident in
Immune System Cells from Permethrin

SOURCE: Teratogenesis, Carcinogenesis, and Mutagenesis, 14:31-38, 1994

Researchers at the National Center of Sanidid Ambiental in Madrid Spain found that the pesticide permethrin (the type used in Brevard's Mosquito Truck Spray Program) was able to induce "structural chromosome aberrations" in human immune system cells as well as in the reproductive cells in laboratory animals. The chromosome damage became apparent after 2 hours of exposure at levels of 150-200 ug/ml (micrograms per milliliter). Chromosome damage was also detected at lower levels.

As stated by the researchers:

"The effect of permethrin seemed to be dose-dependent. Permethrin induced chromosome and chromatid-type aberrations. The highest frequency of chromosome aberrations, mainly chromosome-type, was induced by 100 ug/ml of permethrin in both cultures... Thus, we can say that permethrin is a clear clastogenic (genotoxic) agent in two different cell systems."

J. Muro, A. Martinez, A. Lopez, M. Diaz and R. Fernandez

Would you say this why 1 in 5 young men are sterile now?
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I really like the agricultural defense coalition. I used duckduckgo as a search engine and found better information from them than on google. I am going all duckduckgo on the chemtrails inquieries for a while. Much better information.

Also If you click on their link at the top of the pages all those studies and articles are linked and ready to click. I don't know why that didn't carry through here but it didn't.
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[link to www.agriculturedefensecoalition.org]


The profound impact of these ever-increasing and highly sophisticated weather experiments and programs are radically changing our climate and local weather conditions in many areas. Your local weathermen are not reporting these events leading many to believe that some man-made weather is either extreme or unusual...thus, the public is unaware of many of these programs.

These exponentially growing programs have no government or public oversight, limited oversight in a very few states which allow them, and no government or public oversight or consent for the rest of them. These programs change the climate, the micro-climates needed for watersheds, negatively impact tree health, and agriculture crop production. NOAA lists some of these programs but most are not listed due to their experimental nature, military classification, university experiments, and failures to notify NOAA by various states, counties, cities, weather modification companies, and private individuals and corporations who may all modifying your weather.


Your local weather forecasters either don't know about or deliverately won't report on ongoing experimental weather modification programs letting the public believe that the weather that they are experiencing is unusual or extremem without identifying any ongoing weather modification programs. These weather modification experiments, if known by the public, could lead to liability lawsuits due to damage caused by these programs to be levied against those conducting these experiments, which include, but are not limited to, private indidivduals, corporations, military experiments, and programs initiated by cities, counties, states, and other government agencies.
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I didn't know chemtrails had anything to do with NWO theories or population control. That's not the way I am going to do this. I do point the finger at Big Pharma for sure. Enjoy the video, it is an old one isn't it?
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– in 1953, the US military releases clouds of zinc cadium sulfide gas over Winnipeg, Canada, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Fort Wayne, the Monocacy River Valley in Maryland, and Leesburg, VA – to determine how efficiently chemical agents can be dispersed;
– in 1953, joint Army-Navy-CIA experiments are conducted in New York and San Francisco – exposing tens of thousands of people to the airborne germs Serratia marcescens and Bacillus glogigii;
– in 1953, the CIA initiates Project MKULTRA – an 11 year research program to produce and test drugs and biological agents that can be used for mind control and behavior modification; unwitting human subjects are used;
– in 1955, the CIA releases bacteria from the Army’s Tampa, FL biological warfare arsenal – to test its ability to infect human populations;
– from 1955 – 1958, the Army Chemical Corps continues LSD research (on over 1000 subjects) – to study its effect as an incapacitating agent;
– in 1956, the US military releases mosquitoes infected with Yellow Fever over Savannah, GA and Avon Park, FL – to test the health effects on victims;
– in 1956, Army Field Manual 27-10, The Law of Land Warfare, specifically states bio-chemical warfare isn’t banned;
– in 1960, the Army Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence authorizes LSD field tested in Europe and the Far East;
– in 1961, the Kennedy administration increases chemical spendingfrom $75 – $330 million; it authorizes Project 112 – a secret program (from 1962 – 1973) to test the effects of biological and chemical weapons on thousands of unwitting US servicemen; Project SHAD was a related project; subjects were exposed to VX, tabun, sarin and soman nerve gases plus other toxic agents;
– in 1962, chemical weapons are loaded on planes for possible use during the Cuban missile crisis;
– in 1966, the New York subway system is used for a germ warfare experiment;
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If history repeats we poison our civilian and military populations now and will also in the future.
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If history repeats we poison our civilian and military populations now and will also in the future.
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I am saying it is now and it is chemtrails and radiation of course.

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