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Italian Chemtrail Forum

Unread postby NatureisMad » Sat Aug 25, 2007 1:21 am

link to Italian chemtrail forum:

I see there is a section right there for UFO's. I wonder why this spraying is so automatically thrown right in the mix with the way far-out stuff like ET's, flying saucers, & mind control stuff? Is it unavoidable? Hmm.
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Unread postby Don Smith » Sat Aug 25, 2007 4:03 am

UFO/chemtrails= GOP/Jesus
Don Smith

Unread postby socrates » Sat Aug 25, 2007 12:03 pm

NatureisMad wrote:
Post subject: link down again?

"And from this source we find out who Mr. Stewart got his information from:
Trail of Conspiracy- The Vancouver Courier by Robin Brunet."
{broken link}

Does this link give a screen with anything for anybody?

I get a 404 from Canada.com.
The irony is that even though this was a debunking article, there were
some solid details given on what "authorities" said to Terry Stewart.
Not sure what is going on with this.
Same as with Will Thomas taking down his place.
Very odd indeed.

Just tried to google to find the cache. No such luck.
Maybe if I tried harder, it could be found.
Saw a link to our place.
Strange how The Vancouver Courier has gone awol.

ink to Italian chemtrail forum:

I see there is a section right there for UFO's. I wonder why this spraying is so automatically thrown right in the mix with the way far-out stuff like ET's, flying saucers, & mind control stuff? Is it unavoidable? Hmm.


Don Smith wrote:UFO/chemtrails= GOP/Jesus

Yikes Don, don't want to be reminded of those stupid SAT tests.
just kidding.
good analogy.

Here's another one:
Hippies/smelly=Conservatives/ethical=social engineering, i.e. astroturfing
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Intensive Chemtrail Footage Buried By Montreal's TVA News

Unread postby socrates » Thu Oct 11, 2007 12:47 am

It appears that a major chemtrail attack videotaped by station TVA in Montreal, Canada was scrubbed from being aired. We must keep the pressure on. A critical mass of awareness of chemtrails is intensifying.

Added: September 13, 2007
From: geofocus:
Montréal was under heavy chemtrails spraying! TVA news covered the story but did not broadcast it?! They are either really dumb or under control.










montrealdrum (6 days ago)

Ya I meet the guy from TVA and he said that every one wanted to broadcast it but the heads of TVA would not allow it. Fucked up **** people, Fucked up...

TUMNIAISETU (2 weeks ago)
Bravo Geo !
Nice job you did with that.
I'll be posting it everywhere I can.
Stop looking down at your cellphones and LOOK UP AT OUR WHITENING SKIES!

geofocus (2 weeks ago)
Winnipeg 1953 first tests...

evolution quebec dot com

TheUnnamable13 (3 weeks ago)
There's alot out in the Eastern Townships too. Today was really clear and they were at it all day!
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Unread postby socrates » Thu Nov 01, 2007 12:55 am

The Vancouver Courier article can be found via the wayback machine.

{on edit- links to Courier articles in the wayback machine can be found earlier in this thread.}


High levels of barium are being found.
Chronic barium intoxication disrupts sulphated proteoglycan synthesis: a hypothesis for the origins of multiple sclerosis.
Purdey M.

High level contamination by natural and industrial sources of the alkali earth metal, barium (Ba) has been identified in the ecosystems/workplaces that are associated with high incidence clustering of multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurodegenerative diseases such as the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Analyses of ecosystems supporting the most renowned MS clusters in Saskatchewan, Sardinia, Massachusetts, Colorado, Guam, NE Scotland demonstrated consistently elevated levels of Ba in soils (mean: 1428 ppm) and vegetation (mean: 74 ppm) in relation to mean levels of 345 and 19 ppm recorded in MS-free regions adjoining. The high levels of Ba stemmed from local quarrying for Ba ores and/or use of Ba in paper/foundry/welding/textile/oil and gas well related industries, as well as from the use of Ba as an atmospheric aerosol spray for enhancing/refracting the signalling of radio/radar waves along military jet flight paths, missile test ranges, etc. It is proposed that chronic contamination of the biosystem with the reactive types of Ba salts can initiate the pathogenesis of MS; due to the conjugation of Ba with free sulphate....

Is this chemtrail fallout?

oct 11-12 Chemweb and Chemballs Magnification

Ok, a while back I said I have only seen webstrands a few times. I meant to say "chemballs" as the videographer calls them. Yes, I saw "chemballs" once. Those are not flies. The webstrands I believe are also real and can be seen with the right angles and lighting. While this probably makes me look naive, I don't care. Chemtrails are real and so is the fact that they eventually reach the ground.
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Dr. Bob Fitrakis: Please Expose The Chemtrails

Unread postby socrates » Wed Nov 14, 2007 9:42 pm

{The following is reprinted for educational purposes}

Stormy Weather -
The Government's Top-Secret
Efforts To Control Mother Nature

By Bob Fitrakis and Fritz Chess
December 6, 2001

With the grounding of virtually all civilian air flights in the immediate aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the bizarre speculation about what's happening in North American air space heightened. Columbus Alive received numerous citizen reports concerning airplanes "spraying" or leaving behind mysterious "chemtrails" or "contrail grids" in the sky. Some feared we were under biochemical attack while others postulated we were being inoculated against anthrax or some other biochemical hazard.

During a flight to Phoenix in early October, a Columbus Alive reporter noted that air traffic was like a nest of hornets over southwest Ohio and Indiana, with jets spraying everywhere. One plane appeared to be a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker, a refueling plane.

What's the difference between a "chemtrail" and a normal contrail (or vapor trail), the wisps of condensation you expect to see in a jet's wake? Typically contrails can only form at temperatures below negative-76 degrees Fahrenheit and at humidity levels of 70 percent or more at high altitudes, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration meteorologist Thomas Schlattes. Even in most ideal conditions, a jet contrail lasts no more than 30 minutes.

So what are the big, bilious trails that seem to hang indefinitely and slowly feather out and appear to turn into cirrus clouds? Or the contrails seemingly purposely splayed over cities in geometrically precise grid patterns? These are "chemtrails," and the mystery of their source and purpose has been fueling increasing speculation among government skeptics and on watchdog websites like chemtrailcentral.com, chemtrail.com and carnicom.com.

For the past decade, the official government response to inquiries about the jet contrails appearing across the continent is to attribute the phenomenon to increased commercial air traffic. In 1997, the Christian Science Monitor reported the government's claim that the jet contrails were actually causing clouds to form.

Yet, in the month after the attack on the World Trade Center, there was very little commercial airline traffic and virtually no private civilian air flights. Still, white jets billowing lingering plumes frequently appeared in the skies over Columbus. An Alive reporter, using high-quality binoculars, could see that some of the white planes had orange markings. In addition to Stratotankers, KC-10 Extenders, another refueling plane, appeared to be used for spraying.

There's nothing new about these sightings. It may seem to be the stuff of X-Files-style paranoia or grist for conspiracy theorists (and skeptics like Jay Reynolds, writing at goodsky.homestead.com, have made thorough attempts to debunk the theories). But as chemtrail sightings become more common, mainstream scientists (and the mainstream press) are taking note. One scientist familiar with chemtrail experiments even agreed to speak with Columbus Alive (though he refused to allow his name to be used), saying that public disclosure of the experiments is inevitable and maybe imminent. The Canadian Ottawa Citizen reported a "fervor over chemtrails" on May 16: "What one sees here reflects sightings across North America." The Citizen noted, "West Quebec Post publisher Fred Ryan reports that his readers have been photographing and comparing them [pictures of chemtrails], and such manifestations are listed on the web."

"Ground fallout [from the chemtrails] analyzed in the United States contained carcinogens and bacteria. Coincidentally in the past decade, most jet fuel was re-engineered to reduce fire hazards by adding a long-banned pesticide, which was reportedly also found in gel samples from chemtrails. Also found were toxic micro-fibers, much finer than asbestos," the Citizen wrote.

Chemtrail sightings have been reported in 14 NATO nations. Investigative reporter William Thomas notes that "Croatian chemtrails began the day after that country joined NATO."

Which begs one simple question: Why?

Explanations range from chemtrails' use in military communications applications to scientific experiments designed to control the weather, thwarting global warming or relieving droughts.

A scientist working at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, who insisted on anonymity, told Columbus Alive that two different secret projects have been conducted. One involved cloud creation experiments to lessen the effect of global warming. The other involved radiation reflection off clouds in conjunction with the military's High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Alaska.

The scientist claims that the two most common substances being sprayed into chemtrails are aluminum oxide and barium stearate. When you see planes flying back and forth marking parallel lines, X-patterns and grids in a clear sky, that's aluminum oxide, according to the scientist. The goal is to create an artificial sunscreen to reflect solar radiation back into space to alleviate global warming.

In some cases, barium may be sprayed in a similar manner for the purpose of "high-tech 3-D radar imaging. The barium can be used for a 'wire' to shoot an electromagnetic beam through to take 3-D images of the ground far over the horizon," according to the scientist.

Thomas, writing in the November-December 2001 issue of NEXUS New Times magazine, essentially confirmed this assessment of the activities at the Dayton air base. "The barium spread in exercises conducted out of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base acts as an electrolyte, enhancing conductivity of radar and radio waves," Thomas reported. "Wright-Pat has also long been deeply engaged in HAARP's electromagnetic warfare program."

Ken Caldeira, a scientist at Lawrence Livermore Labs and one of the country's leading experts on weather modification, conducted the original computer modeling for the use of aluminum oxide to fight global warming. He told Columbus Alive, "We originally did this study to show that this program [using massive spraying for weather modification] shouldn't be done," due to negative health effects. Caldeira said there are persistent rumors that the Bush administration will announce geo-engineering weather modification projects this spring. Caldeira sees this as "political suicide."

Patenting Mother Nature

The amount of information available on weather modification and defense applications surrounding the HAARP project proves that chemtrails aren't so secret after all. Public documents have trickled out of government offices and committees for the last 50 years. And the most valuable cache of data about weather-control efforts is freely available from a very reliable source: the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Throughout the Cold War, both the United States and the Soviet Union actively investigated the military use of weather modification. In 1958, Captain Howard T. Orville served as the White House's chief advisor on weather modification. He publicly admitted that the military was studying "ways to manipulate the charges of the earth and sky and so affect the weather through electronic beams to ionize and de-ionize the atmosphere."

Professor Gordon J.F. MacDonald, serving on the President's Science Advisory Committee in 1966, frequently published papers on the military use of weather modification. In the book Unless Peace Comes, MacDonald titled a chapter "How To Wreck The Environment." He described the military applications of weather modification including climate change, melting the polar ice caps, techniques for depleting the ozone layer over the enemy, engineering earthquakes, manipulating ocean waves and using the earth's energy fields for brain wave manipulation.

"The key to geophysical warfare is the identification of environmental instabilities to which the addition of a small amount of energy would release vastly greater amounts of energy," MacDonald commented.

In the early 1970s, the U.S. Congressional Subcommittee on Oceans and International Environment held investigative hearings on the military's research into weather and climate modification. The committee's findings were shocking at the time, including detailed plans for creating tidal waves through the coordinated use of nuclear weapons.

A 1977 United Nations treaty, The Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of the Environmental Modification Techniques, prohibited "the use of techniques that would have widespread, long-lasting or severe effects through deliberate manipulation of natural processes and cause such phenomena as earthquakes, tidal waves and changes in climate and weather patterns."

The revival of the Cold War during the Reagan years produced a slew of new inventions in the area of weather modification. Presumably to cool off the earth, an August 1982 patent, number 4347284, outlined plans to produce a "White covered sheet material capable of reflecting ultraviolet rays" from the sun.

Numerous other patents attempted to perfect "aerial spraying of liquids," like patent number 4412654, registered in November 1983: "A laminar microjet atomizer and method of aerial spraying involved the use of a streamlined body having a slot in the trailing edge thereof to afford a quiescent zone within the [airplane] wing and into which liquid for spraying is introduced."

Not to be outdone, a patent was filed in July 1986 detailing a "Liquid propane generator for cloud-seeding apparatus." The abstract reads: "Apparatus is provided for release of liquid propane from the holding chamber of a cloud-seeding rocket." A new and improved "liquid atomizing apparatus for aerial spraying" was patented in August 1990. "The generator is driven from a power take-off from the engine of the spraying aircraft, a drive assembly includes a device for controlling the speed of the generator relative to speed of the engine," reads patent number 4948050.

The breakup of the Soviet Union in the 1990s ushered in brave new opportunities in weather modification. The New York Times reported on September 24, 1992, that a Russian company was openly selling electronic equipment to manipulate the weather in a specific area. The Times noted that certain Russian farmers used the weather-control technology to alter the climate for better crop yields.

A little over a month later, the Wall Street Journal reported that Russian company Elate Intelligence Technologies Inc. was selling weather-control equipment using the slogan "Weather made to order." The Journal quoted Igor Pirogoff as saying that Hurricane Andrew, which did an estimated $17 billion in damage, could have been turned "into a wimpy little squall" by his company.

South Africa's Water Resource Commission admitted to being involved in the actual testing of "hygroscopic seeding particles from a seeding flare" in an October 1994 patent: "In a confidential technical trial which was conducted on a small isolated cloud formation above the Nelspriut area in the Transvaal province of the Republic of South Africa, two flares were ignited electrically from inside the aircraftto produce rain."

Russia's open selling of former Soviet military weather modification devices often made for interesting news stories. "Malaysia to battle smog with cyclones" is a headline in the November 13, 1997, Wall Street Journal. "The plan calls for the use of new Russian technology to create cyclones-the giant storms also known as typhoons and hurricanes-to cause torrential rains washing the smoke out of the air," the Journal reported.

By 1997, the great global reinsurance firms-the companies that insure the insurers, like the Swiss Reinsurance Company and Lloyd's of London-were complaining publicly of global warming and the added risk of climate-related insurance losses. Beating the drum in the U.S. for weather-modification technology to combat global warming was none other than the father of the H-bomb, Edward Teller. His public interest in the issue coincided with the December 1997 Kyoto Conference on global warming and greenhouse gas emissions.

In April this year, the New York Times described Teller as director emeritus of the Livermore Weapons Laboratory and "an ardent advocate of the Reagan administration's Star Wars anti-missile plan and, more recently, has promoted the idea of manipulating the earth's atmosphere to counteract global warming."

The U.S. Air Force admitted to CNN in July that it had broken up a storm over the Atlantic using products made by a company called Dyn-O-Mat. The company's website, dynomat.com, lists "environmental absorbent products" such as Dyn-O-Drought and Dyn-O-Storm.

As recently as November 13, another patent was filed outlining a "method of modifying weather." The abstract reads: "The polymer is dispersed into the cloud and the wind of the storm agitates the mixture causing the polymer to absorb the rain. This reaction forms a gelatinous substance which precipitate to the surface below. Thus, diminishing the cloud's ability to rain."

Sunbury resident Dan King remembers a stormy day in July when he was driving on a newly resurfaced section of I-71 and "the rainwater looked like dish soap water on the highway. I thought it was just from the resurfacing," he said, "but when I got out in the country I saw the same thing. Piles of suds at the side of the road."

The scientist who works at Wright-Patterson told Alive that barium stearate is basically a soap bonded to a metal and could have produced the soapy rain.

It's impossible to know which chemicals are being sprayed or for what reason since, according to the government, chemtrails don't exist. But, increasingly, government skeptics and other watchdogs are demanding to know if chemtrail spraying poses any health risks.

In his NEXUS New Times article, William Thomas wrote, "Chemtrails can cause drought by soaking up all available moisture, and drooping chemical curtains fall through vast colonies of UV-mutated bacteria, viruses and fungi living in the upper atmosphere. Could these malevolent micro-organisms be piggy-backing on the plumes?"

Thomas suggests that the spraying following September 11 has nothing to do with a deliberate biological attack or the inoculation of the American public. Rather, it's simply an ongoing attempt by humans to fool with Mother Nature.

First published December 6, 2001 Copyright © 2001 Columbus Alive, Inc. All rights reserved.

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British Politician Investigating Chemtrails

Unread postby socrates » Thu Dec 27, 2007 2:38 pm

This is South Devon.co.uk
Herald Express
01 December 2007

Totnes mp Anthony Steen is launching his own investigation into an international conspiracy theory following fears that South Devon is being poisoned by a toxic cocktail of chemicals being rained down from the skies.

Retired schoolteacher Christopher Cooper has appealed for help from the MP after claiming he has spotted numerous aircraft leaving 'chemtrails' - plumes of an unknown mixture of chemicals - in deliberate grid patterns across the skies over Torbay, Newton Abbot and Totnes.He is so concerned that he has spent £200 on building his own 'chemtrail buster' out of six foot long copper pipes laid out in a special matrix he claims helps disperse the chemicals above his Littlehempston home.

Now Mr Steen has said he plans to question defence and aviation experts over the 'chemtrails' theory.

And if he still has worries after that, he plans to put questions to Secretary of State for Defence Des Browne.

Mr Steen said: "I am making my own inquiries about these allegations because I need to find out whether they have any substance.

"I am making inquiries with a number of experts before putting anything to the Secretary of State."

He said he had not come across the 'chemtrail' concerns before and added: "I take every constituent's allegations and concerns seriously until proven otherwise.

"I always think they are right and what they are saying must be investigated.

"I take this very seriously. I will be making the appropriate inquiries and once I have done so I will decide how best to pursue the matter."

The 'chemtrail' conspiracy theory surfaced in the mid to late 1990s and claims that some trails left behind high altitude jet aircraft are different in appearance and quality from those of normal contrails, may be composed of harmful chemicals, and are being deliberately produced, and covered up by the government.

The reason why is unclear although suggestions have included secret efforts to control the weather - in particular global warming - biological warfare, a sophisticated radar system, some sort of mind control or even occult purposes.

Mr Cooper, who used to teach at the Rudolf Steiner School at Dartington until his retirement, wrote to Mr Steen expressing his concerns about 'the 'chemtrails' which criss cross the skies over the South Hams on many days, especially early in the morning'.

He warned the MP: "The 'chemtrails' stay in the sky for several hours and are placed there on a planned grid."

He said there had been reports of such trails in other parts of the UK as well as Europe and the USA.

He has asked Mr Steen to question the Ministry of Defence and ask for a reason for the 'chemtrails', how much is such an operation costing taxpayers, what other government ministries are in the know and 'who authorised the campaign to drench the atmosphere with what appears to be toxic chemicals which may have a very adverse effect on the population's health'.

He said that websites claim the 'chemtrails' contain traces of barium salts, aluminium, sodium hydroxide, calcium, magnesium and 'even some radioactive thorium have been reported in the USA'.

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Politicians Adrian Sanders, Bob Spink also entered questions into the public record.

Dutch interrogation of chemtrails presented to the European Parliament.
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Morgellons in the News

Unread postby socrates » Thu Jan 17, 2008 12:58 pm

The emergence of Morgellons could have everything to do with chemtrails. It definitely has been used for the chemtrails are kooky script. I found this article at The Raw Story. They have two separate sections for comments. One is moderated, while the other is a sewer pit for paid fakes and trolls.

U.S. to study bizarre medical condition

U.S. Orders Study of Bizarre Morgellons Condition; Patients Claim Threads Sprout From Sores

AP News
Jan 16, 2008

It sounds like a freakish ailment from a horror movie: Sores erupt on your skin, mysterious threads pop out of them, and you feel like tiny bugs are crawling all over you. Some experts believe it's a psychiatric phenomenon, yet hundreds of people say it's a true physical condition. It's called Morgellons, and now the government is about to begin its first medical study of it.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is paying California-based health care giant Kaiser Permanente $338,000 to test and interview patients suffering from Morgellons' bizarre symptoms. The one-year effort will attempt to define the condition and better determine how common it is.

The study will be done in northern California, the source of many of the reports of Morgellons (pronounced mor-GELL-uns). Researchers will begin screening for patients immediately, CDC officials said Wednesday. A Kaiser official expects about 150 to 500 study participants.

Morgellons sufferers describe symptoms that include erupting sores, fatigue, the sensation of bugs crawling over them and — perhaps worst of all — mysterious red, blue or black fibers that sprout from their skin. They've documented their suffering on Web sites.

Some doctors believe the condition is a form of delusional parasitosis, a psychosis in which people believe they are infected with parasites.

In the study, volunteers will get blood tests and skin exams, as well as psychological evaluations, said Dr. Michele Pearson, who leads a CDC task force overseeing the study.

Pearson suggested the study will help determine if Morgellons is the same as delusional parasitosis or something new.

Study participants will be drawn from Kaiser's 3.4 million health insurance customers living mainly in the Sacramento and San Francisco areas and as far south as Fresno.

CDC officials acknowledged the study is limited and the results won't give a complete picture of the problem.

Randy Wymore, an Oklahoma State University pharmacologist, who believes the condition is not a psychiatric one, says there is distrust by some Morgellons sufferers toward the new study.

Some of these patients who are Kaiser Permanente members have said they don't like the way they've been treated by Kaiser doctors and probably won't participate, said Wymore, who formerly was a research director for a patient group and hears constantly from Morgellons patients.

"They felt that Kaiser was particularly unreceptive to treating them for anything other than a psychiatric disorder," said Wymore.

A Kaiser official said he had not heard such complaints. No patient will be excluded from participation, even if a doctor previously determined the problem was psychological, said Dr. Joe Selby, director of research for Kaiser Permanente Northern California.

Kaiser researchers will look in their records for previous patients who in the last 18 months reported Morgellons-like symptoms. They will be asked to participate in more medical evaluations.

Any fibers or specks that are collected will be analyzed at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Selby said. Doctors who believe the condition is psychiatric suspect fibers are likely just threads from clothing.

The CDC has been getting more than a dozen calls a week from self-diagnosed Morgellons patients for well over a year, and was urged to investigate by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and others.

Some say they've suffered for decades, but the syndrome did not get a name until 2002, when "Morgellons" was chosen from a 1674 medical paper describing similar symptoms.


Could this have been written by "Louis Aubuchont?"
It sounds like his kind of astroturfing angle.


Or what about this one. The Castro is the homosexual/lesbian section of San Francisco.
Did "Lou/AnnAngryBitch" write the following?


Here's one more example from the comments. This one again has the caps locked.
It froths about mind control and cell towers. I would not be surprised if Morgellons
has to do with chemtrails. But I don't think these kinds of posts help chemtrails awareness.
These posts reek of some form of insidious astroturfing.

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Unread postby socrates » Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:57 pm

I got a funny feeling the following has to do with the chemtrails. I'm not gonna say I'm positive.

Development of a networks-of-zones fluid mixing model for an unbaffled stirred vessel used for precipitation

Chemical Engineering Science
Volume 61, Issue 9, May 2006 Pages 2852-2863
Fluid Mixing VIII International Conference

M. Kagoshima and R. Mann

School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester, Manchester M60 1QD, UK


Reactive acid–alkali tracers have been deployed to capture the macromixing and partial segregation behaviour in an unbaffled stirred vessel. This configuration is often used in precipitators to avoid inadvertent solid accretions on vessel internals. The macromixing behaviour for semi-batch addition with visualisation of reactive (acid–alkali) tracers has been acquired via video images which are rendered visible using phenolphthalein as indicator. By means of visual reality modelling, in which computer graphics are used to reconstruct and closely mimic the experimentally visualised fluid mixing “scenes”, the parameters for a networks-of-zones mixing model for the unbaffled semi-batch case have been established. The model can then be used for predicting precipitation behaviour for single-jet and other modes of operation. Some illustrative examples for barium sulphate, showing the underlying supersaturation fields in 3-D and the consequent time evolving particle size distributions, are presented and discussed for a single jet case.

Keywords: Fluid mixing; Chemical reactors; Stirred vessel; Batch; Precipitation; Particle size distribution


This is who R. Mann works for.




The proof that chemtrails exist is overwhelming. The motive exists. The aspirations of Dr. Evils are well documented. This is not some made up kooky hoax. That there is all the kooky ******** all over the net pertaining to "chemtrails" is further proof that they are for real.

Chemtrails are all about preserving the status quo, climate change, mad science, and the military industrial complex, imho.

A lot of atmospheric scientists appear to be useful idiots. It'd be nice if some of them would start speaking out against the atmospheric manipulations.



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California County Investigating Chemtrails

Unread postby socrates » Sat Aug 09, 2008 11:27 pm

I just found out about this story from the Democratic Underground. There are also reader comments at the following Redding, CA. newspaper link.

'Chemtrails' conspiracy: Shasta board to talk about jets' metal dumping
By Ryan Sabalow
August 5, 2008

A conspiracy theory that says government agencies are using jets to dump poisonous heavy metals into the atmosphere moves today from the realm of late-night talk radio call-in shows to the Shasta County supervisors chambers.

The Shasta County Board of Supervisors, acting as the Air Pollution Control Board, will hear at its 1:30 p.m. meeting a presentation by Dane Wigington and others about "heavy metal contamination" -- referred to by some as the "chemtrails" conspiracy.

Wigington, a 46-year-old renewable energy consultant from Bella Vista, like a growing number of conspiracy theorists, thinks a government cabal is using jets to dump metals into the atmosphere to combat global warming -- or for other, more nefarious purposes.

The theorists say the contrails of the jets provide the most visible evidence of the dumping, since on clear days, the vapor trails are unnaturally slow to dissipate and often appear in gridlike patterns.

But the proof locally is in soil and snow samples, Wigington said.

Area scientists have taken more than 40 samples in the north state, including on the sides of Mt. Shasta, and all of them showed abnormally high levels of heavy metals like aluminum, he said.

The metals are new and in places where they shouldn’t be, he said. The dumping may also be contributing to disastrous weather patterns, Wigington said.

“It’s tough not to connect to that with what happened in June with the 3,000-plus lightning strikes we had,” he said, adding that it’s important the public hear more about the alleged dumpings’ detrimental effects on the environment. “This is certainly a public health hazard.”

Shasta County Supervisor Mark Cibula said he requested that the board discuss the matter after receiving requests from community members.

Other board members also have expressed interest on the topic, he said.

Although he’s not sold on the conspiracy, Cibula said, he thinks it’s appropriate to hear what Wigington’s group has to say.

“Let’s look at the information and see what we’ve got there,” Cibula said.

Reporter Ryan Sabalow can be reached at 225-8344 or at [email protected].

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