CORRESPONDENCE SENT TO
MAHATMA GHANDI UNIVERSITY
Clifford E Carnicom
Jan 07 2006
Edited March 08 2006
Notes as of March 08, 2006:
Additional information is now available at the following linked page at Mahatma Gandhi University:
An introductory excerpt from this page follows:
Original Notes on Jan 07 2006 follow:
An attempt has been made to send the following correspondence to Mahatma Gandhi University at the following address obtained at the India Study Center website : firstname.lastname@example.org. A second email has been sent to announce that this correspondence is being made public. Both emails have been returned with an unknown host error, and correspondence has therefore not been completed. In the interim until communication has been ensured, this communication is being made available to the public.
To Godfrey Louis and Santosh Kumar from Clifford E Carnicom:
This email muist be delivered to:
To Godfrey Louis and Santosh Kumar,
Please confirm that you receive this email and that this delivery has taken place. I have just read a report regarding your research at the university. This report is now at:
I think that it is appropriate that I refer you to research that I have been involved in as a citizen for the the last 6-7 years. This research is at:
Please pay attention to the numerous articles on the detection of aerosolized cellular structures in airborne samples. Best analysis thus far involves what appears to be a dessicated form of erythrocyte,and there may also be an association with stem cells. My work is centered on a covert operation such that the flow of information on it in the United States is highly "managed." There may be a relationship between my research and yours. I hope that you will take the time to investigate this topic, but it is thus far impossible to make any progress on it within the United States acting from a citizen capacity. I have also produced a documentary that may beworth viewing; it is available from the public domain at:
This is a managed and controlled topic of discussion in the United States. It must be assumed now in this country that communication on this topic is monitored. I hope that you are able to make further progress. Thank you.
Clifford E Carnicom
Appreciation is extended to Jeff Rense (www.rense.com) for making the research results from Mahatma Ghandi University available to the public.
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