January-March 2018


Carnicom Institute has recently relocated to southeast Utah. This was a big move for us, requiring a considerable investment of time, energy, and resources. However, the new lab facilities will act as a more permanent location, allowing for expanded research into the environmental and health issues of our times.



During the winter months as we traveled in Arizona, we did not have access to good internet service, but important activities and discoveries took place during these months, including new research into changes in the ionosphere, as well as considerable work on the Carnicom Institute Legacy Project.


Benefits for the public are being developed through the Carnicom Institute Legacy Project (CILP). The Carnicom Institute Legacy Project and the WikiCI.org site have been created to preserve, protect, and distribute the extensive body of work and ongoing research conducted by CI. Steady progress is being made on the conversion of a voluminous set of hand-written laboratory notebooks into digital form. Our goal is to distribute the body of work represented by Carnicom Institute at an international level in a manner that is as compatible, secure, and reliable as possible. Carnicom Institute encourages you to freely mirror this information on various sites and servers across the world.



In-depth research into ionospheric issues continues. Biochemical and microbiological studies will resume during the early summer.




A meeting with activist Matt Landman and a viewing of his documentary “FrankenSkies” before our return to the lab was significant in regard to learning how Matt’s research is related to the work being done by Carnicom Institute. Matt is also putting on his third conference in opposition to geoengineering:


The 3rd Annual Global Summit to Stop Geoengineering

Gallagher Theater—Saturday May 12th, 2018

University of Arizona - Tucson, Arizona


Clifford, along with other activists and researchers, will speak at this conference.


Links that may be of interest in regard to Matt Landman and his work:






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An update as to how donations are being used: We are pleased to note that the infrared spectrometer, a highly important and prized instrument used on thousands of trials and sample analysis, has been sent in for repairs. An osmometer, used to determine concentrations of various and numerous unknowns, is under evaluation and hopefully can be restored to full operation. The website does not exist, of course, without support of donors.

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