Employing the method or electrostatic precipitation, a 7th out of 8 atmospheric samples collected in Santa Fe, New Mexico on May 22, 2001, positively identifies erythrocytes (red blood cells) being in the sample. Images of these cells are included in this work, magnified approximately 5000x.
Further testing of air samples from Santa Fe, New Mexico provides positive visual identification of the presence of erythrocytes (red blood cells). The magnification in this analysis (approximately 5000x) makes the case that biological components are now a regular feature of the atmosphere that we all breathe. These red blood cells, along with the particulate matter in the air, make the case for realizing these aerosol programs are crimes of the highest order being perpetrated on innocent citizens.
Electrostatic air samples analyzed on May 1, 2001 and on numerous previous occasions are revealing the repeated presence of what appears to be a eukaryotic, or nucleated cell type. Initial analysis using an oil immersion objective indicates the presence of a nucleus and an internal granulated structure. Professional assistance with identification of the materials being shown is openly and fully requested. Further assistance is required to resolve the questions that are being raised from this finding.
A fifth HEPA filter atmospheric sample taken in Santa Fe, New Mexico on April 8, 2001 demonstrates again the abundant presence of biological components processed by electrostatic precipitation. The biological components appear to satisfy the visual properties of erythrocytes (red blood cells). The images of these biologicals are presented here.
A public appeal remains open for the professional independent evaluation of these materials being identified within atmospheric samples from different geographic regions. There exists an ethical and moral responsibility to the general public for positive identification and testing of the materials which are being found.
Investigation continues into the unexpected and repeated presence of biological components within numerous atmospheric samples recently collected through the use of HEPA filters and the process of electrostatic precipitation. The justification for using stains to detect biologicals in these samples is given, citing the Museum of Science’ website that recommends using stains to detect biologicals, as some biologicals are transparent under a microscope.
A second HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter sample was received from Aspen, Colorado and was analyzed under microscope. This HEPA filter ran for five days approximately 15 feet above ground. This filter shows the frequent presence of biological materials. Visual analysis of the cellular materials appear so show erythrocytes (red blood cells), based on the uniformity, color, size and bi-concave nature of the cells. The results of this analysis show these samples to be exactly identical to the first HEPA filter analysis done in an earlier paper (HEPA BIOLOGICALS CONFIRMED). Two earlier airborne samples of fibrous samples also show the presence of similar biological components.
These results again demonstrate the urgent need for independent, professional and verifiable biological identification and medical analysis of the samples which are being disclosed. Considering these two samples of biologicals are identical, from locations 250 miles apart in the US, obviates the urgency for this sampling process to be extended across the entire nation.
Testing with a standard HEPA air filter revealed the existence of biological components in the atmosphere. The air filter was placed 10 feet off the ground, within a non-agricultural, non-industrial, high desert rural area, and the exposure time for the test was one week. The results of this work indicate biological components which again satisfy all the visual characteristics of red blood cells in air samples taken.
The methods used in this testing of filtering and identification are now available to all citizens with modest means. The identification of the cell types found, and an accountability for their existence is of critical importance to the public welfare, and it is hoped that independent researchers, professionals and activists will contribute to that cause.
This paper discusses the analysis of three atmospheric samples all containing biological components conducted in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2001. Biological components as an aspect of the aerosol operations up to this time have been considered as being of a limited nature, with their significance and relevance to overall agendas remaining unknown. The findings in this paper drastically alter that interpretation, and biological components must now be considered as a major and dominant consideration within the aerosol operations.
The methods of electrostatic precipitation outlined in this paper are now available for all researchers, professionals and activists across the nation to employ. The need to further conduct these tests and to perform the qualifying research is now paramount to the welfare of all citizens.
This work contains fiber samples collected and more pictures of fiber samples that were sent to Carnicom from a witness in Joseph, Oregon on October 2, 2000. These samples are identical in both appearance and characteristic to those discussed in previous Carnicom papers. All four samples collected so far have been reviewed under a microscope, and these new samples are identical to those that were sent to the US EPA. These samples have been found to contain significant biological components.
A gel sample, identical to two others previously identified, is analyzed in this paper. This sample was sent in by a witness who found numerous identical samples in her yard after small planes and helicopters flew over her house just before the samples were found. There appears to be a clear cellular structure in the sample that absorb iodine stain readily and become darkened in color. Reports of serious ill health have been associated with this gel material.
Transparent gel that was sent in and discussed in a previous Carnicom paper named GEL FALLOUT REPORTS, dated April 24, 2000, is pictured and analyzed in this paper. There are three (3) recurring forms or objects that appear in each of three (3) separate slides that were prepared for viewing under a microscope: 1) an unidentified circular cell around 45 microns in diameter; 2) pine pollen, which is identical to the pine pollen found in the previous paper titled INQUIRY: RAINWATER ANALYSIS dated June 27, 2000; and 3) geometrically ribbed linear forms. Numerous pictures are attached to this paper for viewing.
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