It is now established that the spokesperson for the United States Air Force chosen to issue an edict on the aerosol issue is a Master Intelligence Officer Lt. Col. Michael Gibson. Readers may judge for themselves the veracity of the proclamations by Lt. Gibson by reviewing his historical record of evidence and documentation on the aerosol issue, by reading previous Carnicom papers titled ’AIR FORCE LIES TO AMERICA’ (dated September 11, 2000), ’A RESPONSE TO LT. COL. MICHAEL GIBSON USAF FORCE’ (dated September 13, 2000), ’AIR FORCE INCREASES RANK OF LIE’ (dated May 22, 2001), and ’OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS’ (dated August 20, 2003).
Stories of three different scenarios where testing laboratories terminated services for those seeking knowledge of the makeup of samples sent to them are told in this paper. One was for a concerned citizen who had a rainwater sample tested, and had sent the results to Clifford Carnicom, which were published on the Carnicom website. After publication, this particular lab refused to do further testing for this individual, and gave no indication as to why they had made such a decision. Carnicom himself had a similar situation occur when he had an atmospheric fiber sample tested by a different lab...services were terminated when the results of the lab report were challenged and refuted in a personal visit by this Carnicom. Upon making the first two of nine contradictions known to the principal of that company, this owner stated that "this discussion is now over".
A third encounter happened when the career of a state criminal forensic scientist was threatened when an interest was expressed by that individual to assist in the identification of a certain atmospheric fibrous sample. It was stated in that case that the career of that individual and all post-retirement benefits of the forensicist would be terminated if any involvement in identification were to take place. The act of laboratory identification was never completed.
Partial German translation of transcript from Aerosol Crimes documentary.
The First Edition of the not-for-profit documentary, entitled "Aerosol Crimes" by Clifford E Carnicom, is now available distributors on this page. The First Edition supersedes and replaces the preview edition that was available throughout 2004. It is requested that all distribution efforts be directed toward obtaining and distributing the First Edition as soon as is practicable. The broadest distribution of the documentary on a global basis is invited and encouraged.
Clifford Carnicom discusses how history will eventually reveal that the United States Air Force is party to another set of falsehoods that attempt to conceal the nature of the aerosol operations, and how these aerosols have now dramatically altered the very nature of the atmosphere in ways that threaten our existence upon this planet. The first tactic of choice by the United States Air Force was an attempt to ridicule the issue by authoritatively declaring it as a "hoax." This complicity has forayed into the arena of brazen propaganda, and is being conducted by another arm of United States "authority", the National Atmospheric and Space Administration (NASA). NASA has recently adopted a public strategy of abusing its position of national and public service by attempting to indoctrinate the citizens, including children, that the aerosol operations are a "normal" and expected consequence of daily life and aircraft. NASA has recently adopted a public strategy of abusing its position of national and public service by attempting to indoctrinate the citizens, including children, that the aerosol operations are a "normal" and expected consequence of daily life and aircraft. Readers should note that a not-for-profit documentary, entitled "Aerosol Crimes" by Clifford E. Carnicom, is now available by visiting the Carnicom paper titled ’DOCUMENTARY FIRST EDITION IS AVAILABLE’ (dated December 20, 2004). This documentary may be copied in its entirety and freely distributed.
There is an indication that Clifford Carnicom’s phone has been tapped, based on anomalous and unusual phone activity that he has noticed discussed here. Carnicom also mentions his desire to make a video documentary on aerosol operations and associated research, eliciting video, pictures or other source material or documents for inclusion into this documentary by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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