An analysis of upper altitude relative humidity data (average relative humidity during this 21 day analysis was 37.5% with a sample standard deviation of 11.7%) in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1999 refutes the argument that such upper atmospheric conditions should allow for persistent contrails and subsequent cloud formations. It is known at this time that relative humidity levels in the upper atmosphere well below 60% will generally produce clear to semi-clear skies, and normal contrails should dissipate quickly under these conditions. However, the series of pictures included in this paper show the spraying of trails becoming long duration persistent cloud formations that should not have been logically possible with such a low relative humidity on these days of testing.
A very interesting yet concerning list of 126 different organizations that had visited the Carnicom website in 1999 is presented in this paper. These include U.S. Government entities such as the Pentagon, Air Force, Army, Navy, NASA, TRW (military contractor), Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed-Martin, Rockwell-Collins, Monsanto, and many more. Many of those listed were repeat visits to the site.
"These pictures were taken from my front yard over a period of 2-3 hours. I tried to snap the same general area of sky so that you can see how the contrails gradually spread out to contribute to the cloud cover."
Please note Section C of this federal statute as highlighted below, which requires PERMISSION FROM EACH SUBJECT in advance of biological testing. Please relay the content of this law accurately to your fellow citizens.
US Code on Human Subjects Testing as REVISED in Nov 1997
U.S. CODE TITLE 50, SECTION 1520(a)
S 1520. Repealed. Pub L. 105-85, Div. A, Title X, S 1078(g), Nov. 18, 1997,
111 Stat. 1916
S 1520a. Restriction on the use of human subjects for testing of chemical or