Claims by sources that include the EPA, NOAA, FAA and NASA that contrails, or water vapor trails, may persist for extended periods under conditions of higher relative humidity are taken to task in this Carnicom work. Working from a foundation Carnicom calls the “Relative Humidity Thought Experiment”, Carnicom develops the reality that the rate of evaporation of the contrails is inversely proportional to the humidity in the atmosphere. Carnicom develops a mathematical model to test this idea, and shows that even at high levels of relative humidity, the effect on the evaporation times is generally insignificant and minor. The truth now includes overwhelming evidence that the populace has been systematically subjected to a covert, extensive and sustained project of aircraft aerosol dissemination without their consent.
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.
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.
This page contains an excerpt from the Nuremberg Code, reprinted from Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals. This specifically states that a person exposed to human experimentation should be made aware of such experiments and possible ramifications, and should have the right to refuse being a guinea pig for such experiments.
Link to separate page hosting java applet featuring pH Rainfall test data.
Additional fiber samples were sent to Carnicom that were found in Diamond Springs, California, Rancho Murietta, California, and Folsom, California. The material in these samples appears to be identical to that analyzed and documented previously. These samples also appear to be identical to those samples sent to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the agency that refuses to identify the material in the samples. Photos of these samples are shown in this paper.
This paper discusses the statistical significance of the measured startling changes in the hydrogen ion concentration in the clouds, precipitation, rainfall in the years from 1990-2000 in the United States. These atmospheric changes are correlated directly with the presence of sustained and extensive aircraft aerosol operations since the beginning of 1999.
This paper outlines the 20 fold increase in the concentration of hydroxide ion concentration in the atmosphere of the United States. Recent and preliminary pH test data from across the nation indicates that this increase has happened when comparing baseline data from 1990-1999 data with that of 1999. This significant change in a relatively short time frame has major implications for both the chemistry and biology of the nation and the planet at large.
This paper discusses a preliminary model developed in order to estimate the length of time required for ‘normal’ contrails to dissipate. The model developed agrees extremely well with historical behavior and observation of contrails. Conclusions that result from the study of this model include the expected rate of water vapor based contrails, and that the rates of dissipation for normal contrails are based on the size of ice crystal particulates and amount of solar radiation. A further conclusion drawn is that if an observed contrail does not conform to the model, it is likely that the material of emission is not water vapor.
Further exploring the need for increased testing of rainwater for pH is the subject of this paper. Eight conditions for identifying components of aerosol particulates are presented as hypotheses that if proven true will help identify these particulates being salts and trace metals such as barium and strontium.
This paper makes the case for increased testing of pH levels in in rainwater by US citizens. At this point, there are indications that significant alterations in atmospheric chemistry have occurred due to aerosol operations. A pH test from Santa Fe, New Mexico yielded a fairly significant deviation from what was expected and is presented as an additional reason for rainwater testing.
This paper shows comparisons of average measured rainfall pH levels across many different areas in the US during the years 1990, 1999, and 2000. There are small differences in average rainfall pH levels across the nation when the years 1990 and 1999 are compared for each region measured, but the year 2000 shows significant increases in pH levels over both years 1990 and 1999, with some increases upwards of 73% in the year 2000 over earlier 1990 levels. This depicts a large change in atmospheric chemistry across many regions of the US in 2000 over earlier years.