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From Chemtrail Tracking USA
Posted on behalf of Rick Moors
by CE Carnicom
Sept 25 2002


From: rick_m_la
Date: Wed Sep 25, 2002 6:02 pm
Subject: Feinstein changes her form letter

This is what I got from her today, along with my reply.

Dear Mr. Moors:

Thank you for contacting me about jet emissions and their effect upon the environment.

I welcome the opportunity to respond to your concerns.

As you know, there is ongoing research regarding the environmental effects of vapor trails left by aircraft. These vapor trails arise from a mix of water, pollution particles, and atmospheric conditions. Evidence has been found that these vapor trails may contribute to global warming. Over the last decade, air traffic has risen substantially and consequently the amount of pollution from air transportation has increased.

I support further studies to determine the effects these vapor trails have upon the environment and global warming. The United Nations and NASA are carefully evaluating the effects aircraft emissions have upon the environment. I look forward to hearing their findings.

Please know I will continue to monitor the situation regarding contrails and look forward to seeing more information from studies that are currently being conducted.

Again, thank you for your letter. I hope you will continue to write me about issues that are important to you. If you have any additional comments or questions, please feel free to contact my Washington, D.C. staff at (202)224-3841.

Sincerely yours,

Dianne Feinstein
United States Senator

Dear Senator Feinstein,

Thanks for getting back to me about the “contrails.” I have noticed that your form letter has changed. This one has a much more “folksy” feel to it, almost like you’re sitting right across from listening attentively. I like it much better that the stiff, authoritarian one you keep forwarding from the Air Force.

I have a few questions regarding your reply:

>>I welcome the opportunity to respond to your concerns.<<

Excellent! Can you use your influence to obtain random samples of JP-8 military jet fuel? For some reason the EPA quit publishing records of it’s components in 1998. Also if JP-4 is still being used we would need samples of that as well. Surely the military has nothing to hide and would welcome random sampling of their jet fuel if it would keep us chemtrail nuts quiet. Also, can you possibly arrange for random air sampling to be done in the larger California cities? We would be looking specifically for elevated levels of barium and aluminum. If independent labs could show no increased levels of these metals, then you and the Air Force would have some real ammo to debunk us.

>>>As you know, there is ongoing research regarding the environmental effects of vapor trails left by aircraft.<<

I’m confused as to which research you are talking about. The real research such as done by citizens like Clifford Carnicom, or the latest NASA disinformation campaign in which scientists “suddenly” discovered the impact of this new brand of “lingering” jet contrail which mysteriously appeared in the late ’90’s. They need to hire fewer scientists and better P.R. people if they expect people to swallow this hogwash.

If you are interested in reading some real research I suggest you start here: [Editors Note: or]

>>>I support further studies to determine the effects these vapor trails have upon the environment and global warming.<<<

The NASA “research” you mentioned stated that these persistent contrails were comprised of ice crystals. We contend that there is more than ice crystals up there. This is another situation which could be easily cleared up if you actually TOOK AIR SAMPLES of various types of persistent contrails to determine what if any additional “pollution” might be causing this pronounced “climate mitigating effect?” Is this idea so simplistic that the rocket scientists have not thought to do this? It seems to me that if they were serious about this study, one of the first things they would do is to analyze and publish a list of the contents of these “vapor trails.” Like you, I am eagerly awaiting the results of such a study.


Rick Moors


Readers may also wish to review a previous summary of correspondence
by Rick Moors in April of 2001 at the following page: