A series of qualitative chemical tests and deductions performed by Clifford Carnicom now confirm without doubt the presence of significant amounts of barium within atmospheric samples. Citizens may now begin the process of collecting the sample materials for formal submission to public environmental agencies and private labs for identification. Presented in this work is a detailed analysis of how these results were obtained. The most reasonable hypothesis at this point is that the original compound collected by various methods is a barium oxide form. This compound readily combines with water to form barium hydroxide. Ionizing plate filters and fiber filters both appear to be successful at accumulating the solid form of this metallic salt. Solubility, pH, precipitation, chromatography, electrode, electrolysis, flame, spectroscopy and spectroscopy comparison tests all support the conclusion within this report that significant levels of barium compounds have been verified to exist and are now to be examined in the atmospheric sampling process.
This report corroborates, at an elevated level, the previous research that is available on this site. Readers may wish to peruse the previous papers on this topic: ’ELECTROLYSIS AND BARIUM’ (dated May 27, 2002), and ’SUBMICRON PARTICULATES ISOLATED’ (dated April 26, 2004).
Clifford Carnicom discusses preliminary findings that show an estimate of the volume of barium particulates in the atmosphere; a level that far exceeds the limit of human exposure to airborne contaminants. Soluble forms of barium are highly toxic, and are on par with the toxicity levels of arsenic. The maximum allowable limit for human exposure to barium atmospheric contaminants is 0.5 ppm; the current test result indicates that this limit may be exceeded by a factor of approximately eight times. Public environmental agencies are advised to begin the process of replicating the test methods to confirm or refute the results that have been established.
Further microscopy analysis of biological materials collected with HEPA air filters is presented here, as a continuation of roughly five years of similar study by Clifford Carnicom. Pictures of biological growths in petri dishes after various incubation periods are attached for consideration by others in identifying these biologicals. Of note is the striking difference between the control group growth, which remains constant over time, and the cultures developed from HEPA-weak saline solution that continue to flourish.
Current research involves a process of collection of atmospheric samples with the use of a plate ionizing filter from a citizen’s HEPA filter. This material is unusual in nature and is composed of two primary forms : fairly uniform fibrous and crystalline/powder materials. This material has been collected, placed into solution and subjected to electrolysis. A definite and repeatable chemical reaction does take place, which results in the formation of a highly insoluble precipitate. The best current analysis of that material positively identifies the existence of a metallic salt. The best analysis of the nature of that metallic salt is that of a barium compound which releases positive metallic ions in solution. In addition, direct visible observation of the precipitate under extremely high magnification detects the presence of reasonably uniform spherical sub-micron particulates within the electrolysis result. The specific gravity of these particulates is greater than that of water. Pictures of these samples are attached in this work. It has long been postulated that the size of the aerosols under examination is in the sub-micron range, and that extremely high magnification will be necessary for detection. The size range of the aerosols has previously been estimated at approximately 0.5 microns in size as a result of atmospheric light effects; this conforms to the current observations.
The presence of barium as well as other metallic particulates in our atmosphere has now been demonstrated through a variety of testing methods in direct association with aircraft aerosol operations. The method presented here has the potential of providing a simple and verifiable method to provide further evidence of criminal operations that continue to be conducted. Using the box fan filter described in the previous Carnicom paper titled “INEXPENSIVE FILTRATION“ , pieces of the filter materials from both indoor and outdoor samples are cut into small pieces and soaked in distilled water and rung out into glass dishes. These solutions are then subjected to electrolysis, using a six-volt lantern battery with copper electrodes. After approximately 24-48 hours, a precipitate forms in the dishes that is further subjected to examination. At this point, a series of observations and tests are performed that show the precipitate to be barium sulphate…which is a grave concern to all citizens around the globe.
The participation of independent professionals and researchers is again called for to substantiate or refute the current endeavors, as the consequences of these findings, if confirmed, pose significant health risks to the public at large.
Included here is a homemade filtration device (a box fan with a furnace filter attached) that is effective in filtering particulates down to 5-1- microns in size. Though not intended to be a substitute for a HEPA filter (filtration down to .3 microns), this construct is a simple and inexpensive means to improve air quality in a room or other controlled environment. Pictures of the filter after being use for up to 6 weeks are included.
The mortality statistics in the US for 1999 have been released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on June 26, 2001. The results of this report beg these questions (and others): 1)Why is one of the 5 leading causes of death no “Chronic lower respiratory disease”? 2)Why was the former leading death category “Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and allied conditions” changed for the 1999 data to now read “Chronic lower respiratory disease”? Included here are pictures of HEPA filters from a house air filter showing particulates and matter on the filters.
More photographs of rainwater concentrate as viewed under a microscope are presented here as a complement to investigations recently presented on the Carnicom.com website (see previous RAINWATER METALS, CRYSTAL CHEMISTRY, and RAINWATER SAMPLES: MICROSCOPE VIEWS papers). These photographs depict primarily a log of recurring structures which are found under various conditions, rather than an analysis of such structures. These structures in these microscope pictures appear to be fibers, metal oxides, and other unidentified materials.
All citizens are urged to participate in the process of further collection of rainfall samples, subsequent distillation or concentration and the identification of material substances within. Any assistance provided by other researchers or sources is welcome.
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.
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.