The abysmal failure of governments to serve the duty of stopping the directed aerosol and biological operations upon the planet's populace necessitates an appeal here for high level research and activism in numerous scientific and social disciplines by independent professionals. The areas of concern regarding these aerosol programs at this time include, but are not limited to, the geophysical energy implications of a changing earth momentum from such operations; solar energy influx and artificial energy sources of great magnitude, such as the HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) facility; and biological effects on living organisms. Considering the utter failure on the part of governments to even acknowledge these programs and their disastrous effects on the planet, it is required that independent, private and non-profit interests assume the role of investigating, researching, and alerting the world's population when a case for environmental and biological peril exists. It is not wise to think that unlimited time for organization of these efforts exists, and that there will be no consequence if the operations do not cease.
This work details an analysis made that indicates that one of the primary applications of the aerosol operations is likely to involve the advanced use of radar technology for military purposes. Discussion ensues of the definition of plasma, with plasma being an ionized gas consisting of ions and free electrons distributed over a region in space. The effect of aerosol operations can lead to no other logical conclusion except that the lower atmosphere itself has been altered to a plasma state. The importance of the concept of ‘plasma frequency’ is outlined in a quote from Richard Feynman: “This natural resonance of a plasma has come interesting effects. For example, if one tries to propagate a radio wave through the ionosphere, one finds that it can penetrate only if its frequency is higher than the plasma frequency. Otherwise the signal is reflected back. We must use high frequencies if we wish to communicate with a satellite in space. On the other hand, if we wish to communicate with a radio station beyond the horizon, we must use frequencies lower than the plasma frequency, so that the signal will be reflected back to earth.” A detailed discussion of the calculations of the plasma frequency for the ionosphere ensues in this work that supports the notion that a significant application of the aerosol operations may well involve the propagation of radio waves over extended distances. There are numerous military and electromagnetic propagation applications that become evident from this finding.
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.