Aerosol Asymmetry: Core Tracks & Pulse Observations
A significant set of observations has taken place in May 2007, as another major aerosol operation was conducted over the skies of the Santa Fe, New Mexico region. Pictures taken of this operation, and a more detailed visual examination of some of these emissions have been made than in previous observations; mechanical, artificial and systematic introduction of the aerosols appears evident. There are two primary observed anomalies at this time: the first of these is the presence of what may be referred to as "core tracks" (ribbon-like; possibly filamentous in nature) in the spray lines, and the second is the repeated presence of a characteristic "pulse" emission. The behavior and character of these anomalies is now being presented and an adequate basis for further examination exists with this article. These characteristics are completely out of accordance with any claims of meteorological discontinuities in the atmosphere, any uniform fluid or gas dynamic analysis, and any unmodified combustive process. It is apparent that distributions of discrete material into the atmosphere are taking place.