This paper outlines how much visibility in our day and night skies has decreased after 4 years of known aerosol spraying programs. By measuring orders of magnitude of the brightness of stars by observation for example, Carnicom presents a mathematical analysis showing a drastic decrease in visibility as a result of the particulates from aerosols obscuring our views of stars. Carnicom’s calculations also show a decrease in visibility in daylight skies from 90-120 miles to around 15 miles.
Research over an extended period of time indicates that there is likely a strong relationship between the appearance of the aerosol operations in a given locale and time and the interaction of the following primary variables: sunspot activity, relative humidity, change in relative humidity and the relative cloud cover. The inclusion of the solar activity within this current examination may be a significant avenue of research that establishes a series of ties with earlier discussions related to ionospheric, electromagnetic and defense projects, applications of HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) and plasma physics that also appear on this site. Current studies on planetary physics and celestial considerations may demonstrate further relationships to the aerosol operations in the future.
This current work expands upon earlier presentations that have been made in the spring of 2001 related primarily to the relative humidity issue. This earlier work focused upon the consideration of relative humidity values across the nation in conjunction with observed aerosol operations. The result of that earlier work indicated a close link between increased relative humidity levels that were scaled according to local conditions and the likelihood of concurrent aerosol operations. Other researchers and considerable anecdotal information have also added to that body of correlations that now exist.
Provided here is a discussion as to the location of a tenth planet in our solar system, that of Planet X. Included here are conditions to be imposed upon a developed orbital model originating from the synthesis of several sources, including technical papers from the United States Naval Observatory and historic Babylonian observations.
An index method has been developed to estimate the expected level of solar activity. The method depends upon knowledge of the speed of the solar wind and the proton density. Both of these values are readily available from the home page of www. spaceweather.com, now linked into this site. The index is hopefully relatively easy to use, and should be able to provide the user with an estimate of solar activity and the potential subsequent influence upon the earth in terms of solar storms, auroras, and magnetic disturbance. The effects upon the earth would be expected approximately 3-4 days after solar flares and coronal mass ejections occur and as they may be indicated through this index value. A value of zero or less indicates solar activity is normal and a value of approaching 100+ indicates high solar activity.
This topic will be discussed in further detail at a later time. There are three widely quoted and circulated conclusions regarding the issue of an intruding celestial body, now popularly referred to as Planet X. The first of these statements concerns a projected appearance of such a body in the spring of 2003. The second concerns a statement of astronomical coordinates (right ascension and declination) of purported observations of such a body in the neighborhood of the constellation Orion. The third is in regards to the reported finding of such a "planet" by the IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) sensor in 1983 in the direction of Orion. These statements appear to originate from a restricted set of sources.
Please note the location of the maximum ionization by cosmic rays within the atmospheric profile.
Source: American Institute of Physics Handbook, 1963.
This page exists to assemble information related to planetary and celestial considerations that demonstrate the potential for linkage to aerosol operations, and is somewhat a segregation from the website in its content. This page offers investigative topics, such as what the magnetosphere is, earthquake findings, plasma frequency, change in the earth’s magnetic field, the location of planet X, and interviews.