PARTICULATE PHOTOGRAPHS

PARTICULATE PHOTOGRAPHS

This paper includes photographs taken from a video segment on January 3, 2001 in Santa Fe, New Mexico showing abundant particulate matter in the air falling from the sky after intense aerosol operations. Observations made at this time show these particulates to be on the order of sub-micron to several microns in size. The particulates in the photos appear to be white, highly reflective, electrically charged and likely of a metallic nature. Citizens, professionals, and activists across the country are encouraged to participate in this nationwide effort of research, disclosure and establishment of accountability.
CONTRADICTIONS

CONTRADICTIONS

A contradiction is examined in this paper where, despite conditions being unfavorable to the formation of clouds, heavy aircraft spray activity in the morning hours in Santa Fe, New Mexico resulted in the classic formation of extensive cirrus-, cirrostratus-, and cirrocumulus ‘appearing’ cloud decks at a relative humidity of 36%. Six reliable sources, including researchers at NASA and NOAA, and Vincent Shaefer (inventor of cloud seeding in 1946), affirm that cloud formation is not expected to even begin below relative humidities of 70%. And yet repeatedly since the early part of 1999 such formation of cirrus - cirro-stratus - and cirrocumulus cloud decks are observed forming as a direct result of aircraft activity in conditions of extreme low humidity in the southwest desert.
SYNTHETIC CLOUDS REVEALED

SYNTHETIC CLOUDS REVEALED

Photographs were captured and presented that show the effects of a non-aerosol spraying plane ‘cutting through’ a cloud layer, and the resulting evacuation of the clouds from the plane’s flight path. The absence of mass of the cloud materials after the plane passage shows the clouds to have density, form and behavior unbecoming of water vapor, and have all the appearances of being at least in part of a synthetic nature. The photograph captures demonstrate these ‘clouds’ not being fully of water vapor as may commonly be assumed.
RADAR IMAGE

RADAR IMAGE

An email was received by the Carnicom Institute reporting an animated radar image showing an extraordinary ring structure in southwester Utah on May 30, 2000.
UNUSUAL TRAIL

UNUSUAL TRAIL

A witness captured a photograph of a highly unusual aerosoll on May 12, 2000 at Magalia, California around 7:45 pm. The section of the trail that was captured and sent to the Carnicom Institute shows a strange curving snake-like wave within the trail itself. The camera setup that was used to take the photo is described as well.
FLEET FORMATION

FLEET FORMATION

Very unusual, tightly aligned aerosols are photographed together and attached to this page. The spray lines are all in parallel, and are shown close up and later starting to spread out.
COLORED CLOUDS

COLORED CLOUDS

A witness sent in two photos that show colored clouds, possibly indicating chemicals in the clouds from aerosol spraying. Though the witness said you couldn’t see the colors with the naked eye, the colors in the videotape (and seen in the pictures posted on this page), pink, green, yellow and purple, stayed visible for about 2 minutes.
‘MEGASPRAYER’ NUMBER 4 CAPTURED

‘MEGASPRAYER’ NUMBER 4 CAPTURED

This set of photos shows aerosol emissions extending across the entire wingspan of a McDonnell Douglas MD80 aircraft on November 30, 1999 in Santa Fe, New Mexico . This aircraft has rear mounted engines, showing that this wide span of aerosols cannot be emanating from the engines alone. These pictures show the same entire wingspan results that have been witnessed in previous Carnicom papers named THIRD ‘MEGASPRAYER’ CAPTURED (September 9, 1999), NEW CHEMTRAIL SPRAY SYSTEM REVEALED (August 14, 1999), and NEW CHEMTRAIL SPRAY SYSTEM CONFIRMED (August 14, 1999).
THIRD ‘MEGASPRAYER’ CAPTURED

THIRD ‘MEGASPRAYER’ CAPTURED

Yet a third telephoto set, this one from Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 9, 1999 depicts a full length wing spray system. This plane appears to be a Boeing 757, with the majority of aircraft during spraying conditions appear to be of the Boeing 757 class, but a revision will be warranted is additional information is provided or becomes available. If anyone can identify this model of aircraft, it would be appreciated if you could contact the Carnicom Institute email at info@carnicominstitute.org with any such helpful identifying information.
PRELIMINARY METEOROLOGICAL STUDY

PRELIMINARY METEOROLOGICAL STUDY

An analysis of upper altitude relative humidity data (average relative humidity during this 21 day analysis was 37.5% with a sample standard deviation of 11.7%) in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1999 refutes the argument that such upper atmospheric conditions should allow for persistent contrails and subsequent cloud formations. It is known at this time that relative humidity levels in the upper atmosphere well below 60% will generally produce clear to semi-clear skies, and normal contrails should dissipate quickly under these conditions. However, the series of pictures included in this paper show the spraying of trails becoming long duration persistent cloud formations that should not have been logically possible with such a low relative humidity on these days of testing.