A graph showing the ion count, based on a direct measurement by Clifford Carnicom over a 47 day period (April 1, 2005 to June 19, 2005) in Santa Fe, New Mexico is the object of this page. This graph shows an increasing ion count over the timeframe described. Readers may wish to visit the previous Carnicom paper titled ’IONS & HUMIDITY’ (dated May 26, 2005) for more information on this topic and the graph’s interpretations.
It is thought that the graph shown on this page may well be at the core of the aerosol operations. This graph shows direct ion measurements in combination with historical humidity data during the past month. The graph shows what appear to be highly favored conditions for the conduct of the aerosol operations or the transport of aerosol banks within a region. Aerosol operations are being staged at specific times of low humidity and low negative ion count. These two tenets, that of humidity association and ionic manipulation, have been at the foundation of the aerosol research since the early days of investigation. It seems quite fair to state at this stage that the balances of nature are being upset with artificial methods that threaten the viability of life on this planet. A very general interpretation of the current data can be made as follows: Low humidity is a period of relatively low moisture in the atmosphere. A low negative ion count is also generally indicative of lower moisture levels in the atmosphere. The research indicates that both of these variables, taken together, serve to indicate likely periods of aircraft aerosol or aerosol bank operations. This finding may appear to be in contradiction to the humidity conditions that have been associated with the operations, but in reality they are not contradictory in any fashion.
Clifford Carnicom discusses a series of conductivity tests conducted on recent heavy snowfall samples collected in New Mexico and Arizona in 2005, which have refocused attention on the electrolytic, ionic and conductive properties of environmental samples in connection with the aerosol operations. This report has been received and documents unusually high levels of calcium and potassium within a rain sample, where previous work has demonstrated unexpected levels of barium and magnesium.
Discussion in this work ensues and outlines conductivity testing on these samples, where conductivity is a means to measure the ionic concentration within a solution. Conductivity is proportional to ionic concentration, and the results of this testing shows the increased conductivity of the atmosphere from having these salts dispersed in the aerosol operations. This discussion also describes the difficulty of performing conductivity testing because of the concept of 'ohmic heating', extrapolates the testing results to calculate the volume of these ionic salts within the regional atmosphere, and considerations to what the implications are of having these elements in our air, land and water.
A laboratory analysis of a rainwater sample from a rural location in the midwestern U.S. has been received by Clifford Carnicom, and reveals extremely high levels of potassium and calcium within the sample. Examination of the aerosol issue has, almost from the beginning, focused on the important properties of such elements of Groups I and II of the periodic table. The attention has arisen because of the ease by which such elements are ionized. This ionization will take place in the majority of cases quite readily with the energy available from ultra-violet light and, in some cases, from visible light alone. Candidates for further and future testing, include strontium, aluminum and titanium. A partial list of the effects of ion disturbances upon human health are discussed in this work, and include Impairment of the body's ability to absorb oxygen, the development of allergies, high levels of serotonin in the bloodstream, and a reduction in the body's ability to filter airborne contaminants from lung tissue. Direct research from this site alone now documents unexpected levels of calcium, magnesium, potassium and barium. The acquisition of an ion counter will be a valuable instrument to further this research; if anyone is in a position to provide or loan this device please feel free to contact Clifford Carnicom.
A model has been developed to depict the estimated increase in the mortality rate as a function of the decrease in visibility, and the results of this model in a graphical form are shown in this paper. It can be observed that mortality increases as visibility decreases, and that the effect is highly significant. This model does not consider the additional negative health effects that occur from the toxic nature of particulate matter. The American Heart Association establishes that an increase in the density of particulate matter will cause an increase in mortality. The expected increase is expressed in a differential form of an increase of 1% mortality of an increase of 10ug (micrograms) per cubic meter. Readers may want to also read the previous Carnicom paper related to this issue titled ’BARIUM TESTS ARE POSITIVE’ (dated May 24, 2004).
Heavy Aerosol Operations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe on March 10, 2004. Time of video is approximately at sunset.
Heavy Aerosol Operations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe on March 10, 2004. Time of video is approximately at sunset.
Reports of orbs, or lighted spheres, have occurred frequently during recent years and these reports appear to frequently coincide with the aerosol operations. Isolated but credible photographs of such orbs have been brought to Clifford Carnicom's attention in the past, but Carnicom refrained from presenting this information due to the lack of corroboration and redundancy in the imagery evidence that is available.
Presented in this paper are pictures and a video of an orb that he witnessed in Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 10, 2004 while filming aerosol operations. The character of the object is generally that of a ball of light, and examination of the video reveals several interesting aspects: the physics of motion of the object defy common explanation; there is no obvious propulsion system visible; and the movement of the object is generally non-linear.
The fundamental equations that address the heating of the atmosphere with the introduction of foreign materials are the following:
It is past time to recognize that one of the primary effects of the dense aerosols that now permanently mar the lifeblood of this planet is the heating up of the very atmosphere that we breathe. It can be demonstrated that the introduction of essentially any metallic or metallic salt aerosol into the lower atmosphere will have the effect of heating up that lower atmosphere. The impact is both significant and measurable. The previous Carnicom paper titled ’DROUGHT INDUCEMENT’ (dated April 2, 2002) presents analysis that shows introducing aerosol metal and salt particulates into the lower atmosphere will cause the atmosphere to warm.
The benefit of this current study is that an estimate of the magnitude of the heat influence upon the atmosphere can now be made. Those that continue to claim that a benevolent, but necessarily secret, enterprise to protect the planet with a blanket of purportedly heat reflective aerosols in the lower atmosphere exists will need to provide the primary evidence of that claim. That claim will need to be justified with solid physical principles and observation. Further discussion on this topic can be found in the Carnicom paper titled ’GLOBAL WARMING AND AEROSOLS’ (dated February 23, 2004).
A fundamental question exists as to whether or not it is feasible that the aerosol operations that have been observed and investigated for many years could affect the kinetic energy state of the earth. Clifford Carnicom builds upon previous data and research to discuss this possibility in this work, with additional data to support the likelihood that the aerosol programs are indeed causing not only a deceleration of the earth’s rotation, but that it’s in a non-linear fashion, meaning the deceleration rate is actually increasing. Discussion continues and examines the implications of a deceleration of the earth’s rotation. It can’t be overemphasized that the prospects and implications of an increasing deceleration component need to be given serious consideration by everyone, as even small changes in time (earth rotational speed) will translate into large changes in the kinetic energy of the earth. Geophysical events of greater magnitude and disturbance are expected as a result, such as earthquakes, volcano eruptions, etc. Further items explored include the relationship between changes in the Schumann resonance and the electron density of the ionosphere, how the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) also affects the geophysical state of the earth, and how a decrease in the rotational speed of the earth will cause a decrease in the earth’s magnetic field. For previous discourse posted for readers, please read Carnicom’s papers titled ’TIME’ (dated July 24, 2003), ’TIME TO START WATCHING TIME’ (dated August 14, 2003), ’TIME, ENERGY and EARTH CHANGES’ (dated August 26, 2003), ’THE WAISTLINE OF ROTATION’ (dated September 14, 2003), and ’TIME & ROTATION CHANGES SUSTAINED’ (dated October 25, 2003), and ’DECELERATION CONTINUES’ (dated November 8, 2003).
This is a discussion about measurements recently taken with a calibrated photometer that measure the reduction in intensity of sunlight that occurs as a direct result of heavy aerosol operations. These measurements expose a rapid reduction in the transmission of sunlight coinciding with photographs presented on this page that show the aircraft aerosol trails systematically increasing the extent of the aerosol bank.
Interesting to note, is that rather than reducing the temperature of the earth and lower atmosphere, the aerosol operations commonly have the opposite effect of increasing temperature and aggravating, if not inducing drought conditions. This is a result of a combination of factors, including the specific heats of the elements involved as well as the hygroscopic properties of the aerosols. Physical and chemical analysis of the aerosol dynamics will lead to the expected observations of increased temperature, decreased moisture and an increase in winds.
A web based calculator for estimating lower atmospheric magnetic properties is included on this page. By plugging values of electron density, ELF range, element and atomic mass number, and Van de Graaf spark length, this calculator estimates electromagnetic properties of the lower atmosphere, including predicted Whistler frequency, Alfven wave frequency, plasma frequency, lower atmospheric conductivity and more. Mathematical calculations for manually calculating these same values are included in a discussion also on this page.
Citing earlier concerns about and research into the topic of changing conductivity of the atmosphere from aerosol chemicals (see the previous Carnicom paper titled ATMOSPHERIC CONDUCTIVITY dated July 9, 2001 for more information on this topic), Carnicom discusses a method to estimate the atmospheric conductivity using a Van de Graaf generator. This generator uses a rated voltage capacity to cause sparks using the conductivity of the air as the medium. The longer the spark that can be achieved when the generator is activated, the more conductive the atmosphere is. Results presented in this work indicate an increase in the conductivity of the lower atmosphere by a factor of approximately 3 to 20 from a baseline ‘normal’ known value of air. The benefit of the current study is that it provides an estimate as to the magnitude of the change in atmospheric conductivity using relatively simple methods and equipment. Provided on this paper is a calculator that can be used to predict the ratio of increase in conductivity relative to the expected value of a normal atmosphere, as is a detailed mathematical analysis showing the calculations used to determine how to measure conductivity of the atmosphere and the use of electron density for this determination .