The details for a presentation given by Clifford Carnicom on aerosol operations in Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 1, 2003 are presented here.
WORLD NET DAILY : REAL MEDIA REPORTS
Three photos show massive aerosol trails left in the skies above Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 8, 2000.
A comprehensive briefing package on the aerosol issue containing photographs, testimonies, research references and petitions for congressional action on this issue was hand delivered by a prominent media person to Congressional Representative Thomas Udall of New Mexico on September 2, 1999. After no response for evaluation was received back by late November 1999, second and third letters were sent asking for a reply from Representative Udall. Mr. Udall finally sent a form letter back in March of 2000 to the deliverer of the material, stating that he had made a request for Congress to hold hearings on this matter. A spokesman for Representative Udall later stated no such request had been made to Congress by Representative Udall.
Various news items from the Santa Fe Contrail Journal are included here that speak to the aerosol programs and their effects. Included in this work are news items such as NASA coming up with a new cloud name (Cirrus contrailus) to describe the aerosol clouds; despite mainstream media ignoring such news, it was reported tjat during week 19 of 1999, the percentage of deaths attributed to pneumonia and influenza reported by 166 US cities was 6.8%, being approximately epidemic threshold; and news of William Thomas’ involvement with groups opposed to the aerosol spraying.
A heavy spraying of Santa Fe Santa Fe, New Mexico on August 14, 1999 revealed uniquely thick and dense aerosol sprays coming from one particular aircraft among many planes observed spraying. Photographs taken of this aircraft and attached to this paper appear to show this plane’s spray encompassing the full wing span of the aircraft, indicating a new method of spray delivery that involves multiple trails emanating from multiple nozzles on the wing assemblies. Trails can be seen originating from the center of the plane, precluding the possibility of normal engine contrail association with this aircraft.
Aerosols Photographed in Santa Fe, New Mexico by an Independent Photographer
Another set of contrail pictures is presented that can be used as a control group when making comparisons to other types of aerosol sprays.
Various pictures of normal contrails are presented and discussed in the paper. Notes are presented outlining how to tell a normal contrail from other aerosol spray lines.
The most egregious photo of the year occurred on April 18, 1999. The onslaught that was occurring on this day spurred Clifford Carnicom to call the FAA. They denied any spraying programs were occurring in the area despite the massive sprays that were witnessed at that time.
This webpage contains multiple pictures of aerosol spraying that were witnessed in Santa Fe, New Mexico in early 1999 that show both east-west and north-south associations and other interesting patterns of sprays.
Sequenced Photo of Contrails : Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sunday, February 14, 1999