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The info found in the CASE ORANGE report is based on fact and is 99% accurate. The other 1% is opinion.
Not to be a spoil sport or anything..but the topic here is about SRM,
I replied on this as you brought it into the thread..but I'd love to move back to the topic this is about.
As it has been asked before why does it say chemtrails in the title?
Did you think chemtrails would not be discussed, or is it you just did it to get more of a reaction to your thread you know the more sensational the title the more views you get?
You started the thread with chemtrails in the title so chemtrails will be discussed or are you trying to say what one can discuss in a chemtrail thread.
As much as you want to deny it you brought the chemtrail discussion to this thread.
Maybe you should pay a bit better attention as it was Magicwand that brought owning the weather 2025 to this thread.
On your tracer technology, I've been wondering about something (and forgive me if a link you offered covered it..It's been a chaotic few days for me, to leave it at that). How far has this technology been known to travel in any experimental deployment? Miles? States? more?
Exotic tracers for atmospheric studies
Tracer materials can be injected into the atmosphere to study transport and dispersion processes and to validate air pollution model calculations. Tracers should be inert, non-toxic and harmless to the environment. Tracers for long-range experiments, where dilution is very great, must be measurable at extremely low concentrations, well below the parts per trillion level. Compounds suitable for long-range tracer work are rare and efforts should be made to reserve them for meteorological studies, barring them from commercial uses which would increase atmospheric background concentrations. The use of these exotic tracers, including certain perfluorocarbons and isotopically labelled methanes, should be coordinated within the meteorological community to minimize interferences and maximize research benefits
Halogenated tracers and studies of deep and
intermediate waters in the Nordic Seas.
When working with released tracers, the method of injection is very much dependent on the aim of the release. In this project, the possibility to follow the tracer for more than a year was requested
What do you think is new about something that was published in 1996?
Do you not think this was discussed at length before now?
And what new take do you think he may have on a subject that has been discussed in various threads?
originally posted by: MagicWand67
a reply to: network dude
If your intent is truth, then why are you trying to distort the facts.?
And, regardless of size, if your intent was truth. Then why did you say it is not yet a reality?
Also, if I may ask, why did you try to imply that SRM technology is not yet a reality?
It's as simple as sulfuric acid or other materials chosen to be sufficient being transported and deposited into the upper atmosphere. What makes you think that we are incapable of such abilities?
I would suggest you chose you words more carefully next time if your intent is "truth".
Here, I'll provide you with a couple more papers on these weather motes / smart dust.
Smart Dust is a collection of small sensor equipped leaves which send their information to two or more receivers When a receiver gets a signal from a sensor it can determine the direction from which this signal came By combining the directions from two different receivers we can determine the D locations of all the leaves and thus transform their sensor readings into a D picture of the corresponding parameters temperature moisture etc In this paper we describe an asymptotically optimal algorithm for such reconstruction
This study proposes a wireless remote weather monitoring system based on Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies comprising sensors for the measurement of temperature, humidity, pressure, wind speed and direction, integrated on a single chip.
Does the date really matter? Should no one be allowed to post a new thread on UFO's, 9/11, Kennedy assasination or the Moon landing?
If I distorted any facts, please let me know what they were. I never intended to distort anything. In fact, my posts were to avoid it. They aren't dust sized, they are bigger. (as far as any proof goes)
Source: 2025 Operational Analysis (Spacing added to ease reading)
In the summer of 1995 the Air Force chief of staff tasked Air University to do a year-long study, 2025,to “generate ideas and concepts on the capabilities the United States will require to possess the dominant air and space forces in the future [, to] detail … new or high-leverage concepts for employing air and space power [, and to] detail … the technologies required to enable the capabilities envisioned.”
To support this goal a 2025 study team conducted an operational analysis to identify high-value system concepts and their enabling technologies in a way that was objective, traceable, and robust. This analysis determined which of the 2025 system concepts show the greatest potential for enhancing future air and space capabilities and which embedded technologies have the highest leverage in making the high-value system concepts a reality
Consider your wait over...
Uh, I meant I will wait and read the thread before I speculate about what new perspective or opinion Wrabbit has on it.
Confusion is often a sign of serious health issues maybe you ought to get that checked out.
Source: 2025 Operational Analysis (Spacing added to ease reading)
What makes it most interesting are the projections in many sections for what should be seen or should be accomplished on timelines that cross right through the years we're living. Some are recognizable in ways which matter. Some are not. Some are just interesting to consider in not knowing more, either way.
Volume III, Section 15 is what deals with Weather control for battlefield applications.
The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the United States Air Force, Department of Defense, or the United States government.
This report contains fictional representations of future situations/scenarios. Any similarities to real people or events, other than those specifically cited, are unintentional and are for purposes of illustration only
I just thought you may want to read it and form your own opinion on it, but I see you need to wait because you can't form your own opinion without a little help...understandable.
Don't like the discussion so you start the rude comments...nothing new.