Chemtrails: A List of UK Biological Warfare Tests Conducted In Populated Areas: 1949-1976

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posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:19 PM
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Those interested in 'Chemtrails' often cite the extensive series of UK Cold War Public Area Biological Warfare experiments (conducted by military scientists from the UK Government's Chemical and Biological Warfare research facility at Porton Down), as evidence of a past clandestine Governmental spraying programme. [See Anthony Barnett's Observer article Millions were in germ tests ]

As there appears to be some confusion as to the size and number of these experiments, I've complied a list of known Porton Down public area BW experiments which will hopefully clarify matters.

The following is the result of 11 years exhaustive research, and was achieved by the use of:-political lobbying; the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information; the UK Freedom of Information Act (which came into force during January 2005); Written Parliamentary Questions; The National Archive (formerly the PRO).

The list contains details of Porton Down Biological Warfare experiments, which were conducted in populated areas during the years 1949-1976. Details of further Porton Down public area BW experiments (if any) have not yet been made available to the public.

It is important to recognise that the experiments used BW 'simulants'* and not real BW agents.

[*A Biological Warfare 'simulant' is a supposedly harmless substance which mimics the physical properties of a real BW agent. Some BW simulants, such as E.coli MRE162 (EC), Bacillis subtilis (BG), Serratia marcescens (SM), are capable of causing adverse health effects. Others (such as FP - aka Zinc Cadmium sulphide) are known hazardous chemical compounds)]

It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.


[size="5"]Date of Trial______[size="5"]Source Location____________________[size="5"]Simulant/s

19/12/49_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
22/12/49_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
02/01/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
05/01/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
16/01/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
20/01/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
15/02/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
15/03/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
30/03/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
03/04/50_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
10/50-04/51____BM Repository, Westwood Quarry, Trowbridge_____________________SM (Serratia marcescens)
10/50-04/51____BM Repository, Westwood Quarry, Trowbridge_____________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
10/50-04/51____BM Repository, Westwood Quarry, Trowbridge_____________________Hexylresorcinol
22/08/52_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
27/08/52_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
02/09/52_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
25/11/52_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
20/01/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
27/02/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
18/08/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
07/09/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
14/09/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
28/09/53_________________Salisbury, Wiltshire_________________________________Salicylaldazine
21/11/53____________RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire_________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/12/53____________Salisbury-Exeter Railway Coach Trials_____________________BG
01/12/53__________Exeter-Salisbury Railway Coach Trials_______________________Bacillus pumilus
21/01/54____________RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire_________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
16/03/54____________RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire_________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
Early 1954__________Salisbury-Exeter Railway Coach Trials_______________________BG
Early 1954__________Exeter-Salisbury Railway Coach Trials_______________________Bacillus pumilis
27/04/54_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/05/54____________RAF Yatesbury, North Wiltshire___________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
Mid 1954 (?)_________Buckhorn Weston Railway Tunnel__________________________BG
Mid 1954 (?)_________Buckhorn Weston Railway Tunnel__________________________Porton U
18/05/54____________RAF Yatesbury, North Wiltshire__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/06/54____________Wimborne Minster-Lychett Minster__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
15/07/54____________RAF Hullavington, Wiltshire________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
22/07/54_________________Frome________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/08/54____________RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/08/54____________RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
25/01/55_________________Porton Range____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)

to be continued...

zero lift


[edit on 28/10/08 by zero lift]




posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:20 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

03/02/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/03/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
29/03/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
03/04/55_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
14/04/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
15/04/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
19/04/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
21/04/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
06/06/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
04/07/55_________________Porton Range_______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
20/08/55_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
20/09/55_________________RAF Upavon________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/55_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
??/11/55____________Wardroom HMS DUCHESS__________________________________BG
??/11/55____________Wardroom HMS DUCHESS__________________________________BG
??/11/55____________Wardroom HMS DUCHESS__________________________________BG
19/01/56_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
27/01/56_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/03/56_______________________?_________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/08/56____________Shaft under Faraday House, Whitehall__________________________BG
28/08/56____________Shaft under Faraday House, Whitehall__________________________BG
03/08/56_________________Q-WHITEHALL________________________________________Bacillus pumilus
11/09/56____________North Sea, 50 miles off UK coast___________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
11/09/56____________East of Salisbury, Wiltshire_______________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
17/09/56____________48 miles east of Deal, Kent_______________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
29/11/56____________Presumably on the Porton Range__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
04/12/56_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
25/04/57____________Large Area Coverage & Nidd Valley________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
28/08/57_________________BDE Cardington__________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
28/08/57_________________BDE Cardington__________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
23/10/57____________40 miles upwind of RAF Cardington__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/11/57____________Cap Gris Nez-Cromer-The Wash__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
14/11/57____________63 miles upwind of RAF Cardington__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
15/11/57____________44 miles upwind of RAF Cardington__________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
19/03/58_______________________?______________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/05/58____________Newcastle - Irish Sea – point near Wexford________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
22/07/58_______________________?___________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18-19/09/58_________English Channel (Lizard Point - Beachy Head)________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
28/09/58____________English Channel (Lizard Point - Beachy Head)_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
11/12/58____________North-east of the Tyne – North-east of The Wash_______________FP(Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
04/03/59_______________________?__________________________________FP(Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
14/04/59____________English Channel_____________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/05/59____________RAF Cardington_________________________________FP(Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/05/59____________Cumberland coast-mouth of the Tyne-Cromer_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/07/59____________Beachy Head – Lizard – northwards for 50 miles_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/08/59____________Cromer – Dover – west to a point off Swanage_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
25/08/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
15/09/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
15/09/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
17/09/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/09/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
22/09/59____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
23/09/58____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
23/09/58____________Unknown distance upwind of Cardington, Beds_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
18/10/59____________RAF Cardington (04 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
18/10/59____________RAF Cardington (06 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
26/10/59____________Porton Range (06 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)

to be continued...

zero lift

[edit on 28/10/08 by zero lift]



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:25 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

29/10/59____________Porton Range (03 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
02/11/59____________Porton Range (03 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
07/11/59____________18 miles south of Portland Bill______________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
7-8/11/59____________English Channel (Beachy Head – Lizard Point)_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
9-10/11/59____________Irish Sea________________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/11/59____________RAF Odiham (03 spray passes by aircraft)[/b________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
26/11/59____________RAF Odiham (08 spray passes by aircraft)_______Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
30/12/59____________RAF Odiham (10 spray passes by aircraft)_______Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
05/01/60____________RAF Odiham (09 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
29/02/60___________Tidworth, near Salisbury________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
22/03/60____________RAF Odiham (07 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
01/04/60____________Tidworth, near Salisbury________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
04/04/60____________RAF Odiham (12 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
29/04/60____________RAF Odiham (10 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
04/05/60____________RAF Odiham (15 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
23/05/60____________RAF Odiham (10 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
25/05/60____________RAF Odiham (09 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
25/05/60____________15 km upwind of RAF Cardington________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/05/60____________24.4 km upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
26/05/60____________24.4 km upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
26/05/60____________24.4 km upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
17/06/60____________80–100 miles upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
20/06/60____________RAF Odiham (07 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
29/06/60____________RAF Odiham (10 spray passes by aircraft)___________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
29/06/60____________80–100 miles upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
30/06/60____________80–100 miles upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
01/07/60____________80–100 miles upwind of RAF Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
c 14/08/1960___________40 – 50 miles west of Salisbury, Wiltshire_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
c 16/08/1960___________40 – 50 miles west of Salisbury, Wiltshire_______________FP(Zinc Cadmium sulphide
09/09/60_______________________?_______________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
27/10/60____________100 miles south-west of Lands End, Cornwall___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
28/10/60____________100 miles south-west of Lands End, Cornwall_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
11/01/61_________________Porton Range___________BG/killed primulin stained KA
13/01/61____________Corfe Castle-Wareham-Dorchester-Crewkerne-Somerton___FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
01/02/61____________Ilchester-Wedmore, Bishopsworth-Newport, Glos_______FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
07/02/61_________________Porton Range___________BG/killed primulin stained KA
14/03/61____________Incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
17/03/61____________Porton Range__________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
27/03/61____________Incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
27/04/61____________200yds SW of incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP/XE133 (radioactive
09/05/61_________________Porton Range___________BG/killed primulin stained KA
22/06/61_________________Porton Range___________BG/killed primulin stained KA
23/06/61____________Incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP /XE133 (radioactive xenon)
07/07/61____________Incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP /XE133 (radioactive xenon)
25/07/61____________Incinerator chimney, AERE Harwell, Oxford_______FP/XE133 (radioactive xenon)
03/08/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
18/08/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
11/09/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
14/09/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
10/10/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
20/10/61_________________Porton Range________________________________BG/killed primulin stained KA
01/11/61_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
01/11/61_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
01/11/61_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
01/11/61_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide
12/12/61_________________Porton Range___________BG/killed primulin stained KA


to be continued...

zero lift



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:26 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

28/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds/BG
28/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds
29/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds
29/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds/BG
30/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds
30/01/63____________At sea in an area east and south-east of the Isle of Wight_ZnCds/BG
19/03/63_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
19/03/63_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
19/03/63_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
19/03/63_______________________?____________________________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
28/03/63____________Norfolk - 24 miles upwind of the city of Norwich_FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
30/07/63____________6.5 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
30/07/63____________6.5 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
30/07/63____________6.5 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
30/07/63____________6.5 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/07/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/07/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/07/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
31/07/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/08/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/08/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/08/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
01/08/63____________6.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.1 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.9 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.9 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.9 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
07/10/63____________4.9 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/10/63____________4.8 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/10/63____________5.0 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/10/63____________4.9 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/10/63____________4.7 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/10/63____________4.2 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
22/10/63____________4.0 mile track across Weymouth Bay____________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
23/10/63____________4.8 mile track across Lyme Bay________________Killed KA (Klebsiella aerogenes)
24/10/63____________3.7 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
24/10/63____________3.7 km upwind of BDE Cardington_______________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
24/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
24/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
26/10/63____________? km upwind of BDE Cardington_________________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
14/11/63____________4.5 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC (E.coli MRE 162)/ BG (Bacillus subtilis)
15/11/63____________4.6 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG
04/12/63____________4.2 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG
05/12/63____________4.3 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG
07/01/64____________4.6 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG
10/01/64____________4.6 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG
13/01/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/01/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
27/01/64____________7.4 mile track across Lyme Bay___________________EC/BG
29/01/64____________9.0 mile track across Lyme Bay___________________EC/BG
10/02/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
10/02/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
27/02/64____________10.5 mile track across Lyme Bay________________EC/BG
12/03/64____________6.25 mile track south of Portland Bill_____________EC/BG
16/03/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
16/03/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)


to be continued...


zero lift


[edit on 28/10/08 by zero lift]



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:29 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

08/04/64____________16.6 mile track across Lyme Bay________________EC/BG
13/04/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
13/04/64 W/S__Norfolk - 38 km upwind of the city of Norwich___________FP (Zinc Cadmium sulphide)
24/04/64____________17.6 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________________EC/BG
22/10/64____________7.4 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
06/11/64____________8.2 mile track across Weymouth Bay______________________EC/BG
06/11/64____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
17/02/65____________13.5 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________________EC/BG
17/02/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
19/02/65____________8.9 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
19/02/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
21/02/65____________7.1 mile track across Weymouth Bay______________________EC/BG
21/02/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
09/03/65____________8.0 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
09/03/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
11/03/65____________9.2 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
11/03/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
13/03/65____________9.7 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
13/03/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
26/03/65____________9.4 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
26/03/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill______EC/BG
09/04/65____________9.0 mile track across Lyme Bay__________________________EC/BG
09/04/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill____________EC/BG
11/04/65____________14.0 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________________________EC/BG
11/04/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill____________EC/BG
30/04/65____________12.7 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________________________EC/BG
30/04/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill____________EC/BG
02/05/65____________14.2 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________________________EC/BG
02/05/65____________40 yards upwind of aspirated sow – AUWE Portland Bill____________EC/BG
03/02/66____________10.0 mile track across Lyme Bay_______________EC/BG
06/02/66____________10.6 mile track across Lyme Bay_______________EC/BG
24/02/66____________11.4 mile track across Lyme Bay_______________EC/BG
26/04/66____________8.75 mile track across Lyme Bay_______________EC/BG
21/06/67____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
21/06/67____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
21/06/67____________Spray tank evacuation-Tarrant Rushton to Boscombe Down________________EC/BG
?/06/67_____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
?/06/67_____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
12/10/67____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
12/10/67____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
12/10/67____________Low altitude spray run Tarrant Rushton airfield, north Dorset_______________EC/BG
07/11/67____________5.7 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG
07/11/67____________6.5 mile track across Weymouth Bay_____________EC/BG coated with S3
12/11/67____________6.9 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG
12/11/67____________7.0 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG coated with S3
01/12/67____________5.2 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG
01/12/67____________6.1 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG coated with S3
20/01/68____________7.0 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG
20/01/68____________6.9 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG coated with S3
22/01/68____________6.6 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG
22/01/68____________6.6 mile track across Lyme Bay_________________EC/BG coated with S3
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC


to be continued...


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posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:31 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Killed EC
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
26/02-06/03/68______Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Water
22/10/68 W/S________Lyme Bay/ Weymouth Bay______________________BG or EC/BG
22/10/68 W/S________Lyme Bay/ Weymouth Bay______________________BG or EC/BG
18/11/68 W/S________Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay______________________BG or EC/BG
18/11/68 W/S________Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay______________________BG or EC/BG
19/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
19/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
19/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
19/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
19/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
21/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
21/11/68____________Aircraft spray run across Lyme Bay_______________Unknown Bacterial Suspension
09/12//68 W/S________Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_____________________BG or EC/BG
09/12//68 W/S________Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_____________________BG or EC/BG
07/12/70____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial KOLANUT_____________EC/BG
08/12/70____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial KOLANUT_____________EC/BG
09/12/70____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial KOLANUT_____________EC/BG
15/11/71____________5300 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
15/11/71____________4200 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
15/11/71____________4900 metre track across Lyme Bay________Phenol
15/11/71____________5000 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
15/11/71____________4800 metre track across Lyme Bay________Phenol
16/11/71____________9900 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
16/11/71____________6900 metre track across Lyme Bay________Phenol
17/11/71____________4500 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
17/11/71____________4400 metre track across Lyme Bay________Phenol
17/11/71____________4400 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
17/11/71____________5200 metre track across Lyme Bay________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
20/11/71____________15800 metre track across Lyme Bay_______ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
24/11/71____________4799 metre track across Weymouth Bay____ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
24/11/71____________4800 metre track across Weymouth Bay____ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
25/11/71____________20900 metre track across Lyme Bay_______ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
25/11/71____________20500 metre track across Lyme Bay_______ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
08/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
08/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
08/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
09/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
09/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
09/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
11/01/73____________Portland Sea Training Area - Navy Trial VARAN__________________BG (Bacillus subtilis


to be continued...


zero lift



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:33 PM
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It is extremely important to understand that the column entitled - 'Source Location' - only shows the location of the source of the often massive aerosol clouds. The aerosols themselves were often carried up to 100 miles downwind of the source location (sometimes 200+ miles). Sampling of bacterial aerosols at distances of 50+ miles proved that the clouds still contained a high concentration of what Porton refer to as 'an appreciable dose of viable bacteria'.

Date of Trial______Source Location____________________Simulant/s

29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
29/09-21/10/75______Lyme Bay/Weymouth Bay_______________ISM (Inactivated Serratia marcescens) / BG
25/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
25/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
25/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
25/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
29/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)
29/10/76____________English Channel off Plymouth, Devon_________BG (Bacillus subtilis)


Hopefully, in the not to distant future, the Ministry of Defence will come clean about any further BioWarfare experiments that they have conducted in populated areas since 1976.

Well....we can all hope, can't we?




zero lift



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:38 PM
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OMG... Thats alot of Bio/Chem exposures to millions of people. Has anybody considered a clas action lawsuit?



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 05:50 PM
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Just to clear this up (for debunkers of chemtrails especially)...

these are actual "chemtrails"? that we see in the sky every other day now?

or

were these chemicals sprayed without a chemtrail look?

either way, the fact they have admitted to spraying chemicals on their populations WITHOUT the populations consent sounds highly criminal and something should be done to bring this to greater light so the general population this may have effected can do something about it.

Thankyou for posting OP.

Z



posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 06:58 PM
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Originally posted by watchZEITGEISTnow
Just to clear this up (for debunkers of chemtrails especially)...

these are actual "chemtrails"? that we see in the sky every other day now?

or

were these chemicals sprayed without a chemtrail look?

Z


Good question, watchZEITGEISTnow.

None of the BW simulants in the experiments shown above were sprayed at an atlitude gigher than 2,000 ft asl. If you were directly beneath the spray source aircraft, it is likely that you would have seen the source being laid, but this would have dispersed quite rapidly - after all that's the point of a BW attack.

By the time the simulants reached the ground they would have been next to invisible - Porton Down summed it up best in Porton Programme Report 2/64, which stated:

"SOURCE

8. The substance to be dispersed will be silicone-treated F.P. (zinc cadmium sulphide). This substance is quite innocuous in the concentrations that will occur near the ground, and the cloud will moreover be so diffuse that members of the public will be oblivious of its presence. - CDEE Porton Down Instructions for the 1964 Norwich Biological Warfare experiments (Porton Programme Report 2/64)"


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