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Originally posted by SantaClaus
The true contributors to this thread, the ones who don't believe that trails are of a nefarious nature, are PROFESSIONALS.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by banned4life
...starting at 1:34 in the video...
Uh huh. That, my friend, at 1:34 is a normal CONTRAIL, produced by the jet engine exhaust, being broken up by the TURBULENCE in the atmosphere!
Originally posted by C-JEAN
What you and me could conclude is: We DO NOT KNOW the **variety** of the
"crafts/professions" that read and write in this forum. And some are more humble about it than others, don't you think ???
And now? back to topics and readings. . . B-)
Wood is infamous for championing fringe science, from X-ray lasers to cold-fusion nuclear reactors, as well as for his long affiliation with the Hoover Institution, a right-wing think tank on the Stanford campus.
Getting the particles into the stratosphere wouldn't be a problem — you could generate them easily enough by burning sulfur, then dumping the particles out of high-flying 747s, spraying them into the sky with long hoses or even shooting them up there with naval artillery.
Until recently, discussion of geoengineering — intentional, large-scale manipulation of the Earth's climate — has been taboo among scientists.
During the Vietnam War, the U.S. military used cloud seeding in an attempt to increase rainfall over the Ho Chi Minh Trail — a secret program that prompted the United Nations to ban "environmental modification techniques" as weapons.
A secret government conspiracy? One of the remarkable things I've learned about working with the government is that there are no secrets. It's all out there. You just have to know where to look.
United States Patent RE29,142 Papee , et al. February 22, 1977 Combustible compositions for generating aerosols, particularly suitable for cloud modification and weather control and aerosolization process Abstract A combustible composition for generating aerosols for the control and modification of weather conditions consisting of a readily oxidizable substance selected from the group consisting of aluminum, magnesium, alkali-metals and alkaline earth metals; an oxidizing agent selected from the groups consisting of: (a) sulphur and sulphur yielding compounds; and (b) organic and inorganic nitrates, alkali-metal and ammonium chlorates and perchlorates; The molar ratio of the oxidizable substance to the oxidizing agent being between 1.5:1 and 3.5:1 and a stable hygroscopic solid which does not directly participate in the combustion process of the combustible composition, said hygroscopic solid being present in an amount up to 40% of the total weight of the combustible composition, the oxidizable substance, the oxidizing agent and the hygroscopic substance having a particle size in the range of from -140 to +270 mesh, and a primer initiating the combustion of said composition whereby during combustion, a finely dispersed aerosol smoke consisting of moderately hygroscopic condensation nuclei, and a non-hygroscopic gas are simultaneously evolved, said gas acting to disperse said nuclei. .Iadd. Inventors: Papee; Henry M. (Rome, IT), Montefinale; Alberto C. (Rome, IT), Petriconi; Gianna L. (Rome, IT), Zawidzky; Tadeusz W. (Ottawa, CA) Assignee: Consiglio Nazionale delle Richerche (Rome, IT) Appl. No.: 05/362,680 Filed: May 22, 1973 Related U.S. Patent Documents Application Number Filing Date Patent Number Issue Date Current U.S. Class: 516/2 ; 102/334; 149/117; 149/19.1; 149/43; 239/2.1; 252/183.13; 252/183.14; 252/186.1; 252/186.24; 252/186.44; 252/187.31 Current International Class: A01G 15/00 (20060101); A01G 015/00 (); C09K 003/30 (); E01H 013/00 () Field of Search: 252/305,319,186 149/43 239/2R,2S References Cited [Referenced By] U.S. Patent Documents 2232728 February 1941 Pleasants 2409201 October 1946 Finkelstein et al. 2614083 October 1952 Bailar, Jr. et al. 2633455 March 1953 Finkelstein et al. 3044911 July 1962 Fritzlen 3120459 February 1964 Coates et al. 3257801 June 1966 Martinez et al. Primary Examiner: Lovering; Richard D. Attorney, Agent or Firm: George H. Riches and Associates Parent Case Text This application is a continuation-in-part of our pending application Ser. No. 742,956 filed on June 19, 1968, now abandoned, which was a streamline continuation of our application Ser. No. 444,923 filed Mar. 22, 1965, now abandoned, and which was a continuation-in-part of our application Ser. No. 392,809 filed Aug. 28, 1964, now abandoned. .Iaddend. .[.This application is a continuation-in-part of our pending U.S. application Ser. No. 742,956, filed on June 19, 1968, now abandoned..]. Claims What we claim is: 1. A combustible composition consisting of a readily oxidizable substance selected from the group consisting of aluminum, magnesium, alkali-metals and alkaline earth metals; an oxidizing agent selected from the groups consisting of: (a) sulphur and sulphur yielding compounds; and (b) organic and inorganic nitrates, alkali-metal and ammonium chlorates and perchlorates; the molar ratio of the oxidizable substance to the oxidizing agent being between 1.5:1 and 3.5:1 and a stable hygroscopic solid to be dispersed which does not directly participate in the combustion process of the combustible composition, said hygroscopic solid being present in an amount up to 40% of the total weight of the combustible composition, the oxidizable substance, the oxidizing agent and the stable hygroscopic solid having a particle size in the range of from -140 to +270 mesh, and a fused compound which burns initiating the combustion of said composition, whereby during combustion, a finely dispersed aerosol smoke consisting essentially of moderately hygroscopic condensation giant nuclei and a non-hygroscopic gas are simultaneously evolved, said gas acting to disperse said nuclei, thereby generating aerosol smoke and a non-hygroscopic gas which control and modify weather conditions. 2. Combustible compositions according to claim 1, in which the oxidizable substance is aluminum and the oxidizing agent is selected from the group consisting of inorganic and organic nitrates which are stable at room temperature. 3. A combustible composition according to claim 1 in which said stable hygroscopic solid is selected from the group consisting of metal halides. 4. Combustible compositions according to claim 3 in which the oxidizable substance is aluminum, the oxidizing agent is selected from the group consisting of sodium and potassium nitrates, the stable hygroscopic solid is selected from the group consisting of sodium and potassium chloride, and wherein the weight percentage of the chloride in the mixture is in an amount up to 40% of the total weight of the combustible composition. 5. A combustible composition according to claim 1 in which the oxidizing agent, the oxidizable substance and the hygroscopic solid are amalgamated in the presence of a binder selected from the group consisting of organic and inorganic binders, the resulting amalgam being enclosed within a container, thereby forming a combustible candle. 6. A combustible composition according to claim 5 in which the candle has a central core comprising a metal containing substance capable of yielding free metal by thermal decomposition. 7. Combustible compositions according to claim 1 in which the oxidizable substance is aluminum metal and the oxidizing agent is selected from the group consisting of sodium and potassium nitrates, and wherein the molar ratio of aluminum to nitrate is in the range of between 1.5:1 and 3.5:1. 8. A combustible composition according to claim 6 in which the metal of the metal containing substance is selected from the group consisting of sodium metal and potassium metal. 9. A combustible composition according to claim 6 in which the core has an outer casing formed of a polymer. 10. A combustible composition according to claim 6 in which the core has an outer casing formed of aluminum. 11. A combustible composition according to claim 6 in which the core has an outer casing formed of resin impregnated glass fibers.
Do you think that the U.S. has a position on weather control or geo-engineering?
Do you think they have a possible distribution system to do this?
Could it be from specialized military planes designed to do this, that you might not be privileged to?
I am not calling you a disinfo agent...
...because I don't think you're that important...
...find it very suspicious that you continually cherry pick peoples posts and take things out of context EVERYTIME you can.
The tougher part is to think I didn't notice these exact same trails hovering in the atmosphere for 20 years???
The "Space Preservation Act of 2001" originally introduced in the House by Rep. Dennis Kucinich as HR 2977 has been re-written.
By its conspicuous appearance in 2977, the term 'chemtrails' received a form of credibiity within the official government process never seen before...In fact, 'Exotic Weapons' - as boldly-stated in HR 2977 - are not even mentioned in HR 3616. So, what happened here? Did someone have a 'friendly chat' with Rep. Kucinich?
We can trace the beginnings of Operation Cloverleaf right to the Strangelove brain of Dr. Edward Teller, father of the hydrogen bomb and proponent of nuking inhabited coast lines to rearrange them for economic projects.31 Before he died in 2003, Teller was director emeritus of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where plans for nuclear, biological and directed energy weapons are crafted. In 1997, Teller publicly outlined his proposal to use aircraft to scatter in the stratosphere millions of tons of electrically-conductive metallic materials, ostensibly to reduce global warming.
Welsbach Patent - Hughes Aircraft In 1994, the Hughes aerospace company was issued a remarkable patent. The Welsbach patent "for Reduction of Global Warming" proposed countering global warming by dispensing microscopic particles of aluminum oxide and other reflective materials into the upper atmosphere. This "sky shield" would reflect one or two percent of incoming sunlight. The patent suggested that tiny metal flakes could be "added to the fuel of jet airliners, so that the particles would be emitted from the jet engine exhaust while the airliner was at its cruising altitude."
Application Number: US1990000513145
If the chemtrail operations seem too big to keep under wraps, consider the Manhattan Project (which developed the A-bomb). It was equivalent in size to the American automobile industry, employing 130,000 people! It was kept entirely secret by utilizing compartmentalization, a current practice which keeps knowledge divided and separate.
JP8 jet fuel is laced with Ethylene Dibromide (EDB), a chemical pesticide banned by the EPA as a definite carcinogen and chemical toxin. In addition, chemtrails contain Aluminum (a metal associated with Alzheimer's Disease) and Barium (a radioactive substance). Fox News reports green lightning in storms. Barium aerosol ionizes green as it electrically conducts from ground to sky. The Chemtrail Ops program is run by the ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence). The overall scope and agenda behind Chemtrails (Operation Clover Leaf, Operation Red Sky, Operation Rain Dance, the code names for these ops, BTW) intertwines several overall objectives deemed imperative by the real power in DC, which is the NSA.
The following declassified U.S. Government documents can be obtained from:Office of the Inspector General
Chief, FOIA/PA Office
400 Army Navy Drive, Room 405
Arlington, VA 22202-2885
fax number: (703) 604-9792
e-mail address: email@example.com
Operation Cloverleaf, 200001475-K, closed 22 June 2001;
Method of modifying weather United States Patent 6,315,213 / Cordani / November 13, 2001 A method for artificially modifying the weather by seeding rain clouds of a storm with suitable cross-linked aqueous polymer. The polymer is dispersed into the cloud and the wind of the storm agitates the mixture causing the polymer to absorb the rain. This reaction forms a gelatinous substance which precipitate to the surface below. Thus, diminishing the clouds ability to rain.
United States Patent: - US3813875 / Issued/Filed Dates: June 4, 1974 / April 28, 1972
A chemical system for releasing a good yield of free barium (Ba°) atoms and barium ions (BA+) to create ion clouds in the upper atmosphere and interplanetary space for the study of the geophysical properties of the medium. Inventor(s): Paine; Thomas O. Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration with respect to an invention of , Hampton, VA 23364
Originally posted by Udontknowme
Cloud seeding is shown to be done on smaller, experimental levels, so why would it be so hard to believe that the commercial airliners are being paid to aid water boards to create more waterfall in river basins, etc.
Originally posted by AntiNWO
...have NEVER seen a commercial aircraft. All I've ever seen are white, unmarked (presumably military) aircraft doing this.