Originally posted by PrecogPsychicSensitive
Apparently the US National Library of Medicine Confirms that spraying does in fact take place.. barium in particular being used for.. quoting from
Bzzttt......the Library gets copies of any and all articles from any bio-medical publisher - the fact that it is on there certainly does NOT mean that
NCBI is telling us that what is in the paper is actually happening!
The article was published by Elsevier - you can find all of Purdey's articles that Elsevier published
by searching periodicals for "purdey"
the use of Ba as an atmospheric aerosol spray for enhancing/refracting the signalling of radio/radar waves along military jet flight paths,
missile test ranges, etc
You got nothing deniers.. who do you work for? the military? not enough? how about this?
(I added the external source tags just to make it easier to see the text you are refering to)
Perhaps you could have done a little research into the nature of the substantive
rather than just relying upon the abstract.
There are a number of places the paper makes claims for Barium being sprayed -
atmospheric aerosol sprays for refracting radar/radio waves, cloud seeding weather modifi- cation sprays,
- lines 44-46
or due to other military uses of Ba such as radar ducting aerosols .
- line 176-177
as well as creating a Ba ion atmospheric aerosol [27,28] ducting path – for enhancing/refracting radio and radar signals during military jet
practise or battlefield operations.
- lines 285-288
Another possible source of Ba contamination may have stemmed from the aerial dispersal of Ba based aerosols – such as the barium strontium
titanate compounds used for enhancing radar/radio wave transmission  – along the flight paths of the military jet ‘low flying’ test zones
that operate over these specific MS affected valleys in Scotland. The author recorded high levels of Ba in all of these Aberdeenshire MS cluster
ecosystems, which in-cluded levels of Ba at 46 and 694 ppm in the vegetation and soils lying beneath the flight path entering the local military
airbase at Lossiemouth.
- lines 198-309
And in Table 1 and Table 2 just after that last extract some barium levels are given, with 1 source in each table being given as "Aeroplane fuel
...military radar/radio ducting aerosols.
The claim is that aerial spraying it carried out is "backed up" by 2 references -
 Paine TO. NASA barium ion cloud. Patent US 3813875, Barium release system to create ion clouds in upper atmosphere. Application No.: US
1972000248761, Patent issue date, June 4th 1974.
 Dorsch J. Electronic news, January 11 1999.
The first of these is is a typical chemmie claim - a patent for releasing barium from ROCKETS somehow means that it is released from aircraft - it is
utterly irrelevant both to chemtrails in general, and also to the specific claims in this paper.
The 2nd reference is untraceable on the 'net - it only occurs in a couple of papers by this guy, including another that you have obviously seen the
abstract for about Elevated silver, barium & strontium levels in
antlers, vegetation, etc
on the same topic the same author identifies Silver (Ag), Barium (Ba) and Strontium (Sr) and low levels of copper (Cu)
how about some more??
Repeating the same claim twice doesn't make it twice as true
Now back to the provenance of the claim - Dorsch J. with any connection to radar or radio technology doesn't seem to exist on the 'net apart from this
reference. And the Archives for EDN
(which merged with Electronic News) show no issue for January 11
1999. There appears to be no Electronic News archive online.
Now let us look at the author - Mark Purdey
- he was a British organic farmer and anti-BSE
campaigner who believed that the disease was due to environmental factors rather than being an infectious disease. As his wiki page points out, he
was wrong. But he was also quite dogged and quite well self-educated, and some of his papers were published in peer-reviewed journals.
But that doesn't stop him being wrong.
I would quite like to see the electronic News article he used as a reference, but basically his assertion that spraying is done looks very much like
the usual rubbish chemtrail claim based upon bad logic.
And as for the use of aluminium in chaff - yes...it's been used since WW2...so what?
edit on 5-2-2012 by Aloysius the Gaul because: (no reason given)