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(SUBMISSION) TPTB don't call them chemtrails... (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on Jun, 12 2004 @ 10:54 PM
This hasn't been one of my big concerns, living in big sky Texas. Nor did I give much credit to the constant and varied threads about chemtrails here at ATS. So when I found links to these document (below) I felt it important to do some reseach for myself.
Then there's the Giaccom thing and Energywave hoax. Sort of got me interested in finding some part of the truth.

The DOE calls it TAP...short for Trophospheric Aerosol Particles. We call the evidence in the sky...chemtrails. I thought people were seeing things...well, I was wrong. Here's the proof. Some of it. I downloaded the files and have them safely tucked away for upload if so wanted here at ATS.

If I have duplicated information already posted, feel free to delete this post to ATSNN


Program Goals
The Atmospheric Science Program (ASP) has both a

long-term goal, and a specific science focus that

changes from time to time according to national and DOE

needs. The long-term goal is to develop a comprehensive

understanding of the atmospheric processes that control

the transport, transformation, and fate of energy

related chemicals and particulate matter, especially in

the context of climate change. Beginning in FY 2005 the

specific science focus will be aerosol radiative forcing

of climate. Associated with this focus is the objective

of enhancing the scientific knowledge needed to simulate

and predict radiative forcing and other climatic effects

of aerosols.

Office of Science

The following documents are being provided so all

persons interested in the Atmospheric Science Program

will have equal access to the full range of program



Develop the fundamental scientific understanding

required to
construct tools for simulating the life cycle of

aerosols--the processes controlling their mass loading,
composition, and microphysical properties, all as a

function of
time, location, and altitude.
Represent this understanding in models, and apply and

these models.
Consist of closely linked field, modeling, laboratory,

theoretical studies focused on formation, growth,

transport, and
Work closely with other programs in DOE and in other

directed to related aerosolissues.

posted on Jun, 12 2004 @ 11:15 PM
What I got from those documents was the study of, not the introduction of Aerosol Particles. Looking at what is in the atmosphere and the effects that they have.

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