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The barium is not released into the environment
This report describes laboratory studies of a new NOx control process based on the surprising ability of barium oxide to rapidly capture NO, a process that could be ideally suited to controlling NOx emission from jet engine test cells.
I'd still like to see evidence that Barium from the exhaust systems is not released into the atmosphere as you stated.
For the people just reading this post, the information being discussed begins on page six of this thread where Barium is discussed and how it has been tested since 1971 for use in aviation systems as well as space technology that is not limited to producing Barium ion clouds within Earth's atmosphere in relation to cloud brightening.
Originally posted by Afterthought
I'm just going to toss this idea out there in the event that this may be what's going on.
What if they are......(snip)
Extensive optical measurements were made of the Phenomenological Development and Structural Characteristics of five primary and four secondary high altitude barium releases of the 1971 ARPA Project SECEDE II Test Program. The objectives of these measurements were to gather data on the morphological development, details on ion cloud striations brightness profile vs time of the ion cloud emissions, and the development and motion history of the ion and neutral clouds. To this end, a wide array of photographic instrumentation was deployed at six widely separated sites. The main content of this report is a compilation of data record summaries for each site and event. Also included are several selected black and white photographs of the different events.
Again, the test of barium being released into the atmosphere was in 1971. Combine this information with the other information I added ON PAGE 6. Once it's all combined, you can easily see that their experiments have moved forward to where they have approved barium for use in many aspects of aviation and other technological uses such as HAARP and related equipment.
Maybe you can answer where barium goes once it is released high into the atmosphere. Does it simply stay suspended up there forever?
I've read enough information to see that they are continually experimenting with heating the ionosphere
We already know that they are seriously discussing the use and ramifications of SRM
Jet engines don't have "exhaust systems".