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4873928 - October 17, 1989 - Nuclear-sized explosions without radiation
I see you've done a fine job of copy and pasting a favored list of irrelevancies.
These patents are a list that is relevant to weather modification techniques. I never said they were only related to chemtrails. You brain must be stuck on stupid.
And what does a fuel/air explosion have to do with weather modification?
A method for producing a high yield explosion without radioactive fallout comprising filling an expendible structure with an explosive mixture of a combustible gas (e.g. methane) and an oxidizer gas (e.g. oxygen) and then detonating said mixture.
You mean you don't know what the patents are about? You really did just post a list that you found somewhere? You have the gall to call that research?
The existence of a patent is evidence of nothing. It is not even evidence that the patented method would actually work. Here's a good one. Let's put more water vapor into the atmosphere, never mind that water vapor is an extremely effective greenhouse gas.
A method to reduce human greenhouse as well as natural global warming, comprising:
evaporating, by way of multiple aerosol-evaporators, vast quantities of water to produce water vapors for cooling atmospheric air masses; causing lightweight water vapors to naturally rise and condense at high altitudes to form clouds; and thereby liberating vast amounts of high altitude infrared radiation, as said clouds form, to further cool earth by way of solar radiation reflected into space.
The existence of a patent is evidence of nothing. It is not even evidence that the patented method would actually work.
United States Patent Application 20100127224
A method is provided for mitigating global warming. In such method, fine particles can be injected or dispersed into the stratosphere. The particles can be characterized by relatively low emissivity in the visible spectrum and relatively high emissivity at thermal infrared wavelengths. In a particular embodiment, the fine particles can consist predominantly of silica. In a particular embodiment, the fine silica particles can include diatomaceous earth (DE), which may or may not be heat treated before injection and dispersal within the stratosphere. In one embodiment, the fine silica particles can include at least one of silica fume, fumed silica, or powdered quartz. The fine silica particles may have an average diameter ranging between 5 nanometers and 100 microns.
Silica aerosols can be injected into the stratosphere using a variety of means. Silica particles in form of DE, fumed silica, silica fume, powdered quartz or other material could be injected into the atmosphere during the fuel combustion and exhaust production processes of high-flying aircraft. FIG. 7 is a graph illustrating reflectance for powdered quartz. For example, without limitation, the aerosol could be provided as an additive to a combustion or after-combustion process of an aircraft engine in flights entering the stratosphere (typically at altitudes above 35,000 feet). Alternatively, separate from a combustion process, the aerosol could be metered out through dedicated equipment therefore.
The process may be controlled so as to inject the aerosol when the aircraft is at a location within the atmosphere that leads to dispersion of a large amount of the aerosol in the stratosphere. The process may also be controlled so as to not disperse the aerosol when the aircraft is at a location that leads to dispersion of a large amount of the aerosol in the troposphere. The altitudes at which the aerosol injection can be performed can vary with latitude, seasonal weather patterns, and even local weather patterns and weather events. The site of particle injection can be selected in accordance with latitude as well.
A greater amount of sunlight typically reaches the Earth at low latitudes. Therefore, aerosol injection into the stratosphere at low latitudes (tropical and subtropical) can be expected to directly block a greater amount of sunlight than at middle latitudes and at high latitudes beyond the Arctic and Antarctic Circles. However, aerosol injection in the middle and high latitudes might also help mitigate global warming, for example, if it caused the rate at which ice and snow melts to decrease due to decreased warming from sunlight. In that case, more snow and ice would remain available at the middle and higher latitudes to reflect sunlight back into space. The same effect could also occur if the dispersal of the silica aerosol were to increase the rate of snow and ice accumulation in the middle and higher latitudes.
But can anybody tell me how these ice crystal "contrails" manage to stay aloft for hours on end, and stretch from horizon to horizon without...melting? Cause you know...ice has this crazy tendency to melt on you.