reply to post by EyeDontKnow
When I first starting trying to figure out if the chemicals being sprayed was the cause of my concerns, I did the typical google search,
Youtube..etc. Rosalind Peterson Lead me into more information. She was investigating atmospheric testing and weather modification. She was a crop
loss adjustor, before she retired. It made sense to me that if it was her job to figure out what causes crop loss, she would be a credible source for
further study into my concerns.
I can't send private messages yet, I am new to ATS. But, if you look this lady up, it will get you started. It took awhile but I am a curious
person so I took what I got from this lady and because I didn't understand much of the mechanics of what was being explained, I just kept breaking
down each part I didn't understand until I grasped the concept of what was being done. My last post was my conclusion from all the stuff I read.
I listed a few keywords for you, some might not make sense or seem to fit at first... It took me awhile to understand what I was reading and well, I
kept everything, even some of the not so important stuff that I read on the way. I was most interested in what chemicals were being used, the
problems the project encountered, what was done or tested in this area, and well...I learned a lot more than I expected from reading about the
problems with the experiments. So once I answered my original question, I just happened to learn more in the process. Good luck, it is way cool stuff
The field of nanomaterials science, C.A.R.E. Project--- Wayne Scales (Virginia Tech)
S.A.D.P. experiments, Mesoscale Variations of Tropospheric Aerosols* (Check through the reference materials here, cool stuff in there too)(THEODORE L.
ANDERSON), NOAA/Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics, NASA Langley Research Center, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions (lots of cool info.
here), Asian dust particles converted into aqueous droplets
under remote marine atmospheric conditions
Frontier Science Organization, Environmental and Symbiotic Sciences,
Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Kumamoto 862-8502, Japan
I'm not a very organized person, I hope you can sort through some that, it's very cool stuff.