In a Nutshell
This website came about as a result of my photographs. It documents the aerosol operation as it has occurred around my home on a regular basis -- but especially during the years of 2003 and 2004. The spraying is much less graphic and obvious now than it was in years past when they were laying down grid patterns. The public is finally starting to get wise to chemtrails, so the operations are better camouflaged now.
This is a technology with terrible possibilities.
1. The atmosphere is being changed with aerosols sprayed by planes (and perhaps other devices). An aerosol is a gaseous suspension of fine particles.
2. The spraying has been shown to affect the atmosphere in several ways. It has made the atmosphere more conductive of electromagnetic frequencies. (http://www.carnicom.com/conduct1.htm and http://www.carnicom.com/contrails.htm.)
3. Many clouds which seem natural are actually artificial now.
4. Some of these aerosols are conductive of electromagnetic forces. This is sometimes demonstrated by visible changes in the cloud material as shown in photographs posted here.
5. These clouds and trails often contain barium and polymer fibers. Red blood cells have also been found in some aerosol samples. (Carnicom)
6. Barium is a heavy metal, crystalline in nature, which ionizes rapidly in sunlight. It is used commercially as a desiccant (drying agent). This may help account for why much of the world is in a state of drought. The type sprayed in our skies is toxic, especially when inhaled. Barium clouds have long been used in scientific experiments. They develop visible striations in response to electromagnetic forces.
8. The public is becoming suspicious of these activities so greater camouflage is being utilized to introduce these materials into our atmosphere.
Research contributing to the above conclusions can be found at Aerosol Operation Crimes and Cover-up by Clifford Carnicom.
For the skeptic, here is a statement made in 1997 by Dr. William Cohen, then Secretary of Defense:
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