- The identification of barium in the atmosphere as a result
of aircraft aerosol criminal activities continues to be confirmed. Studies
with a diffraction grating spectrometer have repeatedly identified important
signature high intensity spectral lines at approximately 712 and 728 nanometers
(in addition to others) in the visible portion of the spectrum, as reported
in an earlier table. All research conducted thus far continues to indicate
a unique match to the element of barium.
- These spectral lines are visible under very limited time
conditions near sunset or sunrise, when the sunlight shifts toward the
red portion of the spectrum.
- Comparisons to eliminate other candidate elements from
the periodic table have now been completed at the most significant levels.
Earlier research has eliminated other common elements expected within the
solar spectrum, such as carbon, calcium, iron, hydrogen, magnesium, nitrogen,
sodium and oxygen.
- Additional work has now been completed which also eliminates
further candidates which are selected from Group I and II of the periodic
table. The additional elements considered which also fail to show a match
with these spectral lines include lithium, potassium, rubidium, cesium,
francium, and strontium. These elements have been chosen on the basis of
specific criteria that satisfy the physics and chemistry of observations
that have accumulated.
- The efforts of identification of barium in the atmosphere
are based upon a minimum of three progressions of logic that continue to
satisfy all observations associated with the aerosol activities. Three
fundamental tenets of this postulate include:
- 1. The repeated delivery
of specific salt-based aerosols into the atmosphere which form pseudo-cloud
decks evidenced under conditions of extreme low relative humidity.
- 2. The existence of specifically
created hydroxides as confirmed through statistically significant rainfall
pH tests by involved citizens across the country that confirm a radical
and sudden change in the chemistry of the atmosphere directly associated
with aerosol aircraft operations.
- 3. The use of spectrometry
as a positive analytical method to identify the existence of barium salt
compounds that have been introduced into the atmosphere on a massive scale.
- A basis for the formal investigation into the existence
of hazardous trace metalswithin the environment, introduced as a result
of aircraft aerosol operations and without citizen consent is established.
Other physical materials identified, including biological components, also
demand a critical explanation. Citizens across the country are urged to
educate themselves on the facts of this case and to demand this inquiry
by means of a Congressional hearing.
- Clifford E Carnicom
- Nov 28 2000
- A toxicology report for barium is available with a link
below. It would be beneficial for all readers to become familiar with the
health effects that result from exposure to barium. Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS) are readily available on the internet for barium compounds
such as barium oxide.
- Salt crystals have the ability to diffract x-rays; x-ray
diffraction is a method that is commonly used to identify the atomic structure
- Barium Toxicity Profile
- Barium In Chemtrails
- From Robert Huber <firstname.lastname@example.org 12-6-00
- Hello Jeff,
- I recently had a commercial lab test rainfall runoff
from a one acre paved site, going on the assumption that runoff would
contain Barium, if indeed, it were in the atmosphere. The sample was
tested by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy and contained no Barium at the
detection level of 5 parts per billion. This is in the Santa Cruz mountains
where I have observed chemtrail deposition for months, including the day
before the testing and several times since. There are many problems with
sampling rainwater, but to find nothing out of the ordinary in this sample
-- no toxic metals at all to speak of -- is a disappointment, given the
level of contrail activity in our area.
- I should mention also that last week I again observed
the curious phenomenon of a black line being laid down next to a high-flying
jet. This is odd enough to see when it happens, but this one was especially
interesting in that the black stripe was forming slightly ahead and to
the right of the aircraft, on an existing contrail that had flattened into
a high cloud stretching north to south. Since the sun was to the right
of the jet, I would have expected a contrail shadow to fall on this cloud
to the LEFT of the aircraft. That the black contrail could have been
a shadow of the jet's own contrail made no sense, until I realized that
the light must have been refracted -- bent -- such that the shadow landed
on the cloud to the right of the jet. Had I had a videocamera, it might
have been possible to film it to calculate the angle of refraction, and
thereby get an idea of what it was in the atmosphere -- water vapor, barium
salts, or whatever -- that would bend the light so that a shadow could
appear on the "wrong" side relative to the position of the sun
and the jet contrail. Of course, it is possible the black contrail has
nothing to do with refracted light,and is a different phenomenon all together.
Either way, this was by far the strangest thing I have ever seen in the
- Robert Huber Felton, CA
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