Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Chemtrails, Planned and Inadvertent Cloud Seeding

Read this, they're absolutely bloody CrAyZy

Chemtrails are just Persistent Contrails

Chemtrails are persistent contrails that are one part natural phenomenon and one part disgusting pollution.

Chemtrails can broadly be described as the visible part of airplane and ship exhaust plumes passing through an atmospheric water body.

An even more broad definition of chemtrails could include aerial disease vector spraying, oil dispersant, military testing, cloud seeding, and geoengineering SRM experiments and projects, though these aerial spraying campaigns are not likely to be seen coming from commercial passenger aircraft.

A common tactic as of late is to try and identify the flights overhead, and see if they are regular passenger/freight flights, or not listed military craft.  Use the following links to track the trails, then use the research below to draw your own conclusion.

The Contrail Effect 01

Chemtrail Tracking

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Note the surprising similarity of the two National Weather Service images to the Chemtrail Forecast maps.  That’s because they are based on the same sources.

Chemtrails are usually visible when planes fly through water bodies overhead known as tropospheric rivers.  Therefore the Chemtrail Forecast map is only showing where the water is, despite their retarded claim:
When they spray, residual chemicals gets carried in the upper atmosphere and this system tracks WHERE the heaviest concentration of chemicals is and/or where they’ll spray more within the soup already in the area. This has been brought to you by Networks
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If Chemtrail Forecast is misleading you, what does that say about HAARP Status?
The Weather Space must be kidding…

NWS Water Vapor | Link

National Weather Service - Water Vapor

NWS Infrared | Link

National Weather Service - Infrared

Chemtrail Forecast Map | Link

Chemtrail Forecast - Morning -
Chemtrail Forecast - Afternoon -
Chemtrail Forecast - Evening

The Contrail Effect | Link

After a lifetime of enjoying contrails, it came as a surprise to me to learn recently that something so ephemeral may not be a harmless by-product of the jet age but may in fact impact the climate.

This is of particular concern in well-traveled air corridors, where contrails by the hundreds can spread into man-made cirrus clouds that can both block sunlight from reaching the Earth and trap radiated heat from escaping to space.

Whether contrails cause a net cooling or a net warming, even whether their effect is something to worry about within the greater general concern about climate change, remains unclear. But with air traffic expected to double or even triple by 2050, leading contrail researchers say the influence of these artificial clouds cannot be ignored.

The Contrail Effect 02
The sheer number of contrails generated on a typical day in busy air corridors can come as a shock. A NASA satellite took this enhanced infrared image of the southeastern U.S. on January 29, 2004. Photo credit: Courtesy NASA Langley Research Center
The Contrail Effect 03
In skies normally crosshatched with condensation trails, the only contrails seen in this image from September 12, 2001, were left by the plane returning President George W. Bush to Washington from Nebraska and several escort fighters. Photo credit: Courtesy NASA Langley Research Center
The Contrail Effect 04
In this true-color satellite image shot above northwestern Europe, the contrast between skies with contrails and those without offers a striking sense of the influence these pseudo clouds might have on regional climate. Photo credit: Courtesy NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Evaluating the Impacts of Aviation (Chemtrails) on Climate Change | Link

Aviation-focused research activities are required to address the uncertainties and gaps in the understanding of current and projected impacts of aviation on climate and to develop metrics to better characterize these impacts.

This may entail coordination and/or expansion of existing and planned climate research programs, or new activities. Such efforts should include strong and continuing interactions among the science and aviation communities as well as among policy makers to develop well-informed decisions.

More concrete steps would include further ranking and prioritizing of identified research needs; creating a research roadmap with associated roles and responsibilities of various participating agencies and stakeholders; and identifying resources needed to implement the road map.

In coordination with participating federal research agencies of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program, the FAA is exploring possible means of addressing research needs identified by the workshop.
In 1992, aviation contributed about 2% of the total anthropogenic CO2 emissions and accounted for globally and annually averaged RF (GAARF) of about 0.02 watts per square meter. In contrast, the GAARF for all non-CO2 aviation emissions combined (excluding cirrus clouds) is as large as that of CO2 alone, though characterized by relatively large uncertainties. Figure 2 clearly indicates that the level of scientific understanding to estimate climate response due to non-CO2 emissions for both cases ranges from fair to very poor.

Air Pollution at | Link

Air travel has become commonplace for vacationers, but not with out it’s unseen costs to the environment. A round trip flight from New York to Los Angeles release as much as one automobile does in an entire year. On a yearly basis all air travel releases 600 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Air Traffic Pollution
1 round trip flight from NY to LA = 2,000 pounds of CO2

Hole Punch and Canal Clouds |  Video Link

  • 91st AMS Annual Meeting, Thursday, 27 January 2011 | Link
  • Joint Session 1: Modification of Marine and Supercooled Stratocumulus | Link
Hole Punch Cloud
Commerical aircraft Inadvertent cloud seeding | Link
605/610 (Washington State Convention Center)
Andrew Heymsfield, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and A. Bansemer, G. Thompson, H. Morrison, R. Rasmussen, Z. Wang, D. Zhang, and P. Minnis

Also see:

  • Aircraft-induced Hole Punch and Canal Clouds – AMS | Link
  • Observations of glaciating hole punch clouds: Cornell University | Link
  • Fallstreak hole, Canal Cloud, Skypunch, Wikipedia | Link

Simulation results of unintentional aircraft-induced cloud clearing | Video Link

  • 91st AMS Annual Meeting, Thursday, 27 January 2011 | Link
  • Joint Session 1: Modification of Marine and Supercooled Stratocumulus | Link
Hole Punch Clouds texas_tmo_2007029
Simulation results of unintentional aircraft-induced cloud clearing | Link
605/610 (Washington State Convention Center)
Gregory Thompson, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and H. Morrison, A. Heymsfield, and R. Rasmussen

Stratocumulus Decks – labs for inadvertent & planned cloud seeding | Video Link

  • 91st AMS Annual Meeting, Thursday, 27 January 2011 | Link
  • Joint Session 1: Modification of Marine and Supercooled Stratocumulus | Link
Marine stratocumulus cloud decks and chemtrails
Marine stratcumulus cloud decks—Natural laboratories for inadvertent and planned cloud seeding experiments | Link
605/610 (Washington State Convention Center)
Bruce Albrecht, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL

Supporting Research

Possible explanations

Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming | Link

David Keith Atmospheric Geoengineering with Aluminum Aerosols | Link
The Benefits, Risks, and Costs of Stratospheric Geoengineering | Link
Existing small jet fighter planes, like the F-15C Eagle (Figure 2a), are capable of flying into the lower stratosphere in the tropics, while in the Arctic, larger planes, such as the KC-135 Stratotanker or KC-10 Extender(Figure 2b), are capable of reaching the required altitude.

Specialized research aircraft such as the American Lockheed ER-2 and the Russian M55 Geophysica, both based on Cold War spy planes, can also reach 20 km, but neither has a very large payload or could be operated continuously to deliver gases to the stratosphere.

The Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk can reach 20 km without a pilot but costs twice as much as an F-15C. Current designs have a payload of 1-1.5 tons. Clearly it is possible to design an autonomous specialized aircraft to loft sulfuric acid precursors into the lower stratosphere, but the current analysis focuses on existing aircraft.

Options for dispersing gases from planes include the addition of sulfur to the fuel, which would release the aerosol through the exhaust system of the plane, or the attachment of a nozzle to release the sulfur from its own tank within the plane, which would be the better option. Putting sulfur in the fuel would have the problem that if the sulfur concentration were too high in the fuel, it would be corrosive and affect combustion. Also, it would be necessary to have separate fuel tanks for use in the stratosphere and in the troposphere to avoid sulfate aerosol pollution in the troposphere.

The military has already manufactured more planes than would be required for this geoengineering scenario, potentially reducing the costs of this method. Since climate change is an important national security issue [Schwartz and Randall, 2003], the military could be directed to carry out this mission with existing aircraft at minimal additional cost. Furthermore, the KC-135 fleet will be retired in the next few decades as a new generation of aerial tankers replaces it, even if the military continues to need the in-flight refueling capability for other missions.

Unlike the small jet fighter planes, the KC-135 and KC-10 are used to refuel planes mid-flight and already have a nozzle installed. In the tropics, one option might be for the tanker to fly to the upper troposphere, and then fighter planes would ferry the sulfur gas up into the stratosphere(Figure 2b). It may also be possible to have a tanker tow a glider with a hose to loft the exit nozzle into the stratosphere.
F15 KC135 SRM geoengineering
Modification of cirrus clouds to reduce global warming | Link
Since commercial airliners routinely fly in the region where cold cirrus clouds exist, it is hoped that the seeding material could either be (1) dissolved or suspended in their jet fuel and later burned with the fuel to create seeding aerosol, or (2) injected into the hot engine exhaust, which should vaporize the seeding material, allowing it to condense as aerosol in the jet contrail.

The objective would not be to seed specific cloud systems but rather to build up a background concentration of aerosol seeding material so that the air masses that cirrus will form in will contain the appropriate amount of seeding material to produce larger ice crystals.

Since the residence time of seeding material might be on the order of 1–2 weeks, release rates of seeding material would need to account for this. With the delivery process already existing, this geoengineering approach may be less expensive than other proposed approaches.
DOE Testing Idea to Shoot Particles into Sky to Fight ‘Global Warming’ | Link
U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Savannah River National Laboratory in Aiken, S.C., are conducting limited tests and developing computer models of what might happen if a huge amount of particulate matter is shot into the stratosphere.

The particles, consisting of a very fine and special form of glass - “porous-walled glass microspheres” - would be able to absorb a certain amount of carbon dioxide, and would reflect sunlight away from the Earth. …

Crutzen proposed sending aircraft 747s to dump huge quantities of sulfur particles into the far-reaches of the stratosphere to cool down the atmosphere.
Microspheres and Microworlds SRNL’s pourous, hollow glass balls open new opportunities for hydrogen storage, drug delivery, and national defense

Cost analysis of stratospheric albedo modification delivery systems | Link
Geoengineering Cost Analysis: Aurora Flight Sciences | Link
Air Force Aims for Weather Control | Link
The work involves using plasma an ionized gas to reconfigure the ionosphere. MIRAGE would employ a microwave transmitter on the ground and a small rocket that shoots chaff into the air to produce about a liter of plasma at 60–100 km. (36– 60 mi.) in altitude, changing the number of electrons in a select area of the ionosphere to create a virtual barrier.

Ionosphere reconfiguration offers two major applications of interest to the military: bouncing radars off the ionosphere, also known as over-the-horizon radar, and the ability to jam signals from the Global Positioning Satellite system, according to John Kline, the lead investigator for MIRAGE (Microwave Ionosphere Reconfiguration Ground based Emitter). | Link
Vision 2020 – US Air Force Space Command | Link
Over the past several decades, space power has primarily supported land, sea, and air operations–strategically and operationally. During the early portion of the 21st century, space power will also evolve into a separate and equal medium of warfare. Likewise, space forces will emerge to protect military and commercial national interests and investment in the space medium due to their increasing importance.
Air University
USAF Air Command and Staff College
Welcome to AIR FORCE 2025 | Link

  • Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025 | Link
  • UAV Constellations | Link
  • 2025 Operational Analysis | Link
5.5 Attack Microbots, 8.3 Sensor Microbots:”Various deployment approaches are possible, including dispersal as an aerosol, transportation by a larger platform, and full flying/crawling autonomy.”
  • Aerospace Sanctuary in 2025: Shrinking the Bull’s-Eye | Link
Shielded Base:
Application of the neutralizers could be accomplished via aerosol dispersal in quantities sufficient enough to form a suppression “cloud or fog” over the affected area.
  • Space Operations: Through The Looking Glass (Global Area Strike System) | Link
The requirement for a global, all-weather strike capability might be met by using a different laser wave length to “burn” a hole through clouds, smoke, or aerosols (using the same mirror or a different one) or by employing alternative weather-control techniques before striking for effect.
  • An Operational Analysis for Air Force 2025: An Application of Value-Focused Thinking to Future Air and Space Capabilities – US Air Force | Link
Space Systems Negation 2007 | Link
Space Systems Negation 2012 | Link
October 2003
Environmental Defense Fund

An abrupt climate change scenario and its implications for US national security | Link
The purpose of this report is to imagine the unthinkable – to push the boundaries of current research on climate change so we may better understand the potential implications on United States national security.
Operational Defenses through Weather Control in 2030 – US Air Force | Link
The United States needs to incorporate the defense against directed energy weapons with the same intensity used developing anti-ballistic missile defenses. One of the major drawbacks to optical or directed energy systems is the inability to penetrate clouds or dense fog.

Advances in technology are beginning to bring weather phenomena under our control. Greatly increased computing power and micronized delivery systems will allow us to create specific perturbations in local atmospheric conditions.

These perturbations allow for the immediate and lasting ability to create localized fog or stratus cloud formations shielding critical assets against attack from energy based weapons. The future of nanotechnology will enable creation of stratus cloud formations to defeat DEW and optically targeted attacks on United Sates assets.

The solution the weather control problem involves networked miniature balloons feeding and receiving data from a four-dimensional variation (4d-Var) computer model through esensor and actor network. Anetwork of diamond-walled balloons enters the area to be changed and then both measures and affects localized temperature and vapor content.

This system effectively shortens the control loop of an atmospheric system to the point it can be managed. The capabilities in the diamond-walled balloons are based on the future of nanotechnology.

Chemtrail Research Links

  • Agriculture Defense Coalition | Link
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  • Arizona Sky Watch | Link
  • Carnicom Institute | Link
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  • SHADE the Motion Picture | Link
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  • What in the world are they spraying? | Link
  • Why in the world are they spraying? | Link

Chemtrail Debunk Links

  • MetaBunk, Troll HQ | Link
  • Contrail Science | Link
  • Commercial aircraft ‘not viable strategy’ for geoengineering | Link
  • Stratospheric passenger flights are likely an inefficient geoengineering strategy | Link

Other Research

  • Advanced Energetics for Aeronautical Applications – Volume II
    NASA has identified water vapor emission into the upper atmosphere from commercial transport aircraft, particularly as it relates to the formation of persistent contrails, as a potential environmental problem. Since 1999, MSE has been working with NASA-LaRC to investigate the concept of a transport-size emissionless aircraft fueled with liquid hydrogen combined with other possible breakthrough technologiesLink
  • NASA Contrail Forecast (not working) | Link
  • Aerosols: Climate and Air Quality | Link
  • Air Pollution & Intentional Seeding | Link

American Meteorological Society

  • 15th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification 2001 | Link
  • 16th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification 2005 | Link
  • 17th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification 2008 | Link
  • 18th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification 2011 | Link
  • 19th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification 2013 | Link
 Chemtrails, Planned and Inadvertent Cloud Seeding LINK

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