Chemtrail Analysis Project

Des O

New Member
We have another person asking for money to film something. This time they want to document the sampling of a chemtrail. I wish them luck! If he actually does get the money I hope he actually does this and releases all the info.


http://www.alienn.com/chemtrail/
 

Spongebob

Active Member
We have another person asking for money to film something. This time they want to document the sampling of a chemtrail. I wish them luck! If he actually does get the money I hope he actually does this and releases all the info.


http://www.alienn.com/chemtrail/


LOL - We have no idea how to obtain a sample of chemtrail, but if you send enough £5`s we promise to sit and think about it... :D
 

solrey

Senior Member.
They think they can intersect a contrail, at an altitude of over 30,000 feet, to collect a sample with a balloon? Yeah, right. Good luck with that. Or are they just planning on sending it up into a bank of cirrus, errr ummm chemclouds?

Either way, they're daft.
 

Mick West

Administrator
Staff member
One would hope that at least attempting to design such an experiment would force them to consider the actual facts and figures involved, and they might see the light.
 

Billzilla

Senior Member.
One would hope that at least attempting to design such an experiment would force them to consider the actual facts and figures involved, and they might see the light.

Get me a Cessna Citation, I'll take it up to whatever altitude is needed to get the samples.
On the C-550's it'd be possible to climb up unpressurised and have a sample probe in the small triangular window on the Captain's side. Or even remove the window and plug it with a specially made panel that contains the probe.
 
G

Guest

Guest
Why not go over and give them some advice?

OK. Something like this?

I'm guessing this remote chemical sensor is some kind of spectrograph? Absorption spectrography would be the way to go, imo. Why not just use a cheap telescope and a good spectrometer? Simply point the scope with spectrometer at clear skies to get a baseline absorption spectrum for a clear atmosphere, then focus the scope on the trail only to read it's absorption spectrum then compare. Here's "A Comparative Review of some Commercial Spectrographs".
http://users.erols.com/njastro/faas/pages/paper001.htm

Doesn't seem like such a good idea to launch large balloons carrying instrument packages into commercial air traffic corridors anyway, sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. Just sayin'.

Heads up for Mick. Couldn't login under my username so just signed in as a guest.

cheers
 

Mick West

Administrator
Staff member
Heads up for Mick. Couldn't login under my username so just signed in as a guest.
cheers

Yeah, sorry, I'm trying to install some go-faster software, but it must have been going too fast or something. I ended up locking myself out for a while.
 

solrey

Senior Member.
Yeah, sorry, I'm trying to install some go-faster software, but it must have been going too fast or something. I ended up locking myself out for a while.

No worries. I worked in the IT world for over six years, I feel your pain.

I did a little searching for info on using spectroscopy to analyze the atmosphere and found that Carnicom was talking about it back in 2000.

http://www.carnicom.com/spectra1.htm

The unusual presence of the element barium in the atmosphere now appears to have been affirmed through the methods of spectroscopy.
[..]
One visual light prism spectroscope and one visual light diffraction-grating spectrometer are being used within the study, and the results from each are cross-checked with each other.

Is he unaware or just lying about the presence of barium in the atmosphere? Along with natural vectors, burning coal and petroleum fuels releases barium into the atmosphere, as well as strontium among other things. Did he ever complete that "study" and if so, what were the results? A certain amount of barium in the air is natural and expected.

http://www.inchem.org/documents/ehc/ehc/ehc107.htm

It (barium) may be found as a natural component of fossil fuel and is present in air, water, and soil.

cheers
 

Jay Reynolds

Senior Member.
No worries. I worked in the IT world for over six years, I feel your pain.

I did a little searching for info on using spectroscopy to analyze the atmosphere and found that Carnicom was talking about it back in 2000.

http://www.carnicom.com/spectra1.htm



Is he unaware or just lying about the presence of barium in the atmosphere? Along with natural vectors, burning coal and petroleum fuels releases barium into the atmosphere, as well as strontium among other things. Did he ever complete that "study" and if so, what were the results? A certain amount of barium in the air is natural and expected.

http://www.inchem.org/documents/ehc/ehc/ehc107.htm



cheers

I dealt with that at the ime it ame out. Here is what I found:

http://goodsky.homestead.com/files/bariumreport.html
 

Danny55

Senior Member.
I get the feeling though, that they are going into this testing with a little bias
"admin on April 7, 2012 at 12:28 PM said:HI Shirley,
Regarding doing tests globally; we are going to publish everything here regarding results, how to, know how, where to buy and so on and as cheaply as possible so you’ll hopefully be able to organise a small team and be able to test for yourself.
We will be doing a results site where you can publish, linked from here with a search to countries/areas where several people are interested in the same plan (and others will catch on) a centralised place for publishing and commenting so we will be getting that done soon.
I feel that horrible sense of anger, dispear and hopelessness which washes over you when you hear about things like the testing going on in your area… we are all so so sick to death of all these crimes, we can all only try and do our best but I think people are catching on… they sure will when we can publish results that they are being sprayed like unwanted insects! so that will be a start, I hope.
Cheers for now
Ian."
 
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