PARTICULATE CRIMES
Clifford E Carnicom
Jul 06 2001

The following photographs introduce another body of evidence that demonstrates that the atmosphere of this earth has been tragically altered as a result of the aerosol operations. It is the duty of each citizen of this nation and of the globe to seek an immediate accountability for the damage that has been done. These photographs extend the earlier body of evidence presented on this site that demonstrates the saturation levels of particulate matter that are now in our atmosphere.

Each citizen is urged to recognize the events which are herein recorded as being a crime against humanity. Each citizen is urged to demand the immediate cessation of the aerosol operations under progress. Each citizen is urged to seek an immediate disclosure of the parties responsible for the damage to the atmosphere, health and the environment. Each citizen is urged to seek immediate accountability for those events which we as a people have become subject to. Life and health, as it has been known, will not continue unaffected under the present circumstances.

The level of particulate matter visible under these controlled lighting conditions is by any measure astounding. The direct involvement of the citizenry at large is required to bring an end to the aerosol operations that have been conducted without informed consent.



These photographs are stills taken from a video taken on the night of Jul 05 2001 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The methods used to acquire these photographs are the result of original research by an individual on the message board attached to www.carnicom.com, whom is registered as 'loookinup'. The method employs a 1,000,000 candlepower flashlight (Q-Beam) in combination with a video camera. The particulate matter shown is approximately 6-12 inches from the lens of the video camera. Light of this intensity is required to make the particulate matter visible at the level recorded within these images. These methods are a counterpart to those earlier described involving observation of the sun's corona under specific lighting conditions. The methods shown have the advantage of being able to be produced at will under conditions of darkness, and they provide for controlled visibility of the abundant particulate matter now in our atmosphere.

Clifford E Carnicom
Jul 06 2001

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