November 28 2000
Clifford E Carnicom
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 metals within 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
Salt crystals have the ability to diffract x-rays; x-ray diffraction is a method that is commonly used to identify the atomic structure of crystals.
Barium Toxicity Profile
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