RESEARCH TRENDS AND APPEALS
Clifford E Carnicom
Nov 26 2003
Edited Dec 02 2003

Research into the aerosol operations is currently focused upon the geophysical energy implications of a changing earth momentum, solar energy influx and artificial energy sources of great magnitude, such as the HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) facility. Attention is devoted to the examination of primary geophysical fields of the earth, including but not limited to kinetic energy, mass, gravitation, atmospheric and magnetic changes and their potential association with the aerosol operations. The impact of such energy changes and sources upon biological systems must also be examined.

There is an equivalence of energy levels between the HAARP facility and that which results from high solar storm activity. This finding affirms the proposition that the HAARP facility is expected to have a global impact upon the energy state of the earth.

The consequences of directed biological operations upon the populace must also be considered as an element of legitimate concern and alarm.

Limited time and resources are available to conduct the necessary studies and proposals for research. Certain studies require extended time and effort to complete. Work is conducted and presented to the public as circumstances permit.

High level research and activism in numerous scientific and social disciplines by independent professionals (e.g, medicine, health, biology, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, genetic engineering, nuclear physics, quantum physics, plasma physics, astrophysics, geophysics, electromagnetics, electrical engineering, meteorology, environmental testing, international law, media, journalism, funding and investment, non-profit administrators, marketing, international lobbyists and political activism, international law and advocacy, etc.) acting on behalf of the public interest at a national or global level remains under solicitation.

It is expected that governmental services should fulfill the majority of the above requirements when a case for environmental and biological peril exists; the current state of affairs demonstrates an abysmal failure of governments to serve that duty. It is therefore required that independent, private and non-profit interests assume that role. It is not wise to think that unlimited time for organization of these efforts exists, and that there will be no consequence if the operations do not cease.


Clifford E Carnicom
Nov 26 2003

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