We Do Scientific Research
Serving Humanity & Public Interest
The Carnicom Institute is an educational and research organization. We serve the public welfare. We do not advocate any particular products, protocols or therapies related to health or environmental safeguard. It is up to the audience to make an educated decision on how to use the information that is presented. The Institute does not perform any medical diagnosis or prescription of therapy. All studies conducted by the Institute are for research purposes only. Any presentation, opinion or expression by any representative of the Carnicom Institute or outside affiliation in no way implies or denotes endorsement by the Institute. The Institute is not affiliated with any political or religious groups.
Serving Public Health & Welfare
The Carnicom Institute is a 501 c3 Corporation
History of the Carnicom Institute
On November 13, 2008, the Carnicom Institute became a Domestic Nonprofit corporation chartered in the state of New Mexico. On March 8, 2009, the Carnicom Institute received approval from the New Mexico Attorney General's office to operate as a non profit organization. In August, 2011, Carnicom Institute received formal notice that its request for 501 c3 status pursuant to IRS Code had been approved. What this means is that all donations to the Carnicom Institute are tax deductible as charitable contributions.
Why We Exist
Carnicom Institute is a non-profit organization working solely for the benefit of humanity and the public interest. Our goal is to provide the public with beneficial and responsible information concerning human health and the environment. The Institute is extensively active in conducting scientific research and public education relating to the consequences of geoengineering and bioengineering. Thank you for your support of Carnicom Institute.
The purpose for which the corporation is organized is to conduct scientific, educational, environmental and health research for the public welfare. This corporation shall also provide educational, scientific, legal, and media support for citizens at national and international levels and within local communities, either individually or collectively, with respect to education, environmental, and health issues that affect the general welfare.
Carnicom Institute Board Members
Clifford Carnicom is a self-employed professional computer consultant in Santa Fe, New Mexico for the past thirteen years. He provides unique on-site personal services to small businesses and individuals including system analysis, networking, software development, and website consultation design, and implementation services.
Clifford Carnicom is also the founder and President of the Carnicom Institute, a non-profit research and educational organization that is devoted to environmental and health issues. Clifford also worked as a technical research scientist acting in a professional capacity supporting analysis and development of major Department of Defense physical and weapons modeling systems, with extensive computer programming and system application development experience. He has held a Top Secret/SCI clearance. He was appointed for and completed two years of intensive graduate level studies in mathematics, statistics, computer science, and geodesy under the auspices of the Department of Defense.
In addition to computer, analytical and management skills, Clifford holds a variety of other skills and expertise from his prior careers including his work as a Cadastral Land Surveyor and research scientist in support of public domain lands of the Bureau of Land Management where he developed original software to assist in the automation and efficiency of large scale database operations. He investigated and researched alternative and sophisticated technologies for geodetic surveys.
Clifford has been a federal employee of the United States government for 15 years within three agencies, including the Department of Defense, The Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Forest Service.
Clifford was the Defense Mapping Agency Aerospace Center Employee of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, and he received the Geodetic Sciences Departmental Award for outstanding technical, managerial, and cost effective performance.
He provided the US Defense research industry with original solutions to system development and modeling problems, including application of higher mathematics, statistics, computer programming, information management, task scheduling, product development, and computer graphics. Clifford has extensive technical briefing and written communication experience. He has received the Department of Defense Best Presentation Award representative of his excellent communication skills.
His Bachelor of Science Cum Laude degree was attained in the field of Surveying and Photogrammetry from the Civil Engineering Department at California State University at Fresno, California. His post-graduate studies were conducted at The Ohio State University and Washington University. He also possesses an Associate of Sciences degree and a Forest Engineering vocational degree from College of the Redwoods in Eureka, California. His education encompasses a wide variety of disciplines, including geodetic science, advanced mathematics, engineering, statistics, physical sciences, computer science and the life sciences. Clifford is currently also a part-time foreign exchange trader; his recent studies include that of financial markets, accounting, business, music and art. He is also a certified Bookkeeping Specialist. Clifford continues to further his education with a variety of materials, including continuous self-study, the Great Courses, Thinkwell scientific courses, and online courses at Duke University.
Carol was born in Washington, but lived most of her life in Montana until moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband, Clifford, in 1998.
As a child she lived outside of Missoula, Montana, where she went to elementary and high school, and later to the University of Montana, majoring in music.
In the 70ís and 80ís she lived near Sun River, Montana, raising a family and managing a small farm which she and her first husband owned. She continued with her music by taking private cello lessons and playing in the Great Falls Symphony. She also began studying photography more seriously.
In 1995, Carol attended the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in Missoula, Montana.
Carol has taught music at the Santa Fe Waldorf School since 1999. For nearly 10 years, she also managed a program at St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe for young alcohol offenders. At the present time she continues teaching at Waldorf, both classes and private cello lessons, and furthers her photography with occasional photography shows, as well as selling prints and photo greeting cards.
Carolís involvement with the Carnicom Institute is a reflection of her support for the outstanding research Clifford is doing on the environmental and health issues currently affecting all of us.