Editor's Note from ChemtrailCentral.com " A little-known $385 million
contract for Halliburton subsidiary KBR to build detention facilities for
"an emergency influx of immigrants" is another step down the Bush
administration's road toward martial law, the writer says."
"DUE TO AN ATTACK ON THIS WEBSITE,
I'VE HAD TO CREATE ANOTHER
THE UNHIVED MIND II IS NOW OPEN
"THE CIA FRONT...EVERGREEN AIR...located at PINAL
AIRPARK-MARANA ARIZONA..a LONGTIME CIA/NSA SECRET FACILITY FOR MORE THAN 40
YEARS..is the PRIME MODIFICATION CENTER THAT MODIFIES A WIDE RANGE OF
AIRCRAFT TYPES TO CONDUCT THE "COVERT" CHEMTRAIL SPRAY OPERATIONS THAT BEGAN
OVER THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES IN NOVEMBER OF 1998...PRIOR TO THIS, SELECTED
AREAS OF THE U.S. HAD CHEMTRAIL OPERATIONS TO TEST ALL THE TECHNOLOGY
EMPLOYED IN THESE CHEMTRAIL SPRAY OPERATIONS AND TO DETERMINE THE OPERATING
PARAMENTERS RELATED TO AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE ENVELOPES AND OPTIMUM
ATMOSPHERIC CONDITONS...ONCE THIS WAS ACCOMPLISHED....THE NATIONWIDE PROGRAM
BEGAN AND IS BEING CONDUCTED UNDER MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM CODE NAME...THE 2
PROGRAM CODE NAMES MOST OFTEN DISCUSSED ARE "OPERATION CLOVER LEAF" and
"OPERATION RAINDANCE"....WITHIN MONTHS OF THE OPERATION OVER THE UNITED
STATES BEGINNING...CHEMTRAIL SPRAY OPERATIONS BEGAN OVER WIDE PARTS OF
DOZENS OF COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST NOTABLE EXCEPTION BEING CHINA....."
Targeting clouds, with method to use the clouds to react with the surface.
Target clouds or altering the aerosol base to make it plasma-like or
statically charged. "electron precipitation"
Once electron precipitation is achieved
When the altered clouds are released of the static energy, the drops the heavier material falls down as it loses charge. This also causes the other
toxic lighter materials move upward after release. Research suggest that these reactions could very well be controlled via pulse frequency. Most likely using a very complex computer program model.
A recently published book, Trends in Photonics, includes a chapter "Photonic-Bandgap-Fiber Sensors for Gas Detection," that was written by Michael Buric, Kevin Chen, Joel Falk, and Steven Woodruff of NETL. This chapter focuses on their early work studying the use of photonic bandgap optical fibers as gas sensors utilizing Raman spectroscopy. The chapter was written at the invitation of the editor, Prof. John Canning of the Interdisciplinary Photonics Laboratories, University of Sydney, who produced the book for Research Signpost, Kerala, India. The authors are research colleagues in a Regional University Alliance project that is developing a gas sensor for natural gas, syngas from coal gasification, and biogas from landfills and biodigestion. The sensor can monitor all species in these gases with a onesecond time response.
The implants also contain odd crystalline structures and carbon nanostructures, which Colbern thinks are part of a sophisticated electronics/communication system meant to generate certain scalar frequencies -- possibly used to transmit sensory and physiological information. -
"For anyone with stakes in the manmade disaster business, it had everything going for it: lurid images of polar meltdown, drowning cities, and dried-up farmland; a threat of global dimensions that demanded coordinated global action, and hence the institution of a global policing authority that had long been the dream of those who would abolish sovereign nation states; limitless opportunities for tax-funded "further research" and worthy political causes; and all the usual suspects to blame for opponents of industrial civilization and the Western way of life in general."
"When a high voltage is applied to the terminals, an electrical current flows through the tube. The current will disassociate electrons from the gas molecules, creating ions, and when electrons recombine with the ions, different lighting effects are created"
"The lightning rocket system of this invention comprises a rocket launcher that is in communication with a detection device that measures the presence of electrostatic and ionic change in close proximity to the rocket launcher that also fires the rocket launcher. This system is designed to control the time and the location of a lightning strike. The lightning rocket can be comprised of solid propellant that has cesium salts added which produces a conductive path when the exhaust gases are discharged from the rocket that is expelled to the static layer of a thundercloud. A conducting lightning rod which is grounded and positioned along side the launch tube for the solid propellant is in communication with the conductive path to thereby control the time and location of a lightning strike from the thundercloud. In a liquid expelled rocket a solution of calcium chloride is used to form a conductive path from a thundercloud. As the rocket flies to the thundercloud this liquid is expelled aft forming a column in the air of particles that are more electrically conductive than the surrounding air. In a similar fashion to the system employing a solid propellant as the conductive producer this conductive path conducts a lightning strike to ground to thereby control the time and location of a lightning strike from the thundercloud."
Emotion Processing in Brain Is Influenced by Color of Ambient Light, Study Suggests -
"The results of their study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, show that the colour of light influences the way the brain processes emotional stimuli." - Cyclotron Research Centre (University of Liege), Geneva Center for Neuroscience and Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (University of Geneva), and Surrey Sleep Research Centre (University of Surrey)
Unique Duality: 'Exotic' Superconductor With Metallic Surface Discovered -
"...every single atom of every single copper wire is able to carry a current, which dissipates a bit as it travels. Similarly, all the molecules in normal superconductors conduct electricity without resistance when the material is placed at the appropriate temperature." http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/11/101102163958.htm
"The known states of electronic matter are insulators, metals, magnets, semiconductors and superconductors, and each of them has brought us new technology," said M. Zahid Hasan, an associate professor of physics at Princeton who led the research team.
Novel Playground -
"Cornell researchers have developed a method to self-assemble metals into complex nanostructures. Applications include making more efficient and cheaper catalysts for fuel cells and industrial processes and creating microstructured surfaces to make new types of conductors that would carry more information across microchips than conventional wires do." - http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080627163242.htm
"The need for this study became evident with the rise of new molecular imaging research and multimodality imaging instruments and probes, which could provide better and earlier diagnosis for a variety of diseases," said Zhen Cheng, Ph.D., co-author of the study and assistant professor of radiology at >>>>>Stanford University<<<<
Facile Synthesis Of Nanoparticles With Multiple Functions
Singapore's Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) - "IBN researchers have developed a protocol to transfer metal ions from an aqueous solution to an organic solution such as toluene. Metal compounds that can dissolve in water are inexpensive and commonly available." http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/090713170752.htm
New Propulsion Method Developed for Metallic Micro And Nano-Objects -
"Several approaches are currently being explored to induce controlled directional motion of nano-or micro-objects. In particular, scientists are studying the use of so-called 'fuel molecules' which, by decomposing, can propel a dissymmetric object. Other potential avenues include reproducing natural systems by mimicking the motion of bacteria or the rotation of well-known biological systems such as ATP synthase." - Bordeaux Institute of Molecular Sciences (CNRS/ENSCBP/Universités Bordeaux 1 and 4)
Scientists Trick Bacteria Into Embedding Small Molecules in Cell Wall -
"A team of Yale University scientists has engineered the cell wall of the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, tricking it into incorporating foreign small molecules and embedding them within the cell wall." http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/10/101007171415.htm
GMO angle -
Insecticides from Genetically Modified Corn Found in Adjacent Streams -
"Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Cary Institute aquatic ecologist Dr. Emma Rosi-Marshall and colleagues report that streams throughout the Midwestern Corn Belt are receiving insecticidal proteins that originate from adjacent genetically modified crops. The protein enters streams through runoff and when corn leaves, stalks, and plant parts are washed into stream channels."
>>>>"In 2009, more than 85% of U.S. corn crops were genetically modified to repel pests and/or resist herbicide exposure."<<<<
Radically Simple Technique Developed to Grow Conducting Polymer Thin Films
"Oil and water don't mix, but add in some nanofibers and all bets are off" -
"The beauty of this method lies in its simplicity and versatility," said California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) researcher Richard B. Kaner, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/11/101102091108.htm
While we all want to keep a green home without sacrificing cleanliness, the notoriously dangerous chemicals that are in the majority of household products are making our homes less then safe. Most homes in the United States create a buildup of 100 pounds of hazardous waste, which is caused by the toxic ingredients in cleaning products and other household necessities like batteries and house paint. The EPA estimates that the air inside of most American homes is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside air. With this in mind, we here at HuffPost Green decided to investigate green, safe and easy make your own household products recipes.
Interested in making your own laundry detergent? Dish soap and furniture polish? Even silver cleaner? Flip through our slideshow of DIYGreen household product recipes and create your own. If you're lucky, you will find that you have most of the necessary ingredients at home already.
Traditional laundry detergents and fabric softeners contain chemicals derived from non-renewable petroleum that can contaminate drinking water supplies and endanger aquatic life when they leave your washing machine. Avoid the hazards of chemical-laden detergents by making your own at home with natural ingredients. (You might just save a few bucks too!)
Here is one example from this article on Fabric softener
* Add approximately 1/4 cup of baking soda to the wash cycle in place of chemical fabric softener.
* Alternatively, add 1/4 cup of white vinegar to the washing machine as a softener and to remove static cling, or soak a rag in vinegar and throw it in the dryer with your load to help reduce lint and static.
ENERGY AND WATER USES ::: SAVE
Home laundering is a frequent necessity that consumes large amounts of water and energy. Eighty percent of the total energy expended on clothing in the US is attributed to laundering, rather than production or distribution. The national laundry load amounts to 35 billion home laundering cycles per year, costing the average household about $150 annually.
Choose a front-loading ENERGY STAR washer
A washing machine with an ENERGY STAR label uses 18 to 25 gallons of water and 50 percent less energy per load than a standard machine. They also extract more water from laundry, thus requiring shorter drying times. Front-loading washing machines use 40 percent less water, 50 percent less energy, and significantly less detergent than traditional top-loading washing machines. Choosing a front-loading ENERGY STAR-certified washing machine can result in considerable resource savings, as well as substantial cost savings over the lifetime of your washer.
FACTS: Did you know that ???
Did you know that washers and dryers emit climate-changing greenhouse gases.
Since so much energy is required to heat washing machine water, you can cut
your washing machine's CO2 emissions by 100 pounds simply by washing in cold
water. Dryers, for their part, emit an average of 1,442 pounds of carbon
dioxide annually: if each American home air-dried one load of laundry each
year, the US would cut its CO2 emissions by 250,000 tons.
Detergents and fabric softeners
Did you know that fabric softeners and laundry detergents contain synthetic
chemicals derived from petroleum, a non-sustainable resource whose
extraction and production has caused major environmental damage to soil,
surface and ground waters, and local ecosystems, and contributes to global
warming. The ingredients in detergents and softeners vary in their toxicity
levels and subsequent environmental impacts, but all are disposed of through
normal home waste water channels. The US Geological Survey (USGS) found that
3,500 kilograms of one of these ingredients, linear alkylate sulfonate,
enter the Mississippi River every day. As a result,the US Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) has established the Industrial and Institutional
Laundry Partnership to work with detergent manufacturers to create more
health and environmentally conscious products. One detergent surfactant
nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), is toxic to aquatic plants and animals.
Though this chemical is banned in certain parts of Europe, it can still be
found in some detergents made in the US because of cost. Follo the money!
Related health issues
Did you know that laundry detergents may contain various ingredients and
fragrances that can irritate the skin or respiratory system and exacerbate
allergies. Certain fragrances are a health risk because they contain
phthalates, which have been linked to cancer and reproductive system risks.
Some detergents may also include chlorine bleach. Bleach can form
health-threatening toxic gases when combined with other household chemicals
and is a highly caustic skin irritant.
Big looming questions: Shapeshifters ~ "skin mottling effect"
Is there a correlation between what we are seeing on the skin on
tv (that is NOT digitally manipulated) and morgellons?
Although neither my hubby nor I have outer signs of morgellons,
some incidents happened about a year ago that caused me to investigate this.
I came to the conclusion that we ALL carry some degree of morg inside of our
bodies and that it has been delivered in many ways. Mold spores, fungus, gm
foods, dirt, c-trails, drugs, insects, the list of delivery methods is
endless. Gulf War in Middle East seems to be a direct source.
I've also collected samples that I've found on fabrics and various other
places, samples both large and small, and made photos via a usb microscope.
Much to my dismay, I've found morgellons absolutely everywhere.
Back to my point: Recently another FB friend sent me this video by
email and I've watched MANY of this girl's documentations of her own
decade-long battle with this disease.
I began to study the FACES of people who display the symptoms and noticed a
pattern exists on the utube videos of (so-called) shape-shifters on tv.
The white matter in the faces of those visibly affected on their faces by
morgellons looks similar to that of those videos taken from the tv and
slowed down to show possible (reptilian?) morphing. An extreme example of
this is the Jena Bush video where not only her face but her hair also looks
more like a type of video moray pattern. A very similar, yet much more
subtle pattern can be found on news casters' faces especially when they have
lights shining on them while reporting in the dark. (There is one video in
particular that shows a tv anchor man reporting in front of a school and he
runs out of the camera view to the right, you may have seen this one too.)
"Often times the patterns in clothing will interact with the [tv] camera's
scanning pattern and generate new patterns or what is known as moray
~~quoted from: Tips on how to dress for TV
The mincanada1 girl shows the white spots on her face, a review of other
visible morg victims faces have similar patterns.
A good article -
The top five ingredients you avoid
"...considering that most people are in a position that they purchase most of their food and dont' have access to some of the organic options that would be ideal, it seems far more prudent to talk of reducing or eliminating some particularly bad offenders that are still very prevalent in many peoples diets rather then harp on some of the finer points of food production and its resultant shortcomings related to the health of end food products."
"Testing for bioengineered crops, also referred to as Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), has become a necessity in light of legislation imposed in member countries of the European Union, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and in an increasing number of other countries. They established labeling laws for approved bioengineered crops, while prohibiting the import of unapproved varieties. For approved varieties, commonly tolerance thresholds are established below which a product does not have to be labeled as containing or derived from GMOs."
F.D.A. Bribe Charges Filed
" Federal bribery charges were filed in Baltimore yesterday against Charles Y. Chang, a former branch chief in the Food and Drug Administration.
Mr. Chang was accused of accepting a free trip to Hong Kong in 1987 and gifts of furniture from American Therapeutics Inc. a Bohemia, L.I., manufacturer of generic drugs. Government officials said Mr. Chang had pleaded guilty. No charges were filed against American Therapeutics. The company did not respond to requests for comment. "
Bribery in medicine: How drug authorities, Big Pharma pushers and other medical racket operators forfeit ethics for power and profits.
"Mike Espy, Spiro Agnew, the Bolsheviks -- why, even Thomas Edison participated in bribery. African American civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois exposed the connections between bribery, exploitation and the "new capitalism" of his day; however, bribery was an epidemic even in ancient civilizations, widespread among the Greeks and Egyptians. In fact, Egyptian history offers one of the most unique examples of bribery, as sugar-addicted Egyptian court ambassadors were repeatedly bribed with sugar and expensive spices."
Sex, Drugs and Oil; Sordid Tale of Bush Interior Department or SOP?
"The Bush Inspector General in the US Department of the Interior issued a report one year ago about government officials involved in a literal and figurative orgy of misbehaviour while working for both the government AND having lucrative contracts with the oil company affiliates they were supposedly regulating.
Nice work if you can get it."