Chemtrails Update

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Chemtrails Update

Highlights

  • Chemtrail Samples I
  • Chemtrail Samples II
  • Environmental Modification
  • About the show

    Research scientist Clifford Carnicom discussed his latest findings in the chemtrail phenomenon. Differentiating chemtrails from contrails, he noted that contrails from jets occur in cold dry air, and unlike chemtrails don't stay visible for long in the sky.Chemtrails result from planes conducting aerosol spraying in covert operations that pilots may not be fully briefed about, he said.

    He listed six different agendas or motives for these operations, some of which may overlap: environment or climate changes, biological, military purposes, electromagnetic, geophysical or global effects, and exotic propulsion systems.Carnicom said analysis of material from chemtrails has revealed magnetic salts, including the toxic substance of barium. Fibers, submicron in size, have also been detected, and they bear a physical similarity to the filaments found in Morgellons Disease, he commented.

    It's possible that the spraying is being used to alter the physics of the atmosphere and harness the energy of storms, said Carnicom, who added that he believed these attempts were diminishing the amount of rain and moisture. He also noted that respiratory ailments were on the rise and may be related to increased particulates in the air. He cited a recent NASA report detailing a "Twilight Zone" of aerosols in the sky.

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    First hour guest, Gulf War veterans advocate Joyce Riley discussed soldiers being sickened by vaccines. The Dept. of Defense is covertly using soldiers as "experimental guinea pigs," for unproven and dangerous vaccines, she declared.

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