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Contrails over Chesapeake BayScientist Says Chemtrails, Shuttle Launches Endangering Earth

by William Thomas
Aug 7th 2006

Preface - Total article 3230 words. A Canadian atmospheric scientist warns that chemtrails, airliners and shuttle launches are weakening the stratosphere and destroying Earth’s ozone layer—threatening all life on Earth.

It was one of those messages that phones are notorious for delivering—the kind of call that cancels the sleep and makes flu symptoms worse. But this time, the health of the entire planet was at stake.

A concerned Canadian scientist named Neil Finley was on the line to inform me that high-altitude jet traffic, space launches and chemtrails are threatening to destroy not only Earth’s protective radiation shielding—but the stratosphere itself.

This wasn’t entirely news. Ken Caldeira, the scientist at the Lawrence Livermore atom bomb laboratories who had run Edward Teller’s computer simulations for an atmospheric “sunscreen” had earlier told me that a program involving the spraying of millions of tons of sunlight-reflecting chemicals high in the stratosphere could “destroy the ozone layer.”

What was news was an atmospheric scientists expressing concern over chemtrails.

oil painting reveals chemtrailsCHEMBOWS
On June 16, 2006, while driving on Highway 1 near Victoria, British Columbia, ” Finley related, “I stopped to view a huge, white, flat cloud—incredibly white, incredibly wide. It was shocking to see.”

Sunlight reflected from that massive unnatural cloud through his tinted sun visor “occulted” the sun, as he described it, into prismatic bars: “all pink, green and purple.” Such “birefringence,” Finley explained, “never happens with water vapor, because color separation only occurs in a crystal index of refraction.”

Say again?

chembowSuch prismatic interferences with wavelengths of light only occur with “extremely, extremely fine solid material,” Finley tried again. These fine, suspended particles “causes interference patterns around each particle, changing the color of the light.”

Finley said he was specifically referring to the chemicals artificially released into the sky by “tankers”.

While water vapor freezing into high-altitude ice crystals can put “sundogs” around the sun and an occasional halo around the moon, the oily rainbow colors much more commonly seen in jet-trails and artificial clouds are chemical signatures, he related.

These chlorine chemicals cascading directly into the ozone layer from airliners, chemtrail tankers and other military aircraft flying above 13 kilometers—as well as nearly continuous solid-fuel rocket launches from Cape Canaveral and Vandenberg Air Force Base are chewing up Earth’s remaining ozone layer.

After years of misleading media reports hailing Earth’s “recovering ozone layer”, we are still “on the cusp” of ozone recovery, says atmospheric researcher Elizabeth Weatherhead at the University of Colorado and lead author of the most recent ozone study. [Nature May 4/06; CBS/AP June 1/06]

The Associated Press and CBS News now confirm that Earth's sunscreen “appears poised” for the recovery they’ve been long reporting. Unless, that is, rapid Greenhouse Warming continues to skew atmospheric temperatures and circulations patterns, the rapid rise of methane gas from billions of cows and megatons of melting permafrost, a steep rise in nitrous oxide emissions from more than 5 million high-altitude jet airliner flights annually—and a projected 1,468 orbital rocket launches between 1998 and 2010 added to 3,174 launches already made from 1991 to 1997—“affect the outcome.” [CSIRO Telecommunications and Industrial Physics, Australia Feb 28/02]

Guess what?

Last winter, the protective ozone layer over the Arctic thinned to the lowest levels since records. At high altitudes, 50% of the protective layer was destroyed.

What’s going on?

While increased greenhouse gases in the air trap more heat in the lower atmosphere, sunlight reflected back into space by artificial clouds formed by chemtrails, airline exhausts and solid-fuel rocket launches is causing the upper stratosphere (between 14 and 26 kilometres above the Earth) to get much colder.

Winter stratospheric ice clouds trap vast expanses of ozone-eating chemicals—and they are increasing in size and frequency. From the end of November 2005 to the end of February 2006, there were more ozone-destroying ice clouds that lingered for longer periods than ever previously recorded.

In late March, when ozone depletion was at its worst, ice clouds drifted over the UK and Europe as far south as northern Italy—frying exposed life forms below.

On April 26, 2005, scientists told a meeting in Vienna that "the atmospheric lifetime of these [ozone depleting] compounds is extremely long and the concentrations will remain at dangerously high levels for another half century."

As Professor John Pyle explains, “We thought things would start to get better because of the phasing out of CFCs and other chemicals because of the Montreal protocol, but this has not happened. The pollution levels have leveled off but changes in the atmosphere have made it easier for the chemical reactions to take place that allow pollutants to destroy ozone. With these changes likely to continue and get worse as global warming increases, then ozone will be further depleted even if the level of pollution is going down.”

For each 1% drop in ozone levels, about 1% more UV-B reaches the Earth's surface. [WMO 2002]

A reduction in ozone of 1% leads to increases of up to 3% in some forms of non-melanoma skin cancer. [UNEP 1998]

The UN environment program estimates that for every 1% thinning of the ozone layer there is a 2% to 3% rise in skin cancer. It can also cause cataracts--even if dark glasses are worn. Since some species are more vulnerable than others, an increase in UV exposure has the potential to cause a shift in species composition and reduce diversity in ecosystems. Excess UV radiation cuts photosynthesis in plants, reducing the size and yield of winter wheat and other crops.

Over half of all new cancers are skin cancers. One person dies of melanoma every hour. More than 1 million new cases of skin cancer were diagnosed in the United States in 2004The incidence of melanoma more than tripled among Caucasians between 1980 and 2003. [Rachel’s Jan 5/87]

phytoplankton provides life on EarthNO PLANKTON = NO PEOPLE
Onboard a plant that is mostly seawater, the microscopic plants that underpin all life in the oceans are being starved as global warming halts the vital up welling of nutrients from the deep sea.

Now, increased solar radiation streaming through the holes left rocket launches and airline flights are also frying the oceanic plankton that provide most of our spaceship’s oxygen, while scrubbing huge amounts of carbon out of the atmosphere. “Reducing the world's populations of phytoplankton would significantly impact the world's carbon cycle,” warns the Guardian, by leaving more carbon in the air. [Independent Jan 19/06; Guardian Apr 27/05]

In November 2005, starvation from lack of plankton led, in turn, to catastrophic collapse in sea and bird life along America's Northwest Pacific seaboard and in the North Sea. [Independent Nov 13/05]

The chemtrail saga began in August 1997, when the late Dr. Edward Teller presented a paper prepared by the US government’s National Academy of Sciences to the 22nd International Seminar on Planetary Emergencies in Sicily. Teller predicted, “Increases in average world-wide temperature of the magnitude currently predicted can be canceled by preventing about 1% of incoming solar radiation” from reaching the Earth. “The total cost of such an enhanced scattering operation would probably be at most $1 billion per year.”

But chemtrails are wrecking the atmosphere.

Radar observations reported by Air Traffic Controllers tracking US air force tankers and their lingering chemical plumes over Edmonton, Canada and every major airport in the USA report specially sequestered altitudes for these chemical lay downs at 37,000 feet—right at the floor of the stratosphere, which until recently began about 13 kilometers above the surface of the Earth.

The 7-10 million tons of aluminum oxide Teller urged to be added to jet fuel as a protective “sunscreen” are being released into an ozone layer that, if compressed at sea level would be no thicker than the gap in a spark plug (approximately 0.1 inch thick). []

Exactly as Caldera’s models forecast, chemtrails are reflecting enough sunlight from this planet’s upper atmosphere to cool the stratosphere and form giant ice-clouds that concentrate megatons of long-lingering ozone-destroying chemicals. Finley has discovered that a 3-degrees Fahrenheit temperature drop per decade at an altitude of 40 km has resulted in “about a 10% cooling of the stratosphere.”

After a year or two, Finley said, millions of tons of aluminum oxide in chemtrails and solid-fuel rocket exhausts falls downward to form a new boundary layer between the troposphere and the stratosphere above. According to Finley, these aluminum oxide deposits are allowing the troposphere where we live, and where weather is formed, to push higher into a weakened stratosphere.

Storm clouds are characteristically flat on their “anvil” tops because they are hitting the bottom of stratosphere. As the stratosphere weakens, storm tops broaden and rise. As convection updrafts drill upwards from 13 to14 to 15 kilometers, more moisture is sucked higher, where, Finley explained, “incredibly low temperatures holds hail up there become baseball-size killer stuff”—just like the monster hail that hammered Arizona, stripping paint off cars and causing flash floods, in late July 2006.

During the past three decades, researchers have measured a cooling of the stratosphere and a warming of the lower troposphere. These changes could affect the height of the tropopause, the boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere. Such a change could, in turn, affect the height of convection currents within the troposphere, such as those associated with thunderstorms, and could possibly affect the intensity of those storms. It might also alter the positions of the planet's jet streams and thus the movement of weather systems. []

The upwards-expanding troposphere is especially invasive of the stratosphere in the hot tropics, Finley added, “where typhoons and hurricanes form.”

Comparing the chemtrail and shuttle-shredded ozone layer to “a tire being eroded to core,” Finley warned that an atmospheric “blowout” could be fatal to life on Earth.

Stratospheric cooling resulting from reflected sunlight is not the only atmospheric threat posed by chemtrails, whose microscopic particle irritants are also linked to severe human health affects on the ground. According to the Space And Missile Systems Center Air Force Materiel Command, “Worldwide use of CFCs over the last several decades has resulted in the introduction of about 25 million tons of CFCs to the atmosphere.”

But as ultraviolet radiation from sunlight breaks down these chlorine molecules, about 300,000 tons of chlorine atoms are liberated into the stratosphere each year.

chemtrails over Las VegasNow comes the Catch-22 of ozone depletion: The destruction of atmospheric ozone results in no net loss of the chlorine required to cause the destruction. This means that the same chlorine molecules are available to restart the destruction cycle! [Space And Missile Systems Center Air Force Materiel Command Nov 1/94]

“And that pool of more than half a century’s accumulated chlorine emissions is enormous,” Finley observed.

This anxious atmospheric scientist cautioned that by reactivating this atmospheric reservoir of ozone depleting chlorine, the aluminum oxide found in lab tests of chemtrails fallout is acting “like a detonator to dynamite.”

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