A Study in
“From a drop of water, a logician could infer the possibility of an Atlantic or a Niagara without having seen or heard of one or the other. So all life is a great chain, the nature of which is known whenever we are shown a single link of it.”
Prime Suspect –
On August 11, 2015,
Refreshingly, this scientist, in an official publication, makes no bones about the fact that particulates are being deliberately emplaced into the upper levels of the troposphere for the purposes of geoengineering and
Presents evidence that toxic coal combustion fly ash is the most likely aerosolized particulate sprayed by tanker-jets for geoengineering, weather-modification and climate-modification purposes.
States that in the spring of 2014 he began to notice these operations whilst residing in San Diego, California.
Goes on to outline the growing awareness and concern on the part of the public and efforts to observe air-craft (which he identifies as tanker-jets) involved in this activity and to collect, analyze (making use of commercial laboratories) and catalogue samples of rainwater, soil and other residue as evidence.
Outlines attempts at
disinformation such as claims that the trails are merely ice crystals formed from jet exhaust.
Notes that post-trailing rainwater has been found to frequently contain Aluminium and Barium and sometimes, Strontium, all of which should not be present in natural rainwater.
The presence of both barium and strontium was intriguing as alkaline elements often occur together in nature (though not naturally in rain water).
This suggested to him that the undisclosed particulate matter might be a residual of coal combustion.
Considering the costs and logistics of annually producing vast quantities of
Coal Ash (CA)
Coal fly ash, which consists of micron and sub-micron particles, is light and would travel along with the water vapour up
This stored coal ash, which is rich in Aluminium Oxide (about 30%), is used for numerous applications including being added to cement, road base, drywall, bauxite and as
Herndon applied two methods to investigate his hypothesis.
One involved comparing the proportions of the elements, Aluminium (Al), Barium (Ba), Strontium (Sr), Iron (Fe), Calcium (Ca), (S), Manganese (Mg), and Boron (B) contained in the
The second involved comparing the proportions of the elements contained in dust
Identification was made of a 3 element fingerprint of Aluminium, Barium and Strontium in trailed rainwater to a global extent, including countries such as the United States, Canada, France, Portugal, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand where samples were taken by people who had no idea of the connection to fly ash and were testing for those 3 elements only.
Individuals and organizations have fought tooth and nail for years on end to regulate and control the output of this hazardous industrial waste product. Yet, vast efforts have
Herndon’s research was correlated with that of concerned individuals and groups around the world
Prominent among these is
Fingerprints in the Rain
In his backyard
Up to 3000 ppb has been found in
Skeptics often claim contamination of the rain gauge with soil. The figure should be
Fingerprints in the Soil
Normal levels in the
Fingerprints in the Surface Water
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) produced data showing elevated levels of Barium in surface water between 1988-2001. Barium should not be present in surface water at any level.
Fingerprints in the Air and Attempts to Cover Tracks
An important feature here is that data from between
This very telling discrepancy strongly suggests a cover up.
They are also showing up in the Midwest and Eastern US. However, in these regions there are numerous coal-fired plants. Skeptics, in cynical fashion, often refer to rain water samples contaminated with Aluminium and collected downwind of heavy industrial areas, from the period before the clean air regulations act, as a supposed baseline level to attempt to discredit the notion that rainwater should have 0 – 0.5 ppb levels. Even the sources that provided
If these toxins show up in the rainwater in these areas, efforts to explain them away as by-product of coal combustion are hampered by an important fact. Fly ash, which is a perfect match for these toxins in such combinations,
The number of coal-fired plants in the west is far less, and sulphate levels in the rainwater should be zero on the West Coast, unless there has been a volcanic eruption somewhere in the Pacific.
Summary and Conclusions
The constituents of
Coal Fly Ash have been shown to match in perfect proportion with the elements found in rain water and air samples that are correlated with persistent trailing occurring 3-4 days beforehand.
In addition to
rain water and air, these fingerprints have also been found in surface water, snow, and soil.
The California Air Resources Board seems to have attempted to
cover up the increase in Aluminium and Barium levels in the air.
Coal Fly Ash found during periods correlated with persistent trailing, in regions far away from coal-fired plants, and in the upper atmosphere when ground emissions have supposedly been
reduced significantly, cannot be explained except by emplacement by means of aircraft.
This is reinforced by the fact that
sulphates, also produced from coal combustion, are not showing up in the tests in the West.
Coal Fly Ash is the most likely candidate for the aerosol of choice
for a clandestine climate modification campaign.
In part 10 we shall again widen our gaze to gain a glimpse of this gigantic hound, the footprints of which traverse the planet.
- 00. Introduction: Phil-anthropogenic Global Warming
- 01. The Gorilla in the Greenhouse
- 02. Carbon Footprints
- 03. Overclouding
- 04. Vicious Cycles
- 05. The Dog in the Night-time
- 06. Counterfeiting Clouds
- 07. Solar Radiation MISmanagement
- 08. The Riddle at the Heart of Ice
- 09. Fingerprints of the Would Be Gods
- 10. The Spectral Hound 1877 – 1962
- 11. The Spectral Hound 1961 – 1978
- 12. The Spectral Hound 1978 – Present
- 13. Footprints of the Fallen Angels
- 14. The Secret Chord
- 15. Receive and Transmit
- 16. Warping the Weather Machine
- 17. Hyperborea: Behind the North Wind
- 18. Jacked Frost
- 19. Herding Hurricanes
- 20. The Ring of Fire
- 21. The World’s Stage
- 22. Murder on the Polar Express
- 23. Saviours and Psychopaths