There is one word that has such identity tied to it, that generates such emotion in the general public when uttered seriously, that the authors of this website never use it in polite conversation. We will make an exception however, and we will be using it in this fourth chapter of our revisionism series.
People who are already familiar with the concept know what’s coming, as they will have understood it from the title. We made sure to use the proper scientific term in our title, as we know many would have dismissed the entirety of this post otherwise. Yet, we will be spelling out that very infamous and “controversial” word in a second.
If you don’t know what’s coming, we ask that you please try this: analyze the emotion this word is about to produce. Meaning absolutely no offense, we ask that you please and kindly accept the possibility that emotion could be manufactured. That it might be a case of classical conditioning. That is, a sound was viscerally programmed to trigger an emotion, in this case one of incredulity and contempt. This sound is coming now. Wait for it …
That sound is …
Wait for it … one more second …
The reason we don’t like the word is because we realize the identity tied to it, and the emotion it tends to trigger with people who aren’t that familiar with the propaganda concept of the “big lie”, or with the way our world is being governed.
In the same way that many dismiss the debilitating damage caused by ubiquitous endocrine disruptors in the environment (as they picture Alex Jones screaming “the frogs are turning gay”), we think a similar mechanism might be at play when it comes to the geoengineering efforts by the governments of this world.
Being able to manipulate the weather is a very old dream indeed. Mankind’s efforts to this end have ranged from drawing pictographs, lighting ceremonial fires, or participating in rain dances. In ancient Rome, the lapis manalis was dragged into the city in case of drought hoping to induce rain; in 16th-century Scotland, the Berwick witches were found guilty of summoning storms in an attempt to murder King James VI.
Starting last century, efforts have rather consisted in leveraging scientific knowledge to initiate physical and chemical reactions in the atmosphere.
Weather control, in its most obvious forms, has since then become very well-known. The State of Colorado now even has an official website (archive) where interested parties can apply for weather modification permits.
Funnily enough, even though Colorado has had a weather modification program since 1972, even though the US military notoriously used weather modification in Operation Popeye during the Vietnam war, and even though many weather modification efforts have been completely overt, most people still don’t realize this even exists; they will ridicule themselves by laughing at whoever brings up cloud seeding. When confronted with the undeniable evidence, they will act as if they’ve always known.
Schopenhauer understood this mechanism very well:
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
We believe that similarly, governments will one day acknowledge they’ve been using stratospheric aerosol injections to cause global dimming in order to “fight global warming”. People will then look up at the sky, realize it’s obvious, and decide they’ve always known.
About “chemtrails” specifically, the apparent crux of the debate is knowing whether these lingering, expanding clouds left by airplanes (that often cover the entire sky) are only condensated water ice crystals, or whether they may also contain heavy metal particulates.
Before we get into that, here is what we know:
- Airplane trails, of whatever variety, produce a global dimming effect; the American Meteorological Society published in 2004 a paper showing that when all commercial aircraft were grounded following the 9/11 attacks, causal increases in diurnal temperatures were measured in the USA.
- The deliberate injection of metal particulates in the stratosphere is very seriously proposed for use in solar radiation management in climate engineering projects.
- Methods to inject metal particulates in the stratosphere for the purpose of reflecting electromagnetic radiation have been considered since 1967 at the very least. Here is a patent filed by the North American Rockwell Corp on that year and for that purpose.
- Big governments notoriously despise the environment and the health of populations; the US government has extensively been involved with biological, chemical and radiological weapons testing on unwilling civilians, including Americans. Its “germ warfare testing program” itself went on for at least 20 years (archive). More than 2000 nuclear weapons have been detonated by criminal governments worldwide.
In other words there seems to be a very favorable background for the “chemtrails hypothesis” to be true. Stratospheric injection of metal particulates would not merely be an idea or a proposal, but would have actually been taking place for some time already.
Anyone seeking out the truth will find the signal-to-noise ratio to be quite low. The orthodoxy on one hand claims nothing is going on, that there’s nothing to see, that our modern gray skies of artificial cirrus clouds are perfectly harmless.
Proponents of the orthodoxy will say that condensation trails may very well persist if the air is saturated with moisture. And indeed, they have been documented since at least the 1940s (including their occasional persistent nature). Here is a book from 1963, see its pages 44 and 45 (PDF pages 50 and 51).
On the other hand, caricatural agent provocateurs (*cough* Alex Jones *cough*) will claim millions of pilots, mechanics and airline executives are “in on it”, and that most jetliners are equipped with special nozzles and tanks to disperse heavy metals.
As often, we find the truth to be somewhere in-between. Most importantly, when it comes to our health, the question isn’t as much how (or for what exact purpose) heavy metal particulates are being dispersed, but whether or not they are being dispersed at all.
And indeed, once we remove the noise, we discover the objective reality to be irrefutable and undeniable.
According to the UN’s IPCC and its June 13, 1999 report titled Aviation and the Global Atmosphere, aircraft jet engines do indeed emit metal particles directly. According to the report:
Aircraft jet engines also directly emit metal particles. Their sources include engine erosion and the combustion of fuel containing trace metal impurities or metal particles that enter the exhaust with the fuel (Chapter 7). Metal particles -comprising elements such as Aluminum, Titanium, Chromium, Iron, Nickel, and Barium- are estimated to be present at the parts per billion by volume (ppbv) level at nozzle exit planes (CIAP, 1975; Fordyce and Sheibley, 1975). The corresponding concentrations of 100 million to 1 billion particles per kilogram of fuel (assuming 1-mm radius; see below) are much smaller than for soot. […]
Soot and metals were found to be significant, but not dominant, components of ice nuclei in contrails (Chen et al., 1998; Petzold et al., 1998; Twohy and Gandrud, 1998). […]
In some locations, upper tropospheric particles are dominated by sulfates (Yamato and Ono, 1989; Sheridan et al., 1994). However, more recent data show that minerals, organic compounds, metals, and other substances may often be present in significant quantities (Chen et al., 1998; Talbot et al., 1998).
At present there is only limited knowledge about the formation and behavior of minor, trace species and aerosols found in the exhaust plumes of engines. […]
Present aircraft emissions regulations apply only to the landing and take-off cycle up to an altitude of 900 m.
A 2016 study by the ETH Zürich confirms and completes this information:
The chemical composition of non-volatile particulate matter emission from aircraft engines was investigated using single particle time-of-flight mass spectrometry. […]
The detected metallic compounds were all internally mixed with the soot particles. The most abundant metals in the exhaust were Chromium, Iron, Molybdenum, Sodium, Calcium and Aluminum; Vanadium, Barium, Cobal, Copper, Nickel, Lead, Magnesium, Manganese, Silicon, Titanium and Zirconium were also detected. The potential sources considered were kerosene, engine lubrication oil and abrasion from engine wearing components. An unambiguous source apportionment was not possible because most metallic compounds were detected in several of the analyzed sources. […]
A study performed by Cziczo et al. (2013) tackling the properties of INP in the upper troposphere showed that a dominant fraction of Ice Residuals (IR) collected in cirrus clouds contain metal compounds such as sodium, potassium, copper, lead and iron. These compounds have also been found in aircraft emissions by sampling the exhaust (Agrawal et al., 2008). […]
Barium was detected in kerosene and in oil. It is not supposed to be present in any engine parts. As a side note, because of its capability to reduce soot emissions in combustion processes (Howard and Kausch, 1980) by acting as a nucleation core for soot [Barium] was earlier used as an antismoke additive in kerosene to reduce the smoke number.
In other words: it doesn’t matter if we call them “contrails” or “chemtrails”. Similarly it is not that important to know whether metal particulates are there for geoengineering, for another purpose, or for no purpose at all. The fact is the artificial cirrus clouds ubiquitously produced by airplanes do indeed contain a significant amount of heavy metal particulates.
Here is a very coherent video report we have found on the topic. Even though it is a bit long (~40 min), we recommend watching it in full.
Now that we have established that heavy metal particulates are being poured on us, we can also establish that such pollution is much more prevalent than it used to be. Whether airplanes emit more heavy metals per flown kilometer we don’t know; however we do know that much more kilometers are being flown. Indeed the number of passengers carried has doubled in just 10 years (PDF page 16).
Naturally, the next question becomes: what may the health effects of this increased pollution be?
The good news is that’s a much less controversial question. Actually, we have already partially answered it in a previous post about atmospheric particulates; so we only need to expand on this and to show the symptom similarities with the acute respiratory illness that is most recently being dubbed “Covid-19”.
We don’t need to search long; the condition known as chemical pneumonitis, or “chemical pneumonia“, can be caused by many inhaled substances; chief among them, heavy metal particulates. Among the most common symptoms: dry cough, painful breathing, headache, nausea and other flu-like symptoms.
The emphasis of this update is on parenchymal diseases caused by metal inhalation, including granulomatous disease, giant cell interstitial pneumonitis, chemical pneumonitis, and interstitial fibrosis, among others.
The clinical characteristics, epidemiology, and pathogenesis of disorders arising from exposure to aluminum, beryllium, cadmium, cobalt, copper, iron, mercury, and nickel are presented in detail.
The initial clinical manifestations of pulmonary aluminosis are exertional dyspnea with dry, non-productive cough. Depending on the type and length of the occupational exposure, ventilatory defects may vary considerably from restrictive to obstructive pattern. Radiographic findings commonly showing nodular or slightly irregular opacities are predominantly located in the upper, less frequently in the lower lung fields, or can have a diffuse pattern. In advanced stages, severe pulmonary fibrosis with honeycombing occurred.
There is another condition related to respiratory poisoning by heavy metals called metal fume fever or metal dust fever. It is a well-known but poorly understood influenza-like reaction caused by inhalation of aluminum, magnesium and zinc compounds, either as fine dust or as fumes. This 1978 paper tells us a bit more (archived PDF):
Metal fume fever is an acute illness of short duration produced by many metals. Symptoms are of sudden onset, four to six hours, and include rigors, high fever, profuse sweating, weakness and muscle aches. Some metals cause pulmonary involvement as in this case. Therapy involves steroids to reduce respiratory tract injury, oxygen to correct hypoxemia, and aminophylline to treat bronchospasm.
Of course, the concentrations of such metal particulates when dispersed in the air by airplanes are not comparable to the cases of occupational exposure usually considered in these studies. Still, that new form of exposure is highly chronic, sustained and uninterrupted, and happens over a very long term.
The first conclusion is that the countless people who have been reporting “chemtrail flu” and “chemtrail cough” are indeed vindicated. This includes the synchronistic account we received by one of our readers a few days ago. Quoting him:
Twice in the last three years, on my daily walks — when I made the mistake of walking on days with extremely low–level fog and after days of Chemtrailing — I got a incredibly sick, with symptoms very much like Covid. It took MONTHS to recover and I never in my life had a single respiratory type sickness. (I’m 52). Happened TWICE after super low level fog days… I could “smell” a bitter smell in the air and could actually feel the moment I “caught it”…. Felt like SHARDS of glass entered my nostrils…and the sickness was UNREAL.
The second conclusion is that we believe we are getting close to cracking the “Covid” problem. Evidence suggests it is not caused by a virus, and that it has been going on for a few years; in Brescia in 2018, it was labelled “legionella”; in the USA in 2019, it was called “vaping illness”. Geriatric patients and people with latent tuberculosis seem to be the most affected, and particulate matter is definitely a factor.
Clearly something must explain the fact that deaths by respiratory illnesses are growing so fast (archive). People are smoking less; Western cities aren’t covered in the same smog as they were in the postwar period.
Lead investigator Laura Dwyer-Lindgren could not pinpoint the reasons for the dramatic rise.
Contrary to “lead investigator Laura”, we believe our readers now can “pinpoint the reasons for the dramatic rise”. We think you now know a principal cause of “Covid”. And no, it’s not because viruses are falling from the sky.
Here’s a final hint: the only teenager to have died from “Covid” in France, who twice tested negative for the “coronavirus”, lived in Morsang-sur-Orge: precisely under the final approach path of Paris-Orly.
Stay tuned, as we are not done yet.