Prepare, Sustain, Thrive and Survive Simply
This is a long article, but obviously, I think the topic is important enough to grassroots chemtrail researchers to have spent several days on it. If you are fairly young, or have babies or grand babies, you probably won’t like it one bit.
As a proponent of simple living close to nature for personal and planetary solution –I find these approaches unnecessary, counter-productive, invasive, and harmful.
Those who are awake will have to demand an end to more than chemtrails. The current plan is the mililtarization of everything. If there is a WWIII, it will be orchestrated on the electro-magnetic spectrum wherein nano-sized particles will be weaponized to simultaneously invade and destroy from within and without. There are indications that people have already been invaded by nanoparticle fallout from the sky.
How many people look up and see chemtrails where others see only harmless contrails?
Based on facebook “likes” of the most popular anti-chemtrail pages, I will make a wild stab and estimate a modest minimum of 50,000 people around the world look up and grimace when they see chemtrails.
Day after day we notice planes leaving trails that persist and spread out and often create an ugly haze over the sky that dims the sun. When we ask one representative after another in officialdom to explain these strange occurrences they insist the streaks in the sky are normal contrails. Anything more is conspiracy theory and hoax, they say, often responding with boilerplate letters that look like they were all copied from the same memo.
This stonewalling causes chemtrail investigators to patiently and persistently sift through public documents that point to the existence and purpose of chemtrails, with the hope of identifying a smoking gun that everyone can admit to, so the spraying will stop, and the sprayers be held accountable for negative health, environmental, and economic impacts.
How Are Chemtrail Pilots Helping Us?
We all look up and hate the chemtrails. But, if there is one good thing about them, they are drawing our attention to dangerous trends in government-documented planetary manipulations we would otherwise not be paying attention to. In that small way, the chemtrail pilots are actually doing us a favor because, as bad as the trails are, they are part of other invisible things going on.
Our research leads from the expanse of sky down tiny particles.
As it turns out, manipulating matter on the nano level is the most profound technological revolution in history. It’s been going on for at least 15 years, but most of us haven’t noticed.
Merriam Webster defines nanotechnology as: “the science of working with atoms and molecules to build devices (such as robots) that are extremely small. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter.”
How Small is Nano?
To get an idea of how small one billionth of a meter is, consider that an atom is about 10 nanometers wide. A sugar molecule is about the size of a nanometer. A red blood cell is about 10,000 nanometers wide.
Due to the popularity of nanotechnology in both industry and the military, there is a lot of information about it on the Internet. Real world applications appear most often in three categores: biological (health/medicine), industrial materials, and atmospheric. All three are applicable to chemtrail research.
At the atmospheric level, we discover documented government research and programs to deploy clouds of sub-microscopic and nano-sized particles into Earth’s atmosphere, stratosphere, and ionosphere for the purpose of climate control and various military interests including enhanced communications, stealth, munitions, and the ability to control weather as a force multiplier.
Numerous government-funded reports exist online about spraying nano-sized particles into the sky. Some, like barium and lithium for example, were deployed into the ionosphere from rockets that lifted off from Poker Flats Rocket Range, and others by NASA.
They Want to Deflect Sunshine with Nanoparticles
Clouds of nano-sized particles of sodium and aluminum are proposed for spraying into the atmosphere to geoengineer the climate. Edward Teller (of Manhattan Project fame) went into great detail about what he called Insolation Modulation in a 1997 presentation titled, Warming and Ice Ages: I. Prospects for Physics-Based Modulation of Global Change, at the 22nd International Seminar on Planetary Emergencies, Sicily, Italy, Aug 20-23, 1997. Aspects of his work were funded under a US Dept of Energy Contract W-7405-Eng-48 to UC Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where Teller was Director Emeritus and consultant. Multiple similar geoengineering gatherings have transpired since then. However, as of 2015, all official statements insist that spraying nanoparticles around the atmosphere to control global warming is still in the computer modeling phase.
Trending: Nano Consumer Products
That’s not the case in the retail sector, where nanotechnology has admittedly made permanent inroads into the consumer space. As of 2014, there were 1,628 consumer products that manufacturers identified as nanotechnology based, as reported to the Consumer Products Inventory. It’s part of the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Science and Technology program. They are tracking nanoparticle function, location, pathways, toxicity, and lifecycle data. Questions about the CPI can be directed to Aaron Lovell at (202) 691-4320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The world market for products that contain nanomaterials is expected to reach $2.6 trillion by 2015. Huge investments and profit potential mean nanotechnology is like a boulder rolling downhill–impossible to rein in without Herculean effort.
What’s the Big Secret?
The military admits to being heavily invested in science and technology (S&T) in the field of nanotechnology both above (in Earth’s atmosphere, stratophere, ionosphere, and below at ground level applications. That means two things. Details of what is actually going on in the sky are covert, which is why everybody is hush-hush; and any announcement that might eventually be forthcoming from DoD will be carefully crafted in such a way that no patriotic citizen would oppose. (Despite the fact that spraying stuff on people without their consent is generally illegal–barring national security and police actions, perhaps).
All major world powers are investing in nanotechnology for military applications.
Naturally, the US military wants to possess complete dominance of everything in order to best serve US citizens who expect to be protected at all costs. Military security implies that protective measures must be understood, appropriated, and dominated in every feasible dimension.
The people want to believe life is basically good, and that all government funded scientific R&D is dedicated to the general betterment of human society. Such sentiments are enforced when researchers, like those at Cornell University, create fun things, like a guitar the size of a human blood cell. The people’s objective assessments of new technologies’ ethics are further clouded as amusing new gadgets filter into the commercial space for public consumption.
The average citizen’s acquiescence is further instigated by their controlled mental state, which is in itself accomplished through existing people control practices, such as the obvious: divide and conquer, industry-controlled media, massive release of mind altering drugs into the populace; cultural pressure against original thinking, punishment for free speech outside the free speech zone, etc. I won’t even mention the controversial covert psyops. This all makes it difficult for the citizens to think straight and organize for their own good.
Scientists Always Need Money
Would most scientists refuse to work on projects that threaten the balance of life on earth if they believed what they are doing would be used for evil? We’d like to think so. But they are highly compartmentalized and eager for funding. They want to believe they are working for the good of mankind–like curing cancer–even when their laboratory experiments are obviously funded by the military. They are further confused by the fact that the research between private and public sector is often blurred. So they shelve any ethical considerations and remain in denial about their work being scrutinized for military dominance at all costs.
The tripartite convergence of military strategy, scientists’ denial, and the dazed public, results in a mutual blindness that guarantees proliferation of technologies that threaten all life on earth in the long run.
I mention all this in an attempt to understand why chemtrail research and deployment go on unabated, and how activists are going to deal with the greater issues at hand.
Government Oversight Sorely Lacking
A minority of citizens still want their elected representatives to insist on protecting the peoples’ rights to privacy, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and protection from negative impacts of secret technologies that intimately invade our bodies and those of future generations.
The US Government Accountability Office seems to agree. It has released several studies about the government’s shortcomings regarding the health and safety of nanotechnology.
2010 – Nanomaterials Are Widely Used in Commerce, but EPA Faces Challenges in Regulating Risk. GAO-10-549. This report identifies examples of current and potential uses of nanomaterials, determines what is known about the potential human health and environmental risks from nanomaterials, assesses actions EPA has taken to better understand and regulate the risks posed by nanomaterials and its authority to do so, and, identified approaches other jurisdictions have taken to address the potential risks associated with nanomaterials. GAO analyzed selected laws and regulations, reviewed information on EPA’s Nanoscale Materials Stewardship Program, and consulted with EPA officials and legal experts to obtain their perspectives on EPA’s authorities to regulate nanomaterials.
2012 – Improved Performance Information Needed for Environmental, Health, and Safety Research. GAO-12-427. GAO found environmental and health effects of nanotechnology lacking. GAO recommends that the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, who ultimately oversees nanotech research, needs to focus on safety risks and publicly report this information. The seven agencies involved were mute on this recommendation.
2014 – Emergence and Implications for US Competitiveness, the Environment, and Human Health. GAO-14-181SP. Highlights of a more recent forum on industry, government, and academic interests in nanomanufacturing; including investments in nanotechnology R&D, challenges to US competitiveness, and environmental and health risks (apparently still not adequately addressed).
It is evident then, that we are riding the wave of a technological revolution that the average US citizen has no clue of, and that he/she is funding unaware, through daily work and taxes withheld, while the overseers are failing to protect the people. Why? Because they are beholden to industry?
We can reasonably assume the average American–i.e. those who never “look up” or look things up, have absolutely no concept of the military’s goal to dominate all life through coordinated manipulation of organic and inorganic molecules, terra firma, the electromagnetic spectrum, the ionosphere, and space. Considering the covert nature of military programs, we can safely assume the alarming public information that is available is just a tiny tip of the iceberg.
Watch Out for the Snooping Smart Dust
One example of how the military wants to use nanotechnology is Smart Dust. Read about it in Enabling Battlespace Persistent Surveillance: The Form, Function, and Future of Smart Dust, by Scott A. Dickson, Major USAF, April 2007. (This is an academic research paper and the views do not reflect official policy of the DoD). Nevetheless, after reading it, can you honestly say DoD wouldn’t agree?
Here are some exerpts: “The US military must invest their energy and money today into researching enabling technologies such as nanotechnology, wireless networks, and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) to develop persistent surveillance applications such as Smart Dust for the future.
“Smart Dust, creates a wireless network of nanoscaled sensors, called motes, across a battlespace, like dust on furniture, yielding real-time information about enemy or friendly movements, habits, and intentions.”
The US military realizes Americans, who have a Constitutionally guaranteed right to privacy, might not like the snooping Smart Dust coming to settle in every crack and crevice of their lives. Instead of actually dealing with the issue in a meaningful way, the military’s attitude is to remind people about the specter of 9/11.
“Although the issue of privacy is complex, the US military should ensure the use of persistent surveillance data is for the public good, i.e. preventing another 9/11, rather than its detriment.”
They Want it to Self-Replicate By Taking Over Other Cells
Eric J. Drexler, a renown proponent of nanotechnology, envisioned a world where nanoscaled robots, commonly called ‘nanites’, manipulated and controlled matter similar to living cells. “…Having gained control of the cell’s molecular machinery, one could use it the same way that engineers did normal-size machines: making materials, structures, tools, and more machines.” (Engines of Creation, 1987). The concept of self-replicating nanites became the cornerstone of nanotechnology and grant money surged.
Currently, chemical and biochemical sensing remains the main application of self-assembled plasmonic nanostructures.
“With humans at the top of the food chain, the risk of ingesting nanosized particles, through consumption, inhalation, or skin absorption, concerns health professionals.”
Evidence Shows Damage to Cells
“Current research regarding the toxicity of nanoparticles suggests caution despite inconclusive results. Increased since 2004, toxicity research exposes microbes, fish, and rats to fullerenes and other nanoparticles. All of the current research shows some effect, such as damaged brain cells or adverse reactions within the lungs.”
“Research indicated a plethora of problems associated with inhalation of ultra-fine and nanosized particles, including fibrosis or scarring, the abnormal thickening of brachioles, the presence of neutrofils (inflammatory cells), dead macrophages, and some chemical hitchhiking (metals and hydrocarbons).”
“However, conclusions on the effects to humans were inconclusive…”
Handy in an American Insurgency
“In American Insurgency (a military scenario) Smart Dust’s use in the US readily delivers persistent localized information superiority from an already established communication infrastructure of telephone and wireless networks. According to the Army’s Counterinsurgency Manual 3-24.
“Smart Dust offers a low observable ISR asset providing detailed information on the insurgents and the US populace. Yet, regardless of good intentions, the use of Smart Dust on American soil will exacerbate the growing privacy issue and provide insurgents a propaganda tool to wield in US media outlets.”
The Military’s Job is to Kill and Destroy
Any reasonable person should be able to discern by now that technologies which bring benefits in the short term also bring evils in the long term–specifically when development of these technologies is funded through the military, whose overarching purpose is to neutralize enemies both foreign and domestic.
Also the possibility of nanotechnologies falling into the hands of rogue actors is high. “Just as nano techniques can be designed to deliver medicines to targeted locations within the human body, bioterrorists could use similar techniques to release highly toxic substances to the most vulnerable or desired target areas of the body.” thenanoage.com/military.htm
Hot Bombs and Nano-Nukes
In Jan 2005 MIT Technology Review published Military Reloads with Nanotech. “Smaller. Cheaper. Nastier. Those are the guiding principles behind the military’s latest bombs that use superthermite nanometals such as aluminum and iron oxide to create super hot bombs. We learn from this work that nanoaluminum has more atoms on the surface area than standard aluminum, so it is more chemically reactive. Something that will probably impress those of us breathing it in or otherwise absorbing it through our skin or guts. Facilities conducting the research are Sandia National Laboratories, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Also, the US, Germany and Russia are using their understanding of the nano world to develop mini-nuclear bombs that fit in a briefcase. Why does humankind need a nuclear bomb that can fit into a briefcase? Some things are better left undone. Due to the “contentious” nature of nukes, these devices will remain in the covert funding category, so nobody will know when they’re ready.
Here are some facts the chemtrail curious can use to jump into further research.
2001 – The US Federal Government created the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI), an interagency program for coordinating R&D and enhancing communication and collaborative activities in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology. As of 2014, it represented a cumulative investment of almost $20 billion.
2003 – President George W. Bush enacted the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act.
– One third to one-fourth of the annual US military budget goes to development of nanotechnologies.
– DoDs main area of S&T interest is multifunctional applications that combine micro- and nanotechnology.
– US military research is specifically targeting a convergence of nanotechnology, biotechnology, informatics technology, and cognitive sciences.
– DoDs stated intention is to accelerate transition of nanotechnology materials from concept to service.
Since chemtrail skies are seen in many countries of the world, and due to the information blackout in the US, a global view of nanotechnology interests should provide some perspective as to the size of the elephant in the room.
– The US military focus on nanotechnology forces all countries to invest in nanotechnology for war.
– All of the world’s major military players are heavily involved in research and development of nanotechnological materials and systems. (thenanoage.com/military.htm)
– The US gives money to scientists in foreign nations to study nanoscience, then applies their findings to uses for war.
– The US armed forces have at least three branches that finance scientific research (including nanotechnology) in public and private universities and in research centers world wide: the Army, the Navy and the Air Force.
– These three arms work together in S&T around the globe inside the International Technology Centers (ITC).
– The US International Technology Center is one of the main organizations sponsoring nanotechnology research around the world. It’s mission: “To support the identification, acquisition, integration and delivery of foreign technology solutions to the warfighter to ensure technological superiority on the battlefield.”
– The International Technology Centers promote cooperation between the US Army Research Development & Engineering Command (RDECOM) and international researchers, as a means to advance science and engineering knowledge and technical capabilities in areas relevant to the overall US Army mission. URL: http://www.usaitca.army.mil
See New Trends in Research of Energetic Materials (explosives) for one example where the US military funded research in a foreign university with cooperating scientists from the US, UK, Russia, Portugal, China, Croatia Poland, Germany, Belgium.
See Also The directivity characteristics of an antenna array receiving the UWB signal for another example of how the US Military funds global research in high technology to be used for warfare. This symposia in Ukraine sponsored by EOARD, was attended by scientists from the US, Ukraine, Russia, and China.
– There are several ITCs per geographical area. The ITC-Atlantic is headquartered in London and covers Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia, including some former Soviet countries.
– The ITC-Pacific is headquartered in Tokyo and covers the rest of Asia and the Southern part of Africa.
– The ITC-Americas was created in 2004 and is headquartered in Santiago de Chile to cover Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Canada.
– The stated mission of ITC-Americas headquartered in Santiago de Chile is “…to foster cooperative relationships between the US Army and private sector, university, and civilian government research and development (R&D) entities that result in leading-edge scientific and technological cooperation that benefit the civilian institutions and support the US Army’s current programs and future goals.
– Mexico has approximately 500 nano-tech researchers working in more than a dozen institutions/research centers. See CONACYT. There are several agreements signed between Mexican and US institutions with an explicit participation of military laboratories, such as Sandia Laboratories in New Mexico.
– In Chile see FONDEF-CONICY.
– Brazil has a robust US funded Nanotechnology Program implemented in 2004.
– The Argentinean Nanotechnology Foundation was created in 2005. (In Argentina see CONICET).
– The US Navy directly funds nanotechnology-related research at the Bariloche Atomic Center in Argentina in collaboration with the University of Michigan, Brown University, and the Naval Research Laboratory since 2004.
– The Ministry of Economics of Argentina announced in 2004 that the government was working towards a plan to develop nanotechnology within the country.
– The Argentinian Ministry of Economics requested the ratification of an agreement with the US-based company, Lucent Bell Technologies, to support the program. The agreement included the use by Argentinean scientists of laboratories located in New Jersey. This led the National Board of Ethics of Science and Technology to issue a press release calling for the regulation of research, particularly any financed by foreign armed forces, and the S&T Committee of the Chamber of Representatives requested reports related to the scientific research financed by the US Department of Defense.
– A seminar on multifunctional material, organized in Argentina in 2006 with the US Navy and the US Air Force, caused some stir after being referenced by several newspaper articles. The Managing Director of the Atomic Center at Bariloche questioned the seminar, which was attended by one of his most important researchers. Subsequently, the internal committee of the Union of Government Workers wrote a letter critical of the program and the Chamber of Deputies of the Nation requested reports and more detailed information. The disputes reached the Executive of the Republic and the Director of the Atomic Center at Bariloche ended up quitting his post.
– In 2005, Mexico, the US. and Canada, signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPPNA). This treaty includes, within its mandate, scientific collaborating schemes for R&D in areas such as biotechnology and nanotechnology, under a framework influenced directly by the military sectors. These relationships of military and nano scientists are to establish convergence of structural, electrical, magnetic, optical, thermal,and biological applications that combine “physics, chemistry, biology, and artificial intelligence to model and characterize the processing and performance of multifunctional material systems and devices at multiple scales.”
“It is natural to think that technological revolutions are intended for the general progress of human society. This is not entirely correct, because technological revolutions almost always bring benefits to some more than others. The idea that, over the long term, improvements to living conditions will reach everyone is still prevalent. The illusion about these future benefits were already the object of criticism by the environmentalists, they put the process of industrialization in the docket, illustrating that what could bring benefits in the short term could also bring evils in the long term.” Guillermo Foladori, Professor, Development Studies Program, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas; member of the Latin American Nanotechnology & Society Network, and member of the International Nanotechnology & Society Network (INSN).
More Sites to Comb Through
Broad Agency Announcements are used to communicate the needs and interests of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). Check what the US Air Force (USAF) is currently interested in pursuing in partnership with Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), universities, and industry laboratories.
AFOSR keeps specific requirements of each BAA up to date on Grants.gov. Other agencies are represented there as well. Search by organization, keyword, (or CFDA numbers 12.800, 12.630, and 12.910 for Air Force projects).
US National Academy of Sciences. Policy Implications of Greenhouse Warming: Mitigation, Adaptation and the Science Base, (National Academy Press, Washington DC, 1992). Referenced by Teller as including low earth orbit of “scattering.” “With respect to the fundamental utility of such efforts, we note that the section of the cited NAS report addressing “mitigation” options of the general type which we now consider, concluded with the statement (on p. 460). ‘Perhaps one of the surprises of this analysis is the relatively low costs at which some of the geoengineering options [aimed at offsetting global warming] might be implemented.’
Since most of our representatives refuse to acknowledge the existence of chemtrails, activists might get some traction by familiarizing themselves with nanotechnology programs and demanding public alerts and oversight of all projects that involve releases into the atmosphere.
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