The powers-that-be must be panicking about the number of people who are now aware of the clandestine atmospheric spraying program that is occurring globally. A 2011 international survey found that 17% stated that they believed in the existence of a secret large-scale atmospheric spraying program and in response to the growing numbers of people who are aware that “chemtrails” are real, a group from Carnegie Science, University of California Irvine, including “Captain Chemtrail” Ken Caldeira attempted to debunk this so-called “conspiracy theory,” by conducting a study, which they claim shows chemtrails are contrails. It was: Quantifying expert consensus against the existence of a ‘secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying program’ SLAP by Christine Shearer1,2, Mick West3, Ken Caldeira4 and Steven J Davis1,2 Published 10 August 2016 • © 2016 IOP Publishing Ltd http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/8/084011/meta#erlaa34f6s3
One of those involved in this study, Steven Davis of UC Irvine was interviewed by Jim Mora of RadioNZ on August the 17th regarding their findings. Davis, who used classic disinfo-speak, claims he had no belief in chemtrails initially and thought it “incredibly far-fetched” the way the “conspiracy theorists” described it. Psyop, psyop, psyop. While they claim to be scientists their conclusions are drawn from a very narrow frame of reference which, not surprisingly ignores the plethora of evidence that has accumulated over the decades. Astoundingly it relies on the opinions of seventy-seven scientists, who had to answer questions and given opinions when presented photos, statements from websites and examples of laboratory tests. There was no field testing done by the Carnegie group on air, soil nor water.
During the RadioNZ interview note that there is no mention of the historical evidence, nor of the burgeoning body of scientific evidence related to chemtrails/geo-engineering. For instance, Davis failed to mention that chemtrails were used by the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War to induce rain along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. This rainmaking story was on the front page of the New York Times in 1972 and on TV on the History Channel. He also failed to mention that on October the 2nd, 2001, Rep. Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced the Space Preservation Act of 2001 – HR 2977, which called for the elimination of ‘exotic weaponry’ from space, including weather-modifying weapons such as ‘chemtrails.’ While this Act was amended and the term ‘chemtrails’ removed, the original which shows this technology exists, is on the Congressional Record. In addition, Davis did not mention that vast swathes of the UK population were sprayed with zinc cadmium sulfide from planes between 1955 and 1963. This was not a figment of people’s imaginations – it was referred to by BBC, ITV, and the UK Guardian. Cadmium is known to be harmful to human health and some of those who lived in areas that were heavily sprayed have attributed their development of cancers to this spraying. This is particularly important evidence for it proves that unwitting citizens were sprayed with a harmful compound by governments on a large scale, yet this was concealed from the public for decades. This demonstrates that chemtrails being used to negatively effect peoples’ health is not a wild conspiracy theory, as those at Carnegie would the public believe, but reality.
Listen to the RadioNZ interview here: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/afternoons/audio/201812505/debunking-the-chemtrails-conspiracy-theory
The Carnegie study can not explain away why some planes emit trails from a large portion of the trailing edge of the wings, not from the engines, making it an impossibility for their wide trails to be mere condensation trails. See an example of this here. Note also that the trail stops and starts indicating an aerosol delivery device is being turned off and on.