...Clifford Carnicom began documenting high levels of reactive barium salts falling from chemtrails grids over Santa Fe, New Mexico. Carnicom claimed these salts are making the Earth more conductive.
The EPA-tested snow on Mt. Shasta shows aluminum at 61,100 units.
In 2008, a Louisiana newscast focused on barium, which the news station called a “hallmark of chemtrails.” When KSLA had chemtrail fallout analysed, the 6.8 ppm barium levels was “more than six times the toxic level set by the EPA.” The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality confirmed that the high levels of Barium were “very unusual.”
Two years later, Arizona air particulates of aluminum and barium surged. Lab tests indicate how many times they are over the allowable toxic limit:
Clifford Carnicom now states that the amount of Barium in our atmosphere exceeds by eight-times the level deemed safe for humans to breathe.
In March 2002, two Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists at Wright Patterson Air Force Base told award-winning reporter Bob Fitrakis that they were involved in two aerial spray programs. One spreads aluminum oxide in the upper atmosphere to reflect incoming sunlight and slow global warming. The other lays down barium stearate aerosols for “over the horizon” military communications, 3-D mapping and radar. Soapy rainwater on highways is a signature of barium salts, one scientist said.
They also confirmed that HAARP transmissions from Alaska are being used to bend the jetstream.
Based on a complex conductivity equation known as the VTRPE,
the USAF continues to spread barium into the upper atmosphere to “duct” electromagnetic energy
To date, no agency or organisation is examining the effects of electrically conductive chemtrails over towns and cities already saturated with electromagnetic transmissions.
Total number of scientific studies on the potential effects on humans, animals, plants and insects from electrically-conductive contrails: zero.