March 17, 2012

N.A.S.A. admits chemtrails!

N.A.S.A., the pseudo-scientific and military agency, notorious for lies, manipulations and the "education" programs which teach the students to confuse chemtrails with harmless clouds, admits the Geoengineering. In the following article the author quotes trimethylaluminum, a poisonous compound sprayed by chemical planes. Moreover the description about "milky, white clouds" perfectly matches with the mortal trails we see every day in the sky. Let's forget scientific aims: everything is a disgusting pretext to pollute the atmosphere and control the planet.

High in the sky, 60 to 65 miles above Earth's surface, winds rush through a little understood region of Earth's atmosphere at speeds of 200 to 300 miles per hour. Lower than a typical satellite's orbit, higher than where most planes fly, this upper atmosphere jet stream makes a perfect target for a particular kind of scientific experiment: the sounding rocket. Some 35 to 40 feet long, sounding rockets shoot up into the sky for short journeys of eight to ten minutes, allowing scientists to probe difficult-to-reach layers of the atmosphere.

In March, N.A.S.A. will launch five such rockets in approximately five minutes to study these high-altitude winds and their intimate connection to the complicated electrical current patterns that surround Earth. First noticed in the 1960s, the winds in this jet stream shouldn't be confused with the lower jet stream located around 30,000 feet, through which passenger jets fly and which is reported in weather forecasts. This rocket experiment is designed to gain a better understanding of the high-altitude winds and help scientists better model the electromagnetic regions of space that can damage man-made satellites and disrupt communications systems. The experiment will also help explain how the effects of atmospheric disturbances in one part of the globe can be transported to other parts of the globe in a mere day or two.

The five sounding rockets, known as the Anomalous Transport Rocket Experiment (ATREX), will launch from N.A.S.A.'s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia releasing a chemical tracer into the air. The chemical -- a substance called trimethylaluminum -- forms milky, white clouds that allow those on the ground to "see" the winds in space and track them with cameras. In addition, two of the rockets will have instrumented payloads to measure pressure and temperature in the atmosphere.


March 07, 2012

Algae and Morgellons: is there a link?

Another research about Morgellons links the desease to some species of Algae: probably Algae are not a causative agent, but just something that maybe has a relation with symptoms. Some researchers think that Algae, Fungi and Bacteria are copyed by nanostructures in the fibers. These fibers, quoted in the article and found in Morgellons sufferers, are biotechnological materials, as Sofia Smallstorm demonstrated.

There are six particle types that are consistently recovered from the skin surface of those suffering from Morgellons disease, 1) ribbon-like fibers, 2) rounded fibers, 3) capsule-like particles, 4) black flakes/grains, 5) worm-like particles, and 6) stellate-shaped (“starfish-shaped”) particles. The fibers are often pigmented and may luminesce under ultraviolet light.

Current Morgellons research at a laboratory in Massachusetts shows that individuals affected by Morgellons disease have been in contact with soil and/or water containing cyanobacteria (blue-green algae), algae, aquatic fungi, water molds and lichen (algae and fungi). This assemblage of organisms and associated bacterial populations, is common in soil and aquatic environments where cryptobiotic soils are present and/or in environments where nutrient rich conditions promote the development of algae blooms.

Dermal contact with a water source and/or inhalation of aerial dust containing cyanobacteria and algae may lead to the progressive colonization of organisms that are capable of feeding on or consuming these photosynthetic producers, thus contributing to the wide range of symptoms reported by Morgellons sufferers. Incidental growth of these opportunistic populations, such as actinomyces, aquatic fungi and true fungi, are known to promote disease in humans, as they consist of species capable of degrading either cellulose or keratin (skin/hair). Evidence for the presence of opportunistic micro- organisms in samples is indicated by the occurrence of capsule-like Morgellons particles that have been identified as parasitized pine pollen grains. Chytrid populations are obligate parasites of frogs, nematodes, algae, cyanobacteria plants and pine pollen.

These findings serve as a focus for further understanding the ecological significance of the organisms identified in this study and the rôle they may play as causative agents of Morgellons disease.