The Chemistry in Contrails

The most important discovery made during the research for this paper was the discovery of the optical toxicity of the chemtrail-particulate plasma, and the way it disturbs the cell communication and the electrical cell-potential of plants. Within the publication the scientific background on biophoton-research and the biophysics of the deterioration of plantlife is described in a manner of a hornbook, to introduce all aspects of science not tought at universities. Most of this paper was written in Norway and reflects all aspects of geoengineering, military technologies and transhumanistic technologies utilized by the intelligence community for surveillance and mind-controll purposes. Also, it reveals the black-magic background of the transhumanistic agenda.

Because of the political explosiveness of the content I put this text into a public domain status.

Harald Kautz Wella

TheChemistryinContrails  (download)

 

Sources:

Research connecting contrails to increased appearence of cirrus clouds

Back-engineering JP-8 military jetfuel, detection of JP-8 pollutants in nature

Understanding the technology of chemtrailing, compared to industrial flame pyrolysis

Scripts on non-linear optics, scientiffic background of scalar applications

Introduction to biophoton-research

Pro geo-engineering literature

Whistle-blowing on US radio-show

  • power hour, national broadcast show on chemtrails, partI
  • power hour, national broadcast show on chemtrails, part2
  • power hour, national broadcast show on chemtrails, part3

HAARP-background information

Political Background

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