Spray Painting the Sky into a Movie Screen

Remember the skywriters of old? Where people would have their marriage proposals or birthday greetings written in a crudly sprayed font in the sky by a talented stunt plane pilot? Those days are over, not only did that particular business model condition us into accepting ‘chemtrails’ as they are known today, it made us completely oblivious to them. Have a look in the sky next time you see a plane dumping a big white ‘cloud’ behind it. Ask yourself, what the fuck could it possibly be that doesn’t dissapate for a VERY long time afterwards? Its not a contrail.  Here are some video’s of planes spraying chemicals in Australia. If you need more examples click here, this will search for “chemtrails” and return about 39,500 results. This isn’t just a random occurance. What I believe ‘they’ are doing is spraying this chemical into the upper atmosphere so that nano crystals grow just under the sodium layer in the atmosphere allowing the holographic projections to be 100% more effective. Others have suggested that these chemtrails are for weather modification, allowed HAARP to be more precise and efficient, and even more have further suggested it is ‘them’ spraying us with diseases. The science points to the theory that ‘they’ are spray painting the sky into a movie screen. Read my other posts regarding Project Blue Beam.

There are literally thousands more examples of these planes spray painting the sky

http://www.rense.com/general79/barium.htm

Toxic Barium In Chemtrails – What It Means

If a mass of barium is vaporized in space, within seconds much of the barium becomes ionized by the suns rays, producing a highly reflective ionic cloud which deflects newly arriving solar energy back into space, thereby preventing the ground from warming to the temperature it otherwise would have attained.

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/66002548/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

Crystalline Properties of Strontium Barium Niobate Thin Films Produced by Pulsed Laser Deposition

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Highly oriented strontium barium niobate (SBN) thin films have been grown on MgO {100}substrates by pulsed laser deposition. The films have been characterised by X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy. XRD theta – 2 theta scans indicate that the single phase crystalline SBN layers with the {001} orientation perpendicular to the plane of the substrate . Because of the difference between the thermal expansion coefficients of the SBN thin film and the MgO {100} substrate, it is necessary to adapt a slow cooling rate after deposition to retain the highly oriented SBN thin film on the substrate. The presence of non-uniform residual strain in SBN thin film has been analysed from broadening of the (00l) SBN film diffraction lines. The influence of oxygen partial pressure on the crystalline properties of SBN thin films have also been investigated.

http://www.rsc.org/publishing/journals/FD/article.asp?doi=FD9950000411

Laboratory study of the reactions Mg + O3 and MgO + O3. Implications for the chemistry of magnesium in the upper atmosphere

The reaction Mg + O3 MgO + O2 has been studied by the pulsed photodissociation at 193.3 nm of magnesium acetyl acetonate [Mg(C5H7O2)2] vapour to produce Mg atoms in an excess of O3 and N2 bath gas, followed by time-resolved laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) spectroscopy of atomic Mg at 285.2 nm [Mg(31 P1–31S0)]. The resulting rate coefficient is given in the Arrhenius form by k(196 < T/K < 368)=(2.28 ± 0.74)× 10–10 exp[–(139 ± 84 K)/T] cm3 molecule–1 s–1. This reaction is therefore the most rapid oxidation process of atomic Mg in the atmosphere between 65 and 95 km. The reaction MgO + O3 MgO2+ O2 was investigated by the pulsed photodissociation of MgO3 coupled with time-resolved LIF by pumping the MgO(B 1+–X 1+, v= 0) transition at 499.4 nm and monitoring emission from the MgO(B 1+–A 1+, v? 0) transition at wavelengths greater than 600 nm. This yields k(217 < T < 366 K)=(2.19 ± 1.8)× 10–10 exp[–(548 ± 271 K)/T] cm3 molecule–1 s–1. Ab initio quantum calculations were used to show that the most stable form of magnesium in the upper atmosphere is Mg(OH)2, formed from a rapid recombination reaction between MgO and H2O. A one-dimensional (1D) model of magnesium was then constructed by using observed Mg+ profiles above 85 km to constrain both the chemical reaction scheme and the meteoric input flux of the metal. The atomic Mg layer is predicted to occur at the same height as the Na layer (ca. 90 km), but with a peak concentration that is smaller by a factor of ca. 5. The model indicates that the ratio of the Mg/Na flux from meteoric ablation is about 0.5. This is strong evidence that the available mass of meteoroids does not ablate completely and that the residual fraction is enriched in magnesium.

http://library.binarydissent.com/hologram.pdf

3-D Holographic Display Using Strontium Barium Niobate

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2 thoughts on “Spray Painting the Sky into a Movie Screen”

  1. Excellent post!

    I don’t doubt that the applications of this technology are multivalent. I also think that projections don’t have to be representational, per se, but can be symbolic and suggestive, as well. With this sort of application in mind, considering that our visual faculties are light-based, perhaps all that we perceive via natural lighting could be tinged and overlaid with aspects of the atmospheric imagery — omnipresent, unbeknownst to the perceiver.
    Just a thought.

    peace to all

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