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August 19,2005
Volume 7 Issue 3    "I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to
the death your right to say it."  --Voltaire   

Chemtrails Are Over Las Vegas
Marcus K. Dalton
Tribune Media Group

Part 1

Editor's Note: Las Vegas residents are increasingly noticing the appearance
of chemical trails overhead. They appear EVERY weekend without fail, the
only exception being the two weeks after September 11, 2001. Such
"chemtrails" are substantially different in appearance to the normal
condensation trails left by jet airliners. The difference is that while
condensation trails are composed of water vapor that dissipates rapidly,
"chemtrails" linger much longer and spread out over time to eventually cover
the sky with a thin haze. This week the Las Vegas Tribune begins a two-part
article to examine the undeniable and mysterious phenomena of Chemtrails
Over Las Vegas.

Last year a concerned reader wrote to the Idaho Observer: "Driving across
Idaho and Nevada we saw normal condensation trails in the skies above north
Idaho and we were habitually looking up as we drove toward Las Vegas. We had
noticed that the sparsely populated areas in Nevada had brilliantly clear
blue skies and that the occasional airplane left vapor trails that
dissipated normally. But as soon as we neared Las Vegas, in the skies
directly above the city, we watched what appeared to be a military C-135
Transports spraying something over the populated areas. When the planes were
no longer directly over Las Vegas, they continued flying leaving a vapor
trail that dissipated normally."

It has been reported that the "chemtrails" contain ethylene dibromide -- a
substance that has been an additive to gasoline and airplane fuels as well
as a banned pesticide. Ethylene dibromide has been linked to kidney and
liver damage and is an immunosuppressive and a lung irritant.

William Thomas, who has researched chemtrails since their appearance in the
latter 90s, has noted stunted plant growth in once-healthy gardens and
wilderness areas in Santa Fe and Aspen. Similar
plant problems are commonly associated with chemtrails in other regions of
the U.S.

A brief history of the chemtrail phenomenon can be traced to a Washington
state man who told award-winning investigative reporter William Thomas that
he'd become ill on New Year's Day 1999 after watching several jets make
strange lines in the sky. Within six months, Thomas, writing primarily for
the Environmental News Service, has detailed 1000s of eyewitness reports of
chemtrails from 40 states.

"Mainstream newspapers have gone out of their way to dismiss these
eyewitness accounts," Thomas told the New Mexican newspaper in June 1999,
"It's easier to sell UFOs to major media than a phenomena as close in many
cities as the nearest window."

Especially disturbing for residents of heavily chemtrailed communities like
Las Vegas is a "chemtrail sickness" associated with heavy spray days leaving
many stricken people complaining of the "flu" and acute allergic reactions
months after the flu season has ended. Upper and lower respiratory and
gastrointestinal ailments remain unusually high in many spray areas, along
with debilitating fatigue - and something even more worrying.

What's going on?

Thomas is convinced that we are under "deliberate biological attack" by
agents known only to top military and government officials responsible for
permitting continuing over-flights by unmarked spray aircraft.

Government officials deny that anything unusual is taking place, yet
increasing numbers of concerned observers are seeing 727-like aircraft
painted "all-white with a black stripe up the middle of fuselage" laying
long and often cries-crossing chemtrail patterns over Southern Nevada and
elsewhere. None of the planes carry identifying markings.

Pat Edgar has been watching the jets spraying over eastern Oklahoma since a
sunny day in October, 1997 when as many as 30 contrails gradually occluded
the sky. "They look like they're playing tic-tac-toe up there," he says.
"You know darn well it's not passenger planes." Edgar says he has watched
"cob-webbing stuff coming down" from the zigzagging jets flying "all day
long, line after line, back-and-forth, like furrows in a farm field." Edgar
adds "There is a lot of Lupus in the area now. A lot of women have come down
with it."

One source, who spoke to the Tribune under condition of anonymity, working
as a civilian archeologist on government land throughout Nevada, began to
notice "all white unmarked aircraft" preparing for take-off at Nellis AFB
and at the Mancamp Complex near Tonapah in the late-90s. "It was these
unmarked planes that were constantly laying down the criss-crossing X
patterns of lingering chemical-spray trails over Southern Nevada." When the
archeologist asked the military escort who accompanied the civilian research
team into 'sensitive' areas around Nellis, about the planes, the reply
received was, "You didn't see anything."

Another Las Vegas resident, Sandy Range, grew up within an outdoors field
and stream-type family and has been watching the weather and the skies all
her life. Holding a degree from Syracuse University, Range moved to Las
Vegas in 1989. "I first began to notice the chemtrails in late '96 - 14
criss-crossed miles-long vapor trails that didn't evaporate like the norm. I
began to see them weekly, then daily," Range states matter-of-factly.

One early morning in '99 Range was returing from Henderson when a low-flying
craft dropped a trail right overhead along Boulder Highway. "It covered my
car with a sticky web-like coating and I saved a specimen in a jar.
Microscopic fiber-like filaments," Range reports.

Government denials, as usual.

Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio authored the Space Preservation Act of
2001, which sought a "permanent ban against weapons in space," specifically
banning "chemtrails" as weapons. But in a subsequent version of the bill,
the "chemtrails" language disappeared entirely. The missing words suggest an
eyes-wide-open denial, which says as much about the cover-up as it does
about the spraying that's plainly visible in the sky.

In a front-page story entitled "Conspiracy theorists look up," the Akron
Beacon Journal noted that Kucinich's bill "had been rewrittenand the
references to chemtrails and the other types of weapons were quietly
eliminated." The Beacon Journal article, linking chemtrails to conspiracies,
resulted from massive local pressure. Michel Massullo of Akron provided that
newspaper with rolls of photos of plane trails and a sworn affidavit
attesting to extensive aerial activity over that city.

The U.S. Air Force Website refutes the "Chemtrail Hoax" as having been
around since 1996, "accusing the Air Force of being involved in spraying the
U.S. population" with mysterious substances: "Several authors cite an Air
University research paper titled 'Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the
Weather in 2025' that suggests the Air Force is conducting weather
modification experiments. The purpose of that paper was part of a thesis to
outline a strategy for the use of a future weather modification system to
achieve military objectives and it does not reflect current military policy,
practice, or capability. The Air Force is not conducting any weather
modification experiments or programs and has no plans to do so in the
future. The 'chemtrail' hoax has been investigated and refuted by many
established and accredited universities, scientific organizations, and major
media publications."

Explaining the government's position, Lieutenant Colonel Michael K. Gibson
of the U.S. Air Force wrote U.S. Representative Mark Green in August 2000
and stated, "The term 'chemtrail' is a hoax that began circulating
approximately three years ago which asserts the government is involved in a
joint federal program of covert spraying of the public."

But many intelligent researchers call Gibson's communique a classic
non-denial denial: Gibson is denying that the Air Force is secretly spraying
U.S. citizens. The reality is the U.S. Space Command and other government
agencies are involved in ongoing experiments for military and environmental
purposes that involve aerial spraying, and the microfibers and other sprayed
chemicals inevitably fall to earth, putting the public at risk.

Before you believe Gibson's and the government's "denial," do an Internet
search for the following terms: "Joint Vision for 2020" and "Weather is a
Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025", a whitepaper by MIT's Bernard
Eastlund and H-bomb father Edward Teller. Before he died in 2003, Teller was
director emeritus of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where plans for
nuclear, biological and directed energy weapons are crafted. In 1997, Teller
publicly outlined his proposal to use aircraft to scatter through the
stratosphere millions of tons of electrically-conductive metallic materials,
ostensibly to reduce global warming.

Two scientists working at Wright Patterson Air Force Base confirmed to the
Ohio newspaper, Columbus Alive, that they were involved in aerial spraying
experiments. One involved aluminum oxide spraying related to global warming
and the other involved barium stearate and had to do with high-tech military

And even in the face of government denials, environmental laboratories have
begun to identify an extremely toxic component of the spray drifting over
cities and countryside. Several independent sources claim that samples of
fallout from the lingering smoke trails and have been independently tested
and found to contain ethylene dibromide (EDB).

In 1998, a US Air Force public affairs officer told residents of Las Vegas
that their sudden upsurge of respiratory ailments could have come from
"routine" fuel-dumping by military aircraft reducing weight for landing.

An extremely hazardous pesticide, EDB was banned by the US Environmental
Protection Agency in 1983. But in 1991, the composition of jet fuel used by
commercial and military jet aircraft in the U.S. was changed from JP4 to
somewhat less flammable JP8. A Department of Defense source says the move
"has saved some lives" in air crashes. Ethylene dibromide is a key component
of JP8.

The 1991 Chemical Hazards of the Workplace warns that repeated exposure to
low levels of ethylene dibromide results in "general weakness, vomiting,
diarrhea, chest pains, coughing and shortness of breath, upper respiratory
tract irritation" and respiratory failure caused by swelling of the lymph
glands in the lungs. "Deterioration of the heart, liver and kidneys, and
hemorrhages in the respiratory tract," can also result from prolonged
contact with JP8.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's hazardous materials
list: "Ethylene dibromide is a carcinogen and must be handled with extreme
caution." A seven-page summary of this pesticide's extreme toxicity notes
that EDB may also damage the reproductive system. According to the EPA,
"Exposure can irritate the lungs, repeated exposure may cause bronchitis,
development of cough, and shortness of breath. It will damage the liver and

Mark Witten, a respiratory physiologist at the University of Arizona in
Tucson where an official US Air Force study on JP8 was carried out, told
Scientist in March, 1998 that crew chiefs "seem to have more colds, more
bronchitis, more chronic coughs than the people not exposed to jet fuel."

EDB is 6.5-times heavier than air. Unlike normal condensation trails, the
thick white streamers being sprayed from downward-pointing tail-booms over
at least 39 states does not dissipate, but spreads into an overcast that
refracts a purple color in sunlight and appears suddenly as an oily film in
puddles and ponds.

Hundreds of photographs and videotapes made by ground observers show pairs
or larger formations of aircraft spreading a white mist that thickens and
drifts toward the ground. Thousands of eye-witnesses - including police
officers, pilots, military and public health personnel - have provided
detailed accounts of aerial spraying in characteristic "X"s and east-to-west
grid patterns, followed by occluded skies - and acute auto-immune reactions
and respiratory infections throughout affected regions.

Severe headaches, nosebleeds, shortness of breath, joint pain and a dry
hacking cough "that never leaves" are being reported by countless Americans
jamming hospital Emergency Rooms from coast to coast. While December and
January are traditionally bad months for asthma sufferers, patients, doctors
and nurses across the U.S. report hospital wards filled to overflowing with
bronchitis, pneumonia and acute asthma admissions at up to twice-normal
winter rates.

"We're getting sprayed real heavily with the chemtrails," a Las Vegas
resident told the Tribune. " On some days it's just total saturation."

As over-filled Pennsylvania hospitals were forced to divert respiratory
emergencies to other facilities with bed space, a south-central Pennsylvania
resident, Deborah Kammerer, looked out her window and watched aircraft
"flying and dispersing over the city. It was supposed to be a clear sunny
day. It became more overcast as the day progressed. I observed how the white
trails widened out and settled down creating a haze over everything."

Where is the mainstream media's reporting of this mass phenomenon?
Indications of a concerted cover-up came in February 2003, when a retired
Southern Baptist preacher named Everett Burton finally succeeded in reaching
C-span. After voicing his opinion on the Clinton impeachment trial, this
former minister told Americans to get a copy of the Constitution and read it
to realize what they have lost. Rev. Burton then advised viewers not to take
his word for what was happening in the US, "just look up in the skies as the
planes regularly spray contrails across the skies, spraying people and
making them ill." At that point, Rev. Burton was cut off. The screen flipped
from C-span to the Tennessee state seal, remained silent for several