Sunday, February 20, 2011

The Unfolding from Long Island Sky Watch

The Unfolding

US Patent 3,899,144: Powder contrail generation. Abstract: Light scattering pigment powder particles are dispensed from a jet mill deagglomerator as separate single particles to produce a powder contrail having maximum visibility or radiation scattering ability for a given weight material.

US Patent RE29,142: Combustible compositions for generating aerosols, particularly suitable for cloud modification and weather control and aerosolization process. Abstract: A combustible composition for generating aerosols for the control and modification of weather conditions consisting of a readily oxidizable substance selected from the group consisting of aluminum, magnesium, alkali-metals and alkaline earth metals.

US Patent 4686605: Method and apparatus for altering a Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere and /or Magnetosphere by Bernard Eastland. ( This was the first of three patents assigned to ARCO Power Technologies Inc. (APTI). APTI owned the "brains" behind HAARP and began construction of facility in 1993. APTI was a subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) which was one of the biggest oil companies in the world and originally owned by Rockefeller family.

In 1987, BP bought Standard Oil of Ohio, owned by Rockefeller family.

US Patent 5,003,186: Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming. Assignee: Hughes Aircraft.

US Patent 5,360,162: Method and composition for precipitation of atmospheric water. A method for precipitating atmospheric water by means of multicomponent aerosols……Assignee: Alberta Ltd. (Okotoks, CA) Hughes Aircraft Company.

E-Systems (a huge military contractor that has many lucrative contracts with US govt.) purchased APTI thus acquiring Eastland Patents and contract to build HAARP. Interestingly, E-Systems changed Arco Power Technology Inc.'s name to Advanced Power Technology Inc. thereby maintaining same acronym.

Raytheon bought E-Systems and old APTI patents. Raytheon is one of the largest defense contractors domestically and internationally and has worked closely with NOAA for 30 years.

Raytheon was awarded a 1.4 billion dollar contract for satellite monitoring of the Amazon rainforest for drug trafficking and deforestation. Part of this contract is to be implemented by E-Systems.

Raytheon wins FAA Integrate Terminal Weather System Contract.

Raytheon Company and Hughes Electronics’ Defense Business (Hughes Aircraft Company) to Merge, Creating a $21 Billion Enterprise.

BP bought Amoco which was originally Standard Oil of Indiana. Standard Oil was owned by the Rockefeller family who Started Trilateral Commission and is quoted as saying we must control "world population." John Rockefeller is cosponsor of the weather mitigation and research bill currently in the Senate (601). BP also acquired Amoco Chemicals upon this acquisition.

BP bought Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) which owned APTI. APTI was the original owner of HAARP and patents. When BP bought Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) in 2,000 they also acquired a subsidiary of ARCO: ARCO Aluminum Inc which is the biggest aluminum company in the world. Aluminum is one of the aerosols listed in US Patent RE29,142. Another interesting fact is that Monsanto just engineered aluminum resistant crops.

BP is also one of the world’s largest petroleum and petrochemicals companies in its own right. BP manufactures and markets a wide range of petrochemicals, intermediates, polymers, etc. An area of increasing concern is the increase in cases of people with Morgellan’s Disease. In fact, the CDC started a study on this disease in 2008 to investigate the causes and symptoms as this disease is spreading at the rate of 1,000 victims per day. Morgellan’s is a disease in which individuals exhibit unhealing sores that contain fibers that burn at 1,700 degrees F and do not melt. A private study to determine the chemical and biological composition of these self-replicating fibers has shown that the fibers’ outer casing is made up of high density polyethylene fiber (HPDE). This material is used throughout the bio nanotechnology world as a compound to encapsulate a viral protein envelope with DNA, RNA, etc.

Pavilion Technologies Inc entered into a strategic alliance with BP Amoco Chemicals, in which BP Amoco plans to license Pavilion's control and optimization technology and deploy it across its polyethylene manufacturing facilities.
2001: BP chemical and Eastman Chemical reach agreement to license Energx Polyethylene Technology.
AMEC completes renovating Wedge 1 prior to 9/11. Wedge 1 was the main section of the Pentagon that was hit in 9/11 attack. (Chairman of AMEC is Sydney Gillibrand. Prior to joining AMEC, Gillibrand was Chairman of BAE. BAE is the new owner of HAARP.)

AMEC is main contractor of rebuilding the Pentagon after 9/11 attack and one of main contractors at WTC cleanup.

Raytheon will provide low-Earth orbiting polar satellite system designed to meet the nation's future civilian science and military needs for accurate weather forecasting.

Blackstone, Apollo and Goldman Sachs acquire Nalco (dispersements used by BP in Deepwell Horizon accident). Nalco is a major distributor of aluminate which is a compound containing aluminum and oxygen. ALUMINUM!!!!!!

BAE purchase HAARP from Raytheon. BAE is one of the largest aerospace contractors in the world that has major contracts with our military. Gillibrand was Chairman.

Obama resigns as Senior Lecturer of University of Chicago Law Schoo. He was a professor for 12 years.

AMEC won part of a contract to rebuild water and sewerage networks in IRAQ. (Gillibrand). (25)

BP Angola and Acergy sign contract resulting in biggest project ever undertaken by Acergy. This consortium achieved first oil production in 2007. (26)

Raytheon was awarded $300 Million Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System contract from NOAA’s National Weather Service through 2014. (27)

BAE Systems Software Selected for 3D Mapping Project for airports. (28)

BP invests undisclosed amount to Synthetic Genomics. J. Craig Venter is founder and president of the J. Craig Venter Institute and Co-Founder and CEO of synthetic Genomics, Inc. He is best known for mapping the human genome. (29)

Nalco, BP and Chevron launch BrightWater Technology for Waterflood Sweep Improvement and oil sites. (30)

Monsanto engineers aluminum resistant crops. (31)

Senator John Rockefeller is cosponsor of Senate Bill 601: Weather Mitigation Research & Development Policy Authorization Act, 2009. (32)

Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway holds shares in Nalco. He is not the only incredibly rich and powerful person with Nalco associations but his may be the sloppiest. Berkshire acquired holdings of Nalco in February, 2009. At the end of 2009, Berkshire Hathaway increased their holdings to 9 million. Berkshire is now the 2nd largest holder of Nalco. (33)

Nalco has an affiliation with the Argonne Program of the University of Chicago. This program falls under the auspices of the US Department of Energy. Argonne was given $164 million in federal stimulus funds last year. Argonne also added 2 new executive to their staff. One of the executives was on the payroll at Nalco. (34 & 35)

Senate Bill 773: Cyber security Act of 2009 introduced by J. Rockefeller. This bill would allow the president to “shut down” the internet a national emergency. Committee sent it back for a rewrite as many groups opposed the wording. (36)

Nalco company and Argonne National Laboratory are developing a groundbreaking technology to dramatically decrease the costs to capture carbon dioxide from the coal-fired power plants. (37)

President Obama announced that he will recess appoint Islam A. Siddiqui to the position of Chief Agricultural Negotiator, Office of the US Trade Representative. Siddiqui is a pesticide lobbyist and Vice President for Science and Regulatory Affairs at Crop Life America, an agribusiness lobbying group that represents Monsanto. (38)

President Obama nominated Solicitor General Elena Kagan as the nation’s 112th justice to the Supreme Court. In December, 2009, in her capacity as Solicitor General, Kagan intervened in the first case on which SCOTUS will rule involving genetically modified crops, Monsanto v Geertson Seed. She defended Monsanto’s fight to contaminate the environment with its GM alfalfa. (39)

Synthetic Genomics announced the laboratory creation of the world’s first self-reproducing synthetic organism. Morgellans? (40 & 41)

Tony Hayward, CEO of BP, cashed in one third of his holding in BP one month before a well on the Deepwater Horizon rig burst in the Gulf of Mexico. He then paid off the mortgage on his family’s mansion in Kent. (42)

Deep Well Horizon Accident in the Gulf of Mexico. BP purchases world supply of dispersant Corexit 9500 to break up oil spill from Nalco. Rodney Chase is a Board Member of Nalco. Rodney Chase served on Board of BP. Carl Casale is a Board Member of Nalco and Exec. VP & CFO of Monsanto. (43)

Goldman Sachs sold 44% of BP stock on March 31, 2010, three weeks before the oil spill disaster. (44)

Obama appoints Michael Taylor Food Safety Czar. Mr. Taylor is a lawyer who began his revolving door adventures as counsel to FDA. He then moved to King & Spalding, a private-sector law firm representing Monsanto, a leading agricultural biotechnology company. In 1991, he returned to the FDA as Deputy Commissioner for Policy, where he was part of the team that issued the agency’s decidedly industry-friendly policy on food biotechnology and approved the use of Monsanto’s genetically engineered growth hormone in dairy cows. His questionable role in the these decisions led to an investigation by the federal General Accounting Office which eventually exonerated him of all conflict of interest charges. (45)

Los Angels Time’s reports that, as a House member, Emanuel had lived the last five years rent-free in a D.C. apartment of Democratic colleague Rep. Rosa DeLauro of Connecticut and her husband, Stanley Greenberg. Greenberg's consulting firm was a prime architect of BP's recent rebranding drive as a green petroleum company, down to green signs and the slogan "Beyond Petroleum." Greenberg's company is also closely tied to a sister Democratic outfit -- GCS, named for the last initials of Greenberg, James Carville, another Clinton advisor, and Bob Shrum, John Kerry's 2004 campaign manager. According to published reports, GCS received hundreds of thousands of dollars in political polling contracts in recent years from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Rahm Emanuel was the chairman of that Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee dispensing those huge polling contracts to his kindly rent-free landlord. (46)

J. Lieberman submitted a bill which, again, gives the president the ability to “shut down” the internet in the event of a national emergency. (47)


  1. Satellite Beach Custodial Crew ChiefFebruary 20, 2011 at 10:33 PM

    Now you're getting warmer.....still need samples and reputable analysis firm........EDF may help?

  2. Environmental Defense Fund

  3. The EDF website had the word 'chemtrails' mentioned once and it was in a comment from Anonymous on May 28th, 2007 at 11:02 am

    "Look Up! Chemtrails are all over the place…what are they, why are they happening, and who is responsible? Chemtrails are different from Contrails which quickly dissipate. Unmarked jets are criss crossing our skies dumping toxins, affecting our weather and our health…WHY??? This must be addressed, it affects us all on a global level as they have been photographed all over the world. Take the time to look to the skies, to write congress and media. Research chemtrails on the internet."

    I don't think this org will help much exposing the lies and revealing the truth. Do you?

  4. More on Environmental Defense Fund...

    Stauber: E. Bruce Harrison, one of the most effective public-relations practitioners in the business, knows that all too well. He's made a lucrative career out of helping polluting companies defeat environmental regulations while simultaneously giving the companies a "green" public image. In the industry, they call him the "Dean of Green." As a longtime opponent of the environmental movement, Harrison has developed some interesting insights into its failures. He says, "The environmental movement is dead. It really died in the last fifteen years, from success." I think he's correct. What he means is that, in the eighties and nineties, environmentalism became a big business, and organizations like the Audubon Society, the Wilderness Society, the National Wildlife Federation, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Natural Resources Defense Council became competing multi-million-dollar bureaucracies. These organizations, Harrison says, seem much more interested in "the business of greening" than in fighting for fundamental social change. He points out, for instance, that the Environmental Defense Fund (whose executive director makes a quarter of a million dollars a year) sat down and cut a deal with McDonald's that was probably worth hundreds of millions of dollars in publicity to the fast-food giant, because it helped to "greenwash" its public image.

    Jensen: How so?

    Stauber: After years of being hammered by grass-roots environmentalists for everything from deforestation to inhumane farming practices to contributing to a throwaway culture, McDonald's finally relented on something: it did away with its styrofoam clamshell hamburger containers. But before the company did this, it entered into a partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund and gave that group credit for the change. Both sides "won" in the ensuing PR lovefest. McDonald's took one little step in response to grass-roots activists, and the Environmental Defense Fund claimed a major victory.


    During Congressional Hearings on the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, none other than J. C. Harrar, then president of the Rockefeller Foundation (and a CFR member, of course), advocated the United Nations developing an international program for dealing with worldwide pollution. Other lobbyists who joined the clamor for more government controls were financed by he Ford Foundation, which is more closely interlocked with the Rockefellers than two teenagers in the last row of drive-in movie. Edward Rogers, general counsel of the Ford-backed Environmental Defense Fund, actually advocated international control of automobiles.


    Bottomline: EDF can not be trusted.

  5. In fairness, the second last paragraph refers to BP's rebranding and going green includes the words "down to green signs". BP has historically used green as a corporate color, unless that is the reference is to the introduction of a flower like geometrical logo as the "green sign". Clarity please.

  6. Dr. Idin T. Inhale, Oslo UniversityFebruary 22, 2011 at 3:48 PM

    This is beyond nut's..................only suggested EDF as administrative and legal record goes from Love Canal, Kesterson clean-ups, SuperFund creation, Wilderness name a few....what have you done except throw some 'references' and loose connecions at best.....go listen to Alix're just in the way..PS..'chem-trails are just jet exhaust UNLESS you have collected (need a lear for that) samples, had them analyzed, and subject to scrutiny and peer-reviwed results to prove otherwise! Enuf, malarkey!

  7. Sorry, Dr. ITI, but if you can not open your eyes and see the Truth, you are 'beyond nuts'.

  8. Why do you tea-whankers always resort to name-calling? We're tryin to lead you to water, but you keep pissin' in the stream! No evidence other than.....a trail......'if a tree falls in the woods, and no one hear's it, does that mean Bigfoot chopped it down?'.......If you want to have any legitimacy, then you must use the scienific method....not the conspiracy/everything loop......