‎”Dance, when you’re broken open,

Dance in your blood,

Dance when you’re perfectly free.”

~Mawlana J~


Wandering mind not a happy mind

About 47% of waking hours spent thinking about what isn’t going on


“A human mind is a wandering mind, and a wandering mind is an unhappy mind,” Killingsworth and Gilbert write. “The ability to think about what is not happening is a cognitive achievement that comes at an emotional cost.”

Unlike other animals, humans spend a lot of time thinking about what isn’t going on around them: contemplating events that happened in the past, might happen in the future, or may never happen at all. Indeed, mind-wandering appears to be the human brain’s default mode of operation.

“Mind-wandering is an excellent predictor of people’s happiness,” Killingsworth says. “In fact, how often our minds leave the present and where they tend to go is a better predictor of our happiness than the activities in which we are engaged.”

The researchers estimated that only 4.6 percent of a person’s happiness in a given moment was attributable to the specific activity he or she was doing, whereas a person’s mind-wandering status accounted for about 10.8 percent of his or her happiness.

“Many philosophical and religious traditions teach that happiness is to be found by living in the moment, and practitioners are trained to resist mind wandering and to ‘be here now,’” Killingsworth and Gilbert note in Science. “These traditions suggest that a wandering mind is an unhappy mind.”

This new research, the authors say, suggests that these traditions are right. Full article


Memory-a spoof by Pam Peterson



Want smart kids? Don’t feed them factory food.

Poor diets may lower children’s IQ


New research shows that there is more at stake than just health and normal weight when kids are raised on junk food.

Food dyes are one of the most widely used and dangerous additives. And the United States has no regulations on labeling food dyes to inform consumers of the health risks. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/02/24/are-you-or-your-family-eating-toxic-food-dyes.aspx

Toxic Food Dyes and Dangers of Artificial Food Coloring

The dangers of food coloring include an increased risk of cancer and other diseases.

Energy Saving Light Bulbs ‘could trigger breast cancer’

Submitted by Annie White on February 15, 2011

The push to switch over to Compact Florescent Light (CFL) bulbs is facing a mighty backlash from consumers, health experts and environmentalists. As part of the governments “Green Revolution” campaign, Congress has passed legislation that requires the ‘energy-saving’ CFL’s to replace incandescent light bulbs completely by 2014.

For many this is a sentence to debilitation as the bulbs have been found to create numerous health problems. Over the last few years as CFL’s use has increased so has the number of reports linking them to a variety of physical trauma, such as migraines, dizziness, nausea, confusion, fatigue, skin irritations and eye strain. These physical disruptions are the result of being surrounded by dirty electricity from the radio frequency radiation the bulbs generate. CFL’s put out a wildly fluctuating electricity field that can travel around homes and offices via wiring, “polluting” other electrical signals and fields in place, spreading and accumulating.

There is another health issue too, the following brings forward research showing exposure to the bulbs when sleeping can diminish a persons ability to defend against cancer due to the simple difference of the CFL’s bluer light in contrast to the incandescent filament glow which casts a yellower light. Exposure to the bluer light of the CFL’s, which closely mimics daylight, at night causes a disruption in the secretion levels of the hormone melatonin which is thought to protect against breast and prostate cancers.

~Health Freedoms

Energy saving light bulbs ‘could trigger breast cancer’

Haifa University in Israel, said that the bluer light that compact flourescent lamps (CFLs) emitted closely mimiced daylight, disrupting the body’s production of the hormone melatonin more than older-style filament bulbs, which cast a yellower light.

Melatonin, thought to protect against some breast and prostate cancers, is produced and secreted by the brain’s pineal gland around the clock. Highest secretion levels are at night but light depresses production, even if one’s eyes are shut.

A possible link between night time light exposure and breast cancer risk has been known for over a decade, since a study was published showing female shift workers were more likely to develop the disease.

Prof Haim explained that a recent study by himself and fellow colleagues had found a much stronger association than previous research between night-time bedroom light levels and breast cancer rates. Their study, published in the journal Chronobiology International, found breast cancer rates were up to 22 per cent higher in women who slept with a light on, compared to those who slept in total darkness. They thought one of the reasons for this stronger link could be that people had switched to using energy saving lightbulbs.

They wrote: “In the past decade, light bulbs emitting bluer light waves (~460 nm) have been widely introduced to save energy consumption and reduce CO2 emission.”

They quoted another study which showed that exposure to bluer, shorter wavelength light for two hours in the late evening suppressed melatonin production more than the same exposure to yellower light (~550nm), which is more typical of filament bulbs. The bluer light also made people more alert and increased their body temperature and heart rate.

Prof Haim thought this was because the bluer light from eco-lightbulbs mimiced the stronger light of midday closer than filament bulbs did.

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, he said he had subsequently removed eco-friendly lightbulbs from his house, as he thought they caused “light pollution”.

He said: “Around the world the advice is to change the lights to ‘green’ bulbs – but they are not really green. They pollute much more light.” Because people thought they were so cheap to run, they were turning on more lights at home, he explained. He emphasised that the study did not prove that using eco-friendly light bulbs late at night or overnight resulted in higher breast cancer rates than using filament bulbs, and that it remained an unproven theory.

British cancer charities echoed that point.

Jessica Harris, senior health information officer at Cancer Research UK, said: “As this study didn’t investigate low energy ‘eco’ light bulbs and there isn’t any other evidence that they have an effect on breast cancer risk we can’t draw any conclusions about the risk of breast cancer from low energy light bulbs. ”Although it’s far from settled, the evidence that light at night – from any source – could affect breast cancer risk is strengthening and the World Health Organisation classify shift working as a ‘probable’ cause of cancer.”

Dr Sarah Rawlings, head of policy at Breakthrough Breast Cancer, said the link was “purely speculative”. ”We know there are a number of lifestyle, genetic and environmental risk factors associated with breast cancer, which require more research,” she said.

By: Stephen Adams


As if the danger to our health by using the CFL’s isn’t enough, the bulbs also contain mercury.

When they break or of disposed of improperly, exposure to this toxin is guaranteed.

“all CFL bulbs contain – at least – four to five milligrams of mercury, about 200 times the amount of mercury in a flu vaccine shot. There is enough mercury in each CFL bulb to contaminate 6,000 gallons of clean water. To break one of these CFL bulbs is to risk ruining the health of one’s entire family, or office staff, with enough released atmospheric mercury to best require the expensive, professional services of a Haz/Mat Removal Team.”             

The EPA provides a four step program on how to safely dispose of a broken CFL. The first step is to open a window and leave the room for 15 minutes; next, clean up the glass with duct tape; third step is to seal broken glass into a glass jar; then you have to take the container to a special dump that can handle the toxic waste. But this is hardly enough to keep you and your family from being exposed. The truth is though waiting 15 minutes and coming back armed with duct-tape does not offer you protection from the mercury.

Really, only the first step in the EPA’s plan is safe- walk away. Amalgams that contain mercury are kept in boxes lined with lead and are collected by special hazardous-materials cleaning teams to carry out removal, the doctor wears a mask during the removal process and special precautions are taken so the patient does not inhale the fumes during placing or removal. Mercury is mercury- exposure is dangerous.

So what should really happen when a bulb is broken?

Here is the safety protocol outlined by a hazardous materials removal company:

To protect your family and employees against dangerous mercury exposure, Mercury Instruments USA provides clean up, decontamination and screening in the case of a broken mercury containing light bulb. All of our cleaning services are backed by screening the area with the Mercury Tracker 3000 mercury detector.                                                                    

CFL’s contain dangerous levels mercury

  1. If you break a compact fluorescent light – CFL
    1. Immediately turn off heating or air conditioning units
    2. Call us at 303-972-3740 or after normal business hours at 720-203-5224
    3. Open windows for ventilation
    4. Leave the contaminated area immediately, unless there is a chance that some of the broken light bulb got on your clothing, then stay put until we get there or you may risk contaminating other areas!
  1. Things Not to Do!
    1. Do Not Use Vacuum Cleaner
    2. Do not walk through broken glass

It’s hard to imagine that all of the CFL bulbs that have broken have been disposed of properly. I am also sure that there are a number of people that aren’t even aware of the dangers and took no precautions when cleaning or handling broken bulbs.

And our environment? This is where mercury laden CFL bulbs do their most serious damage to everyone of us. This is the same environment that our hordes of”Greenies” are so concerned about dying from global warming. But unknown to our greenie friends, already there are hundreds of millions of disposed CFL bulbs that have contaminated personal garbage cans, fleets of garbage trucks (spreading their toxicity near and far), and garbage disposal sites, that are doing irreparable damage to our ground water, except when such garbage is burnt; then, mercury is released into the very air we all breathe. You see there are precious few toxic dump sites in the world equipped to handle mercury, the most dangerous element in the world, after radio-active materials. Link

~Health Freedoms



Councils across the UK are refusing to collect low-energy lightbulbs from homes as they contain toxic mercury, which gives off poisonous vapours.

HAWAII IS UNDER CHEMTRAIL ATTACK – reported by Local TV News Stations as “Military Chaff”

The TV Hawaii Weather people
(I am not sure which channels as I have seen it more than once)
have been REPORTING off and on in the past weeks or so…
that this large green area of activity

over Oahu and the ocean, is not weather,
it is “Military Chaff”.

(Thank you.. and please put your weather report videos on youtube and send me the links)

It made me mad when I heard it several times.
I did not know why… so I looked it up.

Now I know why I am mad about it..
I have had a sore throat for days, and I have heard,
lots kids at the schools have been sick,
maybe this is why…


300 to 600 feet wide areas of RAW GLASS FIBERS, coated with Aluminum…
and worse stuff.. SPRAYED OVER THE ISLANDS …. and the ocean…

they are all mad….

related link

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Esterline Defense Group is the only qualified producer of chaff in the United States. Our Lillington, North Carolina chaff facility is the only fully integrated production operation worldwide. It encompasses fiberizing and metalizing of raw glass, cutting and loading dipoles to the desired frequency and packing of the finished product. In one year, we produce almost one million pounds of chaff and integrate over two million chaff cartridges.

Esterline Defense Group’s chaff products deliver high reliability, multiple broadband frequency protection, excellent operational radar cross-section and a rapid bloom with minimal birds nesting. Customized products are available to meet unique customer requirements.



The RR-129/AL and RR-129A/AL is deployed from AN/ALE 29A, 37A, 39, 42 and 47 dispensers or equivalent. Cartridges are used on A-4, A-6, A-7, F-4, F-14, F-18 and AV-8A aircraft and UH-1, AH-1, CH-46 and CH-53 helicopters. Training versions RR-144/AL and RR-144A/AL are also offered.


The RR-170A/AL is a standard USAF tactical cartridge with an M-1 variant used by the US Army for helicopter protection. It is dispensed from AN/ALE 45 and 47 dispensers, or equivalent. It is used on F-4, F-5, F-15, F-16, A-7 and A-10 aircraft. A training version RR-188/AL is also offered.


The RR-180/AL includes an electrically sequenced BBU-48 dual impulse cartridge that responds to separate firing signals thus providing double payload capability. It is easy and quick to upload and is a standard USAF tactical cartridge. The RR-180/AL is dispensed from the AN/ALE 47 or equivalent and is used on F-4, F-5, F-15, F-16, A-7 and A-10 aircraft.


The RR-179/AL bundle chaff is an aluminum coated glass filament in a continuous strand of 3,000 fibers. It is deployed from the AN/ALE 43 dispenser and is used on EA-6/A, F/A-18, EA-6, NC-124 and NC-135 aircraft and SH-3 helicopters.


Protecting military targets against weapons having IR detectors
Document Type and Number:
United States Patent 4756778
Link to this page

Pyrolyzed carbon fibers are intercalated with alkali metal by contacting fibers with hot metal vapors at a specified temperature to produce an infrared emissive chaff. This chaff can be released into the air to produce a heat generating cloud, which can serve as an infrared decoy or screen to protect military targets against weapons having infrared detectors. The chaff gives off a longer lasting, more moderate heat supply due to the intercalation of its active element, and is much easier to store and handle than prior art pyrophorics.
Materials which have been used as infrared chaff have included the following:
A. The class of solid pyrophorics which consists of finely divided solids such as white phosphorus and lithium hydroxide, and which react, upon initial exposure to the atmosphere, with the liberation of intense amounts of heat. However, these materials are extremely hazardous to store, and more seriously, produce an intense heat which lasts for but a few seconds, whereas a desirable infrared chaff should produce a moderate heat source lasting at least thirty seconds or more.

B. Eutectic chaffs, such as solids like barium hydroxide, undergo a phase transition near ambient temperatures, with the resulting liberation of heat. However, these materials have the draw-back that the quantity of heat liberated per unit weight of material is insufficient for the desired use.

C. Pyrophorics which are dissolved in a solvent and then applied as a solution on an absorptive solid such as paper or a textile fiber. Suitable materials are the trialkylaluminums and the organosilanes, and they can be diluted to the extent of providing a measure of control over the pyrophoricity of the resultant chaff. However, these materials are hazardous to handle, decompose during storage, and are also hampered in their effective dispersal into the atmosphere by the capillary forces of the liquid solvent.

It is, accordingly, an object of the present invention to provide an infrared chaff that supplies a suitable amount of heat for up to one minute duration, and ameliorates the hazards inherent in storage of the material.

It is a further object of the invention to produce an infrared chaff which does not decompose during storage, can be designed to give off heat and radiation of a desired temperature, and further functions as a radar and radio-frequency reflective chaff.

Buoyant chaff
Document Type and Number:
United States Patent 4117486
Link to this page:

1. A buoyant elongated tubular chaff element responsive to radio frequency nergy comprising a hollow longitudinal body of relatively thin light weight flexible metal, a quantity of a gaseous medium lighter than air contained within said body sufficient to partially inflate the said body at normal atmospheric pressure and to fully inflate the said body at an altitude where the body weight equals the air displaced, the length of said body being substantially equal to one half the wave length of the radio frequency of operation.


From the July 2006 Idaho Observer:

Chemtrails: GAO report admits “chaff” —– Lab report reveals much more

Last May a family in Iowa contacted the office of Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) to report the constant criss-crossing of “chemtrails” in the sky above their neighborhood. They received back from the senator’s office a General Accounting Office (GAO) report on “military chaff” and the material safety data sheet for aluminum-coated fiberglass fibers being spread—seven days a week for several hours each day—in the skies above their home.

The chaff is spread by pilots learning how to mask planes or send false radar images. It was reported that the military also has lead-based chaff, but that it is not being used at this time. Chaff was used by the military in Europe in WWII and, according to the GAO, had been used in training here at home since the 50s.

Once chaff reaches the ground, it breaks down into particles small enough to inhale. Though military spokespeople insist that chaff is not harmful, the GAO report concluded that health effects are unknown and more studies are needed.

Regardless, some members of this family are very sick. On May 23, after a hard rain the day before, they a noticed glittering substance and a pinkish-colored powder substance on the roof of their house. They then noticed the glittering substance on many surfaces, even the dashboard of the family car. Both substances were collected and sent to a lab for analysis.

Among the substances found to be in the samples were several that should simply not be there:

6 bacteria, including anthrax and pneumonia

9 chemicals including acetylcholine chloride

26 heavy metals including arsenic, gold, lead,mercury, silver, uranium and zinc

4 molds and fungi

7 viruses

2 cancers

2 vaccines

2 sedatives

Over the last several months, The IO has received a significant increase in chemtrail-related calls and letters. Most report a dramatic increase in chemtrail “spraying” activity in their areas; some are reporting the development of chronic flu-like symptoms, chronic fatigue and body aches that they have never before experienced.

continued at link


Is this the same stuff?

Owens Corning’s Fiberglas ®, Fiber Glass, Glass Fiber and GlassWool: A Carcinogen That’s Everywhere – The Asbestos of the 21st Century

Fiber glass is now measurable everywhere in the air. The air in cities, rural areas,[1,pgs.311-314] and remote mountain tops [4] now contains measurable concentrations of fiber glass. If the dose-response curve is a straight line (that is to say, if half as much fiber glass causes half as much cancer) and if there is no threshold dose (no dose below which the cancer hazard disappears), then exposing the Earth’s 5.7 billion human inhabitants to low concentrations of fiber glass will inevitably take its toll by causing excess cancers in some portion of the population.


Of course the Military thinks Chaff is safe.. kind of..


Critics blast military study that says chaff is not harmful

Associated Press
RENO — Environmental and military watchdog groups have denounced a study from the Naval Research Laboratory that found no health risks in the continued use of military chaff.
“The report highlights the Department of Defense’s lackadaisical attitude towards human health risks by giving a green light to continued use of chaff while noting that several health questions remain unanswered,” Grace Potorti, director of the Reno-based Rural Alliance for Military Accountability, said Tuesday.
“Until we have an independent, impartial study of the health effects of chaff, the military should be allowed no additional public land over which to drop chaff,” she said. “The studies must either confirm or nullify risks to humans and the environment.”
Made of fiberglass-covered aluminum thinner than a human hair, chaff is ejected from military aircraft to confuse enemy radar.

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my comments in blue ….

Environmental Protection: DOD Management Issues Related to Chaff (Letter
Report, 09/22/98, GAO/NSIAD-98-219).
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Department of
Defense’s (DOD) use of chaff and its long-term effects on the
environment, focusing on: (1) the extent and locations of chaff use; (2)
its reported known and potential effects; and (3) the initiatives being
taken or considered to address chaff’s unintended effects.
GAO noted that:
(1) chaff is used worldwide in conjunction with military
training, testing, and other assigned missions;
(2) in fiscal year (FY) 1997, the Air Force reported using about 1.8 million bundles worldwide, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft used more than 354,000 bundles and 593 rolls, and Navy combat ships used about 10,000 large bundles;
(3) DOD records indicate that FY 1998 inventories include more than 37 million
bundles and more than 141,000 rolls of chaff;
(4) the Air Force holds about 77 percent of the bundles, while the Navy and Marine Corps hold all the rolls;
(5) the Army has some mission needs but possesses and uses little chaff in peacetime training or testing;
(6) while DOD components report that chaff is an effective means of defense for
aircraft, ships, and related weapons systems, DOD and other agencies
have identified some unintended and potential side effects of chaff;
(7) chaff can affect safety by interfering with air traffic control radar;
(8) chaff can also affect weather radar observations and the operation
of friendly radar systems, especially when vehicles stir up chaff that
has settled on the ground;
(9) the services have a number of ongoing initiatives to address concerns about the unintended and potential effects of chaff;
(10) for example, DOD has entered into or is negotiating agreements with other federal agencies to address issues related to commercial air safety, weather forecasting, and environmental impacts on public lands;
(11) also, the Navy has started a program to develop degradable chaff that is estimated to cost about 40 percent more than the current chaff;
(12) while intended as beneficial, the Navy has not yet defined the operational and environmental benefits that could result from this program;
(13) notwithstanding DOD’s actions, some concerns continue to be raised by the public and federal agencies about the potentially harmful or undesirable effects of chaff on the environment;
(14) also, some of DOD’s studies cite additional areas where questions have been raised about the unintended effects of chaff;
(15) DOD has not systematically followed up on these questions or on the
recommendations of these reports to determine whether they merit
additional review; and
(16) DOD continues to retain lead-based chaff in
its inventory even though this type of chaff has not been manufactured
since 1987 and is reportedly no longer in use.


The continuous stream technique, called saturation chaff, may be used
by aircraft to cover a large area. By 2005 or 2006, the Army also
plans to use saturation chaff to mask vehicle and troop movements.
Using a cutter, 360 pounds of chaff from nine 40-pound rolls can be deployed in 10 minutes. Depending on the method and the number of aircraft, such
releases could disperse billions of fibers. The B-52 can carry about
750 seven-ounce boxes of chaff; each box contains up to 11 million
fibers that can be expelled continuously or in bursts.
Most chaff bundles contain millions of fibers. For example, the
chaff bundles used most by the Air Force (RR-188) and the Navy
(RR-144) contain more than 5 million individual fibers each, and the
Navy’s Zuni rocket warhead (RR-182) contains more than 100 million


——————————————————– Letter :4.1.1
The report noted that while chaff is effective at confusing enemy
radar, it also interferes with air traffic control radar.


——————————————————– Letter :4.1.2
Air quality issues addressed in the report include the potential for
(1) noncompliance with national air quality standards due to the
release of significant quantities of particulates, (2) release of
hazardous air pollutant emissions, and (3) visibility impairment.
The report takes into consideration the Clean Air Act\6 and its
amendments and includes a literature review of chaff dispersion and
air quality effects as well as its own April 1994 technical report on
chaff particulate testing.
The report’s literature review shows that none of the previous
studies had addressed the possible formation of inhalable
particulates or issues related to compliance with the Clean Air Act.
But the report indicates some inconsistencies in the reported size,
use, and manufacture of chaff. The report cited a particulate test
showing that potential effects would not exceed air quality
standards, even though explosive charges on impulse cartridges may
result in minimal releases of particulates. —

The Clean Air Act requires the Environmental Protection Agency to
set national air quality standards.
——————————————————– Letter :4.1.3
The report says that the chemical or physical effects of chaff on
soil and water would be very limited because chaff falls only in
small quantities in any one location. It cites potential effects on
wildlife through ingestion, inhalation, or skin contact; on species,
habitat conditions, and aesthetics through settling in the water; and
on water quality. The report includes a literature review, a
laboratory analysis, and field studies at two locations where chaff
is frequently used. One location is arid desert (Nellis Range
Complex, Nevada) and the other humid woodlands (Townsend Air to
Ground Gunnery Range, Georgia).
The report notes that the literature addressing the effects of chaff
on water quality and aquatic habitats is limited and that there has
been no systematic analysis of chemical changes in soils exposed to
various concentrations of chaff. It cites a 1977 Navy report that
found no increase in aluminum or trace metals from chaff placed in
water. The Air Force report notes that chaff’s potential to
adversely affect the environment depends on the quantity deposited in
a particular area, the fibers’ stability, the specific conditions of
the soil and water, and the sensitivity of the environment to
contaminants. It states that the likelihood of chaff falling into a
particular pond, stream, or estuary in sufficient quantity to
measurably affect the water’s chemical makeup is remote.
——————————————————– Letter :4.1.4
The report addresses the potential biological effects of chaff on
wildlife due to inhalation, ingestion, and direct contact as well as
the effects of chaff on vegetation and aquatic life of chaff
decomposing in soil or water. The Air Force reported no adverse
impacts from chaff and said that chaff is generally nontoxic.
However, few studies of the effects of chaff on wildlife have been
conducted, and the report found no data on chaff’s decomposition
process under different environmental conditions (arid, alkaline,
wet, acidic) or inside the digestive systems of animals. The study
includes a literature review, field studies, and laboratory analyses
of soil samples taken at Nellis and Townsend, the two military range
areas studied. The report cites a 1972 Canada Department of
Agriculture study that found no health hazards to farm animals. The
Air Force study also cited a previous report on the Chesapeake Bay
ecosystem that found no impacts on the six marine organisms
The Air Force study reports the following:
— Animals can inhale chaff particles, but the particles do not
penetrate far into the respiratory system and can be easily
cleared out.
— Chaff disperses over a large area of land, limiting exposure of
grazing animals. Little chaff accumulated on the surface of
standing water bodies. Surface-feeding or bottom-feeding
animals and fish may ingest chaff, but this only affects a few
individual animals and has a low impact on species populations
except in the case of protected species.
— The numbers of chaff particles are negligible because chaff
disperses over a large land area. Low concentrations of chaff
limit the likelihood that birds would use chaff for nests and
expose the young.
— Chaff disintegrates on land. It decomposes slowly in arid areas
and has no adverse effects on soil chemistry and plant growth.
Chaff interference with wildlife is expected to be negligible
based on chaff use, characteristics, and observed accumulations.
— Chaff decomposing in water has no adverse impacts on water
chemistry and aquatic life. In wet areas, chaff is covered by
plant growth and dead leaves. Chaff decomposes more rapidly in
wet acidic environments, but when doing so it releases only
minute amounts of chemicals.
— Lead has not been used in the manufacture of chaff since 1983.\8

The first recorded large-scale use of chaff by American forces in
combat was on December 20, 1943,

SO FROM 1943 until at least 1983 they sprayed LEAD ON PEOPLE…

During the course of our work, we noted that some lead-based chaff
was still being held in DOD’s active inventory. Older productions of
foil chaff contained lead and lead is known to be toxic and can
result in a number of health problems. As a result, DOD stopped
purchasing chaff with lead. The Air Force reported it does not
expect to use any chaff containing lead and the 1997 Air Force report
stated that it is highly unlikely that any chaff containing lead is
still in use. However, we found that the Air Force still does have
chaff containing lead in its inventory and has no plans to eliminate
We were provided a sample of chaff containing lead at one of the Air
Force bases we visited during our review. The sample we obtained was
of an aluminum-foil type used primarily by B-52s. In addition, Air
Force records show that it still has in its inventory almost 40,000
bundles of chaff containing lead. These records came from Air Force
and Defense Logistics Agency central inventory control points.

——————————————————– Letter :4.2.1
Chaff can show up on radar as a false weather phenomenon and may
affect lightning within storms. The National Weather Service (NWS)
began to observe the widespread and frequent use of chaff in the late
1980s, when it started using new and more sensitive weather radar.
Radar observations show that chaff can spread over several hundreds
of miles and stay in the air for up to a day. A scientist formerly
with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), who
now performs weather research at the University of Oklahoma,
estimated it would have taken more than 200 billion chaff particles
to create a radar picture taken in Arizona in 1997. DOD officials
stated that it is improbable that such a large chaff deployment
occurred outside of combat and is unlikely to occur in any future DOD
training events. Figure 2 shows a 1997 NWS weather radar image of
chaff over Southern Arizona. NOAA also provided pictures taken since
1993 in many other parts of the country and showing radar images of

According to Army chaff program officials, chaff on the ground can be stirred
up by vehicles and can thus interfere with friendly airborne radar

——————————————————– Letter :4.2.3
Chaff can disrupt electrical power and directly affect electrical
equipment. San Diego Gas and Electric Company and Navy officials
have identified two instances in which chaff caused power outages in
1985. In the first case, chaff accidently blown over San Diego,
California, during a Navy exercise 75 to 200 miles from the coast
affected power to 65,000 customers and disrupted air traffic control.

———————————————————- Letter :5.2
Initiatives between DOD and Department of Interior agencies are
helping to identify and minimize the effects of chaff on public
lands. The Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the Bureau of Land
Management (BLM) have signed agreements with individual military
services to control chaff use over wildlife refuges, Native
Americans’ reservations, and public lands near military training
grounds. Examples include agreements signed November 21, 1994, for
the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge near Luke Air Force Base,
Arizona; signed December 22, 1997, for the Desert National Wildlife
Refuge near Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada; and signed June 11, 1998,
for the public lands near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Many
military installations have local procedures to restrict the use of
chaff near environmentally sensitive areas or population centers. In
1997, BLM set up a committee composed of representatives from the
military services and civilian agencies to explore, among other
issues, establishing a policy on dropping chaff over public lands,
where it may be considered litter. The Navy said it has entered into
three limited agreements to restrict chaff use over wildlife refuges
and public lands because of concern over possible impacts on
sensitive species.


One suggests
long-term studies to monitor chaff accumulation on water bodies in
high-use areas and the effects on animals using those water bodies.
Another states that consideration could be given to monitoring
programs for highly sensitive environments subjected to repeated
chaff releases and conducting bioassay tests to further assess the
toxicity of chaff to aquatic organisms. The final report noted that
in some cases it might be appropriate to analyze the potential for
impacts to highly sensitive aquatic habitats that support threatened
and endangered species in areas underlying airspace where chaff is
proposed for use.

Just who is looking after us in our Federal, State, or local government, and in the media?


Two of BP’s most senior directors have taken bonus payments for their work in the year of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill… Byron Grote, finance director, and Iain Conn, head of downstream, had their £800,000 and £724,000 salaries and benefits topped up with rewards of £380,000 and £310,500 respectively.


Two of BP’s most senior directors have taken bonus payments for their work in the year of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, although new chief executive Bob Dudley waived his reward.

www.sovereignindependent.comUSDA senior scientist sends “emergency” warning to US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on a new plant pathogen in Roundup Ready GM soybean and corn that may be responsible for high rates of infertility and spontaneous abortions in livestock.





One of the latest variations of the same ol’ political themes:

Rahm Emanuel: Dirty Politics, Blackmail, Murder and Gay Sex?



Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US — Wayne Madsen Reports how Rahm Emanuel and Obama came to power.

http://RTR.org | http://RealityReport.TV |

  • Who is Rahm Emanuel?
  • How did he get into politics?
  • The Emanuel family; just how powerful are they?
  • What influence do they have on lobbying, and power politics?
  • His workings with the Chicago Democratic Machine, how did he get started, is there a shady past he is trying to hide?
  • Is Rahm being blackmailed because of his past with Obama on Chicago’s North Side?
  • The Blago trial; why was he and others never questioned about Obama, Valerie Jarret, and Jesse Jackson Jr. What role did he play in the attempt to bring the Olympics to Chicago?
  • What is the connection to key players in Chicago and Washington DC winding up dead?
  • Are there secret video tapes waiting to surface?
  • If he is Mayor, what will the city of Chicago look like? Could he become another Rudy Giuliani? In this exclusive Special Investigation the Reality Report goes deep and digs up the dirt that no Chicago media outlet would dare to report. This is a must see expose for anyone who has questions about Rahm Emanuel but just didn’t know who to ask.

Investigators: Julio Rausseo and Wayne Madsen

Producer: Gary Franchi


A meteor that changes direction???



The new human – Hybrid, Hard to Kill Super Soldiers??



William Pawelec Interview 1 of 4



Bases 7 Britain’s Project Monarch



Rise of the Super Soldierspt 1 of 7

Steve Quayle + Russ Dizdar



Duncan O’Finioan



Complete version Twins Madness In The Fast Lane 1 of 4



Traffic Cops – Twins Madness In The Fast Lane 4 parts

1 2 3 4

In 2008, BBC cameras filmed two Swedish sisters throwing themselves into traffic on the M6. When it was shown on BBC One, nearly 7 million viewers were glued to their screens, and millions more watched it later on YouTube.

The footage was shocking. One previewer wrote “On no account miss this documentary. It opens with what is perhaps the most extraordinary footage I’ve seen on TV”.

But this amazing footage was only part of an even more incredible story, one which could not be told at the time for legal reasons.

Now, two years later, this documentary reveals the full story of the hours just before the cameras captured that motorway footage, and the even more chilling story of what happened over next 72 hours, which left one of the sisters fleeing the scene of a crime, after she had stabbed a man through the chest.

Those who were at the centre of this fascinating legal case, including the police and Crown prosecution service, reveal the complex issues involved in both bringing charges and taking this disturbing case to trial.

A leading criminal psychiatrist, Dr. Nigel Eastman, explains the difficulties the judicial system has in achieving justice and deciding punishment when dealing with mental illness.


Flying girl in Russia



Infowars’ Jason Bermas on Zeitgeist & more: Vinny Eastwood – 26/1/11 3/3

Jason Bermas on how he woke up and critiques Zeitgeist



Boy Without a Cerebellum Baffles Doctors

Feb 12, 2011


Pentagon’s Tiny New Spy Drone Mimics Hummingbird

Feb 18, 2011


Alan Watts – fear of enlightenment



Coast To Coast AM – 10.2.2011 – 1/12 – Multiverse & Parallel Worlds



NASA: New Massive Planet


Singularity: Kurzweil on 2045, When Humans, Machines Merge

By LEV GROSSMAN Lev Grossman

On Feb. 15, 1965, a diffident but self-possessed high school student named Raymond Kurzweil appeared as a guest on a game show called I’ve Got a Secret. He was introduced by the host, Steve Allen, then he played a short musical composition on a piano. The idea was that Kurzweil was hiding an unusual fact and the panelists – they included a comedian and a former Miss America – had to guess what it was.

On the show (see the clip on YouTube), the beauty queen did a good job of grilling Kurzweil, but the comedian got the win: the music was composed by a computer. Kurzweil got $200. (See TIME’s photo-essay “Cyberdyne’s Real Robot.”)

Kurzweil then demonstrated the computer, which he built himself – a desk-size affair with loudly clacking relays, hooked up to a typewriter. The panelists were pretty blasÉ about it; they were more impressed by Kurzweil’s age than by anything he’d actually done. They were ready to move on to Mrs. Chester Loney of Rough and Ready, Calif., whose secret was that she’d been President Lyndon Johnson’s first-grade teacher.


Another Hollow Earth Entrance. It’s hard to find some of these things because everything is “painted”.





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Try in High Quality


Woman Vows to Marry a Corporation in Protest of Corrupt Supreme Court Ruling, Citizens United v. FCC

Veterans Today

Sarah “echo” Steiner held a press conference last Saturday to announce her upcoming wedding. She hasn’t picked a groom yet, but she’s hoping a month-long, exhaustive search will help her find the perfect suitor.

Eric Barton in the Broward-Palm Beach New Times

Her ideal candidate will aim to do no harm, have lots of employees, and be exorbitantly wealthy. “Of course, I’m looking for someone well endowed,” she explains, “and with staying power.”

The ideal spouse will also be registered with local and state governments as a business. Steiner, you see, is trying to be perhaps the first person in history to marry a corporation.


“The inquiry “Who am I?” is the principal means to the removal of all

misery and the attainment of the supreme bliss.” -Ramana Maharshi-


Gregg Braden Debunked