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Copyright (C) 2012 Etienne Robillard

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Contents

Abstract

Chemtrails is a recent phenomenon I started to observe around 2009.

At this time I had very little knowledge about geoengineering or even basic chemistry. I then started to familiarize myself with such phenomenons as they began to occupy further lines of dissipated white lines across unaffected clouds. I then further observed the phenomenon, and noted down the dates of such "phenomenons" taking guess on their physical attributes and noticed they were from man-operated aircrafts or some kind of cloaked aerial origin. (geoengineering, synthetic biology)

WW2 (World war 2) was for me a couple of popular American movie scenes including films and other things dealing with Jews being intoxicated with poisonous gas in concentration camps. I was not very interested in them and neither in the chemotherapy eugenic "science" which resulted in thousands of deaths. (chemotherapy)

Synopsis

Welcome to the chemtrails scientific notebook version 1.0! The main goal and objective of this wiki is to inform and educate the reader to the inherent ethical and scientific issues with aerosol-based spraying over domestic populations. Moreover, key evidences are put together to develop a theory about the implications of synthetic biology in the so-called geoengineering program and in particular for denying its existence to the general public.

Credits

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History

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Preliminary Results and Dataset

Hard evidences tying synthetic biology to the rogue and repeated chemical warfare (CW) spraying operations over domestic populations were found and analyzed. So far our observations provides empirical data to demonstrate a clear and directed relationship between each components of a orthogonal biological circuit to induce horizontal genetic modifications (HGT) in unaware human populations using exogenous enzymatic reactions at the cellular level.

Synthetic deoxyoligonucleotide assembly using enantioselective phosphoramidites (cDNA/DNA/RNA polymerase II)

cDNA synthesis using deoxynucleoside phosphoramidite derived reagents

The use of benzilic-like reagents (benzaldehyde, benzoic acid) and 1 2-cyanoethyl group (acetonitrile) are in addition believed to be employed as organocatalysts (phosphotransferase) to increase the effectiveness of the administred compound or drug, and facilitate inter-species gene transfer using the LacZ operon (b-galactosidase) and activate high-throughput RNA transcription. (RNA type-II polymerase)

Quotes by topic

Deceit and disinformation:

  • "During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." -- George Orwell (1984)

Duty:

  • "We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender." -- Winston Churchill
  • "We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men." -- George Orwell
  • "It is no use saying, 'We are doing our best.' You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary." -- Winston Churchill

Courage:

Science:

  • "A central lesson of science is that to understand complex issues (or even simple ones), we must try to free our minds of dogma and to guarantee the freedom to publish, to contradict, and to experiment. Arguments from authority are unacceptable." -- Carl Sagan

Resources

  • Agent E.coli:
    • Agent Ecoli:Introduction to Agent E.coli : A mutant lifeform (genome) designed to restate and reaffirm your insanity of living emprisonated into a creed of lies in exchange of your liberty, consciousness, and love for yourself.
    • Agent Ecoli:PhosphohistidineTransferaseComponent : a recombinant DNA-protein ligase is not unbreakable per se and can be degraded with phosphorus-degrading enzymes in a catalytic process known as N-methyl nucleosidase synthesis. The Phosphohistidine transferase enzyme (2.7.13.3) is activated from dual-input inducible promoters forming DNA acid with phosphorus-bound nucleosides, namely ATP (Adenosine 5'-triphosphate) and cAMP (CRP). So to break a synthetic ATP ligand, one must perhaps first break the chiral P-N bond to create energy (ATP) for the brain and allow CNP to participate in the phosphorus degradation.
    • Agent Ecoli:PhotoreceptorComponent : The photoreceptor component of Agent E. coli (Agent Cocaine) may be closely associated to the mAChr receptor, a neurotransmitter with high-affinity for acetylcholinesterase inhibition found in many toxic nerve agents used for chemical warfare, which are blocking the mAchr receptor to phosphorylate, thus producing plaques of b-amyloids toxic aggregates in the hippocampus and amygdala regions, short-circuiting your consciousness to express feelings and emotions apart when asking you to resolve 2+2=5.
    • Agent Ecoli:Plasmid cloning vectors for gene therapy with phosphohistidine based oligos
    • Agent Ecoli:ForensicEvidencesChart: Current synthesis and results triage project
  • Miscellanous:
    • NK603 : Eugenics now in gene form!
    • HEK 293 : Are Human Embryonic Kidney cells lineage a hazard for your health ?

See also

Biology:

Synthetic Biology:

Peoples:

Wikipedia:

Recent news:



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My dear friend, how would you be such a clever scientist without spraying unaware citizens in the wild? The device you designed at school would not even operate properly...