From the July 2000 Idaho Observer:

Surf if you are in denial of contrails

People from all over the world have been reporting what have been dubbed contrails or chem trails -- white and gray exhaust-looking things from airplanes that do not dissipate normally but spread out and eventually cover even clear blue skies. Although the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is contemplating the passage of clean air standards that regulate exhaust levels from gas powered lawn mowers, several people who have called the federal agency with regard to contrails report that it has no interest in the matter. Other government agencies, members of Congress and the dominant media commonly dismiss contrails as being nothing more than conspiracy theorist paranoia. There are currently over 600 websites which post contail information. Incidence of upper respiratory distress and other physical complications seem to coincide with contrail events. Even though there have been no official sources that will confirm or deny a program that is “spraying” the public with chemicals emitted through the exhaust of airplanes, they seem to be interested in what is being reported through these websites.

Following is a list of entities that have made hits on contrail info websites. The list was generated by Charles Warren at: http://www.contrailconnection.htm

The Big Brass

The Pentagon

United States Army

United States Air Force

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Central Intelligence Agency

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Space and Missile Defense Command

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division

United States Coast Guard

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center

NASA Langley Research Center, Dr. Patrick Minnis

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site USDE

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command

Department of Defense Computer Emergency Response Team

Department of Defense Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station

United States Defense Logistics Agency

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

US Army Space and Missile Defense Command

Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport

U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command

NASA Ames Research Center

NASA Langley Research Center

U.S. Treasury Department

Air University Official U.S. Government System USAF

Air Force Com~at Climatology Center

U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA

U.S Department of Justice

Camp Pendleton, US. Marine Corps

Department of Defense Computer System

Space and Missile Systems Center Los Angeles Air Force Base

Defense Security Service

NOAA Aeronomy Lab

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

U.S. military Installations With Spraying Capabilities

Andrews AFB

Fort Lewis (1st Special Forces Group Airborne)

Davis-Monthan AFB (Tucson)

Langley AFB

Randolph AFB

Eielson AFB

Warren AFS

Dover AFB

McGuire AFB

Hill AFB

Minot AFB

Belling AFB

Keesler AFB

Air Force Reserve Command

McConnell AFB

Hickam AFB

Tinker AFB

Andersen AFB

Osan AFB

Misawa AFB

Scott AFB

McClellan AFB

Hill AFB (Air Force Material Command base, Northern Utah)

Nellis AFB

Wright-Patterson AFB (Aeronautical Systems Center )

Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan

United States Navy and Army Medical Departments

Air National Guard, Salt Lake city


The U.S. Senate

General Accounting Office

Defense Contractors

Lockheed Martin Corporation (Aviation and Space Defense Contractors)

Boeing Company

Marconi Aerospace Systems Inc.

Monsanto Company

Alliant Techsystems

Raytheon (involved in HAARP project)

Rockwell Collins

Allied Signal Corporation



Teledyne Brown Engineering

McDonnell Douglas ~UK)


Research Triangle Institute

The University of Illinois at Urbane-Champaign

University of Alaska -- heavily involved with the HAARP project Southern Oregon University (biology department) The Space Dynamics Laboratory (Utah State University's Research Foundation) University of Colorado Health Sciences Center - The Naval Research Laboratory Desert Research Institute in Navada (weather modification)

Ames Research Center

Sunstrand Aerospace

Applied Physics Laboratory (Johns Hopkins)

Pharmaceutical Companies

Allergen Pharmaceutical Corporation



Bristol Myers Squibb

Integrated Corporations

ARCO Chemical Corporation (HAARP program)

Trans World Airlines (possible CIA proprietary)

Turner Entertainment Group (CIA ties)

Marathon Oil Company

Non-military Federal Agencies or Departments

U.S. General Services Administration

United States Environmental Protection Agency

U. S. Department of Agriculture

The Federal Energy Technology Center - U. S. Department of Energy

Department of Energy's Yucca Mountain Site Federal Aviation Administration

British-Canadian Government-Military agencies.

Ontario Canada Government

Royal Air Force /Great Britain

Mental Health

The New York Office Of Mental Health

State of Texas DHS (Department of Human Services)

Note: This is a very interesting interested party. Since WWII, the U.S. and British government have conducted mental health surveys to discover how people react to air attacks and other wartime stresses. The first assessment, conducted during WWII, was called the Strategic Bombing Survey.

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