Posted: 15 October 2015
Some people thought CAR-301,060 is aspartame. No, its not. The man who tested aspartame said they just tested it under that name. Perhaps they didn't want anyone to know they were testing it. But I thought it might be a way of getting the studies if we knew what to ask for. That's why I put an identification of what CAR-301,060 is reported to be.
Many informants have come forward with additional proof that aspartame is a biochemical warfare weapon. Pat Thomas wrote in the Ecologist: "Once upon a time, aspartame was listed by the Pentagon as a biochemical warfare agent. Today it's an integral part of the modern diet. Sold commercially under names like NutraSweet and Canderel.” http://www.mpwhi.com/ecologist_september_2005.pdf
Alex Constantine authored the article "NutraPoison" - http://www.dorway.com/nutrapoison1.html and http://www.dorway.com/nutrapoison2.html He stated "Aspartame is an rDNA derivative, a combination of two amino acids (long supplied by a pair of Maryland biotechnology firms: Genex Corp. of Rockville and Purification Engineering in Baltimore.)3 The Pentagon once listed it in an inventory of prospective biochemical warfare weapons submitted to Congress. But instead of poisoning enemy populations, the "food additive" is currently marketed as a sweetening agent in some 1200 food products. (Martini: Now in over 14,000 products.)
"In light of the chemo-warfare implications, the pasts of G.D. Searle and aspartame are ominous. Established in 1888 on the north side of Chicago, G.D. Searle has long been a fixture of the medical establishment. The company manufactures everything from prescription drugs to nuclear imaging optical equipment." "NutraPoison" - http://www.dorway.com/nutrapoison1.html And http://www.dorway.com/nutrapoison2.html
Just recently a woman, Priscilla, called because she had a colonoscopy. She began to experience all kinds of problems and decided to research what was given to her for the test. It turned out the drink had aspartame in it, and after researching aspartame knew why she had the problems. She said she doesn't drink Diet Coke but found some cans and took them back to the store.
As Priscilla checked out she struck up a conversation with a woman who said: "My husband worked at Fort Detrick when they did studies on aspartame as a biochemical warfare weapon. The studies were bad." She went on to say the reason you could not find the records is because it was not studied as aspartame but rather CAR-301,060.
Here is more information on CAR-301,060 from the net:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Systematic ( IUPAC) name
Formula C21 H29 N O3
Molecular mass343.459 g/mol
CAR-301,060 (also known as cis-2-Methyl-3-quinuclidinylphenylcyclopentylglycolate or just by its code number 301060) is a potent and long lasting anticholinergic deliriant drug, related to the chemical warfare agent 3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate (QNB). It was developed under contract to Edgewood Arsenal during the 1960s as part of the US military chemical weapons program, during research to improve upon the properties of earlier agents such as QNB.
CAR-301,060 was found to be slightly less potent than QNB, and with around the same duration of action, but with a very high central to peripheral effects ratio.  
Chronic aspartame affects T-maze performance, brain ...
National Center for Biotechnology Information
by B Christian - 2004 - Cited by 46 - Related articles
Chronic aspartame affects T-maze performance, brain cholinergic receptors and Na+ ...Using [(3)H]quinuclidinyl benzilate (QNB) (1 nM) to label muscarinic
Aspartame is an hallucinating product and Dr. Bill Deagle has written about it in the past. http://www.whale.to/b/deagle_asp.html
We had been looking under the name aspartame or its components. With this added information we can do more research.
Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Founder, Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Aspartame Toxicity Center: http://www.holisticmed.com/aspartame