Chemtrail Lab Test Results Are In...

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 04/04/2011 - 3:06pm.



Are Their Any Questions Now?...



Cadmium is 126x the toxic limit,

Chromium is 282x the toxic limit,

Nickel is 169x the toxic limit.

Aluminum is a stagg 6,400x the toxic limit,

Iron is 28,000x the toxic limit,

Magnesium is 5.3x the toxic limit,

Potassium is 793x the toxic limit,

Sodium is 15.9x the toxic limit

Barium is 278x the toxic limit,

Copper is 98x the toxic limit,

Manganese is a staggering
5,820x the toxic limit,

Zinc is 593x the toxic limit

Shocking Phoenix Air Quality Test Results (Backup file)


Chronic barium intoxication disrupts sulphated proteoglycan synthesis:
a hypothesis for the origins of multiple sclerosis.


Dr. Bertell (Ph.D., biometrics)
“I think they’re also a carrier for all kinds of biological and chemical warfare.”


JAMA Reports on long-term exposure to fine particulate air pollution.
CONCLUSION: Long-term exposure to combustion-related fine particulate air pollution is an important environmental risk factor for cardiopulmonary and lung cancer mortality.


American Medical Association says
“Particulate matter air pollution is especially harmful to people with lung disease such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, as well as people with heart disease.”


United States Environmental Protection Agency
says “scientific studies have linked particulate matter,… with a series of significant health problems, including: Premature death.” This article clearly states particulate matter is not good for you yet they say nothing about the aerosol operations which intentionally put particulate matter in our air.


It was discovered that Barium, Magnesium, Lead, Manganese, Aluminum, Iron, Sodium, and Specific Conductance (the ability of water to conduct a charge), were being found under unusual circumstances in our drinking water supplies.


Factsheet on: BARIUM— (source)


Global Survey Finds Asthma Deaths on the Rise
By William J. Kole Associated Press (source)


Particulate air pollution as a predictor of mortality in a prospective study of U.S. adults
U.S. National Library of Medicine (source)


Cardiovascular mortality and long-term exposure to particulate air pollution
U.S. National Library of Medicine (source)


An association between air pollution and mortality in six U.S. cities.
U.S. National Library of Medicine (source)

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 04/04/2011 - 3:06pm.