Thursday, October 27, 2011

Kaua`i Sky

HI Kaua'i Sky,

Here are a few interesting links that maybe you have not seen before and that I wanted to pass along.

Thank you and keep up the good work! BTW we often have chemtrail days here in Washington DC. This past Sunday (10/23/2011) we woke up to a beautiful sunny morning and then the planes started coming and the sky turned white. = January 2004 Article in the German Magazine Raum+Zeit (Space and Time). = "Points to Ponder: The Great Riddle: Greenpeace and the Chemtrail Question." = chemtrail x on radar feeding storm (3/4/2011) = chemtrails feeding storm (4/21/11) = chemtrails over Pacific (7/21/2011) = weather modification / cloud seeding  (2/4/2011) = Earth Quake at Mel Gibson's Island in Tonga (10/26/2011) = chemtrails over Ulaan Baatar (UB), Capital of Mongolia = chemtrails over Washington, DC

Effect of Navy chaff release on aluminum levels in an area of the Chesapeake Bay.


Naval Health Research Center Detachment (Toxicology), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio 45433-7903, USA.


The U.S. Navy uses aluminized glass chaff as a passive countermeasure for radar-guided threats to aircraft and surface ships. Over the last 25 years, several hundred thousand pounds of aluminized chaff have been released during flight operations over a training area on the Chesapeake Bay. There is concern that these releases have resulted in the accumulation of significant amounts of aluminum in the soil and sediment of this training area. This study compares the exchangeable and monomeric aluminum content of sediment within the affected area with that of samples taken from outside the training area. We found a less than twofold increase in the content of organic monomeric aluminum in samples taken from the affected area versus background samples, whereas inorganic monomeric aluminum concentrations within the affected area were significantly lower than background. These results suggest that chaff releases have not resulted in a significant accumulation of aluminum in this training area.

(c) 2002 Elsevier Science (USA).

[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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