Rainwater collected in Chiloquin, Oregon, tested positive for all four metals proposed to be sprayed by goengineer, David Keith.
NELAP certified laboratory McCampbell Analytical found aluminum at 33μg/L, barium at 2.2μg/L, iron at 29μg/L and titanium at 1.5μg/L. Strontium was also found at 2.8μg/L. This result is an order of magnitide less than others I have found – at the same source, with the same methods and the same variables.
In his 2010 paper, “Photophoretic levitation of engineered aerosols for geoengineering,” Keith (@DKeithClimate) proposes spraying us with engineered nano-discs made of aluminum, barium, titanium and iron – all four metals were present in the rain samples collected 10-13-16 and 10-24-16.
(These tests cost money – please consider helping cover my costs.)
Here’s a diagram of Dr. Keith’s toxic nano-discs:
And here he is avoiding questions of aluminum toxicity: