Aluminum was found at almost 100 times reporting limits – an astonishing 4,700μg/L – in Sacramento rain collected May 5th, 2016.

Lisa DeFinis writes “This sample was collected on 5/5/16 at approximately 10AM in Sacramento, CA, by the airport. We had just suffered 2 days of extremely heavy spraying and it was raining and hailing at the time. I collected it in a sterile cup that I had purchased for this.”

Barium was over three times the reporting limit (64μg/L) while strontium was more than double its reporting limit (44μg/L).

Thank you Lisa. If anyone else has noteworthy rain/snow/whatever analyses, please send them to me. If you’d prefer to be anonymous, I can take your name and/or address off it, but I feel it’s best to be open. We have nothing to hide – it’s the other team who conceal, mislead and outright lie. Ours is the side of truth, and I’m happy to be able to say yes, I want clean fresh air untainted by their evil crap.

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Lisa's water

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