Metals below reporting limits in Chiloquin snow

Dispelling disinfo claims that high metal levels are normal in rainfall, none were found above reporting levels in Chiloquin snow November 30th, 2016. Continue reading “Metals below reporting limits in Chiloquin snow”

Rain analysis matches geoengineering proposal – again

For the second time in two weeks, rainwater collected in Chiloquin, OR, October 24th tested positive for all four metals proposed to be sprayed on us by geoengineer, David Keith Continue reading “Rain analysis matches geoengineering proposal – again”

Aluminum 4x reporting limits in Sacramento rain

Rainwater collected by William Abrams October 14th, 2016 in Sacramento, CA, tested positive for aluminum at 200μg/L – four times reporting limits.

Here’s a pdf of the full report.

If you’ve had your rainwater analyzed, please send the results to me and I’ll publish them.

Here’s a tutorial on how to do it:

Rain analysis matches geoengineering proposal

Rainwater collected in Chiloquin, OR, tested positive for all four metals proposed to be sprayed by geoengineer David Keith – aluminum (84μg/L), barium (6.3μg/L), titanium (3.7μg/L) and iron (57μg/L). This follows news that human brains are saturated with nano-magnetite, also proposed to be sprayed by Dr. Keith. Continue reading “Rain analysis matches geoengineering proposal”

Aluminum 460μg/L, titanium 46x reporting levels in Chiloquin rain. Lead & arsenic also found.

Rainwater collected in Chiloquin, OR on September 22th, 2016 tested positive for aluminum at 460μg/L, arsenic at 1.4μg/L barium at 34μg/L, lead at 5.8μg/L, strontium at 20μg/L and titanium at 23μg/L – 46 times reporting limits. Continue reading “Aluminum 460μg/L, titanium 46x reporting levels in Chiloquin rain. Lead & arsenic also found.”

Titanium 3x reporting limits in Chiloquin rain

Titanium was found at three times reporting limits in rain collected May 30, 2107 in Chiloquin, OR. iron was also above reporting limits.

Titanium was measured at 1.5μg/L (RL 0.5μg/L), iron at 29μg/L (RL 20μg/L), while aluminum, barium & strontium were below reporting limits at 33μg/L (RL 50μg/L), 2.2μg/L (RL 5μg/L) and 2.8μg/L (RL 20μg/L) respectively.

Here’s a link to a pdf of the full report:- 2017-05-30-OR

Aluminum 4700μg/L, barium 64μg/L & strontium 44μg/L in Sacramento rain

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

Aluminum 230μg/L, barium 92μg/L in Phoenix rain

That Phoenix, AZ gets heavily sprayed is no surprise to anyone who lives there and looks up, but here’s yet more proof: 230 micrograms per liter of aluminum per liter in the rain falling on the city April 10th, with barium at 92μg/L.

This was sent to me by someone who wants to help expose this crime, but prefers to remain anonymous. One of the things I retained from my newspaper reporter years is that you protect your sources. Please send me your rain analysis reports; I can remove all identifying info if you’d prefer it that way.

Aluminum 52μg/L, barium 17μg/L & titanium 2.1μg/L in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on April 8th, 2016 tested positive for aluminum at 52μg/L, barium at 17μg/L and titanium at 2.1μg/L. Cadmium and strontium were at levels below reporting limits.

Here’s the pdf of the full report:2016-04-08

Strontium 66μg/L, barium 14μg/L in Sierra snowmelt

I collected snow melt from a mountain stream in Strawberry, CA, 5,325 feet above sea level on April 4th, 2016. When I sent it for analysis, it came back with strontium at 66μg/L and barium at 14μg/L. Other metals were below reporting limits.

Here’s a link to the full pdf of the report: 2016-4-4

And here’s the mountain stream I got the sample from:-
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Aluminum 310μg/L in Forest Hill, CA rain, 6x reporting limits.

Aluminum was measured at 310μg/L in Forest Hill, CA rainwater on 3-30-16, six times over the reporting limit of 50μg/L. Barium was at 5.5μg/L and lead at 1.9μg/L, almost 4x reporting limits. I have the full report on file, but the sender prefers to remain anonymous. Got a rain, hair, bark, blood, whatever test? Contact me through this form. I’m a bit backlogged, but I’ll get them up when I can.

Aluminum 540μg/L, barium 39μg/L & strontium 39μg/L in SF rain

Aluminum clocked in at an astonishing 540μg/L in rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 19th, 2016. Barium was also present at 39μg/L and strontium at 27μg/L.

Here’s the pdf of the full report:2016-03-19