Aluminum 170μg/L, barium 19μg/L, manganese 12μg/L, strontium 30μg/L & titanium 5.5μg/L, in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 3rd, 2016 tested positive for aluminum at 170μg/L, barium at 19μg/L, manganese at 12μg/L, strontium at 30μg/L and titanium at 5.5μg/L.

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

Strontium 20μg/L, aluminum 19μg/L & barium 10μg/L in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on February 17th, 2016 tested positive for strontium at 20μg/L, aluminum at 19μg/L and barium at 10μg/L. Arsenic and manganese were not detected above reporting limits.

Here’s a pdf of the full report: 2016-02-17

Barium 9μg/L, titanium 2.1μg/L in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on November 9th, 2015 tested positive for barium at 9μg/L and titanium at 2.1μg/L. Neither aluminum nor strontium were found above reportable levels.

Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2015-11-09

Aluminum 15,430μg/L, barium 850μg/L in Perugia, Italy rainwater

Aluminum clocked in at an astonishing 15,430μg/L – 300x reporting limits – in rain collected in Italy last June, with barium at 850μg/L, the highest result I’ve ever seen. Unsurprisingly, Italy’s death rate shot up more than 11% last year. [Note: this Italian lab reports its results in milligrams per liter. There are 1,000 micrograms in a milligram.]

Marinella Giulietti writes:-

Dear Mr Roddie, I would like to send you here enclosed the results of the rain water analysis as well as the photo of the event relevant to June 19th, 2015. The sample was collected during a violent storm in a village near Perugia, in the centre of Italy. Unbelievable, isn’t it? Our local agency for the protection of the environment as well as the local administration were duly informed but they did not do anything. I do appreciate the indication of the reporting limit. We do not have it in Italy and it is very difficult for a citizen to have access to these official data.

Italy has been heavily under assault for nearly 7 years now and the situation is getting worse and worse. Last April 23 we organized a conference to make people aware of what is going on now. The task is very tough since awareness is becoming a “rare privilege”.
Our blog community is: www.facebook.com/ScieChimicheUmbriaItalia

Your comments will be welcomed.

Thanks for your kind attention.

Best Regards,

Marinella Giulietti

Here’s a photo of the toxic storm:
Deruta

And here’s the test result:-
italy results

And here’s the NASA satellite image of Italy the day of the storm:-
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