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Aluminum 280μg/L, iron 400μg/L, titanium 9.8μg/L & barium 19μg/L in San Francisco rain

Aluminum 280μg/L, iron 400μg/L, titanium 9.8μg/L & barium 19μg/L in San Francisco rain

September 11, 2017

Titanium was found at almost 20 times reporting limits in San Francisco rain. Aluminum clocked in at 280μg/L (5.6x reporting limits), iron at 400μg/L (20x RL) and barium nearly four times reporting limits (19μg/L).

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SSU-051 – Afreekan Southwell 2018-09-29

SSU-051 – Afreekan Southwell 2018-09-29

September 30, 2018

In my third interview with Afreekan Southwell, broadcast on the Virgin Islands’ People’s Station, WSTA1340, September 29, 2018, I talked about the weaponization of our weather. Our talk covered last year’s multiple Category 5 hurricanes in the Carribean, the “new normal” of extreme weather events, an unprecedented fire season in the western USA, earthquakes, floods … Read More

SSU-050 – Chemtrails & Alzheimer’s – Chris Exley PhD

SSU-050 – Chemtrails & Alzheimer’s – Chris Exley PhD

July 31, 2018

The world’s leading expert on aluminum toxicity said it would be “catastrophically stupid” to spray the skies with alumina nanoparticles, as geoengineer David Keith plans to do over Tuscon this year.

Professor Chris Exley PhD, group leader of the Bioinorganic Chemistry Laboratory at Keele University, UK, has studied aluminum toxicity for 34 years; how it causes Alzheimer’s disease and what we can do to protect ourseves from it.

Pyrocumulus over Carr Fire

Pyrocumulus over Carr Fire

July 27, 2018

A pyrocumulus cloud, one of the new varieties announced by the World Meteorological Organization on 3/22 last year, rose out of the massive Carr Fire July 26th as it jumped the Sacramento river and spread into west Redding, California. In this video, I show the animation of it’s growth from the GOES-16 geostationary satellite on … Read More

African shenanigans

African shenanigans

June 15, 2018

I’ve been paying attention to sharply carved “cloud” banks for some time and noticed that in south east Africa (Mozambique) they precede widespread coverage with “popcorn” clouds. The same phenomenon has been happening for several days, between the overpass of the Terra Modis satellite and the Aqua/Suomi satellites hours later.