Titanium double reporting limits in Oregon snow

Titanium was more than double reporting levels in snow collected November 27th, 2016 in Chiloquin, OR.

The metal, used in geoengineering, was measured at 1.2μg/L (reporting limit 0.5μg/L). Aluminum, barium, strontium and iron were below reporting levels. Shills can’t explain the massive variability in these results.

Here’s a pdf of the full report.

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