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).
These are the very metals geoengineer David Keith proposed spraying us with in his 2010 paper, “Photophoretic levitation of engineered aerosols for geoengineering.”
San Francisco was heavily sprayed September 11, 2017, as the time lapse below shows – skies were filled with wispy crud, EMF pulses and a barium revealing #incrediblyraresundog. The day finished with a thunderstorm in which the SF Bay Area was treated to thousands of lightning strikes. The rain sample was collected at the beginning of the storm in clean glass bowls placed on plastic sheeting and transferred to a lab-provided plastic sample bottle buffered with HNO3.
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