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).
Titanium was found at more than double reporting limits in rain collected June 8, 2017 in Chiloquin, OR.
Titanium was found above reporting levels in snow collected in Chiloquin, OR, May 12, 2017.
Titanium exceeded five times the reporting level in snow colleced in Chiloquin, OR, January 1, 2017.
Titanium was found at six times reporting limits in Oregon snow, while iron was three times over.
Titanium was found above reporting limits in snow collected in Chiloquin, OR, December 23, 2016. Other metals were below reporting limits.
No metals were found above reporting limits in snow collected December 15th, 2016, in Chiloquin Oregon. Shills argue that it’s normal to have high levels of these metals. If that’s the case, why is there such massive variability? A recent test revealed titanium at forty times reporting limits.
Calcium was found at 50% over reporting limits (150μg/L) in snow collected December 8th, 2016. Other metals were below reporting limits.
Massive amounts of the toxic metals proposed to be sprayed on us by geoengineer David Keith were found in Chiloquin rainwater one day after intense spraying filled the skies over the southern Oregon city.
Dispelling disinfo claims that high metal levels are normal in rainfall, none were found above reporting levels in Chiloquin snow November 30th, 2016.