By Louise Mccoy
Chemtrails are "chemtrails," or condensations left behind by airplanes, but some believe that these contrails are chemical tracks that are deliberately sprayed by airplanes for unknown reasons.
Meanwhile in the United States there is concern about the growing number of patients with neurodegenerative problems.
The number of Alzheimer's patients grew from 4.5 million in 2000 to 5.4 million in 2012. One in eight people 65 years of age or older suffers from this disease. An annual increase seems inevitable due to the aging of the population, but environmental factors also play an important role.
The article called "Chemtrails, Nano-aluminum and neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental effects," published by Dr. Russell Blaylock, in the National Health Federation magazine, "Health Freedom News," warns against one of the dangerous effects of the environment: chemtrails.
Blaylock, who retired from neurosurgery, to research, write and teach, began noticing chemtrails a few years ago and wrote: "It is particularly disturbing that there are now many, dozens that cover the skies every day."
Chemtrails are made up of aerosols, which are generally sprayed by passengerless jets. What at first looks like stelae, becomes ribbons of clouds that spread out, making the sky look cloudy. Contains toxic and biological substances.
Blaylock focuses his attention on the aluminum nanoparticles as mentioned in Part 2 of the article "Chemtrails on Las Vegas" published on August 26, 2005 in the Las Vegas Tribune.
Governments do not acknowledge the existence of chemtrails, nor do they acknowledge that they are a threat, but their existence is occasionally featured in the media. Los Angeles, California, KNBC television station hosted “Toxic Skies” with Paul Moyer and a report of illness in children and the record amounts of barium and aluminum in the water supply immediately after the chemtrails were seen above San Bernardino, California.
In August 2005 the Las Vegas Tribune published a two-part report on chemtrails, chemtrails, the disease they caused, and antecedents from other sources. The Las Vegas Tribune report says that on the US Air Force website they call chemtrails "chemtrail hoax", but scientists working at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio confirmed to the Columbus Alive newspaper, in Ohio, that they were involved in air spray experiments.
One of them involved global warming aluminum oxide spraying or fumigation and barium stearate spraying, which had to do with high-tech military communications.
People who noticed health problems, cattle or crop die-offs, simultaneously with the appearance of chemtrails, investigated on their own, analyzing their blood, soil, water and atmosphere to compare them with published norms. A compendium of both anecdotal and documented reports is online at "Strange Days, Strange Skies."
The documentary film What are they spraying? It was produced by G. Edward Griffin, Michael Murphy, and Paul Wittenberger. It shows the impact chemtrails have on the environment. For example, the snow on Mount Shasta typically had seven parts per billion (ppb) of aluminum, but in the past four to five years it increased to 61,000 ppb.
The soil in Northern California is becoming alkaline, altering the root system of trees. Farmers say the plants are no longer growing in Hawaii. Fishermen find fewer insects for fish, and these are some of the examples from the documentaries.
True to his specialty, Blaylock chooses to write about the neuro-toxin nano-aluminum, one of the main ingredients in today's chemtrails. He says in his article that “studies show that these particles pass through the olfactory tracts that connect directly to the area of the brain that is not only the most affected in Alzheimer's disease, but is the first affected in the course of this disease".
Aluminum nanoparticles are also easily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract in contrast to aluminum particles that are usually not absorbed. Due to their small size, nanoparticles can cross the blood-brain barrier, penetrate cell membranes, and disrupt mitochondria.
Nano-particles can accumulate in the bone marrow, spleen, lymph nodes, and heart, as reported in the article "Nano-particles manufactured from aluminum oxide decrease the binding of proteins in the vasculature of the brain." , published in the journal of Pharmacology, Neuroimmune in December 2008. When inhaled, they inflame the lungs causing asthma and other lung diseases.
In his article, Blaylock predicts an "explosive increase in neurodegenerative diseases affecting adults and the elderly at an unprecedented rate as well as developmental disorders in our children," if these cloud projects are not stopped.
The danger to our children is greater because they are more outdoors, they are smaller, and not fully developed. Some of the tips on the Stop Spraying California website say that it is best to be indoors on chemtrail spray days. It is also advisable to drink more water, and eat ice cream.
Chelating foods, which wash toxic metals out of our systems, such as chlorella algae and coriander can help. And also remember to keep the immune system in top condition.
The Epoch Times