Thursday, July 8, 2010

Chem Trails

view video on chem trails: click here

Chem trail naysayers ask: why wouldn't "they" spray at night, or
if this stuff is harmful, why spray it on themselves?

Potential answers: maybe the stuff that is being sprayed is photo
active, therefore must be done during daylight hours. Maybe "they"
take antigens to combat negative effects.

Vapor trails will disappear in a minute or two, while chem trails last for hours.

"Here are photos I took of the document showing the US NAVY's PATENT on the very apparatus that they said WAS A CONSPIRACY - Here's pictures of the US PATENT on machines installed into aircraft to purposefully dump millions of tons of heavy metals on every country that is now killing our native wildlife, Birds are dropping out of the sky, Bees have disappeared, and people are getting sicker."

"Titanium dioxide is found in almost every sunscreen with a physical blocker because of its high refractive index, its strong UV light absorbing capabilities and its resistance to discolouration under ultraviolet light. This advantage enhances its stability and ability to protect the skin from ultraviolet light. Sunscreens designed for infants or people with sensitive skin are often based on titanium dioxide and/or zinc oxide, as these mineral UV blockers are believed to cause less skin irritation than chemical UV absorber ingredients. The titanium dioxide particles used in sunscreens have to be coated with silica or alumina, because titanium dioxide creates radicals in the photocatalytic reaction. These radicals are carcinogenic, and could damage the skin."

DuPont to Construct TiO2 Plant in China

DuPont and the city of Dongying, China, signed a project agreement in late November for the construction of a titanium dioxide (TiO2) plant, which represents a $1 billion investment by DuPont into the city. Titanium dioxide is a white pigment widely used in the plastics, coatings, and paper industries. The sum of $1 billion includes an initial DuPont investment, integrated suppliers to the plant and facilities installed by the city, and expansion plans. The plant, to be wholly owned by DuPont, is expected to be complete by 2010 and have an initial annual capacity of about 200,000 tons of TiO2. DuPont’s investment into the TiO2 plant represents the largest single investment it has made outside the United States.

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