Monday, July 9, 2012

NOx anchoring, gamma alumina, and barium oxide!

Could chemtrails be a NOx-anchoring experiment on the part of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy?  No.  But it would make an excellent cover story.  Whatever the specific purpose of the substances being sprayed, the primary purpose of chemtrails is normalization.  [See post "(non)Local Hero, Vol. II"

"What In The World Are They Spraying?" claims that oxides of aluminum, barium and strontium have been found in air and rain samples due to chemtrail spraying.  [See post "Chemtrails:  A multifacted tyrannical frog-boiling agenda"]  Alumina and barium oxide have a NOx-anchoring effect...

Read here!

"Researchers used the world’s first 900-MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer to reveal the anchoring behavior." 


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