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Where Does Barium Come From?
Barium was first identified in 1774 by Carl Scheele and first extracted by Sir Humphrey Davy of England in 1808. Since then, different forms of barium have been widely used in the manufacture of countless products:
originally posted by: Petros312
I read through this thread, but I've lost my faith in discussions at ATS. It's not because of the harsh debate of "debunkers." Nobody seems to have enough courage to see the kind of evidence in films like "Shade," which are not being fabricated for anybody's entertainment. When a group of people in a select region of AZ just happen to find elevated levels of barium in their blood (the guy's experience of sudden respiratory illness actually matches my own), soil and rain water testing show increases in aluminum, barium, and strontium, you see officials ignore the evidence at the same time somebody like Bill Gates is advocating for population decline through a half-ass equation that's supposed to stop CO2 levels, etc., there is obviously something going on that is much easier to overlook than worry about.
Good luck underlings.
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: Blarneystoner
why dont you break the mould and post that elusive EVIDENCE of these alledged chemtrails