posted on Jun, 6 2019 @ 11:20 AM
a reply to: Peeple
OK, got it translated. This excerpt is from that translation and the only mention of aluminum that was there:
So far, Keith has only cooled the temperatures by simulation on the computer. For the year 2018, he has announced that he will now be using his
method in practice: For this purpose, he wants to raise a balloon that sprays particles such as sulfur dioxide, aluminum or calcium carbonate at a
height of around 25
What they're talking about is using particles in place of large mirrors to reflect solar heating, essentially duplicating the effect of a volcanic
winter effect. After a large volcanic eruption, the temperature of the planet can cool by a measurable amount since the pollution from the volcano
blocks the sun out. I do not agree with this proposal. The very fact that they are using known pollutants to try and mitigate the supposed effects of
carbon dioxide is likely the most ludicrous thing I have heard in my lifetime come out of supposed science, and perfectly illustrates why all the
concern over carbon dioxide is actually worsening our effect on the planet.
Sulfur dioxide is the very chemical that causes acid rain! It's the reason why early catalytic converters would smell like rotten eggs when they
stopped up. That sulfur dioxide that people would smell was getting into the atmosphere and through a couple of simple conversions becoming sulfuric
acid. Rainwater would then wash it out of the air and kill any plant life under it. The acidification of the oceans that is being blamed on carbon
dioxide is actually more likely to be coming from sulfur dioxide, because ships until just a short time back were burning high-sulfur fuels; there
were no international fuel standards. Even today, I think they use relatively high-sulfur fuels compared to what automobiles are required to use.
Aluminum, as I said before, is an extremely toxic metal in its elemental form. Soft drink cans are not a problem because aluminum, being so reactive,
immediately forms a coating of inert aluminum oxide on any exposed surface when it comes into contact with air. But nano-particles and other aluminum
compounds don't do that. They allow aluminum to be absorbed by the body, which has been linked to Alzheimer's and dementia.
Calcium carbonate is not that bad, but it is still a pollutant. It's smog, essentially, and any particles one breathes in are a concern. Some the body
can quickly dispose of, but some will remain in the lungs for quite some time, and those aveoli (sp?) where they lodge are quite chemically active
(it's where blood gases are exchanged) and sensitive to contaminants.
Essentially, what these scientists are saying is, "Screw pollution; as long as we get rid of the carbon dioxide, we don't care if we poison the whole
planet." That's not something I support, and not something I would hope that you support.