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Gitam University, Visakhapatnam,INDIA
Centre for Environmental Studies,
Unless the clouds are seeding by sprinkling ice particles or silver iodide nuclei into the cold clouds they cannot develop into centres of intense moisture suction from the atmospheric water vapour that is pushed by the updrafts that promote the alround growth of clouds. Such enlargement of clouds caused by cloud seeding envelops the surrounding additional clouds which otherwise may not cause additional precipitation to an extent of 20% to 40%. Moreover some clouds due to their insufficient depth do not give rain by themselves and hence they have to be seeded with chemicals so that they can grow in size and become clouds of sufficient depth for giving additional precipitation.
Originally posted by doctordoom
Here is a picture from BBC News.
Pretty much the smoking gun in my opinion.
Silver iodide, colloidal - Identification, toxicity, use, water pollution potential, ecological toxicity and regulatory information
Poisoning Symptoms: Signs and symptoms of poisoning, first aid, and links to treatment information for this chemical.
Toxicity: Toxicity to humans, including carcinogenicity, reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity, and acute toxicity.
Regulatory: Links to world-wide registration status as well as regulatory information for the U.S. and California.
Water: Water quality standards and physical properties affecting water contamination potential.
Ecotoxicity: Toxicity to aquatic organisms.
Use Type: Fungicide , Herbicide , Microbiocide
Chem Class: Heavy metal , Inorganic-Silver
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Silver Metal Poising Toxicity Symptomology
Anti Psoric and possibly anti-sycotic
Direct effect on cartilages
Direct effect on nerves and nerve sheaths
Effects the brain/nervous system over time
gradually softens tissues
targets "intellectual" sections of the brain
Slight changes to voluntary systems ( undefined )
May affect reasoning abilities
Physical symptoms of neck and back pain, and tearing pain throughout body
Mental fatigue and restlessness with vertigo
Symptoms masked by coffee/caffeine intake
Symptoms temporarily relieved by exercise
Cold weather increases pain from Rheumatism
Increased joint pain
knotting of cartilage
Effects left testes and right ovaries ( hardening )
Mental and emotional excitement to the point of rage
Experience of shock sensations in the limbs upon going to sleep
Skin irritation, itching sensation that cannot be relieved
Painful tension in the throat
Gray mucus from throat and sinuses
Heart Palpitations while lying on the back
The above describes metallic silver poisoning. This illustrates the great importance of proper particle sizing in colloidal silver. Of course, the above applies to Metallic Silver in general.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by doctordoom
At what levels do these symptoms start to appear?
You do know we're exposed to silver everywhere don't you?
Only high levels are toxic.
Did you miss the EPA report regarding the flare factory?
A factory that make flares full of silver iodide.
To support its conservation strategies, MMBW is working with the CSIRO in an attempt to augment water supplies by increasing rainfall in the main Thomson River catchment area in Gippsland by an expected 10-20 per cent through cloud seeding. Originally, seeding added silver iodide to clouds in an attempt to stimulate them to release at least some of the rain they contained. Now, however, CSIRO researchers are adding silver iodide to clouds that are already about to release rain in an attempt to make them release more - to improve the clouds' efficiency as producers of rain.
ECOS Magazine 1991 (Issue 69)
No occupational exposure limits have been developed for silver iodide. Silver iodide is a non-soluble compound not likely to produce toxic effects from either silver or iodine. Therefore, silver iodide is categorized by OSHA as a particulate not otherwise regulated (PNOR). The OSHA PEL for PNORs is 15 Health Hazard Evaluation Report No. 2004-0239-3014 Page 3 mg/m3. This is a generic criterion for airborne dusts that do not produce significant organic disease or toxic effects when exposures are kept under reasonable control.
ACGIH classifies these substances as
“particles (insoluble or poorly soluble) not otherwise specified (PNOS).” ACGIH believes that some
PNOSs may produce adverse health effects and recommends that full-shift TWA exposure should be kept
below 3 mg/m3 of respirable particles, and 10 mg/m3 of inhalable particles until a TLV can be set for the
Originally posted by spinkyboo
Originally posted by rickyrrr
reply to post by TheMythLives
In light of the fact that the planet earth contains enough nuclear weapons to wipe itself from the face of itself fifty times over, why would it matter whether or not weather control is possible?
This is subtle specifically aimed destruction -
unnoticeable and unquestioned by the general public.
Able to cause - drought - hurricanes - tornadoes - floods - ice - snow - completely wiping out food supply/farmland - resulting in starvation -
Also causing a rise in bacterial and fungus growth -
water borne diseases - poor water quality -
and a crushing of the general structure and its population.
It's the perfect weapon.
Because no one questions Mother Nature.
Originally posted by eroticdreams
Apparently aurora borealis or "northern lights" is not natural neither..
Something about some "HARP" project
Originally posted by geo1066
True and not true. The aurora borealis is natural being caused by the magnetic pull of the north and south poles. Originally, there was only a small number (like 8-12 I do believe) but with us zapping the ionishere we are creating more. They may only last from a few seconds to a undetiminate amount of time which in turn does effect our weather.