posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 03:50 PM
Originally posted by zorgon
Now what else is in all that fuel? Who knows... because we just trust the oil companies
Hazardous chemical wastes – solvents, PCBs and waste oil – have been mixed clandestinely into fuels in the past four years and sold to
unsuspecting customers in Southern Ontario, Quebec and Western New York State, The Globe and Mail has learned. A sophisticated criminal conspiracy
operating in Buffalo and Toronto has illegally blended several million gallons of toxic wastes into gasoline, diesel and industrial heating fuel,
participants in the scheme and law enforcement sources said. The Globe and Mail, May 8, 1989 A Toronto newspaper
Perhaps you missed this bit:
gasoline, diesel and industrial heating fuel
I don't see any aviation fuel in there, which makes this next bit of yours either evidence you can't read (which you clarly can) - or evidence you
DON'T read...not even your own links! Or maybe it is evidence you hope that no-one else reads??
So in reality jet exhausts ARE trails of TOXIC chemicals
But apparently less so than the gas, diesel and heating oil illegally contaminated according to that article of yours - phew!
......come from cars, trucks and your home! Glad we can concentrate on the real culprits now!
and considering the BILLIONS of gallons of fuel used annually anyone that claims this doesn't have a MAJOR impact on the environment, both by
saturating the atmosphere with chemicals but also our water supply and soil, is a fool
Just as well no-one claims that then.
Oh and since aviation uses about about 10% of transport fuel, and cars and trucks about
I think you need to start complaining about them - they are doing almost all the "saturation" all on their own!!
100LL is the most widely used piston engine aircraft fuel and although it’s listed as LL (low lead) it still contains up to 0.56 grams of
lead per liter. About 97 percent of gasoline used in piston-engine powered aircraft is leaded avgas, mostly 100LL. The remaining three percent is
ethanol-free unleaded automotive gasoline (mogas).
And how do you know that any given lead comes from aircraft? (which by the way would be almost exclusively flying at low altitude and not actually
leaving any sort of visible trail at all.....)??
Sources of Lead (from the EPA)
Old lead-based paint is the most significant source of lead exposure in the U.S. today.
Sources of Lead
Lead-based paint, contaminated soil, dust, and drinking water.
And that lead in drinking water??
Find out about lead in drinking water.
Most well and city water does not usually contain lead. Water usually picks up lead inside the home from household plumbing that is made with lead
materials. The only way to know if there is lead in drinking water is to have it tested. Contact the local health department or the water supplier to
find out how to get the water tested. Send for the EPA pamphlet, Lead and Your Drinking Water, for more information about what you can do if you have
lead in your drinking water.
Call EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791) for more information.
Dang - your old houses are making those"chemtrails" too!!
edit on 8-1-2012 by Aloysius the Gaul because: (no reason given)