posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 07:10 PM
Pax & Clouds have been working extremely hard in not only putting the project together, but making sure they absolutely had top scientist & a
qualified lab for testing with everything kept confidential. As far as I know there very few labs that have the capability to test accurately for all
the possible chemicals we're looking for as well as understanding the results, parameters, & the possible effects to the all living plants &
creatures. When you are involved in any major projects large or small there are always on going legal issues, many changes occur, & etc...Pax &
Clouds are trying their best to make sure everything is right to the "T". It would be sad if they put all this work into this project with
everything being right up to the last second & have some minute problem discredit it all.
Extensive lab testing is very involved & time consuming. There are many controls & parameters that have to be set up & etc...I know it seems like a
long time to wait for the results but think about it...the project was launched sometime in Aug; Pax & Mike spent a tremendous amount of time
researching & choosing the right scientist & testing lab; rain samples are being collected & submitted from all over the US & other countries; they
also have to wait to receive the samples, it doesn't always rain, I didn't have rain from the end of May until the middle of Sept, so with that
being said many samples from different areas are needed to test...
I did not mean to drag that on...& that is just barely a touch of what is all involved...However, we can't
forget that Pax & Clouds are people who have families too. I can see them possibly getting a little over whelmed with the 1st test results coming in &
all the ramifications to deal with on top of HOLIDAY season especially if they have kids. I am glad we have people putting it out on the line in order
to get honest results from a double blind study being backed by the scientific community. And it's people from our community here at ATS that made
it happen. I feel honored being part of Test the Rain project.