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Where is All the Aluminum Research?

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 12:37 AM
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All the Youtube vids I have watched, and everything I have found on aluminum research has hit a dead end most times. Yes you find stuff that concludes it is bad for you, from research findings released but which were almost immediately refuted. Also, it seems like everyone releasing anything decided the evidence was inconclusive. So why isn't it being persued? Where is all the research? I found this, which seems to answer a lot of those questions. I am going to continue to dig stuff up, but I wanted anyone who is also interested in the 'why nots' of chemtrails and aluminum research to have access to this. I also wanted to link to this thread I found that has a lot of info that was previously released (link to alzheimers etc.) which is among the info that people are now saying is 'inconclusive'.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Here is the What in the world are they spraying vid linked through a thread: www.abovetopsecret.com...


www.sciscoop.com...



Several colleagues outside the UK have told me of anonymous telephone calls from individuals acting on behalf of the aluminum industry and warning them that their recent interest in aluminum and health will not be advantageous to their careers. Readers may baulk at such suggestions of cloak-and-dagger activities but should just take a moment to consider the implications of aluminum being unequivocally linked to chronic disease in humans. By comparison, the problems currently faced by the tobacco industry will be very small beer indeed!



It's starting to make sense. But maybe somewhere, there's a good scientist who continues to investigate. I hope.




posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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Looking back at all the ancient cities/empires that collapsed we can see they ended up destroying their soil with salt water trying to use that to irrigate crops.

Which made the land dead. The empires/cities collapsed and people fled.

What happened to America?

Same thing. Everyone's over in China polluting them now. If people can make a buck at it they will pollute and kill....even if it means the very soil beneath their feet becomes dead from pollution.

They think they will always have some other place to flee to with their money. That's the cycle we need to stop.

Aluminum is a environmental hazard that causes cancer. The Fluoride run off from making it is also a poison and people are making money putting it in our tooth paste and drinking water.

Why are we letting people make money poisoning us and this Earth? We need to stop them.
We can form our own courts and try them in it. We can create our own economy/monetary system and abandon the one that creates wealth from poisoning us and our planet. We need to do something...and fast.

Before long degenerative disc disease and cancer will be occurring in babies fresh from the womb.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 03:31 PM
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Go to Google.

Search for Aluminum Poisioning Symptoms.

Then... Aluminum Detox.


Booyah! That's what I did. Get ready to purchase some chlorella/cilantro tinctures.


Still, there are other ingredients like Barium and immune suppressants in chemtrails, so it's best to get your overall health squared off... asap.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:20 PM
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Well there are a couple of things I know about aluminum. The first is that if you put aluminum over fatty food, the aluminum ends up getting absorbed into the food. So much so that holes can develop in the foil. Now that certainly is something to be avoided.

But I also know that aluminum forms a fairly thin and strong layer of rust that is quite durable. So for example in aluminum cans for soda which don't have any fats I really would think it would be very safe and have not seen any suggestions otherwise. I also would question how harmful it would be to use aluminum to bake potatoes, which again, are not significantly fatty and therefore are AFAIK do not absorb any of the aluminum.

I've also heard that deodorants sometimes have aluminum compounds, which of course is ridiculous to do as how could they be anything but highly toxic? I've heard some horror stories about brain damage due to the high levels of aluminum found in some deodorants.

Obviously aluminum's safest usage is usage in planes, high-end select autos, and aluminum siding, where it simply sits there in metal form and does not seem to contact the human body. I can't imagine its doing any harm at all in those situations.

Its a really interesting research topic and I do hope you can find some things out and share them on this thread.



posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by Whitbit

Several colleagues outside the UK have told me of anonymous telephone calls from individuals acting on behalf of the aluminum industry and warning them that their recent interest in aluminum and health will not be advantageous to their careers. Readers may baulk at such suggestions of cloak-and-dagger activities but should just take a moment to consider the implications of aluminum being unequivocally linked to chronic disease in humans. By comparison, the problems currently faced by the tobacco industry will be very small beer indeed!





My main point is, if people are researching they probably can't publish their results. Like the article I posted hints, if people find out aluminum is bad for you, the aluminum industry will take a hit bigger than the tobacco industry. I have been getting distracted by all these chemtrail threads. Oops! I'm going to keep compiling stuff, will have new post tomorrow. Thanks for the input, I have no question in my mind that it is toxic and is being covered up.



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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:16 AM
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I found a good article on the sister site of WebMd, this article is done by a doctor.


Toxic effects are dependent upon the amount of metal ingested, entry rate, tissue distribution, concentration achieved, and excretion rate.19,20,21,22
Mechanisms of toxicity include inhibition of enzyme activity and protein synthesis, alterations in nucleic acid function, and changes in cell membrane permeability.


Basically, what finding this article did was raise more unknowns. For instance, it is unknown how much might build up in the organs through transmission other than ingestion.


In this regard, dietary excitotoxins including aluminum can exacerbate the clinical presentation by worsening of excitotoxicity and by microglial priming. This opens the discussion to the use of nutritional factors that reduce excitotoxicity and brain inflammation as a maneuver to alleviate neurotoxic effects of aluminum.10,11 The central nervous system appears to be extremely sensitive to metal-induced oxidative stress. High aluminum concentrations have been found in postmortem brain specimens of patients with Parkinson's disease and on animals models where administration of aluminum caused a strong decrease in dopamine content of the striatum.12



Unfortunately, physical findings are often noticeably lacking in patients with aluminum toxicity, and findings usually mimic other disease processes.


Thus is possible that aluminum toxicity is overlooked sometimes. However, what is more likely is that the actual buildup of aluminum over a number of years contributes to other problems-- in effect not actually directly killing a person. Especially when you consider the fact that if it is inhaled may be the only way to get it directly into the bloodstream--this accounts for only a small amount of aluminum. But which may lead to



Aluminum causes an oxidative stress within brain tissue.8 Since the elimination half-life of aluminum from the human brain is 7 years, this can result in cumulative damage via the element's interference with neurofilament axonal transport and neurofilament assembly. Some experts believe it plays a role in leading to the formation of Alzheimer-like neurofibrillary tangles.



If it is ingested (as in water) the majority of it is eliminated by the kidneys (approximately 95%) My concerns for application to the skin such as in antipersperant still stand. At least we know it is rare to die from aluminum poisoning. So while this article was enlightening, I am now more anxious to find more information on it. The problem is, it may not be out there.


emedicine.medscape.com...
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