Originally posted by MathiasAndrew
Again I asked for a SATELLITE IMAGE of MANY persistent contrails over China..
I laughed very hard on this question. First,Chinas pollution is SO bad,you couldnt find a picture of contrails with satellite data!!!!!! Heres
pollution at its finest!! Who needs chemtrails or contrails!!
China has the world highest number of deaths attributed to air pollution. According to Chinese government statistics 300,000 die each year from
ambient air pollution, mostly from heart disease and lung cancer. An additional 110,000 die from illnesses related to indoor pollution from poorly
ventilated wood and coal stoves and toxic fumes from shoddy construction material. The air pollution death figure is expect to rise to 380,000 in 2010
and 550,000 in 2020. The Chinese government has calculated that if the air quality in 210 medium and large cities were to be improved from
“polluted” to “good” levels 178,000 lives could be saved.
Washington Post writer John Pomfret was based in Beijing for many years. When his family moved to Los Angeles afterwards his son’s asthma attacks
and chronic chest infections stopped. When asked why he moved to Los Angeles he jokingly said “for the air.”
It has been reasoned that all forms of air pollution are 10 times more damaging to health than all forms of water pollution. According to the World
Bank and WHO between 300,000 and 350,000 people die from outdoor air pollution and about 300,000 die from inside air pollution. Some think the true
figure is much higher. Some estimate that indoor air pollution kills more than 700,000 people a year. The fine particles produced by coal-fired stoves
exacerbates respiratory problems and is especially damaging to children’s lungs functions.
Air pollution causes premature births, low-birth weight babies, and depresses lungs functioning in otherwise healthy people. It has also been blamed
for China's rising rates of cancer. Lung cancer is now the leading cause of death in China. In the last five years the number of deaths from the
disease has risen 18.5 percent to 34 per 100,000 people.
Air pollution is also linked with a variety of respiratory aliments. Around some factories the asthma rate is 5 percent. It is estimated that 26
percent of all deaths in China are caused by respiratory illnesses (compared with 2 or 3 percent in the U.S.). Many people in Beijing and Shanghai get
hacking coughs. In rural areas, respiratory disease is the number one killer. It is impossible to say how many are caused by air pollution though and
how many are caused by smoking or some other cause.
Air pollution is believed to have significantly reduced crop production. Studies based on satellite imagery and ground-based observation suggest that
particles of suspended pollutants scatter sun light over two thirds of eastern China resulting in harvests of rice and winter wheat that may be 5 to
30 percent less than if there was no pollution.
How could you even expect someone to find any satellite images of said contrails/chemtrails? Youre lucky to BREATHE in China. I would say they are
geoengineering the easy way.
Need more Data? Wonder whats in the skys?
edit on 10-3-2011 by sonnny1 because: (no reason given)