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“Safe gas” to be released in NYC for terror study

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posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 02:20 PM
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So, the city of New York in conjunction with the DHS will be performing a terror study from October 18-24 in which they will release a 'safe gas' throughout the city to determine the effects and spread of a chemical or biological aerosol attack.

According to the report, the ingredients of the gas are apparently non-toxic, though I wonder if that still stands when those ingredients are aerosolized and inhaled.

Makes me glad i'm not in New York myself.

www.popsmokemedia.com...


Back in August, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) began “proposing to conduct testing events to improve resiliency of urban areas and transportation systems against chemical or biological terrorist attacks.”

Consequently, New York City has labeled the idea the Urban Threat Dispersion project, and it is moving forward.

The Urban Threat Dispersion (UTD) project is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) efforts to enhance the resiliency of urban areas and transit systems against chemical and biological agents.
This project is an airflow and dispersion study that will simulate the aerosol release of a biological agent in a densely populated urban environment. This study will be conducted in New York City and involve the release of safe gas and the collection of air samples and materials that settle on the ground and other surfaces afterward.
The results will directly benefit and inform outdoor, subway, and infrastructure modeling used by transit and emergency management officials as part of emergency response actions.
The study will take place from October 18 through October 29, during this time you might see personnel outside and in subways being escorted by New York City Police officers while they perform air flow tests.”

More details are included in a DHS report claiming their will be no significant impact from the study. Among the aspects of the report are the proposed ingredients of the gas, which you can read by clicking here. They include:
(1) Salt, this is the same as common table salt.
(2) Glycerol, an ingredient that is added to many foods including processed fruits and frostings and is used in many personal care products, such as soap.
(3) Maltodextrin, a common additive used in food and drink products such as beer, protein shakes, and sweeteners such as Splenda.
(4) A fluorescent brightener that is non-hazardous and found in toothpastes and laundry detergents to make whites appear brighter.
(5) Non-coding DNA oligos that do not have any function or biological activity. DNA is ubiquitous in byproducts like skin and hair from all organisms, and is also present in food items like fruits, vegetables, and meats.
(6) Amorphous silica, a common food additive in spices and creamers to ensure free flow of powdered products and absorption of moisture.
(7) Fluorescent dye and/or proteins, which are non-toxic and allow for particle detection.
(8) Alginate-based hydrogel. Alginate is commonly used as a thickening agent in the food industry.
(9) A fluorescent powder commonly used in leak testing.
The proposed gas tracers include sulfur hexafluoride as well as perfluorocarbon tracer. The report claims sulfur hexafluoride “is a safe gas commonly used in leak testing and already present in urban backgrounds due to its use in the electric power industry.”



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 02:27 PM
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a reply to: dug88

sounds like something the joker may do



I hope the residents of that fine city are not in any way hurt or suffer any property damage, why cant this take place on an empty military site/fake town somewhere, something built for this purpose as opposed to an actual city full of inhabitants



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 02:47 PM
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Pffffft, gimme a curry and some real ale and I will show you some gas.



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 03:01 PM
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Imagine the testing gas itself will be safe as-billed.

My concern is our genius administration publicly posting the results, accessible to folks who'd use the real thing.

That or it'll be kept classified on a laptop running Windows 98.



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 03:38 PM
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I had no idea what oligo DNA was, so I looked it up.

www.thermofisher.com...


Oligonucleotides, or oligos, are short single strands of synthetic DNA or RNA that serve as the starting point for many molecular biology and synthetic biology applications! From genetic testing to forensic research and next-generation sequencing, an oligo may very well be the starting point.


Basically, this is genetic engineering stuff, and it sounds like oligos are like basic DNA building blocks.

But what are they most commonly used for?


The most common example of an application that oligos are known for is PCR or polymerase chain reaction. PCR is the technique of making many copies of a fragment or strand of DNA to then generate thousands or millions of more copies for use in other downstream applications like cloning or sequencing. Researchers use oligos that are anywhere between 20-35 bases long called primers to start copying or amplifying. This DNA primer is usually custom designed to match the target sequence of DNA for copying. The ability for researchers to design their own custom DNA oligos for their experiments has opened new doors in fields like Molecular Biology and Synthetic Biology. These advancements help to continue the ground-breaking research that is making our world healthier, cleaner, and safer.


That's right PCR tests, or in other words, a process of multipling genetic material on a massive scale.

What could go wrong?

What could TPTB alternatively be up to?



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 03:50 PM
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existing thread

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posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 03:57 PM
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"Safe gas" wouldn't that just be plain fog?



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 03:59 PM
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a reply to: dug88

Lulz,

They are priming up a false flag jubilee for the coming months!

Probably because "nothing is happening"!

Hang in there frenz!



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 04:04 PM
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“It’s just a drill.”



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 04:06 PM
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originally posted by: dug88
So, the city of New York in conjunction with the DHS will be performing a terror study from October 18-24 in which they will release a 'safe gas' throughout the city to determine the effects and spread of a chemical or biological aerosol attack.

According to the report, the ingredients of the gas are apparently non-toxic, though I wonder if that still stands when those ingredients are aerosolized and inhaled.

Makes me glad i'm not in New York myself.

www.popsmokemedia.com...


Back in August, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) began “proposing to conduct testing events to improve resiliency of urban areas and transportation systems against chemical or biological terrorist attacks.”

Consequently, New York City has labeled the idea the Urban Threat Dispersion project, and it is moving forward.

The Urban Threat Dispersion (UTD) project is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) efforts to enhance the resiliency of urban areas and transit systems against chemical and biological agents.
This project is an airflow and dispersion study that will simulate the aerosol release of a biological agent in a densely populated urban environment. This study will be conducted in New York City and involve the release of safe gas and the collection of air samples and materials that settle on the ground and other surfaces afterward.
The results will directly benefit and inform outdoor, subway, and infrastructure modeling used by transit and emergency management officials as part of emergency response actions.
The study will take place from October 18 through October 29, during this time you might see personnel outside and in subways being escorted by New York City Police officers while they perform air flow tests.”

More details are included in a DHS report claiming their will be no significant impact from the study. Among the aspects of the report are the proposed ingredients of the gas, which you can read by clicking here. They include:
(1) Salt, this is the same as common table salt.
(2) Glycerol, an ingredient that is added to many foods including processed fruits and frostings and is used in many personal care products, such as soap.
(3) Maltodextrin, a common additive used in food and drink products such as beer, protein shakes, and sweeteners such as Splenda.
(4) A fluorescent brightener that is non-hazardous and found in toothpastes and laundry detergents to make whites appear brighter.
(5) Non-coding DNA oligos that do not have any function or biological activity. DNA is ubiquitous in byproducts like skin and hair from all organisms, and is also present in food items like fruits, vegetables, and meats.
(6) Amorphous silica, a common food additive in spices and creamers to ensure free flow of powdered products and absorption of moisture.
(7) Fluorescent dye and/or proteins, which are non-toxic and allow for particle detection.
(8) Alginate-based hydrogel. Alginate is commonly used as a thickening agent in the food industry.
(9) A fluorescent powder commonly used in leak testing.
The proposed gas tracers include sulfur hexafluoride as well as perfluorocarbon tracer. The report claims sulfur hexafluoride “is a safe gas commonly used in leak testing and already present in urban backgrounds due to its use in the electric power industry.”




You breathe in many gasses when you inhale. I think all of them are toxic....



posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 04:11 PM
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