Many people are not aware of what they are eating, drinking, and worst of all, breathing. And while we can control what we intake when it comes to food and liquids, controlling what kind of air we breathe is unimaginable – at least for us.
There have been many conspiracy theories regarding chemtrails, as to what they contain and what they are actually used for. The common thing in all those claims is that we are being poisoned constantly and that the reason this is not revealed is because, well of course, who would tell you if they actually did poison you?
An audio recording of a telephone conversation which was uploaded to YouTube could shed some light on what is actually happening to the air we breathe. Uploaded in 2013, the recording is of a conversation between Douglas E. Rowland, from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and a woman.
In it, Rowland admits that the chemtrails contain Lithium, which he claims not to be harmful to the environment in any way and that it is used for scientific and research purposes only.
What Rowland explains is that the purpose of dispersing lithium in the atmosphere is so that scientists can understand better of how the wind moves in the atmosphere. Which is more, he explains that it’s not only lithium, but also “different kinds of chemtrails” that they use.
Releasing these chemicals in the ionosphere is backed up by the need to understand how our planet works, by observing the electric currents driven by the wind. To do this, they release these chemtrails and observe their visible movement forced by the winds and take pictures.
Nasa’s official stance on this matter confirms what Rowland explains in the recording by explaining that the disturbances in the ionosphere translate in disturbed signals in their communications and GPS satellites, which send those signals through the ionosphere.
The major concern that the people have is whether we are given Lithium and other harmful chemicals to breathe in.
This, of course, is something everyone should be concerned about. Lithium is a chemical which is given as pharmaceutical treatment for people with bipolar disorder. It works by altering the levels of serotonin and norepinephrine secreted in our brains and can be very dangerous.
Doctors say that it is hard to establish the proper dosing for those who need it, and that it is dangerous – something which doesn’t sync with what Rowland claims.
The side effects of Lithium can be very dangerous:
- Excessive urination
- Suicidal thoughts
- Diarrhea and vomiting
- Swelling of the hands and feet
- Confusion or hallucinations
If this makes lithium dangerous for those who need it, the people who don’t need it are at even greater risk.
The main question is: Does lithium released in the ionosphere reach the unsuspecting citizens, and if it does, does this show an indifference to the wellbeing of the population or is something much more heinous in game?
Serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine are the three most important chemicals in our brain for our mental wellbeing. If a disturbance exists, it very often translates into a mental illness.
While it’s your choice as to what to believe in, and what to dismiss, taking everything into consideration is important when yours and the lives of those around you are at play.
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Source: Educate Inspire Change
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