Brad Wynyard of Tikipunga, Whangarei collected a rainwater sample locally in early-November, 2013 and asked R J Hill Laboratories of Hamilton to test for aluminium, barium and strontium, as these are being found in rainwater where chemtrails/ aerosols are being seen globally. As the results show below, although these elements should not be present in rainwater at all, all three were found.
The patent for ‘Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming’ states that aluminium oxide be used. Aluminium particles have been referred to by top geoengineers as an effective means to scatter sunlight, including by Edward Teller’s protégé, Lowell Wood, who was quoted by Rolling Stone magazine as stating that cooling the entire planet with aerosolized particles would cost only $1 billion a year. Alarmingly, aluminium is being found to have a devastating impact on eco-systems. In an area of Shasta County in California, where research has been conducted into the impact of these aerosols over a number of years, it has been established that the free-form aluminium is altering the pH of the soil from 5.5 (acidic) to 6.8-7.00 (neutral) and causing the trees to die.
Barium was referred to on Bernard Eastlund’s patent for HAARP. HAARP is a transmitter which can be used for a variety of functions, including heating the ionosphere in order to manipulate the weather. It has the ability to direct a steerable electromagnetic beam at the upper atmosphere and effect rainfall patterns in a particular region and notably, the patent calls for large clouds of barium to be released into the atmosphere.
Strontium may be being used in the form of strontium titanate, SrTiO3, as it is extremely reflective suggests retired USDA Biologist, Frances Mangels, who has been studying the changes to his local environment in California caused by geoengineering.
Aluminium, barium and strontium were found in rainwater locally in May 2013. Also, fibers and white spheres were seen floating in the air in Whangarei not far from ground level in May 2013.