This video focuses on chemical properties of rainwater. The pH of rainwater was tested in Whangarei, Northland on February 19th and 20th, 2014, and found to be 6.7-6.8, which differs significantly from 5.7, the approximate pH of unpolluted rainwater. Notably, retired USDA Biologist, Frances Mangels has found the pH rises from 5.5 to 6.8 in association with aerosol geoengineering activity.
Below: Table of data from 1971, titled the ‘Average Chemical Composition of Rainwater’ presented in the book: ‘Environmental Chemistry At A Glance,’ (2006), by I. Pulford and H. Flowers.’ Note that it does not mention aluminium, barium or strontium.
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