Video: Is pH of Rainwater in Whangarei Abnormally High Because of Chemtrails/ Geoengineering?

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.      freshwater4add

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. Table Rainwater 1971
Related:
Scientific Observations by Francis Mangels

Why In The World Are They Spraying?

Geoengineering: Our Environment Under Attack

Breaking: Air Force Chemtrail Whistleblower Exposes Geoengineering
http://www.infowars.com/breaking-air-force-chemtrail-whistleblower-exposes-geoengineering/

Infowars:Latest IPCC Report Admits Chemtrails Exist
https://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/infowarslatest-ipcc-report-admits-chemtrails-exist/

This entry was posted in Aluminium, Barium, Poisoning Environment. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Video: Is pH of Rainwater in Whangarei Abnormally High Because of Chemtrails/ Geoengineering?

  1. Sarah says:

    Thank you, the gauge is a great tool and the video very informative. Awful results.

  2. Hi Clare,

    I hope you read this.

    Why no mention of aluminium on that chart, well its all to do with scale.

    Lets use the example of Na+ (sodium ion) with a value of 2mg/dm3 (2 milligrams per cubic decimetre which is another name for a litre). Ill use the values from the previous lab report you posted with aluminium measured at 0.0116g / m3 (.0116 grams per cubic meter or 1000 litres)

    Lets convert the units so they can be compared,

    2mg/dm3 = 2000 mg/m3
    0.0116g/m3 = 11.6 mg/m3

    so if aluminium was listed on that list it would be listed at a value of
    0.0116 mg/dm3

    ALMOST 10% of the smallest value listed, there are probably many elements with a higher percentage that could have been listed, but are statistically insignificant just like the aluminium measured in your previous posts. The strontium and barium levels would be infinitely smaller than the aluminium content.

    Regards,

    AnonymousATCO

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s