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A book on "air pollution" matter. PM2.5の科学(畠山史郎、野口恒, 2016)

Wuled Lenggoro contributed on making the “first-connect” between two authors (Shiro Hatakeyama, a well-known professor of PM2.5 and Hisashi Noguchi, a Journalist). Published by Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun (2016).. 20 more words


Aspiration Hazards and Aerosol Products

In Revision 6 of the United Nations GHS, as in previous revisions, aspiration hazards apply to liquids that can enter into the trachea and lower respiratory system either directly (nasally or orally) or indirectly (vomiting). 235 more words

GHS Notes

New Lawsuit: Chemtrails [GeoEngineering] Are Greatest Threat To Life On Earth

Source: USAWatchDog.com
Via: WhiskeyTangoTexas.com
Greg Hunter
August 6, 2016

Last month, CIA Director John Brennan admitted Chemtrails, or as he put it, “Stratospheric Aerosol Injection,” is established geoengineering science used to fight global warming. 659 more words


Chemtrails Exposed – The Past, Present & Future Of The New Manhattan Project

Source: TheCorbettReport
James Corbet
July 5, 2016

Peter Kirby is the author of the new book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project. Today we tackle the two questions most frequently asked by chemtrail skeptics: would the government do something like this and could they do something like this. 23 more words


The Phosphorus Man Cometh

By Matt A. Barr

Think of all your favorite fireworks, fertilizers, detergents, and sewage pits. Got them all in your head? Great. Now think of all your favorite bones, teeth, DNA, RNA, and cell membranes. 1,046 more words

Aerosol forcing and the PDO

There’s an interesting new paper by Smith et al. called Role of volcanic and anthropogenic aerosols in the recent global surface warming slowdown. A few months ago, I went to a seminar where one of the authors discussed this paper. 206 more words

Climate Change

The weather is throwing thunderstorm tantrums

Good news for thunderstorms that get a kick out of ganging up, flooding a few billion dollars worth of real estate, and tearing roofs off buildings: the climate is working in your favor. 209 more words

Climate & Energy