Titanium was found at three times reporting limits in Oregon rain.

Rainwater collected November 12 & 14, 2016 in Chiloquin, OR, tested positive for both titanium and iron – metals geoengineers propose spraying us with. The November 12th sample contained 37μg/L of iron (almost twice reporting limits) and 1.7μg/L of titanium (more than three times reporting limits). The November 14th sample contained 21μg/L of iron and 1.1μg/L of titanium – more than double reporting limits. In both samples, aluminum, barium & strontium were below reporting limits.



Here are full pdf reports for the November 12 and November 14 tests.


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