Monday, August 6, 2012

Aluminum: A Neurotoxic Product of Acid Rain [and chemtrails]

In a physiological sense, aluminum in nonessential.  Furthermore, it might even be argued that its only functions in the human body are deleterious.  

Important quotes from this paper published by the American Chemical Society are listed below in categories.  Thank you, American Chemical Society!

Note that stratospheric aerosol geoengineering (SAG) (the chemtrails phenomenon) is not listed in this paper (1994) as a source of Al(III) but may contribute significant quantities of aluminum to drinking water.


"Though long considered benign, Al(III) has recently been found to cause bone and neurological disorders, while its role in Alzheimer's disease remains uncertain."

"...there seems little doubt that Al(III) is a dementing ion."
"Alzheimer's disease has been associated with the content of of Al(III) in drinking water, though the levels are still low compared to dietary intake.  One of the unanswered questions is why elevated but still low levels of Al(III) in drinking water are associated with a higher incidence of Alzheimer's disease when the amount is still much less than that ingested daily in foods.  This dilemma lead to questions about the significance of the association."  

Really bad news for tea drinkers!  Don't add lemon! 

"Ingested aluminum is poorly absorbed in the body."

"It is as a citrate complex that Al(III) passes the intestinal barrier into the blood."

"There is ample proof that citrate facilitates incorporation of Al(III) into humans."

"Adding milk to tea should immobilize Al(III) as an insoluble phosphate, while lemon will strongly complex the Al(III) in dangerous citrate complexes."

"Soy-based milk formulas provide a potential high Al(III) source to infants."

"The greatest danger from the use of antiperspirants may be spray inhalation and brain access via suggested nasal olfactory pathways."

Is inhalation of the chemtrail mix as dangerous as your spray deodorant?

" example of solutions that bypass the intestinal barrier.  Solutions given intravenously to patients may result in significant quantities of aluminum being injected directly into the blood and may be especially critical in infants."

Might some of the benefits of magnesium supplementation be due to rampant aluminum toxicity in the general public?

 "Al(III) surrogate for Mg2+.”

"Wherever there is a process involving Mg2+, seek there an opportunity for interference by Al3+.”

"...Al3+ inhibition of enzymes with Mg2+ cofactors."

" biological systems Al3+ will be more competitive with Mg2+ than with Ca2+."

"Also in plants, increasing Mg2+ reduces Al(III) toxicity."


SCANS - right click to open in a new window and zoom in!


Anonymous said...

Who cares??? We're all going to die. The most important thing you can do in this life is KNOW where you are going when you die. Do you know where you are going when you die?

The Calm Canary said...

I care, for starters. But I don't cremate my cares - I cultivate them. I can imagine Hitler, Saddam, or even Bushy baby obsessing over their future death-place, but not myself. If I wanted so badly to know where I was going to die, perhaps I would ask for a peek into the (Project) Looking Glass. :)

Your comment represents a worldview I am unfamiliar with. And you might be inclined to say something like, "yes, and algebra sounds like gibberish to a giraffe." But I know that I am not utterly and completely spiritually retarded, and I retain hope for the Rebel Alliance, and that Orwell's boot-face future is a waning meme.

I am surprised and saddened to hear that you believe the location of one's death is "the most important thing." The place where 'my' bodymind vehicle ceases to function, and the vehicle itself, are finitisms, and relatively uninteresting ones at that. I am thrilled at the mass awakening that is taking place - things are changing so fast! In a few years, people won't even say, "Where were you when Kennedy was murdered by the CIA?" - even this is far too banal. Instead, they might say, "Where on the Earth were you when you were reborn? When you 'woke up'?" This is a much more interesting finitism. May we all step out of the stream of linear time and reconnect with the Source. May we all leap beyond Earth-space and finitude into Hyperspace and infinite possibility.

"If we take people as they are, we make them worse. If we treat them as if they were what they ought to be, we help them to become what they are capable of becoming."

- Goethe

Bless you, whoever you are. Whoever I am, I will add my legal name to this blog soonly.

Anonymous said...

I don't see how that comment is just asks if you know where you're going to go after you die. You seemed to reply to the question of where you are going to die, which is obviously different.

The Calm Canary said...

Ah, I see. A misinterpretation. It was a Christian comment. Well, in that case, I do have quite a different response:

Certainty and faith do not occupy the same space.

The 'Kingdom of Heaven' and 'Domain of Hell' are not sooner or later - they are here and now.

The Book of Revelation is designed to engineer complacency in its readers/adherents, i.e. "we don't have to do anything to manifest the Kingdom of Heaven presently - the end of the world is inevitable and Jesus will save the save and damn the damned."

Christianity is a worm-theology guilt factory blood-drinking cult.

ACUTAL SPIRITUAL CULTIVATION (meditation) is the only way to what people refer (not reefer) to as Salvation/Enlightenment, and it is non-denom(&demon)-I-national.

The idea that Jesus' Enlightenment is better, cooler, more uncaused (than mine or yours), etc. is phony hogwash malarkey BS!

Best South Park song ever: (see Christian Rock Hard)

"I wanna get down on my knees and start pleasing Jesus - feel His Salvation all over my face!"

If you think I'm "throwing out random crap," throw out something targeted yourself!

Thank you, my fellows.

The Calm Canary said...

Isn't it interesting how a change in one word makes the original comment either Luciferian or Christian in origin and worldview?

The Calm Canary said...

Also note that it is remotely possible that the original comment was published by a TSA rat in Utah with administrator privileges (and the ability to retroactively alter comments) on Blogger - to discredit The Calm Canary.