Under an Ionized Sky: Elana Freeland PDF (Excerpts) #Nanoparticles #Nanosensors #Metals

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Excerpts:
Along with conductive metal nanoparticles, trillions of nano-sensors and microprocessors have been and continue to be released into the stratosphere and troposphere via jets, drones, ships, and rockets.
In short, our atmosphere is no longer conducting natural charge, current, and voltage.
Instead, we are now breathing from a ramped-up amplifier / condenser / antenna built of conductive nano-metals and ionized electrons. Tiny and almost weightless for maximum long-lasting loft, metal nanoparticles offer multiplied surface area and attract moisture for generating storms. Besides attaching to and ionizing molecules of oxygen, those in the upper atmosphere bond with and draw unknown organisms down into our atmosphere, creating chemical synergies our immune systems know nothing about. Yet we are forced to breathe this chemical witches’ brew while the nanoparticles (including “smart dust” and “dusty plasma”) breach our blood-brain barrier.
Thus it is no longer only the unseen world of wireless radio waves and microwaves pulsing through our bodies and brains that we must take into account but nano-synergies that our Earth and immune systems are so far ill-equipped to handle.
The military-industrial-intelligence complex gave the green light to nanotechnology more than twenty years ago, about the time that jets began spewing nano-metals. Nano-scale materials, tools and devices now exceed profits of $1 trillion per year.
The nano-revolution—like the non-ionized radiation revolution—occurred very quietly so as to avoid public attention and government safety trials and standards. Owning the weather was the overarching military-industrial-intelligence objective, not health. Nor was it the first time that the biosphere had to serve as collateral damage for open field “research” under Section 1520a Chapter 32 of U.S. Code Title 50, “Restrictions on use of human subjects for testing of chemical or biological agents”:
Title 50 defines the role of war and national defense, and Chapter 32 sets limits on chemical and biological warfare programs.
While the Secretary of Defense may not conduct any chemical or biological experiments on civilian populations, the loophole lies in allowing for medical, therapeutic, pharmaceutical, agricultural, and industrial research and tests, including research for protection against weapons and for law enforcement purposes like riot control.
Read much more from Elana Freeland’s free PDF, downloadable: “Under an Ionized Sky.”