Schumann Resonance at 40 hertz – MAJOR frequency rise / Soot, Forest Fires & “Atmospheric Aerosols, Life Cycles & Effects on Air Quality & Climate”

Published on Aug 4, 2017
August 4, 2017: Earth’s harmonic OHM or vibration is at unprecedented levels today. This frequency does affect every living creature on the earth. Science has proven our brainwaves strongly respond to this energy, this frequency.
Sometimes this can come with anxiousness, along with many other feelings and emotions. Try not to be to eager to over react to situations, sit back for a minute and think things through completely, be rational and you know the drill…be wise. You are aware of why this is happening and use this knowledge to help others that may not know what the Schumann Resonance is, try and explain to them what this frequency shift is and how it affects them, all of us. Be safe out there…

Thanks to #MrMBB333


VSF:  My view of the Olympic Peninsula WA from my house was totally socked-in with smoke from the Canadian forest fires this morning, Saturday Aug.5, 2017. Although yesterday the smoke had cleared off a bit, today it is much worse! The air quality report today states that the Seattle area has the worst air quality in the nation.

On NASA Worldview over the last few days, it did appear that ionospheric heater radio-frequency & microwave manipulation was taking place — because there were “rectangular” patterns not only in the clouds off the west coast, but a right angle was also seen in the smoke itself [yesterday Aug.4].

Could it be that geoengineering can manipulate and move smoke “soot” from wildfires to specific locations?  Why was the smoke moving south & west — and not east as it would normally do? Could it be that a big interferometer transmitter was creating a low pressure area that would draw the smoke into it.  Note the very curious completely unnatural ‘rectangular hole’ in these clouds! When did clouds form into geometric shapes? God only knows what is in this smoke, meaning what toxic chemicals, lithium, aluminum, barium, strontium, fungi-based nanoparticles — and the fact that this smoke-haze can hide whatever spraying they are doing above us. 

Off the west coast USA (above) / Aug.4, 2017     

Ridiculous! geometry (above) … from Monday, July 31, 2017.  A precursor to the later “rectangular” patterns?      

WIKI: Soot /ˈsʊt/ is a mass of impure carbon particles resulting from the incomplete combustion of hydrocarbons.[1]  It is more properly restricted to the product of the gas-phase combustion process[citation needed] but is commonly extended to include the residual pyrolysed fuel particles such as coal, cenospheres, charred wood, and petroleum coke that may become airborne during pyrolysis [burning wood] and that are more properly identified as cokes or chars.
Soot causes cancer and lung disease, and is the second-biggest human cause of global warming.[2]



Forest Fires a Huge Cost to Health
Making a case study of a 2001 fire in Chisholm, Alberta, that ravaged 116,000 hectares of forest land and burned buildings in and around the town, researchers used satellite imagery and monitoring stations to assess the contributions of the fire to concentrations of particulate matter (PM) in the air. The seven-day blaze caused PM levels 160 kilometres away in Edmonton, Alberta, to soar well above the air quality guidelines for Canada.

In terms of values of health risks, the study estimates the effects as between $9 million and $12 million, with 95 per cent of the impacts related to increases in mortality risk, restricted activity days, lost wages, and acute respiratory symptoms suffered by those affected by the poorer air quality. “The overall health impacts were significant, when compared to other related costs such as fire-fighting,” said Dr. Vic Adamowicz, a professor of rural economy at the University of Alberta and co-author of the study.

[Excerpt below from: “Atmospheric Aerosols, Life Cycles & Effects on Air Quality & Climate” – 2017; WILEY-VCH, Germany]

“The effect of gaseous emissions from biomass burning on atmospheric chemistry and climate is critically important.  Biomass burning is one of the major sources of atmospheric aerosols, mainly consisting of small smoke particles…having submicron particles … a large fraction of smoke particles can easily penetrate the respiratory system of humans. … Such forest fire particles are rapidly uplifted to high altitudes and transported over long distances, with major effect on air quality…

“The climate effects are mainly associated with an appreciable decrease in surface reflectance and a decrease in the single scattering albedo [reflectance] of columnar aerosols, which both appreciably contribute to cause local warming effects in the atmosphere.”

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