Published on Oct 10, 2017
(Mon.) A moisture field full of tropical rain potential is moving into Southern California tonight. There is also a no-rain forecast from the stooges reporting the weather on television. What this means is we will see some heavy chemtrail spraying when we wake up in the morning Tuesday in Southern CA. Already, we can see the chemtrails being sprayed at night tonight as the moon rose over the mountains. The aerosol chemtrails cause a Capping Inversion layer which prevents atmospheric lift. We must have two components for precipitation: a) Lift in the atmosphere and, b) moisture in the atmosphere.
These chemical desiccants prevent the lift and stop the precipitation here in the Southwest. There are fires burning many homes in the Napa Valley, Petaluma and Santa Rosa areas of Central California right now, and allowing precipitation in California would be the best solution to help put these fires out!
But the terrorists controlling our weather will instead spray chemtrails to prevent the rain here in Southern CA while generating dry winds in Central CA despite a trough of low pressure extending from Canada all the way to the Mexican border with two low pressure centers situated along the California coast!
CALIFORNIA FIRES ON NASA Worldview (below)
NAPA fires (above) / Oct.9, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2fZG1jB
VSF: These desiccants in the sprays are toxic!
God only knows what they are using in these spray desiccants. To keep the rain from falling, that would help alleviate the fires in Napa etc., they are spraying northern California with desiccants, which also happen to be toxic.
“The most common desiccant is Silca. Inhaling finely divided crystalline silica is toxic and can lead to silicosis, bronchitis, lung cancer, and systemic autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.”
No wonder so many people are coming down with respiratory diseases and systemic autoimmune diseases. This is another fluoride deception. We trusted these monsters.
California smoke from fires & aerosol spraying (above) / Oct.10, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2y7cb7g
California (detail – above) / Oct.10, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2y7zdej
WIKI: Although some desiccants are chemically inert, others are extremely reactive and require specialized handling techniques. The most common desiccant is silica, an otherwise inert, nontoxic, water-insoluble white solid. Tens of thousands of tons are produced annually for this purpose. Other common desiccants include activated charcoal, calcium sulfate (Drierite), calcium chloride, and molecular sieves (typically, zeolites).
The most common desiccant is Silca:
Inhaling finely divided crystalline silica is toxic and can lead to silicosis, bronchitis, lung cancer, and systemic autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
The removal of volatile organic compounds from supply air using a desiccant column – A theoretical study – ScienceDirect
The capability of silica gel to remove Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from air under dynamic conditions was theoretically investigated using a packed bed desiccant column. A rigorous model was developed for the prediction of breakthrough profiles of benzene on a silica gel packed desiccant bed. Simulations were carried out on an isothermal, desiccant packed, fixed-bed and single compound-in inert-carrier system to determine the effects of varying operating and design parameters such as bed temperature, initial gas phase concentration, initial adsorbed phase concentration, bed length, particle radius and interstitial velocity. The Dubinin–Raduskevish equation was used to predict the adsorption equilibrium constant, K. The characteristic benzene–silica gel breakthrough curves of the adsorption process were produced using Excel. The potential of the model to predict any Adsorbent–VOC breakthrough curves under various operating and design conditions was demonstrated in this paper.
Indoor air pollution poses many challenges to the health professionals and the engineers alike. Acute and chronic illnesses emanating from poor indoor air quality in the UK are very common. Studies have shown that people in Europe spend more than 90% of their time indoors and it is this prolonged exposure to air contaminants that is of highest concern (Das et al., 2004). Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a class of pollutants that pose a greater risk to human health since they cause toxicity even at very low concentrations (ppb). They include 4–16 carbon alkanes, chlorinated hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, esters, terpenes, ethers and aromatics.
The adverse health effects caused by these compounds can range from minor complaints such as minor irritations of the nasal and ocular mucosa to chronic complications such as the exacerbation of asthma. Substances such as Benzene which has been linked to cancer in recent studies, are of particular concern to the health of indoor occupants. Benzene is prevalent in outdoor air due to emissions from diesel engines. Removal of VOCs such as benzene by conventional means such as photo catalytic oxidation, air ionisation, condensation and ozone oxidation has proved insufficient due to their existence at very low concentrations.
Most recently the main focus has been on sorption filtration using desiccant materials such as silica gel, zeolites, activated carbons and aluminas [which means aluminum oxides] for two reasons. Firstly, sorption has been found to be the most effective way of VOC removal. Secondly, the use of desiccants for both dehumidification and pollutant removal (co-sorption) is an energy efficient process because it eliminates the need to cool air to dew point temperatures to remove water vapour. Co-sorption is a process that involves the simultaneous removal of VOC and moisture from supply air. Fang et al. investigated the practical implications of using silica gel packed rotors to determine perceptions of indoor air quality. The results showed a better appreciation of the indoor environment where desiccants had been used (Fang et al., 2005). Even more recently desiccant regeneration techniques involving microwaves have been used and even more energy has been saved this way (Polaert et al., 2010). Several experimental and predictive methods have been used to determine the suitability of the adsorbents for pollutant removal (Das et al., 2004; Elkilani et al., 2003; Huang et al., 2005). However due to the complex nature of the adsorption process many models require prior knowledge of several parameters which rely on experimental data, for example adsorption constants are usually experimentally determined.
NAPA fires (above) / Oct.9, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2y6wOjU
WIKI: A desiccant is a hygroscopic substance that induces or sustains a state of dryness (desiccation) in its vicinity. It is the opposite of a humectant. Commonly encountered pre-packaged desiccants are solids that absorb water. Desiccants for specialized purposes may be in forms other than solid, and may work through other principles, such as chemical bonding of water molecules. They are commonly encountered in foods to retain crispness. Industrially, desiccants are widely used to control the level of water in gas streams.
Although some desiccants are chemically inert, others are extremely reactive and require specialized handling techniques. The most common desiccant is silica, an otherwise inert, nontoxic, water-insoluble white solid. Tens of thousands of tons are produced annually for this purpose. Other common desiccants include activated charcoal, calcium sulfate (Drierite), calcium chloride, and molecular sieves (typically, zeolites).
Desiccants induce dryness in any environment and reduce the amount of moisture present in air. Desiccants come in various forms and have found widespread use in the food, pharmaceuticals, packing, electronics and many manufacturing industries.
Kevin Galalae / Jun 4, 2017
This was recorded in Brussels, Belgium, on Saturday, 3 June 2017. It explains why governments deny chemtrails and lists the specific international conventions that are being violated by the geoengineering program.
VSF: This excellent 11 minute video (above) explains the international conventions, laws and agreements that are being broken by secretly covertly geoengineering our planet. Kevin Galalae’s research into the specific legal contracts is impressive stunning. Apparently the Canadian government has already harassed him and thrown him into jail (for a week), because he is intelligently exposing the depopulation agenda with credible facts.
He has fully grasped that one of the methods utilized by the United Nations depopulation agenda is geoengineering, and that the aerosol spraying toxic nanoparticles of aluminum, barium, strontium, lithium, etc. that are ‘metalizing’ the atmosphere across our skies worldwide is inundating infusing the air we breathe with immune destroying poisons – and blatantly ignored, thus condoned by our own governments who we pay to protect us.
Pacific Northwest & wildfire smoke (above) / Sept.2, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2gAIyUM
detail off the coast of the Pacific Northwest (above) / Sept.2, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2gAjGwh
detail of wildfire smoke off the coast of the Pacific Northwest (above) / Sept.2, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2eR5lb2
Clouds off Bay Area & Southern California (above) / Sept.2, 2017 https://go.nasa.gov/2eR2H5m
Over 66 million trees dead in California (Up from 3.3 million in 2014) causing even greater fire risk
6.3 Billion Dead Trees: ALBANY, Wyo. (AP) — Vast stands of dead timber in the Western U.S. have forced firefighters to shift tactics, trying to stay out of the shadow of lifeless, unstable trees that could come crashing down with deadly force.
About 6.3 billion dead trees are still standing in 11 Western states, up from 5.8 billion five years ago, according to U.S. Forest Service statistics compiled for The Associated Press.
Since 2010, a massive infestation of beetles has been the leading cause of tree mortality in the West and now accounts for about 20 percent of the standing dead trees, the Forest Service said. The rest were killed by drought, disease, fire or other causes.
Researchers have long disagreed on whether beetle infestations have made wildfires worse, and this year’s ferocious fire season has renewed the debate, with multiple fires burning in forests with beetle-killed trees.
But no one disputes that dead trees — snags, in firefighter parlance — present an unpredictable threat, prone to blowing over onto people or getting knocked down by other falling trees. Amid the noise and distraction of a fire, firefighters sometimes get little warning.