I know this should be up on the cloudwatching blog, and I'll whack it up there too, but since this blog does get a little more foot traffic I simply must share this here as well.
As some of you know, I've not been able to keep as close an eye on the sky recently due to a rather sad family situation, but just because I'm not updating the Cloudwatching blog daily, as I was, doesn't mean they have stopped spraying daily around here. They are.
Please take the time yourself to look up, way up and call your MP (I know it won't do much, but if everyone harrassed their government lackey more often it might have some small effect).
So, here is the link to the article:
Heavy Metal Poisoning, Brain Injury, and Clandestine Weather Modification Programs - Connecting the Dots - Part 1
Dr. Kiburn's research clearly shows that chemicals do affect and seriously harm the brain [and, thereby, cognitive function]. Chemicals especially a daily onslaught of toxic chemicals over many years can damage our ability to think clearly. Even if we find this hard to believe, the evidence is there. Dr. Kilburn has expanded this essay into the first book to research this: "Chemical Brain Injury" (published in 1998). Dr. Kilburn notes:
The brain's preservation represents the only possibility of survival for mankind. To find in many parts of the country and in many individual patients that its function is eroded seriously by chemicals, chemicals that have been introduced into the environment basically in the last 50 years, is bad news indeed.(18)
It seems almost unbelievable that millions/billions of people could look up at the sky and not notice the dramatic changes that have occurred from what it was, for instance, in the mid-1990s. Then our sky was a gorgeous, deep blue. Clouds were a beautiful assortment of shapes. The sun was glorious. But people under 30, may not have a real sense of recollection about looking up every day and seeing this panoramic magnificence. Most of them are too busy texting or chatting on their cell phones. There are other issues to consider, as well: People are in their own comfort zones; and denial is a very powerful human emotion. In the hustle and bustle (now quite out of hand, for reflective time), how many people look up at the sky? It also takes huge courage, a very deep, internal willingness to examine politically motivated corporate controlled media spin, and search for the real answers. Humans like their regular routines. To re-examine what we think we know, based on new evidence, takes a willingness to think outside the proverbial box; to want to find out the truth not the pervasive Orwellian doublespeak that pervades our society. If everything in our daily routine belies what is truly going on, it requires fortitude to explore the unknown. We must question the litany.