As a literary device, an allegory is a metaphor whose vehicle may be a character, place or event, representing real-world issues and occurrences'.
Seguing from PUNCTUATED EVOLUTION FAKERY-----to CLIMATE CHANGE FAKERY-----and the selling by global banking 1% of the social benefit of 5G----required for TELEMEDICINE as it KILLS HUMANITY-------
We use lots ANALOGY-----ALLEGORY in real information about goals of MOVING FORWARD. Today, we used CHRISTO'S COVERING and disappearing NORTH AMERICAN NEBULA as an allegory to goals of TRANSHUMANISTS.
'Christo's huge artworks: From the Arc de Triomphe to The Mastaba
Wrapping the Arc de TriompheThe renowned Bulgarian-born artist Christo has revealed his project for Paris: Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, scheduled for April 2020. Conceived in 1962, the triumphal arch will be enshrouded by a silvery-blue wrapping of recyclable artificial fabric clinging closely to the arch's shape, and bound by red rope. The inventive 83-year old artist previously worked with his deceased wife, Jeanne-Claude'.
PUNCTUATED EVOLUTION takes us back to the beginning of EARTH and its living creations.
'Early Earth had a hazy, methane-filled atmosphere
Mar 13, 2017 · A new research paper describes a period more than 2.4 billion years ago, when Earth's atmosphere was filled with a thick, methane-rich haze much like Saturn's moon Titan, seen here in an image ...'
Without coincidence, that is to where 5G and the INTERNET OF EVERYTHING------DEEP DEEP REALLY DEEP STATE takes our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE of NORTH AMERICA.
This description of a NEBULA is typical---lots and lots of IONIZED RADIATION with telescopes trying to see through all that GAS.
IONIZED RADIATION LOTS OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS CREATING CLOUDS OF THIS CHEMICAL OR THAT CHEMICAL.
'02.10.11 North America Nebula Disappears
This image layout compares visible (left) and infrared views of the North America nebula, taken by the Digitized Sky Survey and NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, respectively.
The nebula is named after its resemblance to the North America content in visible light. This visible view highlights the eastern seaboard and Gulf of Mexico regions. In infrared light, the continent disappears. The "Mexican Riviera" -- the west coast of Mexico -- seems to invert in texture and brightness, as does the "neck" region of the Pelican nebula, named for its resemblance to a pelican. This nebula can be seen to the right of the North America nebula in the visible image. The Gulf of Mexico transforms from a dark cloud into a "river" of hundreds of young stars.
These pictures look different in part because infrared light can penetrate dust whereas visible light cannot. Dusty, dark clouds in the visible image become transparent in Spitzer's view. In addition, Spitzer's infrared detectors pick up the glow of dusty cocoons enveloping baby stars.
The Spitzer image contains data from both its infrared array camera and multiband imaging photometer. Light with a wavelength of 3.6 microns has been color-coded blue; 4.5-micron light is blue-green; 5.8-micron and 8.0-micron light are green; and 24-micron light is red'.
The goals of 5G are to widen and lower the IONOSPHERE being that very chemically charged upper region of our EARTH'S atmosphere. This ionosphere is where radio waves et al operate FREELY AND RAPIDLY. These are exactly the conditions needed for a 5G platform tied to SPACE COLONY COMMUNICATIONS as well as DEEP DEEP REALLY DEEP STATE on Earth.
When global banking 1% lowers the ionosphere bringing all that RADIATION CHARGE down into more stable levels of atmosphere-----the OZONE LAYER is affected.
To get maximum radiation activity needed for 5G------reducing that OZONE LAYER is a PLUS for BLIND AMBITION SHIP OF FOOLS.
'The ionosphere allows the propagation of radio signals to distant places on Earth. It reflects radio waves back to Earth, thus facilitating radio communication. Free electrons in the ionosphere aid propagation of electromagnetic waves. Research is being done on the use of electromagnetic tethers (conducting wires or cables that use the ionosphere to extract energy from the Earth's magnetic field)'.
This is as a REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE environmentalist who is worried about CLIMATE CHANGE-----KNOWING natural climate change is predicted millions of years in the future---while MANUFACTURED CLIMATE CHANGE for 5G INTERNET OF EVERYTHING is HASTENING these climate change events.
PUNCTUATED EVOLUTION BRINGS EARLY EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE TO THE FUTURE.
PUNCTUATED EVOLUTION as a FAKE theory is tied to hiding the effects on our EARTH'S atmosphere from MOVING FORWARD 5G----
Global Warming Supporters Now Say Earth’s Magnetic Field Most Important
BREAKING NEWS: Global Warming Supporters Now Say Earth’s Magnetic Field Most Important
New research published in the Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, has provided scientists with greater insight into the climatic changes happening in the atmosphere. Scientists found that changes in the Earth’s magnetic field are more relevant to climate change than previously thought.
Understanding the cause of long-term change in this area helps scientists to predict what will happen in the future. This has key implications for life on Earth.
The increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration has been thought to be the main cause of climate change. This new study suggests that magnetic field changes taken place over the past century are more important.
Atmosphere, derived from atmos meaning vapor and sphaira meaning sphere, is composed of gases that surround our planet. It is held in place by the Earth's gravity. It has about 78.08% nitrogen, 29.95% oxygen, 0.38% carbon dioxide and 0.93% argon. The atmosphere also contains very small amounts of other gases and about 1% water vapor.
Earth's atmosphere is thicker at the innermost radius around the Earth and starts becoming thinner towards outer space. It is composed of five layers, where each layer plays a significant role in supporting life on Earth. The outermost layer marks the Earth's territory from outer space. The proportions of gases and their temperatures vary across layers, thus making the composition of each layer different from the other. The composition of each atmospheric layer influences its properties and leads to various atmospheric phenomena.
Starting from the lowest, the 5 layers of the Earth's atmosphere are troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and ionosphere. Troposphere is the first layer above the Earth's surface and contains around half of the Earth's atmosphere. Stratosphere, the stable layer is next, followed by mesosphere housing meteors and rock fragments. Thermosphere comes fourth. Above it lies the last atmospheric layer, ionosphere. It is a very thin layer that meets outer space through the exosphere.
The word is derived from Greek tropos meaning 'change' or 'turning'. It begins from the Earth's surface and extends to between 7 km at the poles and 17 km at the equator. It is wider at the equator and thins towards the poles.
Troposphere has a fairly uniform chemical composition, except for its water vapor content that decreases with height. Water vapor concentration is very less in the polar regions as compared to about 4% in the tropics. 99% of the water vapor in the Earth's atmosphere is contained in the troposphere.
The water vapor helps regulate air temperature as it absorbs solar energy and thermal radiation. The heating caused by solar energy reduces the density of air, causing it to rise. In the process of opposing the surrounding air, the air in this layer expends energy, resulting in a decrease in its temperature. The decreasing temperature causes the vapor content of the air to condense, resulting in an increase in the air mass. The troposphere contains about 80% of the total mass of the atmosphere.
Apart from water vapor, nitrogen (78%), oxygen (21%) and traces of argon and hydrogen ozone are present in this layer. The air we breathe is from the troposphere. Smog is also a constituent of the troposphere. Smoke and pollutants together with the fog present in this layer lead to production of smog. Lately, the percentage of carbon dioxide present in this layer has started rising, increasing the threat of global warming and greenhouse effect on Earth.
Weather changes occur in this layer of the atmosphere. The air at the equator is heated more than that at the poles, thus resulting in uneven heating by the Sun. This leads to convection currents in the air, causing movement of winds and moisture. Convection (heat transfer caused by motion of molecules within fluids or gases) facilitates vertical movement of heat in the troposphere. Horizontal heat transfer is achieved with the mechanism of advection (heat transfer caused by bulk motion of the fluid or gas).
Troposphere hosts the water cycle. Friction between air and the Earth's surface propels dust particles in the air. Their coming in contact with moisture leads to cloud formation, further leading to precipitation in the form of rains or snow.
The temperature of the troposphere drops with increase in altitude. The temperature at the bottom of the troposphere is 59 degrees F. For every 1,000 feet increase in height, the temperature drop is of 3.6 degrees F. This rate of change of temperature is known as the lapse rate. The temperature at the top of the troposphere can reach up to -110 degrees F. The temperature may be higher in areas where temperature inversion occurs (is an inversion layer in the atmosphere where temperature does not decrease with increasing height).
Did You Know?
According to a recent study, living bacteria were found in the middle and upper troposphere. It is yet to be known how they got there, what they thrive on and what role they play in cloud formation and precipitation.
The boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere is known as the tropopause. It can be defined as the point where the lapse rate changes from positive to negative. In other words, it's the point where air temperature stops decreasing with altitude.
The word is derived from the Latin word stratus meaning 'spreading out'. It begins above the troposphere and extends up to around 50 km. The bottom of the stratosphere starts at about 16 km near the equator and decreases up to 8 km near the poles.
It is the stratosphere which contains the ozone layer. The ozone layer is located between 15 and 35 km above the Earth's surface. The ozone layer contains ozone gas. This layer absorbs the sun's ultraviolet radiation, which can prove to be harmful to life on Earth.
The temperature-to-altitude relation in the stratosphere is opposite to that of the troposphere. Temperatures in this layer increase with a rise in altitude. That's the reason there is less convection and mixing in this layer, thereby making the layer relatively stable. Airflow from the stratosphere to the layers above or below it, occurs due to atmospheric waves and tides (oscillations in the atmosphere caused by factors like heat, gravity and the day-night cycle).
Most of the jet aircraft fly through the stratosphere avoiding the turbulence they face in the troposphere. Due to less convection in the layer, anything that gets there can stay there for long. This happens with CFCs from aerosols or other gases that are propelled into the stratosphere, by meteorites, volcanic eruptions or rockets.
The air in the stratosphere is dry and has very little water vapor. Due to lack of humidity, there is less cloud formation in this layer. In extremely low temperature conditions during the polar winters, clouds form in this layer. They are known as polar stratospheric clouds (PSCs) or nacreous clouds and they form at temperatures below -78 degrees C. They reflect sunlight to the ground and appear bright in color.
They differ in their chemical composition. Those containing water, nitric and sulfuric acids are responsible for ozone depletion in the polar regions. Those formed due to local cooling of the lower stratosphere contain water ice only and are observed in the northern polar regions.
Did You Know?
In 2009, Science Daily reported of the discovery of a new bacteria species in the upper stratosphere. It was discovered by Indian scientists at ISRO. With the joint efforts of CCMB, Hyderabad and NCCS, Pune in India, the samples were analyzed to conclude that there were 12 bacterial and 6 fungal colonies from which 9 were genetically similar to species on Earth.
Birds in the Stratosphere!
There have been reports of birds flying in the lower stratosphere. Ruppell's Vulture (considered as the highest-flying bird) had flown at a height of 11 km above sea level. Bar-headed geese are believed to have flown over Mt. Everest.
The boundary between the stratosphere and the mesosphere is known as the stratopause. In the stratosphere, temperature increases with height. Temperature attains a maximum value in the stratopause. It is located at 55 km above the Earth's surface.
The name is derived from Greek word mesos meaning 'middle'. It stretches from 50 km to around 80 to 85 km. The temperature of air in this layer decreases with increase in the height. Most of the meteors and rock fragments burn up in this layer before they can enter the Earth's stratosphere. It's due its composition, that meteors heat up and vaporize in this layer.
High up in the mesosphere, noctilucent clouds form over polar regions. They are also known as the polar mesospheric clouds. They form at heights unusual for any other type of clouds to form. They are thought to be made of ice crystals. They are resistant to UV radiation and glow brightly. The mesosphere also experiences lightnings called elves or sprites that are formed much above the thunderclouds in the troposphere.
Mesosphere has a sodium layer that is 5 km deep and made of un-ionized sodium atoms. This layer radiates and contributes to airglow (glowing of atmospheric air due to which the night sky never appears completely dark).
Air temperatures lower with increasing altitude. The top of the mesosphere called mesopause is the coldest part of the Earth's atmosphere. The temperature there is as low as -90 degrees C. Reduced solar heating and radiative emission of carbon dioxide leads to such low temperatures in this layer. This layer also shows tidal turbulence to gravity and planetary waves and also to zonal winds. Planetary waves and gravity waves generated in the lower layers propagate to the mesosphere and dissipate over there.
The air in the mesophere is very thin; so thin that gas atoms or molecules hardly ever interact with each other. It is too thin to give the thrust that aircraft require, making this layer unsuitable for planes to fly. It is this layer where 'space' begins.
Did You Know?
The height and composition of the mesosphere make it difficult to gather any data about it. Sounding rockets have been used to study this layer. Till today, scientists know very little about it.
The boundary between the mesosphere and the thermosphere is known as the mesopause. It can be defined as the area 80 km above the Earth's surface which forms the upper boundary of the mesosphere or the point in the upper mesosphere where atmospheric temperature reaches its lowest point.
The name is derived from Greek thermos meaning 'heat'. It extends from about 85 km to more than 640 km. The temperature of air in this layer increases with height in the lower regions after which it remains steady. A small change in energy can cause a large change in the air temperature of this layer. The temperature in this layer can rise up to 1,500 degrees Celsius or higher. It is the hottest layer in the atmosphere.
Oxygen present in this layer absorbs solar radiation, increasing the temperatures in this layer. The thermosphere is hotter during the day than at night. It absorbs most of Sun's heat. Sometimes the air expands, leading to an increase in height of the top of the thermosphere.
The air in this layer is very thin due to which gas particles hardly encounter each other. The high-energy UV and X-ray photons break down gas molecules. Thus, air in the upper thermosphere contains atomic oxygen, atomic nitrogen and helium. They even break apart electrons from gas particles, producing highly charged ions. These electrically charged ions and their collisions with electrically neutral gases give rise to electrical currents in some parts of the thermosphere.
Aurora is an interesting phenomenon that occurs in the thermosphere. At higher altitudes, charged particles collide with atoms and molecules exciting them into higher energy states. These excited atoms and molecules give out energy by emitting light which can be seen as a colorful aurora (also called northern and southern lights).
At a height of about 160 km, there exists an anacoustic zone. As the name suggests, it's the region where transmission of sound cannot take place. It's due to the thinness of air that does not allow molecules to interact, thereby making transmission of sound impossible.
Space shuttles orbit through the thermosphere. The International Space Station has an orbit between 320 and 380 kms in this layer. Due to changes in the density of air in this layer, satellites experience a drag force.
The outer boundary of the thermosphere is known as the thermopause. It is at a height of 500 to 1000 kms or higher.
That part of the atmosphere, which is ionized by solar radiation, is known as the ionosphere. As some scientists call it an extension of the thermosphere, it may not be regarded as a separate atmospheric layer. The temperature increases with increase in height. The ionosphere constitutes about 0.1% of the atmospheric mass. It forms the inner layer of the magnetosphere, or simply, the sphere of influence of Earth's magnetic/gravitational force. Even the ionosphere experiences auroras.
Based on which wavelength of sunlight is absorbed most frequently, the ionosphere is divided into three layers, namely D, E and F. The D region is roughly below 90 km and absorbs hard x-rays. The E region extends to about 150 km and absorbs soft x-rays. The F region extends up to about 600 km and absorbs extreme ultraviolet rays. It is further divided into layers F1 and F2. Layer F1 extends from 150 km to 240 km while F2 extends from 240 km to about 400 km. The density of electrons in this layer is higher than that in F1. The D and E layers weaken and even disappear during the night. They reflect radio waves of longer wavelengths (AM) while the F region reflects radio waves of shorter wavelengths. That is, layers D and E reflect low-frequency radio waves and the F layer reflects high-frequency radio waves.
The ionosphere allows the propagation of radio signals to distant places on Earth. It reflects radio waves back to Earth, thus facilitating radio communication. Free electrons in the ionosphere aid propagation of electromagnetic waves. Research is being done on the use of electromagnetic tethers (conducting wires or cables that use the ionosphere to extract energy from the Earth's magnetic field).
The word is derived from ancient Greek exo meaning 'outside' or 'external'. It is where the Earth's atmosphere meets the outer space. It houses free-moving particles that may migrate from the magnetosphere. It ranges from about 500-1000 km up to 10,000 km. Exosphere is the upper limit of the atmosphere. This layer is where atoms and molecules escape into space. The atmosphere becomes very thin in this layer.
This layer contains hydrogen and traces of helium, carbon dioxide and atomic oxygen. The air is so thin that it can be compared with the vacuum in space. Gas particles in the exosphere travel along curved paths. They either come down into the lower atmosphere due to Earth's gravitational pull or escape into outer space.
The lower boundary of the exosphere is known as the exobase or thermopause. It stretches from 500 to 1000 km. The height of the exobase varies with changes in the intensity of solar radiation. Below the thermopause, gas particles have atomic collisions. Above it, they have ballastic collisions.
The upper boundary is the distance at which the effect of pressure of the sun's rays on atomic hydrogen is more than that of the Earth's gravitational pull. Simply put, the sun's radiation exerts a force on the hydrogen atoms which is more than the force exerted by Earth's gravity. It is roughly at half the distance between the Earth and the Moon. 10,000 km is commonly considered as the boundary between the atmosphere and space.
At heights of 100,000 km, hydrogen atoms scatter UV radiation, creating a glow. It is known as geocorona.
Each layer of the Earth's atmosphere has a marked significance dictated by the layer's composition. The troposphere is home to all the weather changes while the ozone's protective envelop in the stratosphere helps life thrive on the planet. Owing to the mesospheric airglow, the night-sky is never pitch dark. The changing colors of the sky are a part of the optical phenomena, the atmospheric optics give rise to. Airplanes travel in the stratosphere, space shuttles travel through the thermosphere, while the ionosphere enables radio transmission. Atmosphere is the protective shield that makes the Earth a livable place.
Bringing the ionosphere down via operations like CHEMTRAILING-----puts pressure on our OZONE LAYER -----creating conditions for THINNING all around the EARTH---not only a HOLE here or there.
The stratosphere is the most stable of our atmosphere with little chemical reaction. When IONOSPHERE is lowered ---the OZONE layer thinned-----the stratosphere comes into radioactive play.
The first phase of satellites tied to 5G where placed in ionosphere OBAMA era with low-orbit satellite for 5G brought that into the stratosphere. Thinning the OZONE layer allows those lower-level satellites to receive radiation needed to have that same FASTEST AND FREELY moving radioactive spectra.
A thinning OZONE layer of course opens the door to damaging radiation for humans on ground. This is kind of the conditions existing on EARLY EARTH------when GOD was busy creating STARS AND SKY.
'It is the stratosphere which contains the ozone layer. The ozone layer is located between 15 and 35 km above the Earth's surface. The ozone layer contains ozone gas. This layer absorbs the sun's ultraviolet radiation, which can prove to be harmful to life on Earth'.
'Early Earth's Atmosphere Was Surprisingly Thin
- Scientific ...www.scientificamerican.com/article/early-earth-s... May 14, 2016 ·
Early Earth's Atmosphere Was Surprisingly Thin.
At the time, some 2.7 billion years ago, the Earth was spinning faster, and its newly formed moon raised much higher tides than Earth experiences today, Som said. It also may have been exposed to more ultraviolet light, as there was not yet an ozone layer'.
Without coincidence this is just what FAKE CLIMATE CHANGE blames on greenhouse gases-----seems they will be the ones THINNING THE OZONE LAYER.
When the ionosphere is lowered and the OZONE layer thinned------the stratosphere gets warmer. What happens when the stratosphere is WARMER-----more and more and more CLOUD COVER around the EARTH.
Which will bring CLOUD COVER first-----5G creating an UNSTABLE MIX OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS in our long-stable EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE----or CO2 release of METHANE ?
'Greenhouse gases lead to Earth's atmosphere thinning
The thermosphere is the highest layer in the atmosphere, and begins at an altitude of about 90 kilometers [60 miles]. The study utilized orbital tracking data for 27 space objects that have been aloft for over 30 years and whose closest approach to the Earth ranges from 200-800 kilometers [100-500 miles]'.
We are seeing more and more CHEMTRAIL activity in sky because 2019 brought the release of OBAMA-ERA funded low-level satellites for 5G.
HMMMM, 5G POSES DANGER TO OZONE LAYER----OR IS IT CLIMATE CHANGE? WE ARE SURE IT IS 5G AND CHEMTRAILS.
The seeding of CHEMTRAIL metals brings down that ionospheric radiation reactivity which thins the OZONE LAYER which makes the stratosphere MORE RADIOACTIVE and LESS STABLE.
5G Technology poses a Danger to the Ozone Layer
- 5G Technology poses a Danger to the Ozone Layer
by Taetske | 2:02 pm
(Last Updated On: September 17, 2019)Some good news, the Ozone Layer is recuperating
Often when nations come together to discuss some important matter which affects our planet and all her living things, humans included, the results are not always satisfactory. Lots of talking, multiple meetings and then, in the end, nothing tangible is reached.
The Montreal Protocol
One of the exceptions to this general rule is the Montreal Protocol. It was signed on the 26 of August 1987. The reason for an environmental meeting in Montreal was to address substances which deplete the ozone layer and to see how and when a reduction of these harmful substances were possible.
These dangerous substances, after having been released into the atmosphere through the venting of refrigeration gases, aerosol propellants, solvents, blowing agents for insulation foams, fire extinguishers and a host of other items, were making the ozone hole bigger each year.
The ozone layer in our atmosphere is vitally important because it blocks some of the ultraviolet (UV) radiation from reaching the surface of the earth. A particular kind of UV called UV-B can increase the risk of skin cancer, cataracts, and a suppressed immune system in humans. UV-B exposure can also damage terrestrial plant life, single cell organisms, and aquatic ecosystems.
The Montreal Protocol entered into force on 16 September of 1989, after the first meeting in May of the same year in Helsinki. New meetings followed over the years to see if the measures taken were followed by all and to discuss its effectiveness.
The fact that the ozone hole was getting bigger every year was very worrying. It is crucial for the survival of all living things on the planet, to have a good ozone layer. As mentioned, ozone blocks some of the UV-B but as the hole gets bigger, the increase in energy hitting the earth surface will also cause more ice to melt and that again causes new problems for the total world. If the arctic ice melts it causes big problems for the animals living there.
Polar bear and no ice
The Antarctic versus the Arctic
One has to distinguish between the Antarctic, which is the South Pole to the Arctic, which is the North Pole. Animals that live in the Arctic include the reindeer, polar bear, arctic fox, narwhal, walrus, and the musk ox. Polar bears burrow into vast snow banks to have their babies, then in the springtime, go hunting on the ice. If the ice is too thin, it is difficult for them to hunt. In summer the ice might completely disappear putting the survival of the polar bear at risk.
Animals that live In the Antarctic include the Adelie Penguins, Chinstrap Penguins, Leopard seal, Elephant seal, King Penguins, Emperor Penguins, and Killer Whales.
By September 2006, 19 years after the Montreal Protocol was signed, the Antarctic ozone hole had grown to its largest extent ever and that was worrying scientists and people alike. For 40 years, scientists had been warning of the dangers if the ozone layer (which surrounds the earth) would be damaged by ozone-depleting chemicals.
The reduction of these harmful substances has brought to light a secondary but a very important fact. Ozone-depleting substances are also very potent greenhouse gases. Reducing them has a positive result on the climate as well.
The health of the Ozone layer and human healthIn a 2015 report, it was mentioned that the Montreal Protocol will have a positive impact on human health. When the ozone layer is intact it will prevent 280 million cases of skin cancer, 1.5 million skin cancer deaths, and 45 million cases of cataracts in the U.S.
What is the current state of the Ozone Hole?
Well, the opinions vary. Some say it is getting smaller while others say there are no studies which can prove this.
The Ozone Hole is getting smaller?
It seems that the Antarctic ozone hole is slowly but surely reducing in size. This is good news and shows that the collective effort in reducing harmful chemicals has produced this positive fact.
Still, there is also bad news and scientist are still trying to find the reason or reasons for this phenomena. The ozone near the equator and in the middle latitudes of the globe continues to get thinner.
All this shows that there is still a considerable dis-balance and we cannot lower our guard. We have to realize a healthy ozone layer is vital for all living beings on this earth. We need it to survive.
Our modern inventions are harmful to the ozone layer
I think by now it is obvious for everybody that modern life inventions like fridges or air-conditioning, harms our environment and especially the ozone layer which protects us from harmful UV radiation. Up too now, we somehow know what we are confronting. Even if not enough is being done to maintain the ozone layer in a healthy state most people realize it is important.
Sadly there is an imminent danger one does not hear anything about. On this danger, there currently are no studies available. Neither are there any studies in the making and no funds are set aside to investigate. When you ask the question “How will high-frequency microwave radiation affect the ozone hole.”, Wikipedia replies “The page How will high-frequency microwave radiation effect the ozone hole, does not exist.”
Why did I ask this question?
Well, lately I have been writing about radiation in its different forms. From Wifi, microwave ovens, smart meters, cell phones, and 3G and 4G in general. It all influences our health and already there are many documented cases of people so sensitive to all this radiation they have to move to areas which still are, kind of, radiation free.
Hundreds of studies on 3G and 4GThere are many studies on 3G and 4G warning for the harmful effects. Especially babies and small children should be protected from these radiations. Sadly big technology companies do not have our safety in mind. They always need to bring to the market new and more powerful things. It seems that the public demands this. People are not informed about the health hazards and therefore always want the latest available.
Even if all this does not sound good, each person still has the ability to decide to participate in this electronic race. To have the latest smartphone is not an absolute necessity to all people yet. At least you can choose to buy it or not, and you decide the amount of time you give to this electronic device. If you do not have it glued to your ear 24 hours a day your brain will not suffer from constant radiation.
The Global threat of 5GSomething big is coming our way and with big, I do not mean good. We are on the verge of having 5G imposed upon us. We were not asked if we wanted this and neither are we informed about the health hazards this new upgrade will present.
Companies would probably hide any negative information they might have on this new radiation but the fact is no studies exist. There are so many studies on the dangers of radiation but it did not stop those companies from inventing more dangerous ones.
The contamination from satellite launches
20.000 satellites will be launched into Earth orbit in 2019.
The launching of these satellites will cause environmental harm as each launch will release ozone-destroying chemicals. Then, those satellites will be up there emitting their harmful 5G radiation. On a daily basis, they will send their harmful 5G radiation to the earth penetrating the ozone layer. The ozone layer could end up looking like a Gruyere cheese. Just try to visualize this for a moment. I find it awful that we are not informed about these dangers when actually we have a right to know.
Protect our World
Come and think about the idiocy of it all. On one side we have been trying to repair the ozone layer and now we will destroy it.
If you are worried for yourself, your family and world citizens then you can put your name on the manifest to join a Global Protest against 5G.
REMEMBER, 5G and chemtrail harm to human health is surface related as well------metals in chemtrails create conditions to lower ionosphere but those chemicals also will fall to EARTH layering micro---metal alloys on ground---in water-----on food sources. The increasing number of days we see CHEMTRAILING in the sky------hastens the conditions being sold as CLIMATE CHANGE------
CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL----BUT, NATURALLY IT WOULD BE MILLIONS OF YEARS FROM TODAY. 5G IS MANUFACTURED AS TOO THESE HARMFUL AND DANGEROUS ATTACKS ON OUR STABLE EARTH ATMOSPHERIC LAYERS.
We had a great window design for Christmas at our PRATT LIBRARY showing a POLAR BEAR trying to escape all those RADIATION WAVES by hiding in an IGLOO OF PLASTIC.
MAN--------WHEN WILL OUR US 99.9% OF WE THE PEOPLE BLACK, WHITE, AND BROWN GET RID OF THOSE GLOBAL BANKING 1% BLIND AMBITION SHIP OF FOOLS?
Elana Freeland speaks at the Chemtrails/Geo-engineering summit at San Francisco 7-29-17.
Patrick Roddie gives the introduction. This is a condensed version o...
Under an Ionized Sky - Chemtrails
Elana Freeland speaks at the Chemtrails/Geo-engineering summit at San…
Elana Freeland speaks at the Chemtrails/Geo-engineering summit at San Francisco 7-29-17. Patrick Roddie gives the introduction. This is a condensed version o...