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Why Is Aluminium In The Rainwater? Geo-engineering & Chemtrails

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flaming_red_pill:

--- Quote from: KiwiClare on May 18, 2010, 04:48:59 AM ---
Maybe he signed a non-disclosure agreement?   Here is a report about aerosols written by people from NASA.  An official document regarding aerosols from the U.S. Climate Change Science Program, Synthesis and Assessment Product 2.3
January 2009. Link here:

http://downloads.climatescience.gov/sap/sap2-3/sap2-3-final-report-all.pdf


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--- Quote ---FEDERAL EXECUTIVE TEAM
Director, Climate Change Science Program: ................................William J. Brennan
Director, Climate Change Science Program Office: ..................... Peter A. Schultz

Lead Agency Principal Representative to CCSP,
Associate Director for Research, Earth Science Division,
National Aeronautics and Space Administration: .........................Jack Kaye
Lead Agency Point of Contact, Earth Science Division,
National Aeronautics and Space Administration: ...........................Hal Maring
Product Lead, Laboratory for Atmospheres,
Earth Science Division, Goddard Space Flight Center,
National Aeronautics and Space Administration: ..........................Mian Chin
Chair, Synthesis and Assessment Product Advisory Group
Associate Director, National Center for Environmental
Assessment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: ....................Michael W. Slimak
Synthesis and Assessment Product Coordinator,
Climate Change Science Program Office: ...................................... Fabien J.G. Laurier
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NASA: HORIZON TO HORIZON BULLSHIT



TahoeBlue:
It is interesting that one of the MAIN INHIBITORS for plant growth is ALUMINUM in soil.


Aluminum toxicity in acidic soils limits crop production in as much as half the world's arable land, mostly in developing countries in Africa, Asia and South America

Native plants have developed to grow in spite of aluminum present in native soils, but crop plants are very sensitive to aluminum in soil.  

In native soils there is a symbiotic relationship with a fungi called mycorrhizae that allow plants to uptake nutrients in Aluminum soils.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycorrhiza
...
Resistance to toxicity
Fungi have been found to have a protective role for plants rooted in soils with high metal concentrations, such as acidic and contaminated soils.

Just search: aluminum plant growth - This has been a major topic for the last 10 - 20 years:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&source=hp&q=aluminum+plant+growth&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

Example:

http://www.actabp.pl/pdf/3_2001/673-686s.pdf
Effect of aluminium on plant growth and metabolism

Aluminium toxicity is one of the major factors that limit plant growth and development in many acid soils. Root cells plasma membrane, particularly of the root apex, seems to be a major target of Al toxicity. However, strong interaction of Al 3+ , the main Al toxic form, with oxygen donor ligands (proteins, nucleic acids, polysaccharides) results in the inhibition of cell division, cell extension, and transport. Although the identification of Al tolerance genes is under way, the mechanism of their expression remains obscure.

http://www.springerlink.com/content/x2252r163r825xq2/
Abstract  A factorial experiment was conducted to determine the effect of aluminium (0 and 600M) and media (sand, and 1:1 sand:soil) on mycorrhizal (M) and non-mycorrhizal (NM) highbush blueberry plantlets.

http://horticulture.cfans.umn.edu/vd/h5015/97papers/sturges.html
THE USE OF MYCORRHIZAE IN MINED LAND RECLAMATION
Susan Sturges

Mined land sites are generally known to be nutrient poor and contain soils that are in dire need of stabilization to prevent erosion. Marked by the beginning works of J. R. Schramm, mine reclamation practices have included the use of mycorrhizal inocula to establish successful plant communities on mined sites (Danielson 1985). Mycorrhizae benefit the vegetation by increasing a plantís ability to survive in a nutrient poor and water deficient environment (Norland 1993).

In undisturbed ecosystems, mycorrhizal relationships occur naturally. Mined sites, however, are chemically, physically, and biologically altered and often lack the necessary quantity of mycorrhizal fungi to sustain a tolerant plant community (Norland 1993). Several types of mycorrhizal inocula are currently in use and will be examined according to their practicality and economy to site specificity.

http://www.springerlink.com/content/p72g566g32mu391r/
Abstract  Aluminum in acidic conditions is toxic to plants.

Aluminum tolerance in some plant species has been ascribed to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal symbiosis.

http://www.researchgrantdatabase.com/g/3P41RR005959-09S10042/TOLERANCE-TO-ALUMINUM-IN-SOIL-BY-MYCORRHIZAL-and-NON-MYCORRHIZAL-PINES/
TOLERANCE TO ALUMINUM IN SOIL BY MYCORRHIZAL And NON MYCORRHIZAL PINES

Abstract: The number of reports within the literature describing plant response to Al3+ exposure reflects a widespread and growing concern about the effects of Al3+ release.

Release of this potentially toxic element can occur through several processes, including profound environmental disturbance such as coal mining or "acid rain".

http://crop.scijournals.org/cgi/content/full/42/5/1541

ALUMINUM TOXICITY is a limiting factor for crop production on acid soils, which comprise a significant fraction of the world's arable lands and include many areas of the tropics and subtropics (von Uexkull and Mutert, 1995).

In acid soils, the predominant form of aluminum is Al3+, which stunts root system development and thus leads to chronic drought and nutrient deficiency stresses (Kochian, 1995).

The development of Al-tolerant genotypes of many crop species has contributed greatly to increased crop productivity on acid soils, and future agricultural expansion onto acidic soils ensures that Al tolerance will remain an important crop improvement goal.

http://news.mongabay.com/bioenergy/2008/10/breakthrough-biochemists-find-method.html
October 03, 2008

Aluminum toxicity is a global agricultural problem severely limiting agricultural productivity in more than half of the world's arable land. The problem is especially severe in large parts of the developing world, where acid soils are predominant.

...a team of scientists from the University of California, Riverside has determined that it is not aluminum toxicity that is directly responsible for inhibiting plant growth. The researchers identified a factor in plant cells, called AtATR, that functions as a built-in DNA surveillance system for alerting the plant of damage from excess aluminum and shutting down growth.

Plants actively monitor aluminum-dependent damage through AtATR. But by breaking this assessment mechanism in a plant growing in soil with high aluminum content, we were able to stimulate plant growth again because the plant was no longer able to sense the damage aluminum caused. In other words, by bypassing this growth checkpoint, plants are not able to sense the effects of aluminum; they continue to grow even in an aluminum-toxic environment that is highly inhibitory to a normal Arabidopsis plant. - Paul Larsen, associate professor of biochemistry, lead author of the study

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/08/070827163025.htm

Crop Engineered To Grow In Poisonous Soil
Aug. 29, 2007
Now, Cornell researchers have cloned a novel aluminum-tolerant gene in sorghum and expect to have new genetically-engineered aluminum-tolerant sorghum lines by next year.
...
The researchers have now used the sorghum gene to engineer transgenic aluminum-tolerant Arabidopsis thaliana (a small mustard plant used in plant research because of its small genome and short life cycle) and wheat plants. Sorghum is harder to genetically transform, Kochian said
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A silvery-white metal, aluminum is the most abundant metallic element in the Earth's crust. Never found in the metallic form in nature, it occurs instead in compounds

Larsen's lab will work on identifying other factors in plants that detect DNA damage. His lab also plans to induce the AtATR mutation into crop plants such as tomato and corn to increase their aluminum tolerance.


needguide:
I did not want to start a thread,,,Here is a link to demonize a good dok...



http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-world/20100524/EU.Britain.Autism.Doctor/

TahoeBlue:
Another interesting article.

Notice instead of developing a "Super MYCORRHIZAE" fungus for crop plants (a hard problem) , they go for GMO "aluminum resistant" crops (technically easy today with bad side effects) ....

Also realize no one knows where our basic crops came from... Corn, Wheat, Rice... were supposedly selectively developed by our hunter gatherer ancestors ten thousand years ago. Right...

To this day they cannot find the original genetic progenitors of these crops. 

"What in the World are They Spraying?" - Official Trailer -  2010 May 24, from G. Edward Griffin

Comments:

This could be a soft-genocide.
Submitted by Citizen Joe on Wed, 05/26/2010 - 00:09.
The GMO companies with patents on aluminum resistant seeds need to be brought forth and questioned about their relationship with who are spraying. This could be prima fascia evidence of a conspiracy to commit genocide and racketeering.

If this is true and organic plants aren't reproducing because of the spraying this could be catastrophic. Less food means less people or at the very least a reason to promote having less people.

Monsanto
Submitted by BigT on Wed, 05/26/2010 - 07:38.
has a patent on aluminum-resistant seeds.
http://farmwars.info/?p=2927

Here is an artice from MIT Technology today, in which the author says,"The problem is that we have all these crop plants--wheat and corn and barley, and so on--that didn't evolve or get developed in aluminum-toxic soils", and it also mentions that alot of the soil today especially in the US, is full of aluminum.
It says aluminum is "common" in soils like clay, but it doesn't say that it was always that way, or how it got that way.
An interesting note is that it states that DNA is damaged by aluminum.
http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/21454/?a=f

TahoeBlue:
bump for chemtrails since AJ mentioned it today.


--- Quote ---In native soils there is a symbiotic relationship with a fungi called mycorrhizae that allow plants to uptake nutrients in Aluminum soils.
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