This a great interview.
Most of the info is verifiable.
Are there any other reports of chemtrails containing radioactive compounds?
Yes, thorium actually. Another reason why cancer rates have climbed in recent years?http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Radio_Active_Thorium.php
STOP SPRAYING CALIFORNIA!
California Chemtrail Information - Radio Active Thorium
Radioactive Thorium and Chemtrails
Radioactive thorium is known to cause leukemia and other cancers.
Source: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, July 1999; For information on thorium in chemtrails: "The Methodic Demise of Natural Earth," Dr. Mike Castle, 3-27-04, www.willthomas.net
Awarded to Hughes Aircraft in 1990, US Patent 5003186 for "Welsbach Seeding" claims that Welsbach materials containing thorium and oxides of metals capable of reflecting near-infrared heat into space could be dispersed behind high-flying aircraft into Greenhouse Gas Layers at stratospheric altitudes. Recommended by scientists as imminent as Freeman Dyson and Dr. Edward Teller, this aerial spray programs will impact our shared environment as patented particles of 1 to 10 microns fall back to the surface. Artificial particulates of this size are classified PM-1 PM10 high densities, and are considered by the US Environmental Protection Agency as "a human health concern" if inhaled. Thorium and various oxides cited in atmospheric modification patents are proven or "suspect" carcinogens.http://www.gooptroop.com/gtroop/JetFuel/Chemtrails-JP8TungstenJetFuel-LeukemiaClusters.htm
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not to be confused with thallium or thulium.
Thorium ( /ˈθɔəriəm/ THOHR-ee-əm) is a chemical elementwith the symbol Th and atomic number 90. Thorium is a naturally occurring, slightly radioactive metal. A Thorium atom has 90protons and 90 electrons, of which 4 are valence electrons. Jöns Jakob Berzelius discovered it in 1828 and named it after Thor, theNorse god of thunder.
In nature, thorium is found as thorium-232 (100.00%). Thorium decays slowly by emitting an alpha particle. The half-life of thorium-232 is about 14.05 billion years. It is estimated to be about three to four times more abundant than uranium in the Earth's crust. It is a by-product of the extraction of rare earthsfrom monazite sands. The formerly widespread uses of thorium, for example as a light emitting material in gas mantles or as an alloying material in several metals, have decreased due to concerns about its radioactivity.
Thorium-232 was used for breeding nuclear fuel – uranium (233), for example, in the molten-salt reactor experiment (MSR) from 1964 to 1969. After most of the initial test reactors were closed down, Russia, India and other countries are reconsidering the use of thorium fuel cycle for the production of nuclear power.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorium