Air travel is becoming ever more hazardous to human health for a host of reasons. Not only are air travelers inhaling high concentrations of toxic particulates as they fly through various layers of solar radiation atmospheric haze (contributing to aerotoxic syndrome impacting passengers and crews), radiation clouds at aviation altitudes also pose a dire threat.
Climate engineering and the health dangers of air travel are completely interwoven issues.
A recently published study in a peer-reviewed journal is now acknowledging the radiation clouds and the dangers they present to air travelers.
Jan. 20, 2017: A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Space Weather reports the discovery of radiation “clouds” at aviation altitudes. When airplanes fly through these clouds, dose rates of cosmic radiation normally absorbed by air travelers can double or more.
“We have flown radiation sensors onboard 264 research flights at altitudes as high as 17.3 km (56,700 ft) from 2013 to 2017,” says Kent Tobiska, lead author of the paper and PI of the NASA-supported program Automated Radiation Measurements for Aerospace Safety (ARMAS). “On at least six occasions, our sensors have recorded surges in ionizing radiation that we interpret as analogous to localized clouds.”
Though there are countless forms of anthropogenic activity negatively affecting the atmosphere and ozone layer (including the ongoing Fukushima disaster), climate engineering aerosol spraying and the accompanying radio frequency/microwave transmissions are a primary factor that is wreaking havoc on the biosphere, the atmosphere, and all of Earth’s life support systems.
Though the chart above reflects the official narrative for UV exposure, official sources are not disclosing the off the chart UV radiation levels that now showing up even at ground levels (including UVC). At higher altitudes, much higher concentrations of radiation are present and at far more dangerous UV spectrums.
The full spectrum of electromagnetic radiation is much more extensive than just UV radiation.
Electromagnetic radiation exposure is a very real danger, what is the full extent of damage being done to Earth’s atmosphere from the ongoing climate intervention operations?
The vast majority of air travelers are not even slightly aware of the risks they are taking when they fly.
Ongoing geoengineering/solar radiation management programs have transformed skies all over the globe. Geoengineered skies in Volo, Illinois. Photo credit: Robert Snell
The fact that air travelers absorb radiation is not news. Researchers have long known that cosmic rays crashing into Earth’s atmosphere create a spray of secondary particles such as neutrons, protons, electrons, X-rays and gamma-rays that penetrate aircraft. 100,000 mile frequent flyers absorb as much radiation as 20 chest X-rays—and even a single flight across the USA can expose a traveler to more radiation than a dental X-ray.
Conventional wisdom says that dose rates should vary smoothly with latitude and longitude and the height of the aircraft. Any changes as a plane navigates airspace should be gradual. Tobiska and colleagues have found something quite different, however: Sometimes dose rates skyrocket for no apparent reason.
Most of the human race takes Earth’s protective atmosphere for granted, this is a grave mistake.
We are told that the Earth’s atmosphere stops most types of electromagnetic radiation from reaching Earth’s surface, but current metering and corroborating data greatly disputes this official narrative. (Image credit: STScI/JHU/NASA)
We are all immersed in an increasingly toxic and radiated environment that is rapidly taking its toll on our health and the entire web of life. Of all the dangers we face, the ongoing climate engineering/weather warfare is mathematically the most dire and immediate threat we face short of nuclear cataclysm. We will sink or swim together. If the human race is to have any chance of long term survival, a complete course correction of our species must occur in the very near term. Who will join this epic battle to sound the alarm? Who will stand and make their voice heard for the greater good?
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