This must- see YouTube video from the Australian-based Clean air and water.net, reports on rainwater test results from a government laboratory. For those on dial up who can not easily watch videos, go to the link here for the write up.
White Clouds of Death
It mentions that boron, which is not normally present in the atmosphere to any significant degree, was found at 4,000 times over the safe level as defined by the World Health Organisation in rainwater collected. Signs of acute boron toxicity in animals include depression, ataxia, convulsions, and death; kidney degeneration and testicular and ovarian atrophy. Fertility rates have fallen. Could the presence of boron at high levels in the environment be one reason why fertility rates are relatively low?
It also mentions that iron has been found at 2,000 over the safe level, aluminium at 780 times over the safe level, arsenic at 593 times over the safe level, manganese at 4,000 times over the safe level, barium at 300 times over the safe level and zinc at 8,000 times over the safe level. Hear it for yourself here:
To see Part 2, posted on the 9th of February, 2010, click on: