Chemtrails: Autism Increase Linked to High Particulate Air Pollution

High Particulate Air Pollution

High Particulate Air Pollution


















COMMENT: The Harvard study began in 1989 just as the DoD published the “Chemtrails” manual for the USAF Air Force Academy.  This was followed by a significant increase in covert aerosol spraying over North America and ultimately the entire planet through 2014 with no end in sight as the covert aerosol spraying continues with unbelievable impunity.

dr-russell_blaylock-mug-CaptionThese fine particulates are referred to as “chemtrails” by civilian observers.  Lab analysis collected from many sources over the past decade confirm these aerosols regularly contain nano-particulates of the heavy metals, Aluminum, Barium, Strontium and other contaminants including bio-engineered, cross-domain organisms linked to Morgellons Syndrome.

Neurologist, Dr. Russel Blaylock predicted that aluminum in chemtrails would cause an epidemic of neurological disorders with a focus on premature dementia or Alzheimers.



Autism Risk Linked to Particulate Air Pollution

December 18, 2014

NEW YORK, Dec 18 (Reuters) – Children whose mothers were exposed to high levels of fine particulate pollution in late pregnancy have up to twice the risk of developing autism as children of mothers breathing cleaner air, scientists at Harvard School of Public Health reported on Thursday.


The Harvard study included children of the 116,430 women in the Nurses’ Health Study II, which began in 1989. The researchers collected data on where the women lived while pregnant and levels of particulate pollution. They then compared the prenatal histories of 245 children with autism spectrum disorder to 1,522 normally-developing children, all born from 1990 to 2002.

There was no association between autism and fine particulate pollution before or early in pregnancy, or after the child was born. But high levels of exposure during the third trimester doubled the risk of autism.

Evidence that a mother-to-be’s exposure to air pollution affects her child’s risk of autism “is becoming quite strong,” said Harvard epidemiologist Marc Weisskopf, who led the study, suggesting a way to reduce the risk.

It is not clear how tiny particles might cause autism, but they are covered with myriad contaminants and penetrate cells, which can disrupt brain development.

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Source: Chemtrails Planet