“We think these air borne filaments could result from the recombination of substances that are rejected at high altitude in the atmosphere by jet engines.”
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013 (Source)
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Samples collected from individuals, entrusted to Analytika (Center for Independent Research and Expetises Organic Chemistry, located in Cuers, Var, France).
Evidence was such that a French local newspaper “Le Dauphine” published the story.
The report recently published by Analytika analysis provides scientific evidence of anthropogenic origin of these filaments. Among the many various known organic compounds are detected in the composition of fuels and lubricants for aircraft engines molecules, including several phthalates, “endocrine disruptors”.
Photos of aircraft filaments
The report recently published by Analytika analysis provides scientific evidence of anthropogenic origin of these filaments. Among the many various known organic compounds are detected in the composition of fuels and lubricants for aircraft engines molecules, including several phthalates , “endocrine disruptors”.20131030_Dumas-18_Rapport_analytique_AnAlytikA
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Organophosphates: An organophosphate (sometimes abbreviated OP) or phosphate ester is the general name for esters of phosphoric acid. Phosphates are probably the most pervasive organophosphorus compounds. Many of the most important biochemicals are organophosphates, including DNA and RNA as well as many cofactors that are essential for life. Organophosphates are the basis of many insecticides, herbicides, and nerve agents. The United States Environmental Protection Agency lists organophosphates as very highly acutely toxic to bees, wildlife, and humans. Recent studies suggest a possible link to adverse effects in the neurobehavioral development of fetuses and children, even at very low levels of exposure. Organophosphates are widely used as solvents, plasticizers, and EP additives.
Several samples of « air borne filaments » collected in November and December 2012 throughout the french territory were sent to our laboratory (originating from Thénioux, Saint Clément des Levées, Saint Martin de Crau, and Malabat (collection points located on the map of France, page 118).
For each of these samples, two Curie-Point thermal desorption experiments were conducted at 445°C, directly as well as after in-situ methylation (a process allowing detection of polar compounds potentially present).
The organic compounds generated in this series of eight experiments were – each time – separated by gas chromatography and identified by mass spectrometry (GC/MS).
The data obtained were interpreted and the detailled results are presented in this analytical report. It appears that these « air borne filaments » are complex organic polymers, containing many synthetic chemicals, as evidenced by GC/MS screening of their thermal decomposition products. Many organic molecules commonly encountered in the composition of jet fuels and jet reactors lubricants were evidenced in this investigation.
The four samples studied contain several toxic synthetic compounds (phthalates) and three of them contain DEHP, a member of this family of particular concern due to its properties of endocrin disruptor.
All organic molecules, particularly the heterocyclic compounds, present in the « air borne filaments » samples represent a strong concern, for public health as well as environmental protection.
We think these « air borne filaments » could result from the recombination of substances that are rejected at high altitude in the atmosphere by jet engines.
Considering the fast growth rate of the world-wide air transportation industry, the results of our preliminary study should draw the attention of the public opinion and of the media on this new form of atmospheric pollution.
Hoping the scientific community will soon begin studies to understand the subject, so that the air transportation authorities can play an efficient role in controlling this new form of global atmospheric pollution.
The interview TVCYL Zamora made three weeks ago. We are still surprised by this great opportunity that has given us the zamorana television to express what is happening.
This document will help us to give visibility to a problem of global magnitude and incalculable life impact on the planet . I appreciate their dissemination.
Atmospheric airborne filaments, collected on the ground from several places in France during the end of year 2012 by simple citizens, have been submitted to AnAlytikA (Independent Center for Investigations and Appraisals in Organic Chemistry, located in Cuers, Var, France).
The analytical report recently published by AnAlytikA gives the scientific evidences of the anthropic origin of these filaments.
Among many organic components detected, several molecules are known to be present in fuels and lubricants of aviation reactors, including several endocrin disrupting “phtalates”.
Bernard Tailliez, Founder and Scientific Director of AnAlytikA is concerned that his investigations reveal a new form of atmospheric pollution, directly induced by air traffic.
The scientific community and relevant authorities -now alerted- must quickly improve their knowledge of the origin and consequences, on health and on climate, of this new form of atmospheric pollution.
And publish their findings, since : “The obligation to suffer gives us the right to know” (Jean Rostand).
AnAlytikA wish to thank ACSEIPICA and the citizens who participated in collecting samples and financing investigations : without such citizen engagement the issue in question would never have attracted the attention of the authorities