“Chemtrails” Sited as Culprit in Fresh Water Aluminum Oxide Nanoparticle Toxicity 7

Ceriodaphnia dubia as a Potential Bio-Indicator for Assessing Acute Aluminum Oxide Nanoparticle Toxicity in Fresh Water Environment

PLOS

  • Published: September 5, 2013
  • DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074003

Excerpt of interest refers to “chemtrails” a description used in an article authored by neurologist, Russell Blaylock.

“With increasing proliferation in the usage it is certain that aluminum oxide nanoparticles will ultimately find a way into the biosphere [17], chemtrails left by jet fuel have already raised concerns over their role increased incidences of Alzheimer disease [18]. Several relevant studies concerning aluminum oxide nanoparticles toxicity include its detrimental effects on prokaryotic microorganisms [19], microalgae species [20], aquatic cladocerans [21], earthworms [22], nematodes [23], zebra fish [24] and cell lines [25]. Despite the growing market size of aluminum oxide and its proven toxicity record we feel that there is a dearth of available literature concerning its toxicity in the aquatic environment and a significant knowledge gap exists between time dependent monitoring of bioavailability and resulting toxicity of nanoparticles [26].”

dr-russell_blaylock-mug-Caption(18) Blaylock RL (2013) Chemtrails, Nanoaluminum and Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Effects. Available: Global Research 

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Article Abstract:

Growing nanomaterials based consumer applications have raised concerns about their potential release into the aquatic ecosystems and the consequent toxicological impacts. So environmental monitoring of the nanomaterials in aqueous systems becomes imperative. The current study reveals the potential of Ceriodaphnia dubia (C. dubia) as a bio-indicator for aluminum oxide nanoparticles in a fresh water aquatic ecosystem where it occupies an important ecological niche as a primary consumer. This study aims to investigate the aluminium oxide nanoparticle induced acute toxicity on Ceriodaphnia dubia in a freshwater system. The bioavailability of the aluminum oxide nanoparticles has been studied with respect to their aggregation behavior in the system and correlated with the toxicity endpoints. The oxidative stress generated by the particles contributed greatly toward their toxicity. The crucial role of leached aluminium ion mediated toxicity in the later phases (48 h and 72 h) in conjunction with the effects from the nano-sized particles in the initial phases (24 h) puts forth the dynamics of nanotoxicity in the test system. The internalization of nanoparticles (both gross and systemic uptake) as substantiated through the transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectral (ICP-OES) analysis was another major contributor toward acute toxicity. Concluding the present study, Ceriodaphnia dubia can be a promising candidate for bio-monitoring the aluminium oxide nanoparticles in a fresh water system.

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Chemtrails Sited as Culprit in Aluminaum Oxide toxicity

7 comments

  1. Well if you think about it, we are organic and do absorb our surroundings in all ways, air, water and food. If you spray livestock, water supply’s and any farms growing fruit/produce, you than have it being absorbed into everyone no matter what. When you wash your hands and more, all that water is being contaminated by aerial spraying…

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