Jet Fuel Emissions and Chemtrails
The Navy 5-Year Warfare testing in California includes many toxic chemicals including Jet Fuel Emissions.
The Effect of Jet Fuel Emissions on Humans
By ChristopherS, eHow Contributor
updated: June 2, 2010
Jet fuel pollution has been found to cause health problems in humans.
Commercial airplanes and military aircraft technology have proved to be an enormous benefit to society in the realm of individual transportation and protecting national security. However, one cost of this benefit is the potential effect of jet fuel on human health. Jet fuel ingredients and additives have been shown to cause negative health effects in laboratory animals, ranging from mild symptoms to cancer, and in extreme cases, death.
Jet fuels are the most common fuels used in turbine engines around the world and are utilized the most for aviation fuels. During World War II, Kerosene was used most widely for jet engines due to its availability, and it has remained as a centerpiece to fuel the modern jet aircraft. Jet propulsion fuel (known as JP-8) is essentially the same as jet fuel for the commercial airline industry (i.e. Jet A), yet it also contains performance enhancing additives.
Health Effects of Jet Fuel
The health effects of jet fuel on humans varies depending on dose, exposure, and the route of contamination to the body. The non-cancerous health effects are irritation, redness, and skin rash if exposure is through skin contact as well as varrying neurotoxicity effects, including delayed eye blink response. Although benzene---an ingredient in jet fuel---is identified as a human carcinogen by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there are no definitive studies in humans which show that it causes cancer or leukemia.
Health Effects of Jet Fuel Additives
Perchlorate, a powdery additive that is an ingredient in rocket fuel, is known to have health effects on humans due to its contamination in groundwater sources present in over 20 states. Initially entering groundwater, perchlorate makes its way into the U.S. foodchain through crops and livestock. Although the additive has minimal health risks in average adults, it can affect thyroid hormone levels, which can potentially inhibit brain development in fetuses or newborns.
Although it is difficult for scientists to measure the potential dose (or quantity that causes effects) that humans have when exposed to jet fuel and its additives, health effects such as cancer and leukemia have been found in laboratory animals. However, it is important to note that modeling such effects in animals cannot be directly applied to humans. Physical proximity to airports (for example, where their residence is located) and frequency of airline travel are two factors that increase a person's exposure to jet fuel.
Residents who live near commercial airports or military bases often have expressed concern over the potential environmental health effects of jet fuel pollution. However, studies conducted by the Illinois and Washington State Departments of Health near the O'Hare, Midway and SeaTac airports found no evidence to substantiate a clear elevation of cancer cases in the surrounding communities. Similarly, studies suggest that there are no elevated cancer and leukemia rates related to aircraft emissions near the Fallen, Nevada Naval Training Station.
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The Atlantic, the Pacific & the Gulf of Mexico are all in harms way as the U.S. Navy, and in some cases the U.S. Air Force, have initiated multiple 5-Year Warfare testing on both land and in ocean areas. (The NWTRC map on the right is only one of the many ongoing or proposed warfare testing areas planned by the U.S. Navy.)
(Your coastal region, including island areas, may already have a draft envManganesemental impact statement online ready to be approved by the Navy and rubber-stamped by NOAA...Check the pdf files for information regarding your coastal region or state for public comment deadlines or EnvManganesemental Impact Statement current status. Find out if there is already an ongoing weapons and sonar testing program in your region that has been approved.)
Letter from several Senators including Senator Barbara Boxer to NOAA-June 17, 2009:
"...In many regions, the Navy plans to increase the number of its exercises or expand the areas in which they may occur, and virtually every coastal state will be affected. Some exercises may occur in the nation's most biologically sensitive marine habitats, including National Marine Sanctuaries and breeding habitat for the endangered North Atlantic right whale. In all, the Navy anticipates more than 2.3 million takes
(significant disruptions in marine mammal foraging, breeding, and other essential behaviors) per year, or 11.7
million takes over the course of a five-year permit..."
Click on image for full version, click here for pdf-version (11.6MB) for printing .
Short Term Effects of Chemtrails:
- Brain Fog
- Breathing difficulties (Unexplained)
- Chronic sore or raspy throat
- Eye and skin irritations
- Flatulence (gas)
- Flu-like symptoms
- itching (Unexplained)
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Nose bleeds (Unexplained)
- Panic attacks
- Persistent coughing
- Respiratory problems
- Stomach aches
- Suicidal thoughts
- Tinnitus (distant ringing in ears or high pitched sound after spraying)
- And many other symptoms
Long Term Effects of Chemtrails:
- Acid Reflux
- (ADHD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Aluminum build up in Pineal Gland
- Autism (evidence links autism to mercury)
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Blood in the Urine
- Borderline personality disorder
- Cancer (linked to many types of cancers)
- Chronic Fatigue
- Easy Bruising
- Eye problems - * Nearsightedness & Farsightedness (by altering interocular fluid eye
- Floaters In the Eyes
- Heart Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
- Heart Disease
- High Cholesterol
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Learning Disabilities
- Lung diseases
- Lupus Erythematosus
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Oily Skin (Elevated DHT)
- Parkinson's Disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Short-Term Memory Loss
- Sleep Disorders
- Spider Veins
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ears – 700 million cases of Tinnitus reported worldwide)
- White Coating On the Tongue
- And many other symptoms