Selasa, 20 Agustus 2013



The consequences of mass spraying, according to neurosurgeon Russell L. Blaylock

According to neurosurgeon Russell L. Blaylock, degenerative disease, especially neurological disorders like Alzheimer's are growing at an alarming rate, due in major part to the mass spraying of nanosized aluminum into the atmosphere.

According to medical literature, nanosized particles are "infinitely more reactive and induce intense inflammation in a number of tissues."

Dr. Blaylock states, "Of special concern is the effect these nanoparticles have on the brain and spinal cord, as a growing list of neuro-degenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's dementia, Parkinson's disease, and Lou Gehrig's disease."

Blaylock explains further that aluminum nano particles can easily penetrate the brain through the blood and olfactory nerves in the nose. Passing through the olfactory neural tracts, aluminum particles easily penetrate the area of the brain most affected by Alzheimer's disease.

Furthermore, in Alzheimer's cases, this part of the brain has shown to contain the highest level of aluminum!

The aluminum particles also enter the body through the respiratory system, where they have been shown to cause tremendous inflammation in the lungs, further aggravating conditions like asthma and pulmonary diseases. Due to their small size, the aluminum particles can even enter the gastrointestinal tract and can disperse into many other organs and tissues in the body, including the spinal cord.

As a neurosurgeon who interacts daily with neurological disease, Dr. Blaylock addresses states his objections to the global spraying of aluminum into the skies, "Steps need to be taken now to prevent an impending health disaster of enormous proportions if this project is not stopped immediately. Otherwise we will see an explosive increase in neurodegenerative diseases occurring in adults and the elderly in unprecedented rates as well as neurodevelopment disorders in our children. We are already seeing a dramatic increase in these neurological disorders and it is occurring in younger people more than ever before."