Airborne pollutants have been linked to allergies, genetic mutations, and infertility.
In a NASA article titled “Airborne Pollutants Know No Borders” they stated that, “Any
substance introduced into the atmosphere has the potential to circle the
Earth.” Jet stream, smoke stacks, and
nuclear catastrophes indeed connect all of us. There is one category of
airborne pollution that has been a subject of conspiracy theory, despite an enormous amount of unclassified
documents from 1977 Senate hearings: chemical spraying (chemtrails) by both private and commercial aircraft.
Recent admissions by public officials strengthen the case.
Fallout from these chemical trails has been tested and shows very high levels
of barium and aluminum. Interesting
to note is that Monsanto announced
that they recently developed an aluminum-resistant gene to be introduced. Chemtrails
might seem like just paranoia, but there is a current example of chemical
spraying that is undeniable: the spraying of Corexit oil dispersant
over the Gulf. This process of aerial application can be likened to
crop-dusting, which we know has been going on for nearly 100 years.
Wars abroad even seem to be affecting global air quality, due
to their new weaponry that has caused depleted uranium levels in the upper
atmosphere, spreading around the planet. The observable effects of depleted
uranium are not pleasant.
This is all leading to scientific, governmental, and medical
management of the health and rights of the individual. It is ironic (or
coincidental) that when one becomes sick due to unnatural products, the
mainstream medical establishment aims to treat the afflictions with more
unnatural chemicals. Furthermore, some of the people in the high levels of the American
government and academia, such as John P.
Holdren the current White House Science Czar, have advocated population control via “pollution
particles” as far back as 1977 in books such as Ecoscience. Holdren’s views of humanity could make one question the
intentionality of the poisons in our environment.
However bad it may seem inside though, indoor air pollution
is typically a lot worst. Due to certain home cleaning products, paints/coatings,
sealants/adhesives, carpet, insulation, etc. that contain volatile organic compounds (VOC). This is why people report that
new car smell when opening a new product or entering a new home, this smell is very dangerous to your health and will cause
cancer after prolonged exposure.
The following is what you can do to help prevent this in
Avoid using aerosol
consumer products that often use VOCs as their propellants. Non-aerosol
consumer products are usually in pump, solid, liquid, gel, or roll-on forms.
paints (especially if they are labeled with VOCs) that are constantly off-gassing with water-based paints. If solvent-based products cannot be avoided,
apply them with hand brushes or rollers instead of sprayers to reduce the use
of thinners (which are almost 100% VOCs). This also minimizes overspray and
Avoid using VOC-containing
products such as organic cleaning solvents, and ask suppliers or stores for
non-VOC products with a green label (e.g. awarded by the Green Council).
However be weary of products that are labeled, because they may still be
harmful to your health, so always do your research first on any product you’re
introducing into your home.
Avoid using any product that contains BLEACH, it is very harmful to breathe
Opt. for hardwood
floors opposed to carpet, since carpet traps dust far too easily.
Opt. for increased ventilation to avoid the Sick Building Syndrome (if one person
gets sick, everyone does), either by simply keeping windows open, or if the weather won’t allow this you can
opt. for a heat recovery system in
your home that constantly recycles air into your house, without losing the heat
in your home. Most of these systems also come with filters, so the air entering
your home may be even cleaner than the actual air outside. Not to mention the
fact that moving air aids comfort to
any room for human use.
to avoid products in air-tight
Buy products with less packing as the printing of packaging materials generates VOCs.
Refuel vehicles in petrol stations with vapor recovery systems and avoid refueling
during hotter periods of the day to
minimize the escape of petrol vapor due to petrol “cooking” in the fuel tank.
less, share rides, and use public transportation where applicable.