Aluminum was measured at 310μg/L in Forest Hill, CA rainwater on 3-30-16, six times over the reporting limit of 50μg/L. Barium was at 5.5μg/L and lead at 1.9μg/L, almost 4x reporting limits. I have the full report on file, but the sender prefers to remain anonymous. Got a rain, hair, bark, blood, whatever test? Contact me through this form. I’m a bit backlogged, but I’ll get them up when I can.

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  • Hello Patrick,
    Thank you so much for your dedication to the struggle against the apparent spraying.
    Just to be clear, the reporting limit is the lowest concentration that can be quantified in the analysis results. It refers to reporting in that analysis results report form, not reporting to some regulatory authority. As a measure of the danger of the substance in the sample, it is meaningless.
    Kindest regards,

  • Wow this is great!! Thank you for shedding the truth! I hope more people wake up and learn how to take care of themselves while we put an end to this insanity. I have hair samples from a sleeping sheepie who has done nothing to protect herself and some rain water from January. I live in Hollister CA. If you would like any of the samples I have you are more then welcomed to them. I would love the hair sample tested so I can show my daughter her results. She was so angry at me about this subject she pulled her own hair out and gave to me. Have a great day.

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