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    You should get test kits that you sample your lawn and the strip changes color based on contaminates. Saw one done recently, scary what's coming from the sky.

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    OK, I'll bite...
    What's coming from the sky?
    Barium, strontium, aluminum, viruses, biocides, nano particle pathogens or...???
    Where does one get test strips from?

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    OK, I'll bite...
    What's coming from the sky?
    Barium, strontium, aluminum, viruses, biocides, nano particle pathogens or...???
    Where does one get test strips from?
    These paper tests are cheap and easy to find, but they don't give you much detail on the findings, just if something is "there" or "not" (and it can be "there" in a very small quantity).

    Here's a source for chemical testers: https://www.grainger.com/category/ch...ecatalog/N-kr7

    I personally think it's a waste of time for one reason:

    "Moderation in everything" (that means you need a little of everything, and not too much of any one thing).

    If there was a pile of barium in my front yard then I might be concerned..... As it is,,,, Meh.
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    It's a nerve affector of unknown composition

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    That's interesting. How do you know it's a 'nerve affecter' and 'of unknown composition'?

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    A guy I know on Facebook owns a company and has interest in it, he got a test kit, I can relay the type for you later, he posted pictures of the test.

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    Default Re: Test kits for chemicals

    Quote Posted by heuristic thought (here)
    A guy I know on Facebook owns a company and has interest in it, he got a test kit, I can relay the type for you later, he posted pictures of the test.
    well it's no secret our entire planet is polluted as all heck.
    most industrial waste can be considered "a nerve affector of unknown composition".
    surely any chemtrail fallout is not meant to be beneficial to a human's health.
    would be most interesting to see your friend's test methodology and findings.
    any chance you can link to the original source of your information, or copy/paste the relevant info here?
    Last edited by dynamo; 3rd December 2016 at 11:41.

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    The strip matched the G:nerve color.
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    Default Re: Test kits for chemicals

    Just not detailed enough info here...please, expound.

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    Quote Posted by heuristic thought (here)
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    The strip matched the G:nerve color.
    thank you for sharing with us, heuristic thought.
    very much appreciated, by myself, anyway!

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    The photos in #8 look like it might be something used in the battlefield. If so, a test kit some orders of magnitude more sensitive would be required for our type of use. But then there would need to be a way of removing false positives, for 'normal' pollutants.

    This sort of sensitive work seems like a job for a certified laboratory that know what they're doing.

    Yes, a quick google turned up this: http://nursing411.org/Courses/MD0534...Chem_Casu.html

    Unless you're in a chemical warfare environment (and no doubt some people think we already are!) I doubt that kit will be much use unless your skin is already blistering and you want to know what agent caused it.
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