No excuse for this toxic cocktail
I GUESS I should be grateful to Gerry Small for putting me right about the global warming hypothesis.
It would seem that the Daily Mail is not quite 'straight as a die' when it comes to the claimed truth but I still adhere to the precept that there is no smoke without fire.
For one who elects to read The Mail on Sunday, it is unlikely that he or she will also read The Sunday Telegraph. On Sunday Jan 13, a reading and inspection of the Sunday Telegraph's main article of Chris Booker's analysis of the climate change dilemma would have revealed a detailed graph of the satellite recorded facts rather than the computer models upon which so much of the 'received wisdom' is based.
Models can be 'tweaked to confirm majority opinion; Al Gore's famous hockey stick graph being one such aberration of the truth.
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Even if it could be shown, God forbid, that the Met Office was prone to corruption by misplaced public or flavoured scientific opinion, what justification can there be for spraying us all without exception with a cocktail of corrosive carcinogenic, neurotoxic heavy metals, not once but almost every day and night, year on year, with a very obviously negative weather correlation? We may also be at the portals serious health hazards yet to be revealed.
One of those risks is embodied in the advice given to high altitude mountaineers not to feel tempted to slake their thirsts by swallowing snow.
The upper levels are being contaminated by aluminium oxide dust, one of the five chemtrail components. Ingesting such material is proven to have a relationship with brain damage; and with dementia being high on the NHS agenda just now, it certainly makes sense to avoid unwitting exposure; so a warning to our children not to overplay the snowballing could be wise advice for the longer term.
Bernard J Seward
Wellington Hill West