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Chibolton Revisited: A Very Big Warning

July 9, 2014
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Conditioned Water from Electromagnetic Pulses are very bad for biology, creating charge clusters in water and low voltage calcium channel breakdown DAMAGING RNA/DNA and causing mutations

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Water Molecule

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SuperCluster Water Molecule

From Physics.org

Water is essential to more than its myriad roles in biological, chemical, geological, and other physical processes. Having a precise description of water’s structure is critical to constructing accurate simulations of molecular events, including protein folding, substrate binding, macromolecular recognition, and complex formation. An important step forward in creating such a description has been demonstrated at Stanford University School of Medicine, where researchers discovered that polarization increases ordered water structure. Their findings will have a significant impact on biological processes.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2011-08-polarization-affects-h2o-revealed-molecular.html#jCp

The Chilbolton Facility for Atmospheric and Radio Research in Hampshire offers a unique set of active and passive instruments for measuring clouds and precipitation. It is home to the world’s largest steerable meteorological radar (the 3 GHz CAMRa radar), which has full doppler and dual-polarisation capability; the 25-metre dish allows a high sensitivity and a narrow beam. The observatory also operates a large number of other instruments, many of which operate round the clock:

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“Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises. Much pain, but still time [much death and disease from pulsed radar EMP]. Believe there is good out there. We oppose deception. Conduit closing. 0x07”

3 Comments
  1. talesfromthelou permalink

    Love it. Don’t understand it all, but love it. Re-blogging it (with your permission of course) Lou

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