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ATMOSPHERIC BARIUM NOW EXCEEDS EPA SAFE LIMIT
Research from scientist Clifford Carnicom states that the amount of Barium in our atmosphere now exceeds by 8 times the level that is deemed safe for humans to breathe.

The toxicity of Barium is comparable to that of Arsenic.   EPA guidelines state that it is unsafe for humans to breath air containing more than 5 ppm (parts per million) of Barium ( the same amount that is deemed safe for Arsenic).   The latest research shows that we are being exposed to levels of airborn Barium that are far, far greater ("by a factor of 8") than the level considered safe.

  BARIUM RESEARCH LINK
copyright Glenn Boyle
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