Acenaphthene and Chemtrails
Navy 5-Year Warfare testing in California includes many toxic chemicals including Acenaphthene.
Acenaphthene is irritating to eyes irritating to skin & mucous membrane.
The reported biodegradation half-lives for acenaphthene in aerobic soil and surface waters range from 10 to 60 days and 1 to 25 days
Acenaphthene was listed as a contaminant found in drinking water(2,3) for a survey of US cities including Pomona, Escondido, Lake Tahoe and Orange Co, CA.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Acenaphthene is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) consisting of naphthalene with an ethylene bridge connecting positions 1 and 8. An alternative name, 1,2-dihydroacenaphthylene, emphasizes that it is a hydrogenated form of acenaphthylene. It is a constituent of coal tar.
Acenaphthene was prepared the first time from coal tar by Marcellin Berthelot and after that with Bardy he synthesized it from α-ethyl naphthalene.
It is used in preparation of dyes, pesticides and pharmaceuticals.
Acenaphthene in Drinking Water
In water extracted by macroreticular resins from a contaminated well in Ames, Iowa, investigators isolated acenaphthene at a level of 1.7 ppm. An analysis of the settling pond water from a wood preserving plant showed acenaphthene present at a level of 0.2 mg/l. DRINKING WATER: Two of five samples of Nordic tap water contained acenaphthene at concn of 7.4 to 14.0 ng/l . Acenaphthene was listed as a contaminant found in drinking water(2,3) for a survey of US cities including Pomona, Escondido, Lake Tahoe and Orange Co, CA and Dallas, Washington, DC, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Miami, New Orleans, Ottumwa, IA, and Seattle . For a survey of drinking water supplies in the UK, acenaphthene was detected in the treated water at 2 of 14 water treatment facilities . SURFACE WATER: Acenaphthene is listed as a contaminant of Great Lakes Ontario, Erie, Michigan and Superior . Acenaphthene had a median concn less than 10,000 ug/l and tested positive in 4.0% of 883 ambient waters in surface waters from EPA's STORET database . The maximum concn of acenaphthene reported for waters of the Rhine River, Netherlands was 30 ng/l(3,4). Acenaphthene was detected at 3 of 4 sampling stations along the Mississippi River at an average concn of 2 ng/l . Acenaphthene was also detected in Yellow River water, Peoples Republic of China(6). Ohio River water contained acenaphthene at the cities of Wheeling,Huntington and Cincinnati(7). GROUNDWATER: Acenaphthene was detected in a coal tar contaminated aquifer in St Louis Park, MN at concn ranging from 0.01 to 72 mg/kg sediment . Stored wastes from a former pine-tar manufacturing site in Gainesville, FL contaminated surrounding ground waters with concn of acenaphthene ranging from 3 to 170 ug/l . Wood preserving chemicals at Pensacola, FL are responsible for an acenaphthene concn of 0.76 mg/l at ground water depth of 6 m . Acenaphthene was identified in the ground water leachate from the Waterloo and Northbay landfills, Ontario, Canada at concn ranging from 0.1 to 1.2 ug/l . Groundwater samples from nearby the Hooker Chemical and Plastics Corp disposal site at Love Canal, NY contained acenaphthene(6). Acenaphthene was found in ground water contaminated by the waste lagoon ofa wood creosote impregnation plant in East TX(7). One of 7 ground water samples from nearby the "Valley of Drums", KY contained acenaphthene at a concn of 12 ug/l(8). RAIN/SNOW: Rain water in Portland, OR contained acenaphthene at concn ranging from 2.5 to 6.6 ng/l between Feb 12 and April 12, 1984 . Snow pack from the city of St Marie, Canada contained acenaphthene at concn ranging from less than 0.050 to 0.098 ug/l . EFFL: Acenaphthene was identified as a stack emission and a component of fly ash(1-3) at a concn of 1.8 ng/g from municipal waste incinerators. Six of 8 samples of fly ash from a municipal waste incinerator in Ontario, Canada contained acenaphthene at concn of less than 0.5, less than 0.5, 3, 5, 5, 21 and 28 ng/g . On July 28, 1978 and Nov 15-21 1980, the final effluent from the Los Angeles Co municipal wastewater treatment plant contained acenaphthene at average concn of 7 and less than 10 ug/l(6). Acenaphthene was identified as a product of coal combustion(7). Diesel fueled engines also emit acenaphthene(8). The dissolved air floatation effluent of a Class B oil refinery contained acenaphthene at a concn of 3 ng/g . Reactor tar from a coal gasification plant contained acenaphthene at a concn of 9.0 mg/g . Leachate from coal piles in IL contained acenaphthene at concn of 1 ug/l . Coal tar leachate was also found to contain acenaphthene . Wastewater from the gaseous diffusion plant operated by Union Carbide at Oak Ridge, TN contained acenaphthene in the volatile fraction . Leachate from Hooker Chemical and Plastics Corp disposal site at Love Canal, NY contained acenaphthene(6). Emissions from the pouring, cooling and shakeout of iron castings containedacenaphthene at an average concn of 230 ug/kg(7). Effluent from a textile finishing operation also contained acenaphthene(8). Acenaphthene had a median concn less than 10.000 ug/l and tested positive in 3.6% of 1,253 industrial discharges waste waters from the EPA's STORETdatabase(9).
Acenaphthene In Evironment
Acenaphthene is a component of crude oil and a product of combustion which may be produced and released to the environment during natural fires. Emissions from petroleum refining, coal tar distillation, coal combustion and diesel fueled engines are major contributors of acenaphthene to the environment. Acenaphthene is used as a chemical intermediate and may be released to the environment via manufacturing effluents and the disposal of manufacturing waste byproducts. Because of the widespread use of acenaphthene in a variety of products, acenaphthene may also be released to the environment through landfills, municipal waste water treatment facilities and waste incinerators. Acenaphthene should biodegrade rapidly in the environment. The reported biodegradation half-lives for acenaphthene in aerobic soil and surface waters range from 10 to 60 days and 1 to 25 days, respectively. However, acenaphthene may persist under anaerobic conditions or at high concn due to toxicity to micro-organisms
The Atlantic, the Pacific & the Gulf of Mexico are all in harms way as the U.S. Navy, and in some cases the U.S. Air Force, have initiated multiple 5-Year Warfare testing on both land and in ocean areas. (The NWTRC map on the right is only one of the many ongoing or proposed warfare testing areas planned by the U.S. Navy.)
(Your coastal region, including island areas, may already have a draft envManganesemental impact statement online ready to be approved by the Navy and rubber-stamped by NOAA...Check the pdf files for information regarding your coastal region or state for public comment deadlines or EnvManganesemental Impact Statement current status. Find out if there is already an ongoing weapons and sonar testing program in your region that has been approved.)
Letter from several Senators including Senator Barbara Boxer to NOAA-June 17, 2009:
"...In many regions, the Navy plans to increase the number of its exercises or expand the areas in which they may occur, and virtually every coastal state will be affected. Some exercises may occur in the nation's most biologically sensitive marine habitats, including National Marine Sanctuaries and breeding habitat for the endangered North Atlantic right whale. In all, the Navy anticipates more than 2.3 million takes
(significant disruptions in marine mammal foraging, breeding, and other essential behaviors) per year, or 11.7
million takes over the course of a five-year permit..."
Click on image for full version, click here for pdf-version (11.6MB) for printing .
Short Term Effects of Chemtrails:
- Brain Fog
- Breathing difficulties (Unexplained)
- Chronic sore or raspy throat
- Eye and skin irritations
- Flatulence (gas)
- Flu-like symptoms
- itching (Unexplained)
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Nose bleeds (Unexplained)
- Panic attacks
- Persistent coughing
- Respiratory problems
- Stomach aches
- Suicidal thoughts
- Tinnitus (distant ringing in ears or high pitched sound after spraying)
- And many other symptoms
Long Term Effects of Chemtrails:
- Acid Reflux
- (ADHD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Aluminum build up in Pineal Gland
- Autism (evidence links autism to mercury)
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Blood in the Urine
- Borderline personality disorder
- Cancer (linked to many types of cancers)
- Chronic Fatigue
- Easy Bruising
- Eye problems - * Nearsightedness & Farsightedness (by altering interocular fluid eye
- Floaters In the Eyes
- Heart Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
- Heart Disease
- High Cholesterol
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Learning Disabilities
- Lung diseases
- Lupus Erythematosus
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Oily Skin (Elevated DHT)
- Parkinson's Disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Short-Term Memory Loss
- Sleep Disorders
- Spider Veins
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ears – 700 million cases of Tinnitus reported worldwide)
- White Coating On the Tongue
- And many other symptoms