- Published: September 5, 2013
- DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074003
Excerpt of interestrefers to “chemtrails” a description used in an article authored by neurologist, Russell Blaylock.
“With increasing proliferation in the usage it is certain that aluminum oxide nanoparticles will ultimately find a way into the biosphere , chemtrails left by jet fuel have already raised concerns over their role increased incidences of Alzheimer disease. Several relevant studies concerning aluminum oxide nanoparticles toxicity include its detrimental effects on prokaryotic microorganisms , microalgae species , aquatic cladocerans , earthworms , nematodes , zebra fish  and cell lines . Despite the growing market size of aluminum oxide and its proven toxicity record we feel that there is a dearth of available literature concerning its toxicity in the aquatic…
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