NASA Just Confessed of Dosing Americans With Air-Borne Lithium. Wait, WHAT?

At this point in time, who knows what kind of food and drinks we consume on a daily basis. And while most of us aren’t aware of what we’re eating and drinking, there’s actually another more pressing concern. It seems nowadays we don’t even know what kind of air we breathe.

There are some conspiracy theorists who claim that we’re being poisoned constantly with chemtrails who contain toxic chemicals. And with NASA’s recent confession, it appears they may not have been far from the truth.

Recently, one NASA employee shed some light on what is actually happening to the air we breathe. He confessed that NASA sprayed lithium in the atmosphere, which apparently is not harmful to the environment. He, of course, claims this is for scientific and research purposes only.

Just to clear things up, lithium is a chemical which is given as pharmaceutical treatment for those who have bipolar disorder. This medication works by making a change in the levels of serotonin and norepinephrine and can be very dangerous.

Even doctors who normally prescribe this medication state that it can be very dangerous if it isn’t taken in the right dose. So, it’s safe to assume this doesn’t sync with NASA’s claims. Spraying lithium in the atmosphere is unsafe for the people who don’t need those kinds of substances.

Some of the dangerous side-effects of Lithium are:

  • Immoderate urination
  • Seizures
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Fever
  • Vomiting and Diarrhea
  • Swelling
  • Hallucinations

If this poses a risk for those who need it, imagine what it could possibly do to those who don’t need it?

In any case, NASA insists that the project is a study of the neutral and charged particles in the ionosphere and the outcome of the movement in some regions. The scientists would like to discover just what causes the ionosphere to act in different, unusual ways. The variations are important since all of their communications and GPS satellites send signals through the ionosphere.

The primary purpose of their mission is to test the reactions of lithium canisters while they are on the Kudeki and Pfaff missions. Thanks to this experiment and project, we also learned that lithium was sprayed way back in the 1970s. The thermistor data and the report from the airborne platform were just fine. And the visibility of the lithium clouds from ground observation was also good.

Nevertheless, serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine are the three most important chemicals in our brain for our mental health. If some disturbance arises, it will most likely translate into a mental illness.

Everyone should choose to believe and dismiss what they want. But, when your life and the lives of your loved ones are at stake, you should definitely take everything into consideration.