Aerotoxic Syndrome is
Chemicals used in SRM causing a host of acute medical problems and even death in passengers and crews
We strongly believe that chemicals used in current SRM – Solar Radiation Management – programs are making people sick. Increasing numbers of cases of serious illness are being reported among long-haul passengers and air crews which cannot be explained by any normal or recognised medical or environmental conditions.
Aerotoxic Syndrome is the name given to a host of symptoms that many pilots, long haul and regular flyers experience during or immediately after flights. An article published in the Daily Mail in February 2015 describes the experiences of one pilot who suffered from the condition, but the article seems to suggest the cause is simply leakage of smoke from the engines. We disagree. The simple fact of the matter is that if there were such a simple cause airlines would have fixed it immediately due to the fear of £multi-million law suits. They simply would not ignore an issue if it were simple to fix as this would be if it were a simple mechanical issue. Passenger aircraft are serviced regularly and the regulations governing the safety of every aspect of passenger aircraft are incredibly stringent. To suggest that every aircraft in our skies has a mechanical fault that has existed for 20 years that causes harm to crew and passengers and which has not been fixed is, quite simply, ludicrous.
With increasing numbers of people reporting acute illness from flying, crews getting severe chronic illness, several deaths to date, legal cases pending and many flight crews now complaining bitterly about this issue, this situation simply could not arise if it were really a simple mechanical fault. This issue was first recognised more than 20 years ago, so why would the airlines fail to fix the issue if it were caused by smoke leakage. Planes would have been grounded but they haven’t. Instead what we see is one of the world’s biggest and most complex cover ups being enacted. The airlines know exactly what the real cause is. Debates on the issue have even taken place in parliament, one of which we attended and reported on, and yet the true cause is never mentioned even as a possibility, so we can say with absolute certainty that the aviation industry is lying to us, to their staff, to passengers, and to parliament.
Even the CAA refuse to acknowledge this matter, which makes them in breach of their directions which state they have a duty to protect the safety of all passengers, crews and people on the ground.
The website Aerotoxic.org is a place that claims to offer support an information for those affected by Aerotoxic Syndrome, but we have looked at the information in detail, and also at the explanations given by them for the causes of the conditions and none of it makes sense to us.
This excerpt is taken from their website:
“Aerotoxic Syndrome is the term given to the illness caused by exposure to contaminated air in jet aircraft.
The term was introduced on 20 October 1999 by Dr Harry Hoffman, Professor Chris Winder and Jean Christophe Balouet, Ph.D. in their report, Aerotoxic Syndrome: Adverse health effects following exposure to jet oil mist during commercial flights.
Symptoms are listed as
- Fatigue – feeling exhausted, even after sleep
- Blurred or tunnel vision
- Shaking and tremors
- Loss of balance and vertigo
- Loss of consciousness
- Memory impairment
- Light-headedness, dizziness
- Confusion / cognitive problems
- Feeling intoxicated
- Breathing difficulties (shortness of breath)
- Tightness in chest
- Respiratory failure requiring oxygen
- Increased heart rate and palpitations
- Irritation of eyes, nose and upper airways.
Lets now look at the symptoms of Barium Toxicity by inhalation as well as ingestion:
- Vomiting, abdominal cramps
- Gastric pain
- Hypokalemia (a reduction in blood potassium levels) ventricular tachycardia
- Hypertension and/or hypotension
- Cardiovascular abnormalities such as changes in heart rhythm and increased or decreased blood pressure
- Numbness, muscle weakness, and paralysis
[ Mechanisms of barium toxicity are not fully understood, but may be related to the action of barium as a competitive potassium channel antagonist that blocks the passive efflux of intracellular potassium, resulting in a shift of potassium from extracellular to intracellular compartments and a lowered intracellular resting potential, which may diminish the ability of nerve cells to respond to stimulation ]
Another source (Rense.com) quotes a separate study:
The acute symptoms include
- excess salivation
- increased blood pressure
- dyspnea, and cardiac irregularities
A severe loss of potassium can account for some of the symptom
Then lets also look at Potassium deficiency symptoms
(certain forms of barium deplete potassium in the body)
A small drop in potassium level often does not cause symptoms. Or symptoms may be mild and include:
- Abnormal heart rhythms (dysrhythmias), especially in people with heart disease
- Feeling of skipped heart beats or palpitations
- Muscle damage
- Muscle weakness or spasms
- Tingling or numbness
A large drop in potassium level may slow your heartbeat. This can cause you to feel light-headed or faint. A very low potassium level can even cause your heart to stop.
Then we look at the symptoms of breathing air saturated with plastic micro-fibres
- Itchy sore eyes
- Difficulty breathing / Asthma
- Repeated coughing
- Sore and/or itchy throat
- Gastrointestinal bloating / slow peristalsis / constipation
Source: this is our own research.
So overall we see an almost perfect correlation between what is termed Aerotoxic syndrome and the effects of Barium toxicity, combined with the effects of breathing in air with very high concentrations of micro-fibres as we would expect to see at the altitudes associated with commercial air traffic. The link seems pretty clear to us, but then we have been investigating this topic now since 2013, but event to the untrained, non-medical eye, what we see here is very strong evidence to suggest that what is happening is acute exposure to the chemicals sprayed from planes during the ongoing Climate Engineering programs. The symptoms to those on the ground are greatly diluted as the substances dissipate in the atmosphere, but as with cars, if one travels right behind a lorry with the fan on in your car, you will get a mouthful of diesel fumes.
So to us this website seems to be a cover story for the effects of Climate Engineering. Aerotoxic Syndrome (AS) is nothing less than an invention to explain the illnesses caused by acute exposure to climate engineering toxins. If AS really was caused by oil fumes leaking into the cabin air, THEY WOULD FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. Airlines simply would not allow passengers to get sick over an extended period, as a result of something that could be fixed relatively easily, because of the risk of legal action, so why does this organisation not recognise that fact. I cannot accept that the people in this organisation have never heard of Climate Engineering, and have not considered it at any stage. It seems this website is doing a classic cover up: they present the basic information and make a lot of noise, pretending to be interested in finding the causes, but actually giving no useful solutions, and not acknowledging the real cause of the problem. It seems pretty obvious to us that Aerotoxic Syndrome is essentially Climate Engineering Toxicity. If this organisation have failed to recognise this after 6 years then they should be treated with nothing less than extreme suspicion.
We wrote to Aerotoxic.org in 2013 and they failed to respond.
This film describes a particular passengers experience and goes on to detail various other incidents, but sadly it fails to recognise that the explanation it gives is technically impossible. We spoke to an aircraft engineer and he stated that the valves that are being blamed could not cause this type of fault, and that if the valves were faulty it would ground the aircraft immediately until it had been fixed. Furthermore he claimed that if leaks existed in the hydraulic systems of passenger jets, catastrophic failures would occur that would likely cause the aircraft to crash.
Are we really to accept that fleets of aircraft are flying around leaking oil and lubricants? No, of course not. It is utter nonsense.
There also seems to be no scientific evidence of the claimed chemistry that supposedly underpins the explanations given by the industry. there is a single mention of a substance called TCP in engine oil, but the fiom fails to explain how that substance can become aerosolised and enter the cabin. Nobody has ever explained these two points, not even during the parliamentary debate we attended, so something is definitely going on here.
Aerotoxic Syndrome is an excuse. An almost plausible theory dreamed up by the airlines to explain away something that is happening that they don’t want us t think about.
When chemicals are released at 34-36,000ft, the typical cruising speed of passenger jets the concentrations are clearly very high. If those trails contain toxic substances, obviously he concentrations of those substances will be much higher at that altitude, so any flight passing close behind a previous flight could potentially be drawing into the cabin air very high concentrations of toxins. The fact that aircraft do ot always follow other aircraft explains why not every flight experiences this phenomena.
here is another film that essentially blames the situation on iol leakages. once again it makes a vague and unconvincing case and fails to mention the likely true cause.
Even if we ignore the fact that these documentaries failure to recognise the true cause, what they do highlight is the fact that the aviation industry is completely ignoring the problem, and even more disturbingly the press refuse to mention any event that could be attributed to this, and if they do they try to explain them away with things like food poisoning.
In 2016 14 children were admitted to Hillingdon Hospital with acute symptoms such as vomiting, shakes, headaches and other symptoms typical of Barium poisoning.
All in it seems pretty clear to us what is really going on here. Our own laboratory tests confirmed that all 26 of the people we tested had extremely high levels of Barium, Cadmium, Aluminium and Strontium. There is not reasonable explanation for these results other than environmental factors, so in view of the evidence above we feel it is reasonable to blame fallout from SRM programs. Because of these tests we have worked out how to reverse some of the effects of this condition.
We may be publishing this information soon.