Monday, March 11, 2013

Volatile Chemical Warfare Agents. Experimenting On The Southern United States?

3/8/2013 -- Large plume event -- Entire state of Georgia - into MS, AL, SC...


Oxford, Mississippi looked like a huge fog bank rolled through the town, especially the campus of Ole Miss. My daughter, a student, said it was irritating to her eyes.

I was wowed when I watched this and read your comment. My husband works at a shipyard on the MS gulf coast. Friday at about noon, with the wind blowing about 15-20 mph, he said they watched what looked like a huge area of fog roll in over the marsh. They all thought it was odd because of the time of day and the wind. He said then they were hit with a smell that smelled almost like some chemical burning. Crazy times we live in, the gulf coast is doomed its seems certain. God save us all!!

I live on the Georgia-South Carolina border, and I don't know about you, but I've been smelling something burning in the air for at least the past 24 hours as well as seeing foggy plumes of smoke here and there. Not sure if it's just a fire nearby I'm not aware of or if it has anything to do with this ...

It was posted for Mississippi that about 3,000 acres were being burned off yesterday, and that was the cause of smoke in NE Mississippi.

I live in SE TN about 10 min. from the GA line, and it's smokey and murky looking outside to me. I just got off of the hone with a guy in Tiftonia, and he commented on the "smokey" look of the air outside as well. It sucks...

Actually the Southern Incident Coordination Center reports 247 prescribed fires for a total of 43,000 acres on March 8. It's burn season in the south and a lot of foresters are in crunch time to get their prescribed fire plans completed before the growing season and they all seek the same weather conditions for burning so they end up burning on the same days and fires naturally peak in intensity during the warmest, driest, breeziest time of day.

wake up sheeple; dont eat the tuna or california seaweed its all full of japans 2+yrs of 4 Nuke Melt downs at full strenght emitting into the air and ocean Radiation reflecting into the satelites ir lenses now its only going to get worse. keep informed Sheeple! God Bless

I highly recommend staying far away from the Southeast. You're a very smart man! ;) We are all getting very sick, and have been. I think the clock is ticking for something so unimaginable. This event may require the FEMA coffins! How can it not?



 2013 Mar 5;85(5):2659-66. doi: 10.1021/ac303373u. Epub 2013 Feb 8.

Sensitive monitoring of volatile chemical warfare agents in air by atmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry with counter-flow introduction.


National Research Institute of Police Science , Kashiwa, Chiba 277-0882, Japan.


A new method for sensitively and selectively detecting chemical warfare agents (CWAs) in air was developed using counter-flow introduction atmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry (MS). Four volatile and highly toxic CWAs were examined, including the nerve gases sarin and tabun, and the blister agents mustard gas (HD) and Lewisite 1 (L1). Soft ionization was performed using corona discharge to form reactant ions, and the ions were sent in the direction opposite to the airflow by an electric field to eliminate the interfering neutral molecules such as ozone and nitrogen oxide. This resulted in efficient ionization of the target CWAs, especially in the negative ionization mode. Quadrupole MS (QMS) and ion trap tandem MS (ITMS) instruments were developed and investigated, which were movable on the building floor. For sarin, tabun, and HD, the protonated molecular ions and their fragment ions were observed in the positive ion mode. For L1, the chloride adduct ions of L1 hydrolysis products were observed in negative ion mode. The limit of detection (LOD) values in real-time or for a 1 s measurement monitoring the characteristic ions were between 1 and 8 μg/m in QMS instrument. Collision-induced fragmentation patterns for the CWAs were observed in an ITMS instrument, and optimized combinations of the parent and daughter ion pairs were selected to achieve real-time detection with LOD values of around 1 μg/m. This is a first demonstration of sensitive and specific real-time detection of both positively and negatively ionizable CWAs by MS instruments used for field monitoring.
[PubMed - in process]

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