Christopher Fontenot June 28, 2016
Our environment is awash in Electromagnetic pollution. Trees are particularly susceptible to devastation caused by this man-made electromagnetic radiation because of they serve as an electrical interface between Earth and atmospheric currents. The future of trees grows dim as technology advances to exploit fully, the EM spectrum.
“Transient electric potential variations have been observed in a standing poplar tree equipped with electrodes up to a height of 10.5 m. The simultaneous signals at all electrodes have the same shape and their amplitude grows linearly with height, up to values of 10 to 50 mV. This corresponds to an electric current through the tree of the order of a few mA. The frequency of appearance of the signals does not depend on the season or on the time of the day.”
“It is suggested that the potential variations are caused by the passage of thunderstorm clouds, of little activity, whose electrically charged base could induce charges in the ground and give rise to a current flowing through the tree and discharging at its top by point discharge.”
“Studies of the electric potential and atmospheric conductivity at the ground surface were vigorous, up to the Second World War. Every magnetic observatory was also equipped with sensors or recorders of the electric potential. Noted physicists were engaged in the study of the electrical conductivity of the atmosphere. The 5th division of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) was called ‘‘Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity’’.
“In the middle of the 20th century, the interest waned, but a renewal of interest might well be on its way. Indeed, the vertical downward current Jz, from the ionosphere, through the troposphere to the Earth’s surface (ocean and land), flowing through layer clouds, generates space charges at the upper and lower boundaries of these clouds, capable of affecting the microphysical interactions between the droplets, ice forming nuclei and condensation nuclei, leading to changes in the cloud cover. Short-term meteorological responses to changes in Jz have been observed. Changes in the ‘‘global electrical circuit’’ may provide a candidate for explanation of sun-weather climate over a large range of periods (Tinsley et al., 2007).”
“The capability for trees and forests to generate strong temporal and spatial heterogeneities in Jz might be of some significance and should be investigated more in depth.”
In addition, other studies indicate serious concerns for deforestation due to EM radiation and particulate pollution. But, they fail to acknowledge the impact of chemtrailing nano-particulates, such as Aluminum.
“Radiation from Wi-Fi networks is harmful to trees, causing significant variations in growth, as well as bleeding and fissures in the bark, according to a recent study in the Netherlands.
All deciduous trees in the Western world are affected, according to the study by a group of institutions, including the TU Delft University and Wageningen University. The city of Alphen aan den Rijn ordered the study five years ago after officials found unexplained abnormalities on trees that couldn’t be ascribed to a virus or bacterial infection.”
“Additional testing found the disease to occur throughout the Western world. In the Netherlands, about 70 percent of all trees in urban areas show the same symptoms, compared with only 10 percent five years ago. Trees in densely forested areas are hardly affected.”
The use of man-made electromagnetic transmitters for the intended purpose of Geo-engineering the planet has to be considered in the discussion of acidification, electrification, and Solar Radiation Management(Chemtrailing) of our environment.Forests are stressed by intense changes in electrical potential. Electromagnetic pollution from man-made sources is the ‘Elephant in the Room’.