Do Your Children Have Low Voices After Playing Outside?
They may have been exposed to SF6.
SF6 is a compound being used in association with chemtrails.
Kids who play outside, play sports, the homeless who sleep outside, campers, hikers and people who compete in outdoor sports need to know how the chemical in chemtrails affect their health.
SF6 causes the voice to sound very deep because it is approximately 5 times denser than air. Helium is much less dense than air and makes the voice very high.
SF6 displaces oxygen needed for life and the CO2 that is the primary trigger of the breathing reflex.
Dense odourless gases in confined areas present the hazard of suffocation. SF6 seeks the lowest position in the atmosphere.
There is virtually no reaction chemistry for SF6. SF6 returns to SF6 after disassociation.
SF6 does not react with molten sodium but reacts exothermically with lithium which creates the heat which causes the disassociation of compounds in chemtrails.
The Mark 50 torpedo uses a small tank of SF6 which is sprayed over a block of solid lithium, which generates enormous quantities of heat which generates steam from seawater which propels the torpedo in a closed Rankine cycle.
Typical for a nonpolar gas, SF6 is poorly soluble in water but soluble in nonpolar organic solvents which means it can be used as a fuel additive.
Following are some interesting ways SF6 related to aircraft, with or without afterburner.
“Fluorine, from disassociated 1% SF6 in O2, is seen to decrease ignition delays by a factor of 1.7 compared to pure oxygen.”
“They also give rise to a radar footprint from an aircraft engine exhaust. Electronegative additives can decrease the free electron concentration by negative ion formation.
“Free electrons in the exhaust plumes of rocket motors and in the plasma which covers the heat shield of a space vehicle upon re-entry interfere with the transmission of radio signals through the plasma.”
“SF6 scavenges free electrons by the formation of negative ions. SF6 reduces the electron density in flames.” [after burners?]
SF6 is also used in the process of creating buckyballs which may or may not be involved in nanotechnology in aerosol.
“The effects of SF6 relative concentration on fullerene and soot formation in the CO2 laser synthesis from benzene/oxygen and benzene/nitrous oxide sensitized mixtures are reported.”
“From the experimental results, it seems that the synthesis of fullerene by laser pyrolysis is comparable to flame experiments.”
Fullerene may be used to carry and disperse materials in chemtrails.
A fullerene is any molecules composed entirely of carbon, in the form of a hollow sphere, ellipsoid, or tube.
Spherical fullerenes are also called buckyballs, and cylindrical ones are called carbon nanotubes or buckytubes.
Nanotubes are cylindrical fullerenes, These tubes of carbon are usually only a few nanometers wide, but they can range from less than a micrometer to several millimeters in length.
They have closed ends or open ends. There are also cases in which the tube reduces in diameter before closing off.
Their unique molecular structure results in high tensile strength, high electrical conductivity, high ductility, resistance to heat and relative chemical inactivity.
Explosive chemistry in superheating compounds in chemtrails includes the following:
Oxidizer: A chemical that provides oxygen for the reaction. Typical oxidizers are ammonium nitrate and calcium nitrate.
Fuel: A chemical that reacts with oxygen to produce heat. Common fuels include fuel oil and aluminium.
Sensitizer: provides the heat source (‘hot spot’) to drive the chemical reaction of oxidizer and fuel. SF6 is a sensitizer.
In the presence of moisture, the SF6 reformation is disturbed and secondary decomposition products such as highly corrosive hydrogen fluoride (HF) start to form.
Because of its long lifespan and high GWP potency, a small amount of SF6 can have a significant impact on our climate.
With a global warming potential, 23,900 times greater than CO2 and an atmospheric life of 3,200 one pound of SF6 has the same global warming impact of 11 tons of CO2.
SF6 is the most potent greenhouse gas. Its global average mixing ratio has increased by 0.2 ppt per year to nearly 7 ppt in 2010
Of the 8,000 tons of SF6 produced per year, most (6,000 tons) is used as a gaseous dielectric medium in the electrical industry, an inert gas for the casting of magnesium, and as an inert filling for windows.
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