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NASA experiment: Mar 14 - Apr 4 "Launch Madness Five in Five" rockets w/ VERY TOXIC chemicals

 
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"That altitude is also part of the ionosphere, where there are strong electrical currents from solar radiation. Data gathered from the experiment should allow scientists to better model the electromagnetic regions of space that can damage satellites and affect radio communications. Scientists also hope the experiment will help explain how atmospheric disturbances in one part of the globe can be transported to other parts of the globe in a day or two."

from NASA:

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Launch Madness at Wallops in March - "Five in Five"

madness?

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what is trimethyl aluminum?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

*looking up more on this*
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what is trimethyl aluminum?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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[link to amdg.ece.gatech.edu]

"3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Pyrophoric liquid, decomposes violently in water. Skin contact can
cause severe burns. Fumes may cause skin and eye irritation.
Avoid inhalation of fumes.
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
Prompt medical attention is required in all cases of exposure to
Trimethylaluminum and its by-products. Rescue personnel should
be equipped with appropriate protective equipment (e.g. Selfcontained breathing apparatus) to prevent unnecessary exposure
and must be aware of the fire and explosion potential of
Trimethylaluminum.
Skin
Contact may cause severe burns. Fumes may cause irritation.
Immediately flush affected areas with large quantities of water.
Remove affected clothing as rapidly as possible only if not stuck to
skin.
Eyes
Contact may cause severe burns. Fumes may cause irritation.
Persons with potential exposure to Trimethylaluminum should not
wear contact lenses. Flush contaminated eyes with large quantities
of water for at least 15 minutes. Hold eyelids open to ensure
complete flushing.
Inhalation
May cause irritation. Move exposed personnel to an
uncontaminated area quickly using self-contained breathing
apparatus. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If breathing has
stopped, apply artificial respiration. Medical assistance should be
sought immediately. Keep victim warm and quiet. "


uhhhhhhh. yuck?

"6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Personal Precautions
Evacuate area. Use appropriate protective equipment. Purge
equipment with inert gas before attempting repairs. Ensure
adequate ventilation. If leak is in container call one of the
emergency numbers as appropriate (See footer).
Environmental Precautions
Try to stop release, if safe to do so. For fire-fighting measures see
Section 5.
Clean up method
Contact Epichem for specific advice."
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"10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Conditions to avoid
Reacts pyrophorically in air. It decomposes slowly above 100°C
Note: Trimethylaluminum is stable indefinitely in an inert
atmosphere at room temperature.
Materials to avoid
Avoid water, air
or other oxidizers.
Hazardous Decomposition Products
Aluminum Oxide dust, CO, CO2"


avoid air and water....so let's release a shit ton of it into the atmosphere.
as it reacts violently to water and is flammable in air.
and highly toxic.

nice!

5 in 5!

now i see why they call it "launch MADNESS"

"15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Classification
Highly Flammable, Corrosive
Risk and Safety Phrases
R14: Reacts violently with water.
R17: Spontaneously flammable in air.
R34: Causes burns."


why do they even MAKE this???

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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
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google:

ionosphere atmosphere interaction
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Interesting find
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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
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Are you implying a controlled burn is going to take place in the ionosphere?
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I guess you don't know what the name stratosphere means and why it is called that

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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
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Are you implying a controlled burn is going to take place in the ionosphere?
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yup
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I guess you don't know what the name stratosphere means and why it is called that

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It wouldnt be the first time NASA lost one on the way up....it had Plutonium in it.

Shocked?
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I'm confused, when this story first came out I thought it was research about the cloud patterns and travel. Has the story changed since it was first reported?
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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12229556


Are you implying a controlled burn is going to take place in the ionosphere?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1503437


yup
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I sure wouldnt want to be standing at the suns zenith right below the hole in the magnetic field it will temporarily create.
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Neeeburioo!
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Universal Galactic Times

Breaking...

Planet Earth destroys self trying to mask passing of pesky magnetar

Film at 27

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Aluminium lowers testosterone. Thus it lowers aggression. Thus it lowers resistance to whatever agenda they want to implement. It will particularly effect fetuses. They are engineering a more passive population.

Also they are causing weird weather to make people believe in global warming.

HAARP and chemtrails are also used to block certain frequencies of radiation from the sun to prevent junk DNA activation, aluminum tinkers w/the pineal gland - their biggest fear is the activation and growth of this gland.
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The ionosphere does not mix with the lower atmosphere so as long as you keep your head out of the ionosphere you will be fine.

Of course this is assuming all the rockets make it to their proper height and work as planned

The compound is meant to burn and is why it is being used in the experiment

The residuals won't amount to much of anything
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Hiya there, Mr. Shill for NASA! hi
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Aluminium lowers testosterone. Thus it lowers aggression. Thus it lowers resistance to whatever agenda they want to implement. It will particularly effect fetuses. They are engineering a more passive population.

Also they are causing weird weather to make people believe in global warming.

HAARP and chemtrails are also used to block certain frequencies of radiation from the sun to prevent junk DNA activation, aluminum tinkers w/the pineal gland - their biggest fear is the activation and growth of this gland.
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this is why

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I think NASA KNOWS something..................
March 14 and April 4


The Anomalous Transport Rocket Experiment (ATREX) is a Heliophysics sounding rocket mission that will gather information needed to better understand the process responsible for the high-altitude jet stream located 60 to 65 miles above the surface of the Earth.
The rockets are supposedly studying the upper atmosphere and will spray trimethyl aluminum (TMA)
[link to www.nasa.gov]

Skywatchers along the East Coast may be able to see a NASA experiment that will launch a series of rockets to learn more about the little-understood jet stream winds that circle the Earth at the edge of space.

On a clear night between March 14 and April 4, NASA plans to launch five rockets in five minutes from its Wallops Island facility in coastal Virginia.

Each rocket will release a chemical leaving a long, milky-white cloud to track the winds that scientists will monitor from cameras on the coasts of North Carolina, Virginia and New Jersey.
[link to www.washingtontimes.com]
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I think NASA KNOWS something..................
March 14 and April 4


The Anomalous Transport Rocket Experiment (ATREX) is a Heliophysics sounding rocket mission that will gather information needed to better understand the process responsible for the high-altitude jet stream located 60 to 65 miles above the surface of the Earth.
The rockets are supposedly studying the upper atmosphere and will spray trimethyl aluminum (TMA)
[link to www.nasa.gov]

Skywatchers along the East Coast may be able to see a NASA experiment that will launch a series of rockets to learn more about the little-understood jet stream winds that circle the Earth at the edge of space.

On a clear night between March 14 and April 4, NASA plans to launch five rockets in five minutes from its Wallops Island facility in coastal Virginia.

Each rocket will release a chemical leaving a long, milky-white cloud to track the winds that scientists will monitor from cameras on the coasts of North Carolina, Virginia and New Jersey.
[link to www.washingtontimes.com]
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What goes up...must come down..spinnin' wheel...LOL nevermind

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Track the winds. Yes, well, that makes sense to me. See, we have a very big problem on this planet. There's 'stuff' in those winds that is Very Bad (tm). Want to know more? If you were offered the blue pill and the red pill, and you would take the red pill, then more info is here:

[link to jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogspot.com]
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here you go pink cat good video and song

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Are they prepping the skies for Project Blue Beam later this year?
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Are they prepping the skies for Project Blue Beam later this year?
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Are they prepping the skies for Project Blue Beam later this year?
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ya know, since NASA kinda enjoys faking a lot of stuff, I wouldn't be surprised if Project Blue Beam turned out to be true...

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