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The Truth Denied – Arizona Spraying “Gorilla-Snot Chemical” to Keep Dust Storms Down (TPD1605053)

ABC News reported several Interstate-10 closures in Arizona due to dust storms over the past few weeks, which is nothing new for the region. Arizona needs to combat the ongoing dust issues are now being remedied by spraying a chemical known as “Gorilla-Snot®”. After conducting significant research on the product, TTD gives the product 5 thumbs up, and here is why.

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Image. What are they spraying? Gorilla-Snot for controlling Dust in Arizona

Did you know that 3.3 million premature deaths each year by 2025 due to prolonged air pollution and EPA fines to companies that don’t meet with air-quality compliance? The World Health Organization (WHO) stated in a 2013 report that premature deaths such as ischaemic heart disease, strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or acute lower respiratory infections; were in part due to 80% of outdoor air pollution. Tests were conducted in both cities and rural areas and estimates suggested that 3.7 million premature deaths worldwide were indeed caused by outdoor pollution.

An intriguing thought comes to mind when examining this stellar product produced by Soilworks® called Gorilla-Snot.

The public seems to focus on the problem rather than problem solving for the solution. News headlines are generally focused on fear oriented stories of doom and gloom that the public has become immuned to, day in and day out.

Chemtrail activists don’t want to hear about possible solutions, which in my opinion should be the focus of our efforts. If this is not your focus as an environmental activists, then what is the point? I digress.

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Image. Arizona is using Gorilla-Snot to suppress dust storms in AZ

What is Gorilla-Snot?

Soilworks are the makers of Gorilla-Snot which is affordable, biodegradable, eco-friendly, and unlike most chemicals in it’s category, it is alkaline soil resistant insuring PH balance of the applicable area. On the surface, it appears to be a much needed product with multiple uses and applications. In short, the product is designed to reduce tiny particulates in the air that are associated with blowing dust. Soilworks claims that it’s product is “comprised of long, nanoparticle molecular structures that link and cross-link together to form strong bonds between particulates, soils and aggregates”, essentially controlling dust from construction sites as well as suppressing PM10 and PM 2.5 particulates. The product stops dust particles of 2.5+ microns in size. Gorilla-Snot boasts zero health risks and claims that the product is nonflammable, which

insures easy and safe transportation due to non-regulation. Claims are backed by years of impressive data, and it’s a wonder why we haven’t heard more about the company in the press. Even skeptics are convinced that this product is not only effective in it’s multiple uses, but it’s affordability adds to the list of benefits.

“The material is NOT expected to have ozone depletion potential, photochemical ozone creation potential or global warming potential. “_- excerpt from Soilworks Data sheet

If indeed the product can clean the air of lethal nano particles, why aren’t we using it to clean up bigger messes in the environment, and what effects would it have on smog, or jet contrails?




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