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Beijing nearly ‘uninhabitable for human beings’ study says

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Pollution at Tiananmen Square Beijing (chinatravelgo.com) Pollution at Tiananmen Square Beijing (chinatravelgo.com)[/caption] Beijing’s concentration of PM 2.5 particles – those small enough to penetrate deep into the lungs and enter the bloodstream  –  has been measured to be 20 times higher than The World Health Organisation recommended safe level. According to The Guardian, “the worsening air pollution has already exacted a significant economic toll, grounding flights, closing highways and keeping tourists at home.” New research suggests that if the smog persists, Chinese agriculture will suffer conditions “somewhat similar to a nuclear winter”, says He Dongxian, an associate professor at China Agricultural University’s College of Water Resources and Civil Engineering Air pollution has become so dense that China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that the average 18-year-old Beijing resident will spend about 40 percent of his remaining years in ill health. “All across the city, buildings are being altered to keep people fully confined in hermetically sealed rooms and spaces, with no access to the polluted outside air. But in the process, Beijing residents are being deprived of direct exposure to natural sunlight, which is necessary for the production of vitamin D inside the body.”, states Jonathan Benson from Natural News In an effort to cut down pollution the Chinese regime has implemented a network of “chemtrail” machinery, including 50 airplanes, that intentionally seed the skies with clouds in order to create artificial rain.  However, all too often, most of man-made plans to remedy man-made problems, simply turn out to be robbing from Peter to pay Paul, coming with yet another new set of man-made problems…]]>

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