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    jengr
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    Is anyone taking precautions against the chemical cocktail being sprayed daily across the globe?  I’ve been thinking heavily on this.  How to filter the rain water or surface water you drink from, how to farm and garden without toxic exposure to the air; indoor agriculture, natural plant filtration systems, etc.  Everything from purifying and rebuilding the soil, protecting trees from aluminum absorption and build-up, keeping chemicals off of garden plants, supporting struggling local wildlife, insects, and fungi, keeping your indoor air toxin free, etc.

    (I’m not asking for a debate on the reality of bio-engineering, please, if you don’t buy it, label me a loon and move on)

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    WrethaOffGrid
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    I wouldn’t label you a loon, whether they are intentionally spraying things or it’s merely the end product of what is in the fuel, either way, we are getting the “benefit” from it… honestly I don’t know what we can do against it, to prevent ourselves from being affected by it, other than do our very best to keep our immune systems strong.

    Moving away from population centers helps too, I used to live fairly close to the DFW airport in Texas, not close enough to be bothered by the sounds, but definitely within a heavy spray radius. Now I live in an area where I MAY hear one or two airplanes a week and that’s a busy week. I know I have been heavily inoculated with whatever had been sprayed before I moved, I just hope that moving away has been helpful.

    Wretha

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