A just released Science Daily study states that silver particles embedded in clothing pose severe environmental risks to the environment due to sewage water contamination by silver. That’s right, sewage water is contaminated by the presence of the best known anti-bacterial element: silver.
Forget the toxic pesticides like Round-Up and the GMO’s affecting 95% of US food supply, its micro concentrations of silver in sewage water that poses a risk to humanity!
Think this study just might have been funded by the banksters?
The Science Daily article begins by stating that silver concentrations in sewage waste water poses a severe environmental impact:
Silver nanoparticles can have a severe environmental impact if their utilisation in clothing continues to increase. If everyone buys one silver nanoparticle-treated sock a year, the silver concentration in waste water treatment plant sludge can double. If the sludge is subsequently used as fertilizer, the silver can cause long-term damage to agricultural land.
The study alleges that silver particles in sewage water would be toxic to many organisms. This is correct, as silver’s antibacterial properties would be toxic to the bacteria in the sewage…precisely why silver is used in some sewage treatment centers to treat the water!
Silver nanoparticles have an antibacterial effect, and are used in a variety of consumer products such as workout clothing to prevent the smell of sweat. When the clothes are washed, nanoparticles are released and enter waste water treatment plants through waste water. The particles release silver ions that cannot be broken down at waste water treatment plants or in nature. The silver ions are toxic to many organisms.
Don’t worry about toxic chemicals from Monsanto and Dupont such as RoundUp, it’s silver that is toxic to soil! (which is actually found in nature, unlike the toxic RoundUp)
“If silver usage in clothing continues to increase, the consequences for the environment can be major. For example, silver can accumulate in soil if sludge from waste water treatment plants is used as fertilizer, which can result in long-term damage to soil ecosystems.”
For the sake of the environment, the women and children, we must be protected from silver!
“Using silver in clothing is a new technology, and it is still difficult to ascertain patterns for how much is being used. However, if the negative environmental impact is to be avoided, either the silver concentration in clothing or consumption of silver nanoparticle-treated clothing must be limited.”
The banksters’ silver supply must be tighter than even Ted Butler could imagine!