Saturday, 2 July 2016

Global Prophecy 39: Worldwide Radiation and Water Pollution Visible Everywhere

Date: April 30, 2016

Dream:

I was discussing with brother Zhao and other co-workers on Earth. The planet was heavily polluted. The crop harvest in all countries were contaminated; they were either genetically modified, or contaminated by radiation or other types of pollutants such as toxic metals and polluted waters harmful to animals and plants, and thus became inedible.

Burden: Besides the issues of massive death of bees which caused pollenation issues and reduction in crop yields as mentioned in earlier prophecies, shoddy food quality standards will be seen in flour of some brands in North American supermarkets, breakfast food and milk and thus they become poisonous. Further pollution and contamination befalls onto human kind, especially radio-active soil and rivers, cosmic dust pollution (as new types of pollutants to be massively reported by non-mainstream media) which would further poison crop yields or cause genetical mutations or modifications, and thus they become inedible to human. Furthermore, natural disasters and massive reduction of crop harvest will bring forth famine into unprepared countries, and inflations as much as 350% will be seen over food prices.

Early morning in March 6, 2010 and in June 29, 2016

Recurring dreams: The co-workers and I were preparing for the ministry. In a big classroom, I saw Teacher D training some students, correcting their errors in musical theories and piano skills, and then we walked out of the room.

Then, we (including Teacher D) came to a rural house in the United States. It was a bungalow, surrounded by beautiful scenary and shady trees. There were two trees with their flowers blooming in front of the bungalow; one had rosy red flowers and ther other had white flowers shaped like trumpet. The sun beamed through the shade, and I can see splendid rosy sunrays, like those in late spring or early summer.

I was in a room when the Spirit spoke suddenly. The first thing I heard was radio-active pollution from the Pacific will be deliberately concealed by the US government, and all pacific coastal towns and cities will be in grave danger. Radio-active and toxic wastes would be dumped in some regions, resulting in pollution to the farmland. These things would occur in the United States. Another threat would be coming from the Sun and cosmic dust radiations; people would develop scabs and wounds that could not be healed, thus becoming life threatening.

The view was suddenly changed to a beach. The sun was setting on the horizon, and the sand was wet, probably just after the tide receding. It was dusk time, Teacher D was holding a test-tube of fresh water and examining it in the sunlight. This was the second thing that I heard from the Holy Spirit. Germs that would cause diseases would be found in tap water from the hotel. The germs would be deliberately put by the US government in the water resources. Diseases and plague would break out and strike many people in cities, sparking a water crisis.

This would be New York State, and a town in California. This behavior would be more wicked than using rusty lead water pipes that cause lead pollution. It’s another form of crisis. Then the vision changed to supermarkets in cities. People rushed to buy in panic, and water, food and gasoline shortages arise.

Burden: In addition to the water and farmland pollution caused by natural disasters and extreme weather changes, pollutions also will come from deliberate discharge of pollutants, germs and bio-hazards. What kind of world is this?

Fulfilled prophecies:

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/03/04/us/flint-water-crisis-fast-facts/ (CNN) Here is a look at the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, where cost-cutting measures led to tainted drinking water that contained lead and other toxins.

Contaminated Water Supply:
Historically, the water in the Flint River downstream of Flint has been of poor quality, and was severely degraded during the 1970s, due to "the presence of fecal coliform bacteria, low dissolved oxygen, plant nutrients, oils, and toxic substances." In 2001, the state ordered the monitoring and cleanup of 134 polluted sites within the Flint River watershed, including industrial complexes, landfills and farms laden with pesticides and fertilizer.

According to a class-action lawsuit, the state Department of Environmental Quality was not treating the Flint River water with an anti-corrosive agent, in violation of federal law. The river water was found to be 19 times more corrosive than water from Detroit, which was from Lake Huron, according to a study by Virginia Tech.

Since the water wasn't properly treated, lead from aging service lines to homes began leaching into the Flint water supply after the city tapped into the Flint River as its main water source.

Health effects of lead exposure in children include impaired cognition, behavioral disorders, hearing problems and delayed puberty. In pregnant women, lead is associated with reduced fetal growth. In everyone, lead consumption can affect the heart, kidneys and nerves. Although there are medications that may reduce the amount of lead in the blood, treatments for the adverse health effects of lead have yet to be developed.

High-level radio-active waste from 36 US states are dumped in a landfill in Andrew, Texas. Radiation leakages from a nuclear power plant will concentrate in the world’s second largest bay, which provides irrigation for 27% of US farmlands. If toxic wastes are dumped in ground water, one third of farming water will be polluted, causing a huge crisis.

At least 33 US cities used water testing 'cheats' over lead concerns

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/02/lead-water-testing-cheats-chicago-boston-philadelphia

At least 33 cities across 17 US states have used water testing “cheats” that potentially conceal dangerous levels of lead, a Guardian investigation launched in the wake of the toxic water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has found.

The Guardian investigation concerned thousands of documents detailing water testing practices over the past decade. They reveal: Despite warnings of regulators and experts, water departments in at least 33 cities used testing methods over the past decade that could underestimate lead found in drinking water.

Officials in two major cities – Philadelphia and Chicago – asked employees to test water safety in their own homes. Two states – Michigan and New Hampshire – advised water departments to give themselves extra time to complete tests so that if lead contamination exceeded federal limits, officials could re-sample and remove results with high lead levels. Some cities denied knowledge of the locations of lead pipes, failed to sample the required number of homes with lead plumbing or refused to release lead pipe maps, claiming it was a security risk.

“They make lead in water low when collecting samples for EPA compliance, even as it poisons kids who drink the water,” Edwards, a Virginia Tech scientist, said. “Clearly, the cheating and lax enforcement are needlessly harming children all over the United States.

“If they cannot be trusted to protect little kids from lead in drinking water, what on Earth can they be trusted with? Who amongst us is safe?”

For 25 years, the Environmental Protection Agency has required water utilities to test a small pool of households for lead contamination at least every three years. Typically, city water departments ask residents to collect these water samples. But the way residents are instructed to sample their water, as well as which households are chosen for testing, can profoundly impact how much lead is detected.

Testing methods that can avoid detecting lead include asking testers to run faucets before the test period, known as “pre-flushing”; to remove faucet filters called “aerators”; and to slowly fill sample bottles. The EPA reiterated in February that these lead-reducing methods go against its guidance, and the Flint charges show they may now be criminal acts.

Further distortion is achieved through the removal of “aerators” – the small metal filters at the tip of faucets. These filters can collect lead particles and add to lead detected in tests. The EPA has warned against this practice since 2006, when it became clear that a lead poisoning case in  Durham, North Carolina, was missed by the water department at least partly because it routinely removed the filters.

Philadelphia, a city accused of having the worst water testing in the US, asks testers to pre-flush their pipes, remove aerators and slowly pour water into a sample bottle. The EPA has warned against all these testing methods, which could “mask the added contribution of lead at the tap”.

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