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Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

We are constantly reminded of the fact that 1 in 3 seniors will die with Alzheimer’s or dementia symptoms. When you ask why that is the case and why we should see a continuous increase in the rate of these two illnesses, we essentially get a blank stare from the medical community.

The same is true of Autism which I will cover on a separate webpage.

Those of us that are familiar with geoengineering know that toxic sprays that contain aluminum, barium, and strontium MUST have an adverse impact on human health. We believe the nano particles pass through the blood brain barrier and enter the brain where they play havoc. But getting the medical community to accept the fact that geoengineering is real, is the challenge

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Here is what the famous Mayo Clinic says about Alzheimer’s

Scientists believe that for most people, Alzheimer’s disease is caused by a combination of genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect the brain over time.

Less than 5 percent of the time, Alzheimer’s is caused by specific genetic changes that virtually guarantee a person will develop the disease.

Although the causes of Alzheimer’s aren’t yet fully understood, its effect on the brain is clear. Alzheimer’s disease damages and kills brain cells. A brain affected by Alzheimer’s disease has many fewer cells and many fewer connections among surviving cells than does a healthy brain.

As more and more brain cells die, Alzheimer’s leads to significant brain shrinkage. When doctors examine Alzheimer’s brain tissue under the microscope, they see two types of abnormalities that are considered hallmarks of the disease:

  • Plaques. These clumps of a protein called beta-amyloid may damage and destroy brain cells in several ways, including interfering with cell-to-cell communication. Although the ultimate cause of brain-cell death in Alzheimer’s isn’t known, the collection of beta-amyloid on the outside of brain cells is a prime suspect.
  • Tangles. Brain cells depend on an internal support and transport system to carry nutrients and other essential materials throughout their long extensions. This system requires the normal structure and functioning of a protein called tau.In Alzheimer’s, threads of tau protein twist into abnormal tangles inside brain cells, leading to failure of the transport system. This failure is also strongly implicated in the decline and death of brain cells.

On 4-3-2016 – I wrote to the lead researcher at the Mayo Clinic to see if he knew about the geoengineering spraying and the toxins. Let’s see what he comes back with.

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