Prevent Devastating Hail Storms, Flash Floods, Tornadoes, Tsunami, by Eradicating Global Abortion, and Reversing Contraception: A Retrospective Analysis
Background: During the period of contraception and abortion [mid-twentieth and early-twentieth centuries], the frequency of hail storms, tornadoes, flash floods, and tsunamis increased; as a result, an altruistic analysis of any link between increasing natural disaster trends and contraception, abortion, was planned for the previous 4-5 decades, by analyzing the environmental pollutant. The occurrence of hail storms, flash floods, tornadoes, and tsunamis coincided with the gradual and covert implementation of global contraception and abortion. Pollutants such as estrogen, alpha feto  protein, and beta human chorionic gonadotropin were detected in rivers and oceans and linked to the findings. Three river water samples near Cape Comorian were tested for Estrogen, as were four sea water samples from four different seas: the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal near the cape, and the Bay of Bengal near the Union Territory. Routine hemoglobin electrophoresis was used to estimate fetal and adult hemoglobin in sea water. alph estimation Results: There has been a 2.5-fold increase in hail storms, flash floods, tornadoes, [p0.01] and a 6-fold increase [p0.0005] in tsunami over the last 4-5 decades. Earlier estimates  of estrogen, alpha feto protein, and beta human chorionic gonadotropin in rivers and oceans revealed the following: Estrogen levels were found to be 3-5pg/ml in river water and 0.3-1pg/ml in sea water. Alpha feto protein was found in sea and river water at 0.6ng/ml, and human chorionic gonadotropin was found at 0.1miu/ml, confirming further, aborted blood pollution of the sea and river. It was also found in rivers, which were then diluted by the oceans. Hemoglobin was not detected in pg.
Conclusion: Contraceptive menstrual blood pollution, or aborted blood pollution of waterways, as demonstrated by estrogen, alpha fetoprotein, and beta human chorionic gonadotropin, depletes oxygen in rivers and oceans, which cannot be replaced by plants depleting ozone, combined with putrefaction of massive fetuses  producing toxic, inflammable, explosive gases, resulting in increased
trends of tornadoes, flash floods, hail storms, tsunamis.
Author (S) Details
Elizabeth JeyaVardhini Samuel
Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences and Research, Madras University, Tamilnadu, India.
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