Chemtrail particles are now found in air samples from the northwestern US state of Washington, and researchers say they are linked to a health problem that affects some people in that region.
According to the latest results from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, radon, a chemical used to generate heat, is found in about a quarter of air samples collected in Washington, DC and Washington state.
The agency says the air samples tested by its scientists were taken in 2015 and 2016.
Radon is an important component of radon-based aerosols, which are produced when CO2 is exhaled.
Radons are known to be a health hazard because they can cause skin cancer, lung cancer, kidney disease and other diseases.
In a statement, the EPA says it “has been conducting extensive radon tests on air samples taken in 2016 and 2017 to see if they have a radon content.”
Radon levels have risen in the past decade, and the agency is now conducting air samples to look for any additional evidence of this increase.
The agency says that the tests it is conducting are “not indicative of a radionuclide release event,” and that “radon levels are increasing, not decreasing, at a rate that is consistent with previous releases from radon sources.”
Radon is used in the manufacture of some consumer products, such as batteries and batteries chargers, and is found to be present in a significant amount in many air filters.
The EPA says that although the new air samples show radon levels, “there is no indication that radon is being released from these air samples.”
The agency adds that “this data will be helpful in developing a robust and comprehensive analysis of radons in air pollution that could be used to develop radon mitigation measures for areas that may have higher radon emissions.”
In its statement, Washington state’s Department of Health and Human Services said that in a recent survey of people with radon exposure, “most of the individuals surveyed reported being in compliance with state and federal radon limits.
A few individuals had radon concentrations higher than the limits.”
The health agency added that, while the number of people who tested positive for radon was small, it was “extremely concerning that people with elevated radon concentration had not been tested.”
The EPA is continuing to collect air samples in Washington and Washington, D.C. in hopes of finding additional radon.
RadON is found naturally in air and can be detected in the air when CO 2 is emitted by plants.
According a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people with low levels of radionucleides are more likely to develop cancer.
The WHO estimates that about one in every 100,000 people in the world is exposed to radionuicides, which include radon deuterium, which is the chemical used as a precursor to radium, in the form of the so-called “radioactive” isotope radium-235.