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Aerosol Particulates, SARS-CoV-2, and the Broader Potential for Global Devastation

Authors:
  • Transdyne Corporation, California
  • Florida Department of Health in Monroe County
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Introduction
The COVID-19 Pandemic, due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus,
is a wake-up call to humanity, reminding us of our
vulnerability and the necessity for global integrity with
regard to human and environmental health. Liquid
particulates, especially exhaled bioaerosol droplets,
are frequently discussed in connection with person-
to-person viral transmission [1-3]. The recent studies
reviewed here, however, highlight the importance
of solid particulate pollution as a potential means
of its viral transport, and its role in exacerbating
susceptibility and mortality, and diminishing immune
response. Particulate pollution solids portend even
greater global devastation.
Methods
       
      
use in this review is to gather seemingly unrelated
facts scattered through the literature, which when
arranged logically, reveal causal relationships and lead
to new understanding [6]. Detailed multi-discipline
literature searches were conducted to reveal medical
connections and implications between the SARS-Co-V
pandemic and particulate aerosol pollution.
Discussion
SARS-CoV-2 – Particulate Association
In 1989 Hammond et al. [7] postulated that
atmospheric dispersion and intercontinental transport
      
spread, persistence, and ubiquity of the disease, the
explosiveness of epidemics, and the prompt region-
wide occurrence of outbreaks.” In 2006, Tellier [8]
  

[9] investigated the three dimensional microstructure

pollutant, contains many pores which may be possible
virus carriers. They suggest that transmission of
     
explains long-distance transmission. As both are
     
[10,11] also apply to the SARS-CoV-2 virus [12,13].
Open Access Journal of Internal Medicine
ISSN: 2638-5279
Volume 3, Issue 1, 2020, PP: 14-21
Aerosol Particulates, SARS-CoV-2, and the Broader
Potential for Global Devastation
J. Marvin Herndon, Ph.D.1, Mark Whiteside, M.D., M.P.H2
1
2
*Corresponding Author: J. Marvin Herndon, Ph.D., Transdyne Corporation, 11044 Red Rock Drive, San Diego, CA
92131 USA.
Abstract
Particulate pollution has multiple, well-known, serious adverse consequences on human and environmental
              


  

undisclosed particulate pollution. Even in the midst of this Pandemic, we submit, the medical and public health
community and others must demand a full and open accounting of all that transpired with respect to the
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Keywords:        
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The observed correlation between the high levels of
lethality of SARS-CoV-2 and atmospheric pollution
         
that atmospheric pollution might be a co-factor for
COVID-19. A similar conclusion was reached for a

       
illness. Particulate pollutants also degrade immune
defense mechanisms [16,17].
       
evidence indicating the existence of SARS-CoV-2 on
collected samples of outdoor, airborne, particulate
matter (PM) from an industrial site in the high-


States found that an increase of 1 (one) µg/m3 in PM
        

Nature of Particulate Pollution
Particulate pollution is usually thought to arise from
      
ash, or from anthropogenic sources, e.g. machine
abrasion, fossil fuel emissions, and coal combustion.
There is a more pernicious source of particulate
       
emplaced into the troposphere on a near-daily, near
global basis, and which evidence indicates is mainly
        
burning [21-23]. This particulate pollution is typically
evident as white (occasionally black) trails across the

before becoming a white haze, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure1.

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has been undertaken with ever-increasing frequency,
intensity, and geographical range for more than a
decade without regard for public health. Moreover,
       
public into believing that the aerial particulates are
harmless ice-crystal contrails from aircraft engine
exhaust-moisture. That contrail-deception is contrary
     
measurements [22] and observations [23], including
the lower-right photograph of Figure 1 that shows
black trails that cannot be composed of ice-crystals.
Even commercial airlines are involved in the deliberate
atmospheric pollution [23]. Aside from the health
risks arising from the aerosolized particulate-matter
       
‘bad actors’ a potential opportunity the engage in
biological warfare by contaminating the commercial
airlines’ aerial feed-stock.
Activities that pose risks to human health should never
be cloaked in secrecy; the human and environmental
health risks should be revealed, not misrepresented,
including their legal basis. The supposedly legal basis
of the undisclosed, deliberate particulate pollution
was a mystery [26] until we cracked the code [27].
As shown in Figure 2, numerous nations signed on
to a   treaty [28] entitled “Convention on
  
   [hereafter

ENMOD does not do what its title indicates, but instead
it sanctions the use of  
techniques for peaceful purposes and, moreover,
obligates each signatory “State Party” to cooperate in
improvement” operations
     


to any technique for changing through the deliberate
manipulation of natural processes the dynamics,
composition or structure of the Earth, including its
biota, lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere, or of
outer space.
Aerosol Particulates, SARS-CoV-2, and the Broader Potential for Global Devastation
Figure2.
     
reduces atmospheric convective heat-loss from the
surface, producing local and/or global warming [29-
31] and potentially melting polar ice [32,33]. Moreover,
     


      

      
       

17 Open Access Journal of Internal Medicine V3 . I1 . 2020
Aerosol Particulates, SARS-CoV-2, and the Broader Potential for Global Devastation
Air pollution is the leading environmental cause of

matter with combustion-morphology has been found

reactive iron magnetic particulates were found in the
       


and is a risk factor for increased premenopausal breast
      

  
   

       
respiratory diseases, including lung cancer [61], COPD


oxidative stress, imbalanced intracellular calcium

      
      
        
 exposure is associated with lower
respiratory tract infection in children and adults
[66]. It is not surprising, therefore, that particulate
air pollution exposure predisposes individuals to
increased lethality from SARS-CoV-2 [20].
Previous experimental and observational studies on
     
role of aerosols in the transmission of respiratory
 
East Respiratory Virus IMERS). Airborne transmission
was recently established as the dominant route of

particles deep into the nasopharynx, tracheobronchial
area, and lungs would certainly increase the chance of
multisystem infection by COVID-19. Investigations of
adsorption and survival of COVID-19 on the surface of
particulate matter and mechanisms of virus-particle
entry into the body are needed to better understand
the role of air pollution in COVID-19 transmission
[68]. It is likely that long-term (and cumulative)
exposure to air pollutants is one of the most important
contributors to the spread and severity of COVID-19
on a world-wide basis [69].
Conclusions
The COVID-19 Pandemic should give humanity serious
      
return in a more aggressive form; other pandemics
will inevitably follow. Through arrogance and blind
obedience, sovereign nations have opted to participate
in modifying our planetary environment and have
done so without question, without public disclosure,
and without informed consent [22,23]. Life is possible
because of the multitude of complex interactions by
and between biota and their respective environments.
peaceful, but is
extremely hostile de facto environmental warfare.
       

slow planetary demise that will inevitably result from
      
treaty [28] through the deliberate manipulation
of natural processes the dynamics, composition or
structure of the Earth, including its biota, lithosphere,
hydrosphere and atmosphere, or of outer space.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we submit,
the medical and public health community and others
should demand a full and open accounting of all that
transpired with the causality of and response to the
SARS-CoV-2 virus; steps should be taken to prevent
its ever happening again. The steps to be taken should
include ending forever the deliberate aerial particulate
pollution and the revocation of the deceptive ENMOD
treaty [28] by each of the signatory nations.
Abbreviations
COVID-19: coronavirus disease 2019; SARS-CoV-2:
severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus.
ENMOD: Convention on the Prohibition of Military or

Techniques.
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    [11]
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    
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
            

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        
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
           [17]
       
    
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
    

        [18]
       
      
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