The National Weather Service introduced the index yesterday (June 29, 1994) in 58 cities around the nation, as part of an effort to help Americans avoid hazardous overexposure to the sun. (Source)
The UV Index tells whites how quickly their skin starts being destroyed without their SPF protection. The chemicals used in SPF, however, have been known to cause legitimate cancers also. Remember, the skin plagues and melanomas are the curse of God against white people for their skin sins and continued evil of today. They are not ‘cancers’. In the books of Daniel, Isaiah and Revelations God warns He will curse the evil with the Sores That Do Not Heal. Skin cancer and melanomas are these sores. Continue reading
Nothing demonstrates white people’s now damnation upon the planet more than Ra’s intolerance for them within ‘his’ light. Defined by whites as nothing more than a ‘big ball of gas’, the ancients knew what apparently many (both black & white) of our generations don’t know: that those things which give us life (or allow our life to exist) are sentient beings i.e. beings or ‘things’ greater than not only us but, too, greater than our very perceptual abilities.
Do you know about the UV Index? The UV Index tells whites how quickly their skin starts being destroyed without their SPF protection. The chemicals used in SPF, however, have been known to cause legitimate cancers also. It is printed in every major news publication each and every day.
The most common sunscreens on the market contain chemical filters. These products typically include a combination of two to six of these active ingredients: oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, homosalate and octinoxate. Mineral sunscreens use zinc oxide and/ortitanium dioxide. See: The Trouble With Sunscreen Chemicals. So, with there being no real cure for the Yakub Skin Plagues afflicting white people’s skin. The chemicals for the protective agent they are using in attempts to protect themselves from their damnation actually cause legitimate cancers. Lol! Their conundrum worsens! Continue reading
But even on cloudy days like Sunday, there’s still a risk of getting burned.The Gulf Coast glare is so strong, experts recommend limiting sun exposure, even when there’s a cloud cover.
“Down hear I burn so easily, so I load up on sunscreen,” Abby Siudak, a spring breaker from Illinois, said. Continue reading