Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Chemtrails vs. Contrails & Declassified Proof

This video provides a surreal but factual summary of the chemtrail phenomenon and the effect that chemtrails are having on the environment.


It is important to distinguish between contrails and chemtrails. Contrails are streaks of condensed water vapor created in the air by jet airplanes at high altitudes. Contrails typically become visible about a wingspans distance behind an aircraft flying at high altitude. The trail dissipates quite quickly, usually within a minute or so. Chemtrails, on the other hand, are visible directly behind an aircraft, with little or no gap between the aircraft and the start of the trail. Chemtrails vary from contrails in their length of persistence. Chemtrails do not dissipate quickly; they tend to form into mushy clouds which can block sunlight. Some people are reporting what they describe to be unusual activity in the sky, including jets leaving trails at low altitudes, spray lines creating X's, S's and parallel lines, lines that slowly spread to create a canopy of haze, and reports of unusual smells, tastes, and even illness related to the trails. Also, a reddish-brown gel, dropped from low-flying aircraft, has been observed by people in the past and was even documented on Unsolved Mysteries. Samples have been analyzed and shown to contain high levels of aluminum-oxide, barium-oxide and other highly toxic chemicals.

The chemtrail phenomena is causing quite a stir amongst us conspiracy nuts, but so far I haven't heard of anyone linking them to the sarin experiments conducted over the skies of Wiltshire, home to Stonehenge, a semi-rural county in southwest England. In the carefree days of the sixties, when all that worried mankind was the threat of nuclear war, the US and UK military busied themselves developing toys at a secretive laboratory — Port Down. Among the fun and games tests were conducted to determine the effects of low level spraying with toxic nerve agents, includng sarin, tabun, soman, and VX. These experiments came to British public attention forty years later, in declassified documents, October 2002.

e, fellow investigators, is the paraffin to ignite a smoldering fire: I quote from The Times story about these military pranks: "Crop-dusting was not the only method used to 'weaponise' the nerve agents. The files explain how British and US military personnel used 'rain-type' munitions and bombs."

Here is the London Times article: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article1169264.ece

Thanks to Nonoun on the discussion forum for bringing up this topic. View the thread on Atlantean Conspiracy forums here: http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=talk1&action=display&thread=12


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