January 7, 2014
Many people look up into the sky everyday and notice white trails being sprayed from airliners. Some believe they are seeing innocent condensation trails (‘contrails’), yet a growing number of people around the world are beginning to uncover the evidence that proves these lingering white trails (‘chemtrails’) are actually evidence of a stratospheric aerosol geoengineering spraying program.
A quick glance at Wikipedia would have you believe chemtrails are a conspiracy theory and if you watched the Sci Fi Network’s TV show Joe Rogan Question’s Everything, you would also believe that the jet trails seen above were simply just fuel being burned off by airplanes.
Ellen Degeneres asked Al Gore about the ‘rumour’ of scientists trying to block the sun with chemicals, in an effort to slow down global warming and Gore played it off as hokey sounding, although he sure knew a lot about the science.
The more this science is researched, the more names you find to describe it. Geoengineering, solar radiation management, weather modification, climate remediation and cloud seeding are all agreed upon academic terms and not labeled as conspiracy theory.
Why does the word chemtrail automatically trigger people to think conspiracy theory?
The word chemtrail has a negative connation that makes a lot of people immediately write it off as a conspiracy theory, because it sounds harmful. Many claim, “the government wouldn’t do that to us” or “that would be too expensive and hard to keep secret.”
So let’s take a look at the undeniable evidence, to finally prove if chemtrails are real or not.
First of all, the stratospheric aerosol spraying patents must be read thoroughly. The list is long, but it is sourced and provides a good way to look into the history of the technology of using planes to disperse chemicals for a wide variety of reasons.
Next, we must look back to the Vietnam War, where our military ran Operation Popeye, a weather modification operation to ‘make mud not war.’ The purpose of this operation was to seed clouds to create heavy rains that would deny the enemy access to roadways and bridges. All military rainmaking operations were halted within days following the New York Times’ report on them in 1972.
Now that we know about the past, we can look ahead to the future.
On November 1, 2013, President Obama signed an Executive Order titled, ‘Preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change.’ In Section 5 of the order it says, “these plans evaluate the most significant climate change related risks to, and vulnerabilities in, agency operations and missions in both the short and long term.”
We can’t prove the operations and missions that were mentioned related to chemtrails, but we can prove that earlier in 2013, Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), described the scientific process as, “spraying material into the stratosphere, where it would turn into reflective clouds.” Shockingly, the article went on to say, “Flying a fleet of high-altitude aircraft that spray particles into the upper atmosphere would cost perhaps ten billion dollars per year -- a pittance for a country that is suffering from severe climate change and seeks a quick solution.”
Now we’re in trouble.
So if chemtrails are actually real after are, what does a contrail look like?
Contrails dissipate after a short period of time, as opposed to chemtrails which linger for hours, eventually leaving the sky covered in a silverly white haze. This difference is important to remember, as not all planes above us are apart of this operation.
With so many people talking about climate change these days, it’s important that we dispel the chemtrail conspiracy myth and begin using the scientific terms instead of chemtrail. We are living under a massive geoengineering experiment and as we saw with the ending of Operation Popeye, we can put this operation to a halt quickly.
The solution to climate change doesn’t start with carbon taxes, trades or reduced emmissions, it starts with admitting chemtrails are the cause of our planet’s climate change problems. Once we can move past the word chemtrail and begin using the correct terms, stratospheric aerosol geoengineering, solar radiation management, weather modification, climate remediation, cloud seeding and reverse global warming, then we can actually start addressing more solutions to this problem.
For more information on this subject, check out the documentaries What In the World Are They Spraying, Why In The World Are They Spraying and Look Up!