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The following videos will give you an introduction to what “chemtrails” are all about.





We will try to bring you the truth about “chemtrails“, and filter out the Conspiracy theory/Misinformation part of it, so that you will get the right picture of what is really going on.

If you google chemtrails, one of the first hits you will get is from Wikipedia, and that it is a conspiracy theory, this is not the truth!

Calling this a conspiracy theory is nothing but disinformation to draw your attention away from what is really going on.

If you take a look at the Revision history on Wikipedia, you will find that many of the edits are claims of False evidence of chemtrails and Reverting possible vandalism.

The evidence speaks for itself, there is no arguing about this, no discussion necessary, just common sense and eyes up at the skies.

In other words, the term “chemtrails” has been contaminated with disinformation! So take what information you get with a pinch of salt regarding that term, and use your own research and conclusions as to what’s true or not.

Here are some important notes from wikipedia:

Stratospheric sulfate aerosols (geoengineering)

The ability of stratospheric sulfate aerosols to create a global dimming effect has made them a possible candidate for use in climate engineering projects to limit the effect and impact of climate change due to rising levels of greenhouse gases.

Tom Wigley calculated the impact of injecting sulfate particles, or aerosols, every one to four years into the stratosphere in amounts equal to those lofted by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991, but did not address the many technical and political challenges involved in potential climate engineering efforts. If found to be economically, environmentally and technologically viable, such injections could provide a “grace period” of up to 20 years before major cutbacks in greenhouse gas emissions would be required, he concludes.

Distribution: It is logistically difficult to deliver aerosols evenly around the globe. Challenges therefore exist in creating a network of delivery points sufficient to allow viable climate engineering from a limited number of launching sites.

Climate engineering in general is a controversial technique, and carries problems and risks. However, certain problems are specific to, or more pronounced with this particular technique.

Climate engineering

Not to be confused with Geoengineering.

Climate engineering, also referred to as geoengineering, is the deliberate and large-scale intervention in the Earth’s climatic system with the aim of reducing global warming.

Effect on sunlight, sky and clouds
Managing solar radiation using aerosols or cloud cover would involve changing the ratio between direct and indirect solar radiation. This would affect plant life and solar energy. It is believed that there would be a significant effect on the appearance of the sky from stratospheric aerosol injection projects, notably a hazing of blue skies and a change in the appearance of sunsets. Aerosols are affecting the formation of clouds, especially cirrus clouds.

There is general consensus that no geoengineering technique is currently sufficiently safe or effective to solve the problem of climate change.

Due to the potentially uneven changes caused by geoengineering interventions, legal issues may also be an impediment to implementation. The changes resulting from some geoengineering techniques (particularly SRM methods) may benefit some people and disadvantage others (although modelling studies have indicated that the effects would be much less unequal than the effects of climate change that the geoengineering would be masking). There may therefore be legal challenges to the implementation of geoengineering techniques by those who perceive that they are adversely affected by them.


Solar radiation management

Solar radiation management (SRM) projects (proposed and theoretical) are a type of climate engineering which seek to reflect sunlight and thus reduce global warming.


Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering

Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering (SPICE) is a United Kingdom government-funded geoengineering research project that aims to assess the feasibility of injecting particles into the stratosphere from a tethered balloon for the purposes of solar radiation management.


As you can see, there is an ongoing program to change the earths climate.

The Contrail Disinformation War

They are popping up all over; websites and blogs that try to convince the public that short, non-persistent plumes coming out of jets are “contrails”. Facebook shills are government employees and contractors who are paid to convince you what short, non-persistent trails coming out of jets are harmless water vapor.
Don’t be deceived. Contrails are extremely rare and only occur in conditions that:
1. Are so rare that most people will never see one in their entire lives, and
2. Cannot be seen from the ground.
If you see a trail come out of a jet, long or short, persistent or non-persistent, you can be sure that it’s a chemtrail.

Source: The Great Contrail Con