Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Five Chemtrail Planes Spraying In Formation



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BBC said...

They are not spraying anything, those are just vapor trails.

texlahoma said...

BBC - I hate to disagree with you, but I do. I remember the good old con-trails you are talking about, they would disappear after a few to (maybe thirty) seconds, these are chem-trails. They hang around a long time and eventually spread out and turn into what looks like a thin layer of clouds. They are mostly aluminum and barium, some say for weather control, some say for HAARP, whatever they are for, they sure aren't good for living things.

Bob said...

Sure looks like vapor trails to me.

I can remember vapor trails years and years ago(long before HAARP etc.) that would last for a very long time. It all depended on the condition of the atmosphere at altitude.

The only unusual thing here is the apparent formation of the aircraft, indicating they are probably military.

texlahoma said...

Bob and BBC - It must be nice living in a world without chemtrails or are y'all just saying that these particular one aren't chemtrails?

BBC said...

We have them all over the sky's here, we live in a very humid area.

Bob said...

Well...


Old WW2 movies show our fleets of bombers heading for Germany and they had lots of vapor trails. Like I said, it depended on the condition of the atmosphere at altitude.

I'm not saying they aren't spraying crap out of research aircraft somewhere nowadays - they probably are - but here at Dallas you can watch a commercial jet take off, head for altitude, and then start leaving a vapor trail.

Happens all the time. Probably at Austin a,so.

BBC said...

CONTRAIL.....

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

While I would not put it past the psychopaths running things to be spraying poison into the air, the contrails are nothing new.
I still think cloud-seeding would be more effective than chemicals for generating a sunlight reflector.

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