Chem Trails in the Sky

I’m not usually one to believe in a lot of conspiracy theories and stuff like that, but this theory of chem trails rings a little more true for me since I actually observed the tic-tac-toe grid being formed last week and watched some interesting documentaries on the subject.

Basically, “they” are seeding our atmosphere with aluminum and barium particles, among other things.  It doesn’t take a degree in rocket science to figure out that can not be a good thing.

Everyone knows that high-flying jets sometimes leave contrails – those billowy white cloud lines – but contrails disperse quickly and disappear.  Chemtrails are usually laid in a grid, and don’t disappear.  Instead they slowly spread and cover a blue sky with a cloudy haze.

Why would “they” do this?  Some theories say it’s to stop global warming.  Others say it’s to control weather patterns.  Others say “they” are trying to eventually kill us off and reduce the population.  I don’t know why, but I know I don’t like what I saw and what I’m hearing about this.  Don’t take my word for it, research it for yourself.  As with everything, there are some weird theories and sites on this, but here are a couple to get you started.  Of course if you just Google ‘chem trails’ that will work too.

Chemtrail Central

I’m still researching too, but I do think that something is definitely rotten in the sky.


5 Responses to “Chem Trails in the Sky”

  1. KGMom Says:

    Oh great–something new to worry about. The other day, I watched a video someone had posted on Facebook about UFOs.
    Say, wait a minute–any chance these chemtrails are designed to PROTECT us from UFOs?

  2. Notthatstupid Says:

    Don’t be stupid. You’re taking someone’s word for it and chances are they aren’t scientists and don’t have the education to know that contrails don’t always disappear right away. Given the right weather conditions, they can last just as long as these “chemtrails” you saw. Oh, a grid pattern! We all know the flight path of aircraft NEVER intersects unless they’re up to no good.

    • obi4240 Says:

      You may want to do some research on chemtrails – and yes, you will find all sorts of sites out there, but look at the more credible ones, including those that cite scientific examples. You may learn something.

  3. Courtney Says:

    Ha, at this point, I would gladly be taken away by a UFO. Im dealing with my own “smart” meter fiasco. Unbelievable.

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