Monday, July 14
US Energy Department says Chemtrails Replacing Contrails in Weather Modification
For openers, WPLG-TV in Miami (no date available) inserts this Chemtrails 101, on a jet dumping called "chaff," note in a weather report.
Earlier this year, a Tampa Bay station also mentioned "chaff" interfering with its weather radar.
In 2005 or 2006, a NBC News affiliate near San Bernadino, California filed this intriguing report below, which partially distinguishes between "contrails"--the creation of jet planes, which the government willingly confirms--and "chemtrails," which are, for now, officially do not exist.
It gets better.
The money shot, for me, in the 4 1/2 minute clip is UC-Irvine professor and Department of Energy contractor Dr. Gregory Binford's admission the US government indeed was modifying weather patterns by creating, for lack of a better term, "contrails clouds"--although "chemtrail clouds," the reporter assures us (and Binford seemingly confirms this, although the editing is tricky here), would be in America's future--for counteracting global warming. (Yes, the weather nonphenomenon the White House calls "hot air."
We also learn that earlier this year the US Senate proposed a weather-modification bill--S 517 --which never became law.
An unnamed southwestern Arkansas news station (Ft. Smith?) also goes beyonnd the superficial, actually giving chemtrails a serious consideration.
Now consider these observations by former Oak Ridge epidemiological researcher Rosie Bertell offered on chemtrails in this 2005 interview by Snowshoe Films:
With failure of S 517, it's no telling how long it will take the US military to admit what it officially says now does not.
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