Friday, August 16, 2013

Become A Chemtrailer

Jon David Miller
Activist Post

What Are Chemtrails?

If you watch the sky on days of visibility, you may notice unusually long-lasting emission trails from airplanes, sometimes criss-crossing each other.

Normal airplane condensation “contrails” are made of ice crystals from the freezing of moisture in a jet's exhaust when the air humidity and temperature are at certain levels. Real contrails usually disappear rapidly.

By contrast, “chemtrails” are chemical aerosol sprays that persist and emanate out into fake cirrus clouds, often accumulating in layers. These artificial clouds commonly draw moisture to them, gradually making a chemical haze in the sky.

Who Is Spraying The Chemtrails?