Thanks to the internet reformation, chemtrails are now common knowledge, with only the most obtuse among us in denial. The proof, after all, is found not only in scientific treatises or articles on the web by unknowns such as this writer, but easily discerned by simply looking up into the sky on almost any given day. Google Images will provide hundreds of pictures of chemtrails from all over the world. As a visitor of ‘truther’ sites, you, the reader, no doubt are already well aware of them and require little to no convincing as to the veracity of their existence.
There is a vast and ever growing body of knowledge concerning chemtrails found in the written word, pictures, videos and testimonials; from ordinary citizens to global household names. The common denominator of this growing body of data is that chemtrails are dangerous to all life on earth. This short article will attempt to explain, in relatable terms, how they came about, exactly what they are, why they are being sprayed across our skies, and how they will impact our future as a species.