- Dear Jeff...
- I was able to capture these incredible Chem-Trails on
April 15th, 2004 (Tax day). They were shot on the grounds of a local small
airport in Louisville, during midday. It is interesting how the days before
and after April 15th were clear days with no chem-trails. I even emailed
our most senior local weatherman and asked him what those jets are spraying
in the sky. Here is his reply:
- "The weather keeps changing, that's what was going
on yesterday. Aircraft contrails and/or cirrus clouds are usually the first
sign of an approaching weather system - the increasing moisture shows up
first at the highest altitudes since the winds up there are the strongest.
The jets are not "spraying" anything except (possibly) water
vapor. Contrails form two ways. One is the aircraft exhaust (almost entirely
water/water vapor) adds just enough water to an almost saturated atmosphere
for form a thin "tail" of ice crystals. The second way occurs
when the aircraft flies into an area of the atmosphere which is saturated
(or even supersaturated) but not producing ice crystals. The aircraft
"disturbs" this delicate balance and creates spontaneous crystallization.
In either case, it is not smoke, it is not toxic - it is nothing but ice
crystals. Nature is quite good at producing cirrus clouds, but high-flying
aircraft can force the process into production a little early."
- He is only describing the typical Contrail process, since
he must be unaware of chemtrails. I will send him the pics, I have sent
you and perhaps an article.