Speak Out: Chemtrails don’t exist?
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It’s a recent Saturday at 9:45 in the morning, a beautiful day, clear-blue skies. I am sitting outside on my deck with my wife, enjoying a nice cool breeze, when I notice high-flying aircraft going east to west/west to east as busy bees.

I observe spewing out of these aircraft white plumes that fill the sky for hours. Contrails? Chemtrails? I don’t know. I watched the documentary called. “What in the world are they spraying.” I am studying geo-engineering and these plumes sure look like chemtrails.

It’s now noon, and the plumes are still there except now they have all formed together making a white/grey cloud. The blue skies are now gone except for a patch or two. The sun is not as bright as it was in the morning.

Well, it is now 5 p.m., and the plume/clouds are still there. I guess it’s time to go inside and take my tin foil hat off since Wikipedia says chemtrails don’t exist.

Jon Cramer
Oxford
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