Friday, January 23, 2015

Washington Post article re. chemtrails

Read it, make up your own mind and spread the word if you would like to alert others.  The following recent Washington Post article shows that the mainstream media is floating balloon articles about chemtrails (finally! after ALL these years that we have been seeing these things in our skies!!), to determine where "We, the People" as a whole stand regarding this subject.  Then view the link about military whistle blower U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Kristen Meghan at:  and also the following short youtube videos:

Following is the Washington Post article which, of course, contains all kinds of sneering comments against "conspiracy theorists" but which also contains a few important sentences that give credence to the concerns of all of us "conspiracy theorists" who see chemtrails in our skies almost daily and have been seeing them for the past decade and longer -- and who actually care about what is being put into our atmosphere for all to breathe. 

Please read the Readers' Comments at the end of the article -- virtually ALL of them show that "We, the People" know our atmosphere is being sprayed with barium and strontium particles and that we are breathing in those particles -- and most are very concerned about it!

EXCERPT from the article:

SRM researcher David Keith of Harvard University argues that we can't simply dismiss the concerns that drive this emotionally charged movement. "The strength of the concern about chemtrails no doubt reflects very real and much more widespread concerns about high-leverage [technologies] in general, and about solar geoengineering in particular," he explained in an email.

Environmental concerns could naturally become central to any mainstream debate over whether to actually use aerosols to undertake SRM. Some scientists have suggested that putting additional aerosols in the air could increase deadly air pollution or damage the ozone layer. It also wouldn't address emissions of the most important greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide. Thus, not only would it do nothing to slow down CO2-driven ocean acidification; it also would mean that if you were ever to stop injecting aerosols into the air, global warming would resume — and quickly.