Most people equate the topic of chem trails with conspiracy theories and believe what we are seeing are simple contrails, however, nothing could be further from the truth, as there happens to be more chem trails in the sky than contrails.
Chem trails are part of the United Nations climate project designed to fight the effects of climate change and have been used for years.
Most of the chemicals used in producing chem trails are barium, lead, arsenic, chromium, aluminum, cadmium, silver, and selenium.
The idea behind the project is to create a thin layer of these chemicals at an altitude of around 40,000 feet, in the earth’s atmosphere to create a barrier to reflect part of the sun’s radiation back into space before it reaches the surface.
The only problem with this reasoning is by producing a thin layer of visible particles in the upper atmosphere of the planet would actually create warming of our planet by creating a greenhouse effect. This is the whole idea the UN has had from the beginning. Since no physical evidence of global warming exists, the UN climate organizations formed their own plan to create it, and mask their efforts with the claim the project is to fight it.
We can tell the difference between chem trails and con trails by the way they act in the sky.
A con trail will quickly disappear minutes after the plane passes, whereas a chem trail will last for hours, spreading out forming a thin layer of pseudo cirrus cloud cover. The one instance where a con trail will last longer than a minute or two is when a contrail is produced and the area happens to have the jet stream directly overhead. Even in this case, the contrail will quickly move off in the direction of the flow of the jet stream.
Aside from climate, there are other aspects associated with chem trails, like their toxicity.
Chem trails spread radioactive and biological materials along with the toxic metals mentioned before. These elements pollute our water, air, crops, and fully integrate into all farm animals. Thus, it is rather like we humans are being crop dusted, only this time we are the pests.
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