Maybe you’ve noticed the white streaks in the sky. Maybe you’ve seen them criss-cross into X’s or grids. Maybe you’ve just presumed this to be “interesting”, but nothing more. Yesterday and Sunday there were more than I'd seen in a while, and I'm getting kind of wierded out about it.
If you haven’t noticed this phenomenon, start looking up at the sky, usually on a perfectly clear day. There are planes flying over the Brattleboro/Keene area, leaving behind them streaks of “exhaust” that eventually spread out and look like cloud streaks, and finally, a generalized haze.
Why, I’ve been wondering? What is this about? It just seems odd. So I did a little research on the web. You should, too.
I can’t say I’ve found any really conclusive answers, other than the fact that more questions need to be asked. What I now know is:
1. Planes are not supposed to leave streaks of white stuff after them. In some conditions, vapor trails or “contrails” are not uncommon, but they dissipate very quickly. These streaks last for hours, and are usually in characteristic X’s, grids, or parallel lines. The speculation is that these are not "contrails, but "chemtrails", trails of chemicals.
2. This phenomenon began to be noticed around 1999. It usually happens over high-density population areas.
3. Some have speculated on all sorts of fairly whacky reasons for this, from weather control to mass inoculations to protection from loss of ozone. I, for one, haven’t yet found a definitive answer, or even one that feels far more plausible than the others. All I know is, I don’t know what this is, and I’d like to.
So, I’m planning to research it more, and learn what I can, and contact whichever agencies seem appropriate, in the hope of getting some clarity. It’s just weird, these low-flying planes leaving stuff behind them that just shouldn’t be there. I would encourage everyone to start noticing this, and learning what you can, and asking proper authorities to explain this. Do a Google search on "chemtrails", but be aware that there are a lot of pretty loony theories about this, as well as some supported by science and reason.
If you have noticed this phenomenon, I'd love to hear others opinions or speculations about it.