Are Contrails (Chemtrails) and Weather Modification Technology the Real Causes of Global Warming ?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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Have you looked up at the sky lately and noticed anything strange? All those crisscrossing lines of contrails/exhaust plumes that are being produced by jet planes continue to appear above us on a daily basis. It’s getting to the point where the patterns of jet exhaust are so numerous that the earth’s skies are routinely being transformed from deep blue to hazy and dull.

Commercial jets have been flying above us for many years. Why is it that the presence of these strange cloud formations have only begun to show up since the mid 90’s? What is really going on? Are the contrails that linger in  the atmosphere, fan out, and grey our skies something more sinister than simple jet exhaust?

According to some knowledgeable experts and key whistle-blowers, the cloudy skies forming above us are actually the result of metal particles being intentionally released into our skies by certain aircraft. Chemtrails, as they are commonly referred to by conspiracy theorists, supposedly allow secret HAARP technology to rapidly heat up the atmosphere which directly increases or decreases the amount of rainfall in selected regions throughout the entire planet. Such weather modification techniques could, hypothetically, destroy agriculture and farming projects as well as national and global, economic prosperity. Perhaps this is the real cause of global warming. Perhaps this is what is being aggressively pushed by the powers that be and being blamed on carbon emissions?

Do you think that some governments cannot control the weather? The truth be told, weather modification technology is very real and the invention has been lawfully patented. In addition to the patented technology that exists, the United Nations has had official discussions about weather modification technologies.

Maybe the subjects of chemtrails and weather modification are not conspiracy theories after all?

What do you think about this subject?