SKYSCRATCH: Documentary Looks at Chemtrail Link to Climate Change Reply

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SkyScratch Part 1  Video Link:
A look at Media fear-mongering to convince public drastic geoengineering methods are necessary to mitigate “climate change”.

SkyScratchPart 2  Video Link:
A sober look at history weather and climate have always been changing.

SkyScratch Part 3  Video Link:
(1) Local network affiliate meteorologists report jets spraying aluminum particles in the atmosphere. (2) A segment on a BBC documentary on global dimming – a mysterious reduction in amount of sunlight reaching earth’s surface.

SkyScratch Part 4  Video Link:

A look at geoengineer, David Keith as interviewed by Stephen Colbert. Keith is promoting a little book “A Case For Climate Engineering  to explain how spraying the stratosphere with sulfuric acid may be necessary to mitigate the alleged ravages of global warming.

The book has a typo on nearly every page;  a quality deficit that reflects Keith’s submission is totally unworthy to reflect the prestige of the MIT Press.

Furthermore, Keith’s recommendation that readers go to the website to learn how to debunk “chemtrails” is a red flag in flames.  Owner of the website – Mick West – is an admitted novice who simply likes to debunk things having mostly to do with jet aerosol emissions and chemtrails.

It’s a bizarre finding that David Keith has no better source to explain contrails and the atmosphere than to rely on the pseudo-science of hobbyist, Mick West.

West’s amateur debunking includes a near comical attempt to explain how ice crystals can form inside the hot exhaust from a jet engine.

Since contrails are defined as ice crystals formed from water vapor, Mick attempts to fool the naive into believing that no invisible gap of water vapor is required before it freezes to form the (visible) contrail – at a typical 1.5 wingspan length aft of the aircraft.

A Case for Climate Engineering – David Keith

David Keith End Note 43:

“There are many good websites devoted to debunking chemtrails including and 

 Surprisingly, each site posts an honest disclaimer:

  • Skeptic Project actually boasts:  “Your #1 COINTELPRO cognitive infiltration source”
  • Mick West has an equal disclaimer for Contrail Science posts: “The Science and Pseudoscience of Contrails and Chemtrails”


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