The aircraft presented in this video appear to be commercial airliners, however there is no evidence that passengers were aboard these jets or that the aircraft were actually part of a commercial fleet. This leaves open the possibility that these chemtrails aircraft are “imposters” used by the military to lend credence to a massive, covert climate modification program.
In 1990 the Department of Defense published a “Chemtrails” manual for pilot training at the USAF Academy..
In the mid-1990’s unmarked military aircraft were observed spraying aerosols from ports located in the wings and around the exhaust of the jet engines.
In recent years, civilian aircraft are increasingly contracted to secretly spray aerosols through ports located near the engines and airframe. This video provides a well documented example of commercial aircraft spraying chemtrails over Gainsville and North Florida involving AIRTRAN airways.
IPCC scientists also admit CO2 from aircraft will grow 3% per year but make no recommendation about using alternative forms of travel.
While not admitting that aircraft are spraying tons of aerosols into the atmosphere these same scientists say that contrails and artificial clouds have a profound effect on the climate and tend to warm global surface temperatures.
“If global warming is real, why are these aircraft secretly spraying aerosols that are known by UN/IPCC scientists, to warm the climate?”
Sources and Data:
- UN/IPCC Working Group III: Mitigation
- Scientist Says Jet Aircraft Contrails and Artificial Clouds Are Warming Global Surface Temperatures
- Chemtrail Aerosols Warm Surface Temperature and Aggravate Global Warming
- NASA: “Aerosols May Drive a Significant Portion of Arctic Warming”
- Unnatural Cloud Formations and Effect of Relative Humidity on Contrail Formation
- Government Agencies Lie to Promote Chemtrail Aerosols as Normal Contrails
- Contrail Distance Formation Model
- Contrail Formation Model
- Chemtrails Aerosols Instigate Drought Conditions
- BOOK: Contrails, Chemtrails and Artificial Clouds, 2007 by David Dahl