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If you’re on the east coast tonight, keep an eye on the sky between 7pm and 9pm: NASA is launching a test of some new tech that will include releasing colorful vapor tracers 130 miles above the Earth. It sounds like it’s going to be beautiful.
originally posted by: NewzNose
a reply to: Zaphod58
So you mean that chemi doesn't mean "chemical"?
NASA's "first ever" public chemtrails experiment in Maryland, spraying clouds from "dispersed canisters " of FAKE cloud vapor into the sky. Where? Up to 134 miles in the ionosphere...so sayeth CBS.
Chemtrails are real, not fake.
originally posted by: TheTruthRocks
"So says Lt Colonel Royston Potter, who represents a network of military elites who feels it is time to tell the TRUTH..."
Be very careful who you cite as an authoritative source here. A person that cannot be truthful about themselves is incapable of being trusted to be truthful on any topic.
Potter is the typical Stolen Valor type of character: his 'military career' was soooo secret, there were no records of him ever being in the military--so he claimed.
Not so, in fact. A FOIA request revealed the following. He completed 28 years of combined active and reserve duty in the Army. Here's the interesting part: he went 28 years and retired without receiving a single personal decoration. That is almost impossible to achieve. You have to try hard to do nothing, and hope they let you keep your commission, which is how this guy did it. The only decorations he received were service awards that are automatically given for simply being there and breathing the air.
Not a single award for commendation, achievement or meritorious service. In 28 years. That says a lot about his character.
He's a self-serving attention hound. If it's entertainment you're after, look no further because he does entertain. If you'd like to learn a bit more about this guy, here's one review. It's from 2013, so the word has been out for a while.