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Drop in Con/chem trail activity in cold month Jan due to recession??

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posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 08:55 AM
I have noticed a very dramatic decline in con/chem trail activity over London this January!

In contrast to other threads claiming January is historically a high activity month due to the cold atmosphere, people staying at home more due to chistmas debt and noticing them more etc etc.

This sudden lack of persisting contrails in what you could call "ideal" weather conditions (Over a global downturn period), almost convinces me that there is more to these now declining persistant contails than mere water vapour.

Could it be that chemtrails actually then do exist and that the recession is hitting tptb's pockets too, forcing them to minimise spraying for the time being??

Or are they minimising spraying now that thousands of people are jobless, sat at home, able to notice them more?

Just a thought!

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 09:10 AM
We're getting less of them too here in Adelaide, and it's quite hot here at the moment. Usually there's lots in summer.

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