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That is not rain, that is not snow. Believe it or not, military aircraft flying through the region dropping chaft(sp?). Small bits of allummanim, plastic or sometimes metalized paper products.
Originally posted by kid_of_3NKi
"...now they won't confirm that but i was in the marine corp for many years and i tell you right now, thats what it is"
LOL, that hilarious
Go whistleblowers, go!
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by 11118
As he says, used by the military and does in fact show up on doplar radar.
Tell me, when you see your 'chemtrails' are they so big they cover 5 states?
It has been documented in the past, particularly in western states, that NWS NEXRAD radar can detect chaff. What is that you ask? Chaff is a radar countermeasure used by military aircraft consisting of very small pieces of metal such as aluminum. It can appear as narrow bands of reflectivity on the radar since they are dispersed by planes flying at high speeds along a path.
Originally posted by Bumr055
No worries people, your safe to breath in this particular aluminum and plastic.. in fact anything you call "chaff" automatically becomes harmless.