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There is a lot of good information on chemtrails on ATS. Just use the search engine. Keep in mind that there are those that will tell you that whatever you see are simply contrails. It is their job.
Yes it looke pretty much identical to that. And when I saw it later on in the night the moon had moved but they were still in the same place
Business executive and documentary film producer Foster Gamble followed the money, found the laws and penalties that outlaw such spraying, and suggests a win-win solution in which constitutional control can be restored and officials can avoid jail. Foster Gamble is a co-founder of the California Alliance to Stop the Spray. www.cassonline.org...
My own opinion is if it's a chemical, it's a chemical. I personally think it's being used to dumb us down, make us more compliant and apathetic.
The light brown apple moth, the ravenous crop-eating Australian pest detected in at least 11 California counties since mid-March, “was probably here a very long time prior to its discovery and it’s probably far more widespread than currently delineated.”
So says University of California, Davis entomologist James R. Carey, noted for his research on the Mediterranean fruit fly invasion of California. The medfly, detected in the early 1980s, threatened the state’s billion dollar citrus industry, leading to widespread detection, eradication and quarantine attempts.
California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials say the light brown apple moth will adversely affect everyone who buys, produces and sells fruits, vegetables and nursery plants. And as more and more regions are quarantined, the economic noose will tighten.
Said Jerry Prieto Jr., president of the California Agricultural Commissioners and Sealers Association in a March 22 news release: “If the light brown apple moth impacted all of California’s host crops, the total loss of production and control cost could be as high as $133 million.”
In late 2007, the moth eradication program involving (aerial spraying) of a product containing E. postvittana attractant sex pheromones as its active ingredient, among other substances not yet revealed to the public, over sixty square miles near the Pacific coast between Monterey and Santa Cruz was begun. The EPA authorized the aerial spraying of the pheromone spray every 30 days until 2010.
....600 complaints of adverse health effects were reported. ....... such as eye irritation, difficulty breathing, rashes, headaches, and muscle aches....