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until you have seen 2 jets fly side by side one with a con trail and one with a chem trail then you ask questions.
Yes. The US military has had various aerial operations involving chemical/biological agents over the US, Canada, and Japan that I recall over the decades.
The Army Chemical Corps sprayed the compound in dispersion tests to determine how biological weapons might spread if used in various environments, seeking data both on how to use such weapons and on how to defend against them. Zinc cadmium sulfide was used because its particles are similar in size to those of biological agents, because it is fluorescent under ultraviolet light and easily detectable and because it was considered safe, the report said.
Carnicom is a fraud. He bills himself as a "research scientist", yet uses a middle-school science class test for his testing, credits the direction sheet as a reference, uses two books for reference just a hair above "Chemistry for Dummies", and then uses his own website as a reference.