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Chemtrails Cause Harm, Even If You Don’t Believe they Exist

by Paul Fassa, Natural Society:

Are you aware of chemtrails? A controversial ‘conspiracy’ topic, chemtrails are chemical sprayings in the air that ultimately expose the population to toxic chemicals and heavy metals. And they are causing harm, even if you don’t think they exist.

A common phrase used for chemtrailing is aerosol spraying. Some claim the aerosol spraying is apart from the engines, and others claim it’s part of jet fuel. It could be both, but however the chemtrail is administered, the liquid used maintains heavy metal particulates as nanoparticles to keep them from clumping together.

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7 comments to Chemtrails Cause Harm, Even If You Don’t Believe they Exist

  • prestodo

    This is bulls**t. No physical evidence, so I refuse to believe something without evidence I can hold in my hands.

    • Hannon

      They spend billions of dollars a year on it, in the federal budget, run by the Department of Energy. It’s been admitted, but details are classified. There are almost 100 patents for the equipment to do it. You can start to find out about it by looking that stuff up, or you can just look up.

    • Neo

      If you don’t believe, it doesn’t exist right? 😉

    • Troy

      Just look up. I never saw any chemtrails prior to 1999…thats all the proof I need. The skies prior to that “on nice days” were deep, deep blue with white puffy clouds….now pale blue at best on non-spray days. What any music videos, documentarys, movies, home video’s, whatever prior to the late 90’s…here’s one for you below….

  • Dissolution

    You’re such an idiot, Prestodo. Put physical evidence in our hands that the sun is in the sky.

    • prestodo

      I can see the sun, duh. You’re the idiot Dissolution.

      • Dissolution

        So you are saying that “seeing” is all the ‘physical evidence’ you need, then? Holy shit, Prestodo. You really do not make any sense, do you? Well, if seeing is believing, then here you go you shill:

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