17th April 2019 … a.m. bright mostly clear, most enjoyable to sit outside and read … like those things you may have heard older people talk about ie books. The better ones ( ie not the trash soon to be pulped) contain the wisdom and insight of clever people, of people with experience and vision beyond the ordinary, often their research and manifold hours of development all for a few quid. They can even be specialist and a joy to read. They are available at low cost from charity shops, secondhand and remaindered bookstores (the few that still exist) are the next level of expense and shops full of new books such as Waterstones have new ones at full price. How can anyone walk past and not wish to pop in and educate themselves? Or gather new inspirations!
It would be impossible for me to resist the lure of art, architecture, design; poets, biography; the accumulation of insight and learning! A college course in a tiny bundle.
Books have pictures and text, they have pages that can be turned to and fro, one can refresh / recall at will; ponder, skim or dwell upon as required, they are feely and tangible. A paper based book is far easier to navigate and review or glean than anything with a screen, also so many nuggets of information are gleaned via serendipity – flicking through pages. The formal fixed electronic page is most frustrating. Real paper based books meantime dwell on bookshelves and remind the owner of journeys past, nudge to recall their contents as one glides past, build a collection, e-books can never do this in such a satisfying manner. The very real tangible reduction of pages under ones fingers as one reaches the end can never occur with an e-book. I like and enjoy paper, typography, the endless styles of illustration and the presentation of knowledge. A plastic thing with a screen does not excite me.
I digress, pm tending to haze, later afternoon low fret and a totally obscured sky. Early evening in a single weakening pocket of weakening cloud cover revealed substantial broad and hazing chemtrail.
Proving my point, just ‘cos you can’t see it (haze, obscured sky) does not mean it is not there. What we need now is someone to commission the high expense of detailed sensitive rain water sampling for chemtrail aluminium. One sticking point is that here in NE England we hardly ever get rain. The water table must surely be low and as a gardener with hernias I dread the endless watering cans to keep things alive.
Going onto NASA worldview immediately without clicking mag its obvious that chemtrails are present today ie look at the North Sea…
Plain as day, can you see it? Then, poor old Wales gets it again, always more than its fair share. Meteorologists / weathermen must certainly be aware of this.
The above is a godsend in trying to get people to realise chemtrails are real, chemtrails exist yet are not admitted to generally by say politicians or the media, the general media in particular doing a good job to bundle up chemtrails with all sorts of extraneous irrelevant whacky nonsense.
ps … NASA worldview is not conclusive, at most is only 50% of what may be happening, it often does not captue what I can see here in my ‘cone of view’ ie forty miles in diameter; but so far its all we’ve got …
Chemtrail / geoengineering diary 18th April 2019. I wake up at 0700 BST to a slightly overall hazed sky (chemtrail aluminium aleady there as it always is) to big random chemtrails already half an hour old and hazing/ spreading wide; plain as day!
At 0740 I’d say the trails still hanging there, half a dozen random new ones, not blatantly ovvious, overall pre-existing haze say 20% obscuration. Most ppl wld look up and think “So what”…
How will the day proceed? Random or corridor, all grey by ten, lower clouds forming in reaction to the chemtrails, or nothing at all and a semi-bright day?
Result at 4pm is a constantly hazy / aluminized sky, low level therefore still say 40% vixzibiulty / or 60% hazed. Sr
Still possible to make out new chemtrails, pics to follow, say five new chemtrails an hour in my semi-urban low level cone of view ie twenty mile diameter. NASA worldview shows lots of chemtrail in a corridor up from the Med to Scotland and over in upper North Sea; also random chemtrails within that corridor. Which is an existing cloud system I’m not sure, looks mostly man-made to me. Starting from the south …
Note different colour of grey to the right – thats chemtrail / geoengineering; click to enlarge it is a mass of activity. Lets look closer, below …
Later on i would think googling youtubes for chemtrails Sardinia, Porto Torres, Sassari will yield results. Aha, chemtrails unwittingly included in a publicity shot ie
Also, heres Jennifer from a quick google … https://mysardinianlife.com/2014/01/10/chemtrails-in-sardinias-blue-crossed-sky/
All of the UK ‘cloud’ above is either chemtrail / geoengineering or aluminization / haze from previous days. To take a close-up to convince ourselves further of chemtrail …
Above, i’ve just had the screen image change literally as I click to capture an image of this to download. The altered / newer screenshot contains less direct and obvious chemtrail.
By clicking back once on mag we find …. below.
But still the chemtrail lines above Anglesey will not show up on the download.
Again (not pictured here) chemtrails southern end of the Outer Hebrides disappear when clicking to download as screen capture.
One last screen capture, over to Viking, North Utsire ie chemtrails Norway …
I’m sure chemtrails were more evident an hour ago when I first looked at it ie 3:30pm BST.
Real world contd … as the day progresses 18th April 2019 … yup a chemtrail day, hazing and nearly degenerating to lower brown reaction clouds early evening. Very much ‘something afoot’… at 10 and 11pm even chemtrail visible by moonlight.
My DQA reporting system rates this as 10,3,6, AS. ie duration 10/10, quantity 3/10, affect 6/10, altered sky (no brown reaction clouds). A fraction of the pics are below, they do not captue adequetely what was seen above. Next morning 0620 big hazing chemtrails say a dozen in the sky above, limited cone of view here at the house say 15 mile cone of view and by 0700 a hazed sky down to 50% visibility. Ethos seems to hit em hard and fast, build up haze so further trails cannot be seen.