I’m working through chemtrail pics here for NE England, I’ve half a years worth to sort out, grouping into one gallery per month, many are discarded, I’m having to be quite brutal to get to easily managed quantities.
Its my opinion (Jan 2020) that my prolific chemtrail blogging has reduced chemtrail incidence in the skies above me, a sort of being avoided. My cone of view is approx twenty / thirty mile radius and hence I’m easily quietened. Note also NASA Worldview is very limited in the extent of what it presents to me as chemtrail imagery, its a snapshot in time, a particular time of day.
I pursue this chemtrail phenomena as I don’t like being fooled and I am vexed at the general media put-down of people such as myself, the term ‘conspiracy theory’ I particularly abhor, it is lazy English, explains nothing and immediately destroys any meaningful or constructive debate. Dig deeper on this blog, its 400 plus posts.
Its my opinion chemtrail aluminium affects ocean food web, diatoms being a fascination of mine an absolute indispensable water based lower food chain, chemtrail aluminium HAS destroyed west coast USA life in lakes and rivers (see retired Fisheries Biologist Francis Mengels) and in my opinion chemtrail aluminium exacerbates wildfires such as in California, they have been having chemtrail aluminium dumped on them for years.
We know fine well contrails quickly disappear, this is okay but what I’m trying to capture on my camera is the hazing and spread and deliberate man-made alteration of our skies due to chemtrails, note the difference contrail / chemtrail. And as others have said “Its not perfume they are spraying.” Reasons for spraying I’m not sure, all I want to do is record what I see and hopefully get a few blog visitors to start questioning the lines in the sky.
Chemtrail pics July 2019 …
All above are chemtrails for July 2019, north east England.
Now lets look at August below.
Chemtrails/ lines in the sky NE England for September 2019, below.
Above is chemtrail pics for Sept 2019, next four months to follow in another post.