'Chemtrails' not real, say leading atmospheric science experts

Washington, DC-- Well-understood physical and chemical processes can easily explain the alleged evidence of a secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying program, commonly referred to as “chemtrails” or “covert geoengineering,” concludes a new study from Carnegie Science, University of California Irvine, and the nonprofit organization Near Zero.

Some groups and individuals erroneously believe that the long-lasting condensation trails, or contrails, left behind aircraft are evidence of a secret large-scale spraying program. They call these imagined features “chemtrails.” Adherents of this conspiracy theory sometimes attribute this alleged spraying to the government and sometimes to industry.

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There’s always one more conspiracy theory.

My friend used to talk of chemtrails all day long

God rest his soul

Rip Matt

Weird I didn’t know they even had a cover up. When I was a kid they showed on TV how they sprayed stuff into the atmosphere to control hurricanes.

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