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Re: A message for chemtrails naysayers: 2006 GAO report admits "chaff"
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Re: A message for chemtrails naysayers: 2006 GAO report admits "chaff"

Please, consider yourself lucky if you do not
have chemtrails overhead. When you finally see
them you will instantly know they are not contrails.
It is an apples and oranges sort of thing.

I began seeing them when I moved to Arkansas, again,
in a remote place. This was in the mid 90's. I know
previous to that I had spent tons of time outdoors
up high in the Ozarks. When I spent time working for
the Forest Service in the 80's when we lived up in
the Alpine Wilderness and our eyes were glued to
the skies often enough that had there been anything
strange like what I have been seeing, I would have
remembered or remarked on it. Even when I have lived
in a town, I got out and look up frequently. So this
is a relatively new phenomenon in the last decade.
When I went out west, considering living in Sedona,
Arizona, those poor folks seemed to be sprayed
heavier than I have ever seen, including right up
to the present time. Out over the desert, you could
see the planes approach and "turn on" the sprayers.
It would be foolish to consider that anything but an
aerosol program.

Best of luck on your own trip out west to San Diego.
Also, YES, lets hope Arnold can help and that he
does NOT stand up in the end and parrot some party
or government lie/line where he tries to reassure
everyone that nothing of substance is happening.
We need answers.

best wishes,



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