Almost everyone has a friend or knows someone who they love but consider to live a bit on the conspiracy side of life. They think there could be alien life and that the government knows about it. They think most processed food is contaminated with pesticides and chemicals and that people are getting cancer and dying because of it. And they think those criss-cross white clouds you might see in the sky some days are chemical trails, or chem trails, and that the chemicals are sprayed intentionally and are not as critics say "con trails" or condensation trails.
I'm not sure about the aliens yet and I know some of the food is contaminated, and now it seems I know about the chem trails. The very term itself conjures images of a scary movie involving a bunch of paranoid teenagers, but are chem trails just some bull-crap conspiracy conjured up by Michael Moore, Al Gore and all the other global warming theorists?
Your answer to that question could be something you discuss many years from now with your grandchildren, when they might ask, "Grandma, what did you do? Did you know about it?"
Your answer could be "Nothing."
And you wouldn't be alone.
People nowadays are just too busy to be concerned about puffs of chemicals hovering in the blue skies over head. For most people the majority of their lives is work and sleep in that order. The little bit left is fun. Certainly there is some government official paid with taxpayer money to look into such things and take care of the problem if there is one?
The question on everyone's mind ( except of course of those who already know) is why? Why spray barium and other elements into the sky in a certain pattern on certain days, in certain cities, states and countries?
The answer though still a bit elusive points increasingly to weather control. But how absurd, you might say.
Weather is one of the most powerful forces on earth and it's something man has not ever been able to harness or control. Humans have forever been at the mercy of weather in all circumstances, all conditions. But imagine if you could manipulate the atmosphere and create invisible clouds that might have an effect on the weather in a designated location? What purpose would this serve? A major purpose would be served in war and civil unrest. If you could manipulate the weather you would have a slight advantage to launch an attack or to thwart an attack. If you could make it rain or stop rain, you would be at an advantage because you could plan more appropriately than the enemy. You could also have some control over local populations in political situations including riots, coups and genocide campaigns.
Another advantage would be in catastrophic disaster. If you could control the development, the path, the life of a tropical storm or hurricane you could save governments and people millions or even billions of dollars, and some lives as well.
This is the part of the article where you stop, laugh and text one of your friends with the URL of this article. Hey, you say, this guy thinks there are scientists who have figured out a way to control weather.
I remind you we have put people on the moon and they walked there. Some people say we sent guys there twice but didn't publicize the second time.
But let's talk a little elementary science - nothing fancy at this point. If someone is spraying chemicals in the sky then what is the result of their effort?
Space taken up by another element in most cases but not all, eliminates that space for that other element. If you pour water into a closed container the water eliminates the air.
It is notable that chemical spraying by aircraft appear to occur only in certain weather conditions: clear blue skies, no clouds.
We think of clouds as white, grey or even very dark gray bodies but in the world of chemicals we know clouds of gases and chemicals can be invisible.
So, we have intentional, invisible clouds in the sky. What could be the purpose of that? Well, a cloud is a cloud and where there is one - invisible or not - there cannot be another one visible or not. Space is like real estate, you build and you are there. No one is going to try to build in your spot. Once the invisible cloud is in place it effects air patterns, sun patterns, condensation, and serves as a force field against real weather and real clouds that come it's way. Think of it as a preemptive strike. You construct a force field to manipulate real weather patterns. If you can construct these patterns and bring them closer to the earth's surface, over the ocean then you might be able to have some effect on water born anomalies. You might be able to control to some extent tropical depressions before they become tropical storms, and tropical storms before they ravage into hurricanes.
But if you could do all these things then why keep it a secret? You should be bragging about it, issuing scientific papers and clamoring over all the media attention at such a historic breakthrough.
Maybe "they" are scared such a revelation would cause too much controversy, too much dissent. There are millions of people who would not understand or accept weather control due to religious reasons. People have for all time come to accept weather as an act of God - no matter who your God. Now you tell people, guess what? We now have a little God in us.
There are many who believe the chem trails emit dangerous elements to control the thoughts and behaviors of populations. We are not ready to accept that theory at this early part of the investigation. Let's just say there are in fact chemical trails and they do something, probably related to weather control. If that analysis changes it will be discussed here.
In the next installment we will delve into the "they part of this equation. Who are they and what do they want? - Preston Brady III, MobileTribune.com/AL.org