HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?3. Videotape multiple aircraft laying chemtrail patterns over your
city, town or neighborhood. Three, four or more planes flying in close
proximity to each other while spreading broad white plumes is best. Summer
days work well because normal contrails cannot form if the air is too hot and too
dry. If you can get similar-size jets leaving brief or no contrails in the same shot
with planes leaving long white plumes, your video will be even more convincing.)
Use a digital camcorder and tripod, if you can, for telephoto shots. Turn the
time/date function in the display “ON”. Local networks will want to use your
HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?4. Call the nearest airport weather office, or go online and find out
the temperature and humidity for 35,000 feet at the time and place you shot your video. Tankers leaving a radar-reflecting haze have been tracked at altitudes from 18,800 to 37,000 feet. Higher altitudes are more common – and colder. So if you document temperatures much warmer than minus 40F and relative humidity much less than 70% at 35,000 – atmospheric science says what you are seeing cannot be the frozen water vapor of normal airliner condensation trails. Put this information away for later use.
HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?3. Optional: Use “Flight Explorer” to find all commercial and military flight plans for the place and time your video was taken. When Mark Steadham did this for Houston in the winter of 2000, he discovered that identified airliners and military aircraft at the time of his observations were simultaneously leaving plumes lasting 22 seconds and four to eight hours respectively. Combining stratospheric temp/humidity date with “Flight Explorer” can make a convincing case for chemtrails. If you don’t want to futz with “Flight Explorer”, go directly to Step 4.
HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?4. Call the closest airport tower or air traffic control center and ask
to speak with the person in charge. Write down their name. Ask what all those big planes are doing flying over your town. Assume
an ignorant but concerned citizen’s stance.
DO NOT USE THE WORD, “CHEMTRAILS”.
Do not make any accusations or allegations. If the reply is,
“We don’t know,” respond as two Canadian brothers recently did, and remind the
air traffic official you’re speaking with that it’s their job to know. If you are told
that these planes are normal airliners – ask for the specific airlines involved.
Then explain the reason for your concern:
HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?5. The big jets are flying too close together! Aren’t commercial jetliners supposed to fly miles apart – especially over populated areas? But these planes are flying formations in grids, rows or X’s? Isn’t this illegal?
HOW TO STOP CHEMTRAILS?6. Repeating your concern for public safety, demand an
immediate cessation of this dangerous aerial activity.