Chemical Contrails (ChemTrails) Evidence Covered By Discovery Channel

Quoting from the Discovery Website-

Across the planet, millions of people have seen them - jet aircraft vapor trails lingering in the sky. Are these just regular "contrails" - the carbon and water vapor exhaust from commercial planes - or are they potentially toxic "chemical trails" emitted intentionally as part of secret geo-engineering experiments or weather-weaponization tests?

Experts and passionate observers on both sides present their best evidence - from video and photographs, satellite imagery, soil samples and military evidence. We shed light on a subject that has many people looking up for answers to disturbing questions.

A team of technicians at an independent laboratory will examine the samples to finally get to the heart of the question: What is in those fuel emissions and what causes them to linger for hours and link up with one another like a ghostly blanket that seems to affect the weather and perhaps our health?"

The one hour "Chemical Contrails" episode, first aired 22 February 2007 appeared to be a compromise of some sort - perhaps the pro-chemtrail side was too convincing and the government types and "scientists" were coming off poorly because in the version aired an excess of screen time was devoted to a rather meaningless laboratory testing of commercial jet fuel that appeared to this viewer to be extended to fill where something earlier had been edited out.

Why would the producer or director not have seen this content imbalance - but who knows what went on?

But, nevertheless, it is a breakthrough that such a program be aired at all in the mainstream media.

The general consensus is that the best thing about the program was it exposed the issue to a wider audience of people who might otherwise not know anything about chemtrails but have questioned all of the strange plumes that they have been seeing in our skies for the last number of years.





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