Are chemtrails really a conspiracy theory?
POSTED: Sunday, March 30, 2014 - 3:22pm
UPDATED: Monday, March 31, 2014 - 8:56am
Could man made hazardous weather be linked to chemtrails?
(El Paso) KTSM — Chemtrails seems to be a poplar topic especially now that we are able to see clearer skies and are able notice more contrails left behind by certain jets or planes.
I honestly don't know if I believe in chemtrails, I would like to believe the government isn't as evil as some theories suggest.
I personally love watching jets fly high up in the sky and make figures with their contrails.
In fact, I would even find it romantic if a special someone would leave a message for me up in the sky for everyone to see.
But some people believe contrails may not be as innocent as simple trails of condensation left behind, but rather something more harmful to the human race.
Some extreme theorists believe the government is intentionally spraying people with harmful substances in order to experiment with the effects, or even weed out the sick and elderly.
But this theory really doesn't hold up, because these "chemtrails" are released so high up in the atmosphere that winds would move them around significantly, making these experiments useless and unreliable.
Now some people have said these chemtrails are used for good.
Some theorists believe they are well-intentioned attempts by the government to combat global warming and help with the depletion of the ozone layer by spraying particles to reflect the sun's radiation.
Unfortunately, this theory is contradicted by some environmentalists.
Think about it. environmentalists are constantly blaming contrails for polluting the skies.
Jet traffic has supposedly become so bad that the cloud cover from contrails has been negatively affecting the environment, and possibly contributing to global warming.
But the theory that scares me the most and that I believe could be not only true but detrimental is using chemtrails to experiment with weather manipulation for defense purposes.
As a matter in fact, this is already something some scientists are already working on.
The idea is to be able to create tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning and other deadly natural hazards in order to beat their opponent. If this ever became real, we would be in big trouble.
According to the website Before it's News, one inventor has theoretically found a way to create a tornado.
In U.S. Patent Application 20110248498, inventor Slobodan Tepic describes a way to create artificial tornadoes.
The name of the patent alone gives away the answer. It's called.... ready? "Generating Electrical Power Utilizing Surface-Level Hot Air As The Heat Source, High Atmosphere As The Heat Sink And A Microwave Beam To Initiate And Control Air Updraft."
It's a mouth full isn't it.
The invention uses a renewable source for electricity generation utilizing a solar chimney created by a microwave beam to form an artificial tornado.
Scared yet? No? Ok, well how about the creation of lightning and creating cyclones?
Inventor Bernard Eastlund from California is patenting his idea.
In U.S. Patent Application 20070238252, he reveals a method and apparatus for creating artificially ionized regions in the atmosphere utilizing ionization trails of cosmic rays and micro-meteors in order to ignite plasma patterns in electric field patterns formed by ground based electromagnetic wave radiators.
He is calling this the "Cosmic particle ignition of artificially ionized plasma patterns in the atmosphere."
Ok so this last one really gives me goose bumps.
In a U.S. Patent Application 20100072297, it describes a method for controlling hurricanes.
NASA Institute for Advanced Concept, supported a research where Ross Hoffman advanced his theory of “chaotic” system.
This theory of so-called “butterfly effect” shows a small nudge in a chaotic system, for example hurricane, can produce chain reaction big enough to knock the hurricane off its course and also reduce its strength, or increase it.
This invention proposes to bring about small changes in temperature by using a fleet of flying jet planes with afterburners.
Flight patterns, locations in the hurricane structure and number of aircrafts as well as duration of flights are determined doing a computer simulation using an appropriate software program.
Crazy stuff isn't it.
Again, chemtrails are only a conspiracy theory, nothing has been proved 100%.
As far as the man made weather, well let's just hope they know what they are getting themselves into.