Fog, sun and chemtrails |

Fog, sun and chemtrails

On Page A2 of the Saturday, Jan. 17, issue, the Capturing Our County photo by Pico van Houtryve captured more than trees, fog and sun. Also present in the sky there, as is so frequently the case above us (and other places on the West Coast and over NATO countries) for the past few years, are in excess of eight chemtrails.

Those precisely straight, diagonal white striations are not natural clouds. They are systematically spewed from high-altitude-flying, unmarked white planes. Look up sometime and notice that they are unlike vapor contrails, which dissipate after just a few minutes behind a regular commercial plane. Chemtrails do not disappear – they are laid down day and night and are chemically dense and dissipate very slowly, becoming hazy and wispy, yet still maintaining their straight lines and traveling along the air currents.

Why? Does anyone know the purpose of those lines in our atmosphere? Don’t we have a right to know what is being done to the air we are breathing? Why doesn’t the public need to know? I welcome an article in this paper covering this topic that would include some credible official answers to this persistent question.

Melia Shell

Nevada City

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