35intheshade asked: Do you know the difference between the standard chemtrail and the type that displays a dripping effect? To me it means clearly there is a different chemical or heavy metal in the dripper. Just wondering your thoughts on the difference.
I’m learning that there is no standard type of chemtrail, but many different types. From rain tests performed around the country as well as human hair tests, the primary ingredients are aluminum, barium, and strontium. At least these are the three heavy metals that have increased dramatically in these samples in the past decade. But there are other metals and sometimes pathogens found in these persistent jet trails. Carnicom.com has a lot of data on strange substances found in chemtrails, like Morgellons disease.
That is, I believe, why some trails look different from others. I have noticed the dripping trails. Rosalind Peterson (USDA, Agricultural Defense Coalition, California Skywatch) has actually given names to the different chemtrail shapes and artificial clouds that they form. This way when people see these man made clouds and report to her on what they are seeing, there is a common language, just like we have for natural cloud formations (of which there are virtually none anymore).
It’s funny, I already had been making my own names. I call her “twist” a “twist of barium.” I checked out a weather book from 1991 at the library, and they were already labeling chemtrails as contrails at that point, as well as describing the dripping effect you refer to as a contrail which has developed “pendules.” No contrail can develop pendules because it disappears too quickly. The book was full of brainwashing propaganda, labeling chembomb aerosols as cirrus clouds, and calling a chembow a sundog. These are real natural phenomena, but since the sundog in this book occurred in the middle of a chemtrail, it was obviously not a real sundog.
I wish I could tell you exactly what is this dripping trail, which Peterson calls a mushroom trail. Check out the video I posted of her speaking if you haven’t yet. She talks about the different chemicals used. It makes sense because different substances will have different effects on the atmosphere and weather.