I’ll See

What the hell. I’m back.

Out walking this morning. For the first time in at least a week I saw identifiable linear chemtrails. They eventually melted into the pale sky, as decomposing cumulus clouds rolled through.

May 29, 2012Categories: Chemwatch

White skies, bright sun. Just like yesterday. Again, no identifiable chemtrails. 12:00 AM.

 May 27, 2012Categories: Chemwatch |

The morning heat.  9:30 and already 81 degrees. The sun is bright. And yet, I cannot really say there are no clouds. The sky is practically white. Why? That’s the 64,000 dollar question. I have seen no chemtrails the past several days, and yet I take pale skies as evidence of spraying.

The evenly spread white film across the sky has become an uneven streaky one. The proverbial filtered sunlight. 7:00 PM.

 May 26, 2012Categories: Chemwatch,

This morning the sky is pale, probably from overnight spraying. Sunny, with a few cumulus clouds rolling through, decomposing and, in the process, apparently absorbing the ambient aerosols, reducing the paleness of the sky. 9:00 AM.

May 25, 2012Categories: Chemwatch |

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