Under the aerosol dome +stealth chemtrailing + sprayed aerosols

7/6/15

I may have seen a chemtrail or two over the weekend. I can’t remember. At any rate the chemtrail activity has not been significant the past several days. Cloudy mainly. With more or less natural clouds. But the clouds today? What are they? How are they classified meteorologically? Some sub category of cumulus or cirrus?

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What, for that matter, is the cloud type of that homogenized translucent sheet that frequently envelopes us like a dome of smoke?

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I’m going to call both cloud phenomena “cirrious” clouds. They represent sprayed aerosols likely interacting with water vapor. Cirrious clouds are characterized by their smoky texture. The horizon to horizon haze is but an extended compounded version of smaller smoky textured cloud swirls like those in the preceding pictures.

7/7/15

Morning trails.

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This is the “new” method of chemtrailing. These trails don’t retain their linear form very long. They quickly spread into fibrous translucent clouds, like the ones in the photos above. 7:00 AM. This is the less obvious method of aerosol dispersal: stealth chemtrailing.

4:30 PM. Quite honestly, I have seen no other chemtrails today. But of course I cannot watch the sky continuously. I have seen how quickly trails left by planes can dissolve. Short lived trails, but nowhere near as short as a normal vapor trail (contrail). If you don’t notice a stealth trail within a ten minute window you will only see its residue, a wispy translucent cloud generally linear in orientation. Clouds like the ones in these pictures. I haven’t noticed any (other) chemtrails today  but the clouds in the left image have a pronounced linear disposition. And they are smoky in texture. These are the kinds of clouds chemtrails dissolve into.

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On the right a cumulus cloud floats on an anomalous sea of mists. Likely sprayed aerosols.

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