Chemtrails VS Contrails


A contrail, short for condensation trail, is formed when the cold air in the atmosphere mixes with the heat created from the exhaust of most aircraft. The cold air is rapidly heated than cooled when pushed through the turbines. The air is than condensed into water vapor mixed with sulfur particles from the engine exhaust than immediately frozen once the exhaust temperature drops below dew point.

This than allows for a condensation trail to be formed momentarily when different types of aircrafts pass through. Contrails generally last between one minute to one hour.

However, a new phenomenon has been occurring that has made many people concerned; including myself. I learned to identify contrails while flying single-engine planes, Sesnas, in the Civil Air Patrol on McChord Air Force Base located in Washington State. I was fortunate enough to learn to fly planes at the age of 14 in a rigorous cadet program designed to advance pilots to the U.S. Air Force. I took my oath, I learned the ins and outs of the air, and I learned to operate all sorts of aircraft. During this time however, not once were chemtrails ever mentioned.

Chemtrails are said to be witnessed as early as the second world war in an attempt to use the weather against enemy forces however, it wasn’t until after the Vietnam War that such efforts were officially declassified under Operation Popeye. Operation Popeye took place between 1967 and 1972 as an attempt to use the weather against the Vietcong. The operation commanded roughly 3,000 aircraft to fly over the Ho Chi Minh Trail dropping silver iodide particles in order to seed clouds resulting in an extended monsoon season. The operation was concluded a success, unlike the war, when rainfall was estimated to have increased at least 30% over an additional month. This was the first time that the United States had successfully manipulated and weaponized the weather. In fact, in 1977 the Environmental Modification Treaty outlawed weather warfare with growing concern of what weapons of the future may entail.

Since the 1960’s and 70’s weather modification and research has increased tenfold. With issues such as climate change entire governments have taken it upon themselves to “play God” in an attempt to control the weather. For example; in 2009 China, in an attempt to quell a drought, seeded clouds in order to increase precipitation. This however resulted in a freak snow storm which in turn killed many innocent civilians.

With Operation Popeye and China’s attempt as two great examples it can be said that weather modification is a real and terrible threat. Under the guise of global warming and climate change we are led to believe that weather modification, geoengineering, and spraying aerosols into the atmosphere is a “good” thing but in reality it is a research race to see which global power can weaponize the weather efficiently enough to be used against their enemies.

With enough research it is obvious that geoengineering exists, regardless of government transparency, and costs taxpayers $5 billion annually. At the very least this information and the sources below can be shared in order to help raise awareness of the issue at hand, the damaging effects, and the real reason behind a centralized control over weather.


For the video please click here: YouTube Alden Morris Chemtrails VS Contrails.



Civil Air Patrol McChord Air Force Base: Alden Morris – Orientation Flights at Tacoma Narrows Airport

McChord AFB Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol PCR-WA-039 – 2003

Chemtrails Versus Contrails: By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. – Chemistry Expert

Comparison of US, China Climate Efforts,%20China%20climate%20efforts.htm

Operation Popeye, or How the US Military Weaponized the Weather. By Jose Abreu

China Overdoes Cloud Seeding: Kills Many in Snow Storm – 2009–blankets-Beijing-snow.html

Geoengineering Watch

NOAA Climate

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