November 14, 2010
The loss of our beautiful blue sky to chemtrails has broken my heart and left me with fears and concerns for the people of the future.
I'm 65 years old, so I have a clear memory of what the sky looked like before daily air pollution and chemtrails. Someday there won't be people alive who have ever seen the sky as it should be. We are already seeing chemtrail skies in TV ads, nature shows, calendars, and sunset photos, as if they are "normal." Many people have no idea they are looking at a man-made sky-scape. There will come a time when the meteorology textbooks will include chemtrail "clouds" along with natural cumulus, cirrus, and nimbus clouds. Maybe that time is already here.
I'm afraid that eventually all the textbooks and pictures of the natural sky will be gone. What happens to old textbooks when they're "outdated?" They're removed from libraries and disposed of. Someone should start collecting meteorology textbooks from the pre-chemtrail era to demonstrate that there was once a time when chemtrail "clouds" were not included in any definition of the word "cloud."
There should be a place where we can post photographs and videos from before 1980 (just to be safe) of the natural sky and especially natural sunrises and sunsets. This collection of natural sky photos would be a pictorial history for the people of the future.
I felt very sad this morning, looking at the chemtrail sunrise for the very first time and knowing I'll probably never again know for sure that a sunrise or sunset was made by Nature, not by the hand of man.