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CHEMTRAILS: used by our government to detect UFOs on radar
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[quote:KITKAT123:MV8yMzE5NTQ3XzM5NTQwNzY5XzY4MkFGQjE3] I can sit out on my porch in Texas any given night and count 7 in 1 hour or less as long as its not raining out and we have massive amounts of chem trails in Texas we also suffer allergies really bad here I can go to the bahamas and breath just fine my husband has asthma he doesnt need his inhaler in the bahamas or even in Connecticut or newyork when we visit other states on vacation breathing is fine but in Texas he uses his inhaler 3 to 4 times a day and its getting worse I have been able to see them more clearly lately This makes alot of sense to me 5 stars [/quote]
Many beleive chemtrails are toxins spread in the air to poison the citizens which is not true.
What the chemtrails do contain are fine bits of aluminum, iron, and other metal sprayed with carbon. It is spread in our atmosphere so that if a UFO travel in our skies, it wll pass through the metal particles which in turn will show up on our military's radar systems
For years UFOs were able to elude detection and with increase reports and sightings, it seems there is a way to detect their visits and hopefullly give us an upperhand if these aliens are hostle.
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