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Chemtrails and Radar

Last week as I was done updating my blog I came across an article and video titled German Scientists Take Government to Court Over Chemtrails. I think I had seen the video before, but what caught my eye was the written part below it, this part specifically --

We can state with a 97% certainty that we have on our hands chemical trails (chemtrails) comprised by fine dust containing polymers and metals, used to disrupt radar signals. This is their main purpose, but I was surprised that this artificial cloud was so wide-spread. The radar images are stunning considering the needed tons of dispersed elements. Although, the federal army claims that only small amounts of material were propagated. The military heads claim that the substances used are not harmful.

The part about disrupting radar signals really caught my attention because (as many of you know) I often see strange objects flying around in these trails. If the radar signals are disrupted, does that mean they can fly around without being at all noticed, at least by radar?

There is something else I have noticed that may lend credence to the trails disrupting radar -- I never see these trails in the most used flight paths to the Albuquerque Sunport (or airport as most would call it).

This is something I have noticed for a long while now and it has puzzled me. There are places where commercial planes have to pass near chemtrails, but they are mostly concentrated in other areas of the sky and the sky directly above the Airport and KAFB are completely clear of chemtrails.

Up until now I had thought that maybe it was because they were trying to keep commercial planes from seeing them actually spraying these trails or the objects that sometimes show up and fly into them, but now I think it is likely to do with the radar concern.

I can see the use for something that would disrupt radar and I can imagine the military would test such technology, but not for years, several days a week and over major population areas. Not unless there was another purpose. A purpose like keeping your secret crafts and maybe crafts of unknown (to me) origins from being seen by radar.

You could pretty much fly whatever you wanted, anytime you wanted. If someone on the ground saw it -- no big deal, probably no radar confirmation. Also, if these objects could be picked up on radar it would likely cause a stir that would generate reports and such, not something the military would want. Very deniable that there was anything flying around at all, if it isnít on radar.

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