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PostFri Jun 08, 2007 3:49 am  Reply with quote  

Great pics from the plane PI. I've only gotten a few. Burned out one of my cameras taking chem trail pictures. I should try and post all of them on the Yahoo like you do.

This was never the way it was when I flew during the 60's and 70's especially. Never saw this type of blanket cover over the country or the haze. I remember when flying in the 90's I thought it was weird that there was always so much cloud cover. It was always dissapointing getting a window seat anymore - nothing to see.

Then when I started to notice that clouds were weird, before 911, in the late 90's, and I would see planes leaving trails it made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. At first I thought that the planes had some bad fuel or engine trouble. But I started to notice too many of them, trails in the sky, criss crosses, etc. And then, one hot summer day, I saw clouds like ones I would see in winter, that would bring snow, only they were too low in the sky, not normal at all. That's when I started to do research on cloud formations, etc. and found Carnicom.
... we are in process of developing a whole series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy who have always existed and presumably will always exist to get people to love their servitude. Aldous Huxley
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PostFri Jul 13, 2007 3:53 am  Reply with quote  

I'll second that observation- whiteout everywhere, low visibility, especially noticeable when flying. I haven't seen real blue skies in 10 years at least.
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Rick Nichols

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Location: Santa Cruz CA
Haze On the Pacific Coast PostWed Dec 05, 2007 4:23 am  Reply with quote  

Old thread, whatever... The south Bay Area has been subjected to prolonged spraying like I haven't seen in a long time - reported in other thread but here in Santa Cruz, on the edge of a massive body of water, the Pacific Ocean, we have "the HAZE."
Where there is no funneling action like over in the South Bay we are seeing a smog-like haze, sometimes yellowish/ sometimes pinkish, sometimes the sky is dark with clouds that come from up-wind spraying. Fog can be diastinguished from this type of B.S.
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