Otago Daily Times Incorrectly Claims Chemtrails Merely Vapour on May 8

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Jet trail paints sky above Dunedin

ODT By Nigel Benson on Wed, 8 May 2013

Photo by Gregor Richardson

Photo by Gregor Richardson

An Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus A340 leaves an 11.5km-high trail of condensation as it flies at 1020kmh over Dunedin.

The jet was on an 11,780km journey from Buenos Aires to Sydney yesterday afternoon.

The vapour streams were caused by hot jet exhausts reacting with cold air, Airways New Zealand spokeswoman Angela Lamont said yesterday.

“They can be very beautiful.”

More: http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/256018/jet-trail-paints-sky-above-dunedin#comment-43203

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4 Responses to Otago Daily Times Incorrectly Claims Chemtrails Merely Vapour on May 8

  1. rose says:

    Youtuber stevestwo has had a gutsful

  2. Sarah says:

    Sinister beauty.

  3. “Sinister beauty” an apt description of the sky over Christchurch this afternoon. A dirty haze blanketed the lower stratosphere, shot through with slowly spreading chemtrail plumes. Where the sun shone through the haze it made strange rainbow effects. Very bizarre.

  4. astrapto says:

    May be weather mod related but as there were no other aerosol trails evident that day – and this is clearly too low and persistent to be exhaust vapour – dumping right over the city it could well be a biological attack. We would be foolish to dismiss this idea, it has happened many times before around the world. In the coming weeks we may well find out. Visit carnicominstitute.org to find out more of this reality.

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