Aerosol trails were used by the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War to induce rain along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. This was called Project Popeye and the rainmaking story was on the front page of the New York Times in 1972 and on TV on the History Channel.
On October the 2nd, 2001, Rep. Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced the Space Preservation Act of 2001 – HR 2977, which called for the elimination of ‘exotic weaponry’ from space, including weather-modifying weapons such as ‘chemtrails.’ While this Act was amended and the term ‘chemtrails’ removed, the original which shows this technology exists, is on the Congressional Record.
Rainwater, snow and air tests for over a decade have revealed that chemicals are being disseminated into the atmosphere, including strontium, barium and aluminium. In 2001, highly respected researcher, Clifford Carnicom of Carnicominstitute.org, who made the ground-breaking documentary ‘Aerosol Crimes’ about aerosol trails, reported finding “extraordinary levels of metallic particulates” within rainwater samples.