A study conducted by scientists concluded that Chemtrail Conspiracies, are completely fake.
In a study at the Carnegie Institution for Science at UC Irvine, 77 of the world’s leading atmospheric scientists were surveyed on the subject of chemtrails, with all except one saying they hadn’t encountered any evidence of any secret spraying program.
Above, condensation trails, or contrails, left behind aircrafts. A stunning prairie sunset and a jumble of contrails checkering the twilight sky was taken from my home in DeKalb County, Illinois. Photographer: Claude Oesterreicher
Some groups and individuals erroneously believe that the long-lasting condensation trails, or contrails, left behind aircraft are evidence of a secret large-scale spraying program. They call these imagined features “chemtrails.” Adherents of this conspiracy theory sometimes attribute this alleged spraying to the government and sometimes to industry.
Steven Davis of UC Irvine, said:
“We wanted to establish a scientific record on the topic of secret atmospheric spraying programs for the benefit of those in the public who haven’t made up their minds. The experts we surveyed resoundingly rejected contrail photographs and test results as evidence of a large-scale atmospheric conspiracy.”
Carnegie’s Ken Caldeira, explains:
“Despite the persistence of erroneous theories about atmospheric chemical spraying programs, until now there were no peer-reviewed academic studies showing that what some people think are ‘chemtrails’ are just ordinary contrails, which are becoming more abundant as air travel expands. Also, it is possible that climate change is causing contrails to persist for longer periods than they used to. I felt it was important to definitively show what real experts in contrails and aerosols think. We might not convince die-hard believers that their beloved secret spraying program is just a paranoid fantasy, but hopefully their friends will accept the facts.”
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