Chemtrails? ‘Mysterious Fibers’ Fall from the Sky in France
2013-11-27 0:00

By Melissa Melton | Truthstream Media



French English-language newspaper The Connexion is reporting that mysterious fibres have dropped from the sky over Drôme and Ardèche in Southern France, leaving residents puzzled while others point to the chemtrail phenomenon:
Reports of the fibres were first raised on Thursday, but no one has yet been able to identify what they are – giving rise to theories that they are the by-product of plane exhausts.

Some website[sic] are already speculating that the fibres are proof behind a conspiracy theory that “chemtrail”, contrails from planes that take a long time to disperse, are deliberately injecting chemicals into the atmosphere to spread disease and kill of[sic] the sick and infirm.

Many continue to debate whether or not weather modification (or worse) in the form of chemtrails — white lines that at first appear to be jet contrails sprayed across the sky, but instead of readily fading away behind the jets, these trails fan out, stay in the air and sink into a murk on the horizon — exists.

While talking about the chemtrail phenomenon may quickly earn someone a ‘conspiracy theorist’ label (a seemingly automatic, conditioned response that dissuades anyone from critical analysis or doing their own research), in reality scientists and climate change advocates have been openly calling for the spraying of aerosols into the atmosphere to advert supposed man-made climate crises for some time now.

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