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Massimo M.I.
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Chemtrails: Are Planes Spraying Chemicals Into The Sky?

SCIE CHIMICHE: Virus Patogeni e Batteri vengono irrorati nei cieli di tutto il MondoMore
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Reesorville
water (H20) naturally dissolves in air at the right temperature and pressure. When air rises, the pressure decreases and the air expands, which causes it to lose temperature as well (like the opposite of what happens in a pressure cooker). When the air drops in temperature, the water that is naturally dissolved in the air may go from a gaseous state (ie. water vapour) to a liquid (ie. water) or …More
water (H20) naturally dissolves in air at the right temperature and pressure. When air rises, the pressure decreases and the air expands, which causes it to lose temperature as well (like the opposite of what happens in a pressure cooker). When the air drops in temperature, the water that is naturally dissolved in the air may go from a gaseous state (ie. water vapour) to a liquid (ie. water) or solid state (ie. ice). That is how clouds form.

Often, however, in places high in the atmosphere, there is enough water vapour to form a cloud, but it doesn't form a cloud because the atmospheric conditions are not right.

When a plane, a rocket or some other big thing with a big hot engine flies through this air, however, it can easily disturb the equilibrium in such a way that the water vapour then condenses to form clouds, which will look like trails of white coming from behind the plane. The white 'chemtrail' is not actually from the plane at all, but it is just water that was already there that is being disturbed by the plane flying through it in such a way that it condenses into a cloud.

And that is what you are seeing.
mccallansteve
Hey you can trust the government that chemtrails are safe. They wouldn't lie. No way. Our gov't would never push contraception or abortion. They are just out to help us.
hitherto
Chemtrails are not just limited to the US either because we saw them while vacationing in Spain 2 years ago.