Trails not good for cold, grey Britain
I WAS interested in Jo Golden’s letter about the planes making vapour trails all over the sky in the morning ( Clouds could be ‘geoengineering’, Letters, August 6).
Our family have noticed these for years. They are not ordinary planes going straight from A to B.
Look up at the sky on a clear sunny morning and you will usually see these planes making a criss-cross patchwork all over the sky. They can turn a clear blue sky into one with white hazy clouds. They screen out much of the sunshine.
This is not good news in cold, grey Britain, as studies show that because of the lack of sunshine many people are short of vitamin D.
Vapour tracks are known as ‘chem-trails’ or ‘contrails’, and some websites state that the vapour trails spray tons of harmful aluminium oxide, barium, arsenic, cadmium and lead into the atmosphere to cool down the planet.
Some websites deny the vapour contains toxic chemicals, but they do not explain the reason why a plane criss-crosses the sky.
Many believe, as Jo Golden said, that it is about weather control, but if it’s for a good reason why don’t they inform the public?