video about a 37-year-old report to the US Senate about attempts to use technology to assist farmers. He uses this report as proof of "Chemtrails". He even said it on the Internet, so it must be true!
What the report covers is not "chemtrails" (which presumably are behavior-modification toxins sprayed on the people) but cloud-seeding to modify local weather patterns. As explained in the report, that sometimes backfires. Often, those efforts are successful. Causing harm to farmers is not "purposeful" as the YouTube paranoid alleges. Don't take his word about the report as fact. Instead, read the report yourself to find out whether it really is about "chemtrails" or anything else with evil intent. It's always wise to do a little research before propagating nonsense like this video.
In addition to attempting to help farmers, cloud seeding is sometimes used to temporarily dissipate fog at airports with good success. For example, in Alaska, Anchorage drops dry ice pellets over the airport, Elmendorf AFB sprays propane into the air around that airport. Both methods effectively condense the fog into precipitation, thus clearing the sky over the runways. The goal is better use of the airport -- not the sinister objectives presumed by the paranoids.
chemtrails". Blame me -- I have 42 years and 25,000 hours of spreading "chemtrails" which are nothing more than water vapor -- a natural product of combustion. It's exactly the same stuff as that which comes out of a car's tailpipe or the breath of any warm-blooded creature. That water vapor, whether from a car, an airplane, or a dog, is visible when the atmospheric conditions are right.
If Alex Jones believes it, ya know it's bogus. Regarding this tiresome paranoia, here's a little fun someone had with PhotoShop:
Unfortunately, explaining science doesn't work on a certain people. But, here are some attempts: