Tuesday, November 30, 2010 – Planes spray curved parallel lines in the sky over South San Diego & Chula Vista, California. Unidentified high-speed flying objects appear when zoomed into the spray planes. While these man-made cloud formations are being sprayed, four military jets flyby.
0:01 Plane flying southward suddenly turns east. View from Route 805 southbound a few miles from the Mexico border.
0:32 Another plane flying eastbound suddenly turns south and stops spraying.
0:44 Third plane flying over appears to intersect with the second.
1:04 Zooming in, numerous high speed flying objects seem to buzz by the plane. [contrast added]
1:50 This plane has a long contrail but it does disappear…
2:26 Contrail is now shorter…
2:48 Two curved trails next to this contrail are not just persisting but expanding.
3:16 As the jet with the now shorter contrail leaves, another spray plane flies in and this trail will become larger than the previous curved chemtrails.
3:54 The shadow of the spray plane can be seen on the sun-blocking chemical haze below it.
4:15 Web filament fallout getting caught in the trees. At times the webbing can be seen falling in the sky.
4:38 Here comes the military flyby…
4:48 A bit of a sun dog appears in the chem-haze.
5:05 Four military jets in flyby formation.
5:40 meanwhile, the previous jet continues spraying…
6:04 Another UFO can bee seen entering from the top left and exiting bottom right. [contrast added]
6:22 Spray plane takes a turn (and turns off the spray, wait and see).
7:08 The end of the contrail is now dissipating as the rest of the plume expands.
7:45 Plane flies away with a tiny “normal” sized contrail behind it.
8:10 The spray plume greatly expands in just a matter of minutes.
8:26 Classic chem-trail “feather” or “quill pen” clouds.
8:36 Planes continue spraying parallel lines that form cirrus clouds.
8:44 The pattern is repeated over and over until complete cloud cover forms.
Geo-engineering scientists call this Solar Radiation Management (SRM) via Stratospheric Aerosol [Particle Injection] Geoengineering (SAG). Early in 2010 at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting in San Diego, scientists announced a scheme to switch their stratospheric aerosol model from sulfur to aluminum. 10-20 MEGATONS per year of aerosolized aluminum will be sprayed into the atmosphere to deflect sunlight to halt global warming. All of the scientists deny that such a program is already in place.
LATER THAT DAY…
Stratospheric Aerosol Geo-engineering (SAG) plane sprays a circular pattern that crosses itself above Fallbrook, CA ( Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton ). Other U-turn circular paths seen over Tijuana, Baja California
Mexico. Sky filled with chemical contrails and iridescent clouds on Tuesday, November 30, 2010.