Why We Have a “Chemtrail Season”

December 5, 2016

Ever think about how artificial clouds from aircraft affect the weather? Notice that there aren’t any natural clouds in these photos. Without aircraft, the sky would have been perfectly blue today.   This photo was 30 minutes later. Air traffic is heavy in the mornings. These are commercial aircraft manufacturing water in the sky by […]


Global Warming Rethink

June 1, 2015

An igloo is made of ice, but it traps heat inside so you can stay warm. Imagine now, a thin layer of ice all around the Earth that lets the sun’s rays pass through it but insulates the globe so it heats up the surface, keeping that heat trapped inside the ice layer. A hundred […]


Important Variables Missed in Climate Change Models

May 31, 2015

Yes, climatologists have looked at artificial clouds formed by contrails. “We know all about it,” they’ll tell you. But we humans tend to accept the first answer we find and we stop looking for evidence too soon. We draw a conclusion from a glance and move on. Climatologists (a broad term since they all tend […]


How much sky coverage is “significant?”

May 26, 2015

When I speak with scientists– especially climatologists, meteorologists and chemists– they believe that “aircraft clouds affect the weather” or NASA’s statement that “the abundance and location of clouds” would effect the climate more than CO2 or other green house gases, but many still think the impact of jet aircraft and artificial clouds on the climate […]


On a Given Day: Comparing Natural and Artificial Clouds

May 26, 2015

It’s Memorial Day– May 25, 2015– and as is common along the California Coast, we have low clouds from the Ocean. It’s normal. But even more common are the high clouds above…cirrus clouds spawned by jet aircraft. How can we be sure jets made these clouds? As any skywatcher knows… just watch. Over a period […]


Artificial Clouds and Sun Halos

May 1, 2015

It’s almost never mentioned– mostly because it’s almost never noticed– but sun halos are usually caused by artificial clouds. That is, contrails. Rainbows circling the sun like this one are caused by light reflecting through tiny ice crystals. (More on Wikipedia) Those who notice artificial clouds spawned by jet aircraft (less than 1% of people […]


How to make clouds

March 31, 2015

Since millions of people around the world have witnessed sunny days turned cloudy by aircraft, speculation has run amok. This is understandable; explanations of why this happens now, but didn’t used to happen when we were kids, are based on observation without context. The context comes from understanding the facts around the phenomenon of aircraft-spawned […]


Dust in the clouds: Cirrus clouds form around mineral dust and metallic particles

March 3, 2015

Cirrus clouds influence global climate, cooling the planet by reflecting incoming solar radiation and warming it by trapping outgoing heat. Understanding the mechanisms by which these clouds form may help scientists better predict future climate patterns. Scientists have now identified the major seeds on which cirrus clouds form. Now an interdisciplinary team from MIT, the […]


Jet Aircraft and Cloud-Aerosol Interaction

March 3, 2015

Since the 1960s, high-altitude weather modification programs have increased worldwide. The effects of A) commercial aircraft injecting trillions of cubic feet of water vapor into the sky annually and B) the precipitation enhancement activities of weather modification aircraft combine o produce significant cloud cover over the Earth, affecting temperatures and weather conditions more than CO2 […]


Can we SEE climate change?

March 3, 2015

Aircraft produce about 10 trillion cubic feet of water vapor every year. Much of it manifests as visible clouds, which sometimes persist and can quickly cause massive cloud cover over millions of square miles. Haven’t noticed? You’re way behind. Millions of witnesses have been alarmed by the artificial clouds produced by aircraft, especially before incoming […]


How clouds affect the climate

March 3, 2015

“Even small changes in the abundance or location of clouds could change the climate more than the anticipated changes caused by greenhouse gases…” —NASA Like natural clouds, artificial clouds can drastically affect the weather: In the daytime they block the sun, creating shade and reflecting some solar radiation back into space. But at night, clouds […]


The Vonnegut Theory

February 28, 2015

Named after Dr. Bernard Vonnegut, the Vonnegut Theory states that anthropogenic cloud production is the primary cause of climate change, through weather modification activity combined with water vapor from jet airplane traffic. According to this theory, changing the climate means changing the weather and vice-verse; the “climate” is the weather over time; and the abundance […]