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Soiling the Skies

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Friday November 29, 2013

Oxford, PA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Please take a moment to look at this series of photos of what ai witnessed this morning from my deck. As a group of people who obviously love the outdoors and nature I would like your thoughts and feedback. This series shows the skies going from blue to a grey/white haze ? This has become all too frequent .

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4. TPB
2:06 AM GMT on December 01, 2013
Thanks for your comments. I was hoping to get a response from someone who was aware of what these "new " cloud formations really are! Man made !
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3. papajuan
1:58 AM GMT on December 01, 2013
Expect weather to deteriorate when you have long lasting lasting contrails. High humidity air moving in ahead of a storm. Autumn and Winter ofter bring bad weather all too frequently.
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2. mfr751
1:01 AM GMT on December 01, 2013
You may want to look into Geoengineering, Solar Radiation Management and Chemtrails.
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1. Cowgazer
8:11 PM GMT on November 30, 2013
On certain days I have no doubt that vapour trails haze the skies, we used to live close to MIA in UK and we could smell aviation fuel as they arrived and departed, one of our neighbours had a swimming pool which often had a film of unburned fuel across the surface, though MIA said it was nothing to do with them. People also had suspicions about cancer clusters, but this was a confused issue as we also had Farm sprays and several major highways close by.
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