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Chemtrails staining our sky

To the Editor;

Re: Conspiracies fuel climate change denial, Sept. 10.

Having seen condensation trails from jets that disappear as the jet continues to fly, when I see what I’ll call ‘chemtrails’ is when the condensation does not disappear, but continues to grow wider with a sort of scalloped edge on one side and stays in view as the whole trail moves across the sky. Where does the condensation come from to allow it to grow wider?

I’ve always been an admirer of David Suzuki and I’m sure there is a scientific answer but meanwhile I’m totally confused.

If indeed the atmosphere is somehow being seeded with chemicals, surely there must be a relatively easy way to test the fallout?

Mary Rattray

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