Sunday, February 3, 2013

After a long day of consistent aerosol spraying throughout San Diego skies, another jet crosses at lower altitude spraying a chemical trail that stretched for approximately 50 miles. Recorded here on video:

4:43 pm, Point Loma, San Diego.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

6:40 am, Pacific Beach. Traces of aerosol activity through the night are visible at first light.

6:49 am. Another jet takes off heading north.

7:28 am.

7:29 am.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Multi-directional jet-sprayed chemical trails are converging here from several angles. The haze across the lower right of the photo is from previous spray trails that have spread into a misty haze. The "sun dog" or rainbow sun spot is a reflection of solar light captured by the various artificial chemicals. While sun dogs do occur naturally, they are being seen increasingly due to consistent jet chemical trail spraying. This sequence of photos is shockingly unnatural and very concerning.

 1:13 pm, Encinitas (North County, San Diego).

 1:14 pm. The multi-directional trails have fanned out in varying directions to form a giant x in the sky.

1:14 pm. Nothing in this photo is natural except the blue-colored backdrop of the sky.

 6:43 am, Pacific Beach. Chemical residue stains San Diego blue skies in the early morning.

 6:44 am. Chemical trails at first light.

7:35 am. Another day of spraying begins in the early morning. The flight path from the southeast to the northwest is a constant recurrence.

7:35 am. Close-up.

7:36 am. The jet is gaining altitude. Chemical haze fills the background.

7:38 am. 

Short video of a jet flying and spraying along the San Diego coast:

7:39 am, Pacific Beach.