I don't believe any conspiracy theories. None. LOL I'm always the last to know everything because I suspect nothing. When a "methinks thou dost protest too much" type of thing comes up, it's interesting to check it out.
Edited by dewey - 9/29/11 at 10:37am
The 2001 Space Preservation Act specifically named Chemtrails as a weapons system to be banned (Sec.7(2)(B)(ii)).
(A 2002 Bill was accepted, without including Chemtrails.) Contrails are just condensation, not a weapon that would need banned, and although some may not use the word "chemtrails", delineating them from contrails doesn't seem to be an issue for the government, etc.
Senate hearings confirm that 239 populated areas had been contaminated with biological agents between 1949 and 1969. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1003703226697496080.html
Congressional hearings confirm that American populations were used as guinea pigs for testing biological and chemical agents since WW2.
2011 The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues regarding human experiments of past, states "The researchers put their own medical advancement first and human decency a far second..." http://bioethics.gov/cms/node/280
...and the list of things finally exposed or admitted to but denied in the past...hmm, now, that makes those things real conspiracies ...goes on and on.
In no way a conspiracy nut, LOL. I've never believed any conspiracy theories, usually even after they've been proven to be true . Interested in the present with eyes also wide open on what's been done in the past, where, let's face it, there IS a long list of proven conspiracies, yes.
Short TV news story on chemtrails... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiJ_R8JVpi4&feature=related