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1. Take photos of chemtrails or artificial clouds (like the ones you see in the background) and post them on your Facebook page. Include an explanation for your friends and ask them to check out your favorite chemtrail or geoengineering website.
2. Print out a few of your best photos on 8 1/2 X 11 inch paper and attach them to a cover letter for your legislative representatives and local environmental agencies. These might include:
In your letter, ask these folks for information about the sprayings, specifically if the material is toxic and if they can provide you with air and water test results for where you live.
If you want to get down to brass tacks, ask if they've seen the two documentaries What in The World Are They Spraying? and Why in The World Are They Spraying? If so, what is their position about this secret program administered by the U.S. Air Force and its impact on the environment?
These officials are supposed to investigate and respond to mail from constituents. (It's called "casework".) So your efforts should be well worth the time you invest.
3. If you buy detox supplements online, be sure to post reviews that include a short discussion of what chemtrails are and where readers can find more information on the subject.
4. Sign up for newsletters or "Like" chemtrail advocacy organizations so you can hear about new developments and upcoming events. If you can afford it, donate to nonprofits working to stop the sprayings.
Agricultural Defense Coalition
Truth Media Productions
(What in The World Are They Spraying? & Michael Murphy)
Institute for Molecular Medicine
(Dr. Garth Nicolson)