As this computer simulation clearly shows, (below) the residue from ChemTrails not only have different colors, but different stuff in them as well. Beside DHMO, ChemTrails also include heavy metals like metalaticanium and lead zeppelinium compounds as well as toxic fungal spores, ground up together into a fine talc-like powder. It is then mixed with DHMO and the resulting slurry is spread across the skies of America like so much cheese-whiz.
Below is an extremely rare image depicting what ChemTrail researchers generally agree is a Spray Plane ground crew, in the process of refilling the wing tanks with the lead zeppelinium / DHMO mixture prior to take off on another run across middle America. Computer enhancement of this photo allowed researchers a unique opportunity to see exacly what a ChemTrail sprayer's license actually looks like. Also note the tee-shirt design of the spray technician, second from the left. Coincidence? We think not.
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