Maybe the no spray in June relates to it being one of the driest
months of the year in the interior southwest. July is generally one
of the wettest, with moisture from the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico
creating the summer monsoons that start in early July and extend into
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> Due to the fact that fewer people have been posting since
> chemtrailing stopped over So Cal after May 18, I'm reposting the
> text of a message I submitted here a few weeks ago. (I know some
> folks in this forum believe spraying has been continuous, but I
> respectfully disagree.)
> "This pause in activity is exactly what happened last year. There
> no spraying over LA for about a month in June of 2003, and then
> things got busy again in July. There was heavy sraying in May, then
> the trails stopped abruptly and started again just as abruptly in
> I suspect we're going to see a repeat this year. I think spraying
> will increase significantly over So Cal in the next couple of weeks.
> There were also some dramatic chembows over LA in July, 2003.
> Naturally ocurring persistent contrails would be rare in a hot month
> such as July, correct? But I don't think that's what we can expect.
> So, I guess the question for serious investigators is, "Why to they
> suspend spraying over So Cal in June?" How does our June Gloom
> weather pattern influence what they're doing? Does it make the
> trails unnecessary? Does it interfere with the purpose/function of
> the trails?
> Any thoughts?"
> Again, I encourage all serious trackers to keep a simple log of what
> they witness (not suspect or simply believe) but actually witness on
> a day-to-day basis. The commitment can be as simple as adding a big
> RED X on your calendar on days when you see chemtrails...actual
> trails you can photograph.
> If we collect enough data, our case will be much more difficult to
> refute. Posting on Web sites is good for general communication, but
> we need hard data. We need to back up our subjective feelings with
> science if we're ever going to have any political influence. Vent
> and rant and rave online as often as you need to, but please also
> remember to practice the discipline of daily data recording. It
> might be boring, but it's essential.
> Peace and many blessings,