Did the Space Preservation Act Prove Chemtrails’ Existence?

Edited by Peter

An interesting conspiracy theory that has grown in popularity over the last decade is the belief that the long-lasting white clouds left in the sky by aircraft are actually chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed on the population for nefarious reasons. The people who believe in this conspiracy theory call these lines in the sky ‘chemtrails’ and feel so strongly against them that back in May of this year, they organised protests around the world. In an attempt to better understand this conspiracy and the people who believe in it, I attended one of the protests in London. Although I spent a decent amount of time researching the theory before heading down on the train, there were holes in my knowledge and on occasion I was stumped by some of the evidence brought forward. For example, I did not know how to respond after I was told that the presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich not only acknowledged their existence but also tried to get congress to ban their use before he was pressured by the government to back down….or so the conspiracy theory goes.

When I got home I was able to track down the source of this theory to the Space Preservation Act of 2001 whose goal it was to permanently prohibit the use and development of space-based weapons as well as calling for the removal of any existing space-based weapons under the control of the United States. The bill also stated that the

“The President shall direct the United States representatives to the United Nations and other international organisations to immediately work towards negotiating, adopting, and implementing a world agreement banning space-based weapon”

In order that there was no confusion, towards the end, the bill defined the terms “space” “weapon”, and “exotic weapon systems”. One of the examples of exotic weapon systems listed in the bill was chemtrails, which some have interpreted as the American government acknowledging their existence.

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The bill was ultimately rejected despite multiple re-writes that removed the word “chemtrails”. Some who believe in the theory believe that this was a result of the ‘powers that be’ forcing Dennis’ hand and removing proof of their existence. In reality, Dennis may have introduced the bill but he was not the authors, that honour goes to Alfred Webre, a Yale Law School graduate and author of the book The Omniverse: Transdimensional Intelligence, Time Travel, the Afterlife, and the Secret Colony on Mars.
Alfred holds some unusual and unique beliefs, to put it politely. For example, on the Richie Allen podcast, Alfred talked about how the governments of the world have an agreement with space reptilians to provide them with children to eat in exchange for technology and weapons. He later went on to say that paedophile and ritual child sacrificing networks worldwide are somehow helping global powers in their goal of “robotisation of humanity”.

Alfred also believes that governments have developed a method of detecting advanced propulsion technologies from alien visitors and that they are also capable of mind control, weather manipulation, and generating earthquakes. Yes, I am talking about chemtrails!

The more I read about Alfred and the more of his videos I watch the more it made sense that a man like him would include reference to chemtrails in a list of exotic weapon systems. It also explained why also on the list there was psychotronic (mind control) and extra-terrestrial weapons yet for some reason they are never mentioned by people who promote this as the proof that chemtrails are real.

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Perhaps the most damning part about the Space Preservation Act of 2001 is that, by its own admission, chemtrails would not meet the definition of a space-based weapon. The bill clearly states that the term “space” means the space extending upwards from an altitude greater than 60 kilometres above the surface of the Earth. As commercial airliners usually fly at about 39,000 feet or approximately 12 kilometres they are well below the bill’s threshold of what counts as space.

So in closing did the Space Preservation Act prove Chemtrails’ existence? No more than it proves that the American government is using alien weaponry.

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About Myles Power (544 Articles)
My name is Myles Power, and I run the educational YouTube channel, powerm1985. I spend what little free time I have sharing my love of SCIENCE! through home experiments, visiting sites of scientific interest, and angrily ranting at pseudoscience proponents. I am also one of the founding members of the podcast 'The League of Nerds' - which I co-host with James from 'The History of Infection'.

1 Comment on Did the Space Preservation Act Prove Chemtrails’ Existence?

  1. How can you prove that the reptilians are not eating our babies?!?
    Seriously tho, good post!

    Like

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