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Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project Paperback – June 18, 2016
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Peter A. Kirby is a San Rafael, CA researcher, writer, and activist. In 1971 he was born in San Francisco and raised in the bordering suburb of Brisbane, CA. He attended his local grade schools in Brisbane, then attended and in 1989 graduated from Lick-Wilmerding H.S. in San Francisco. He studied radio, television, and film at Cal State Long Beach and San Francisco State. He has held many jobs, but has worked most extensively as a taxicab driver. Among many other short films, he produced a 2001 documentary about the San Francisco Taxicab business. He has been researching and writing about chemtrails since about 2009. He is a staff writer at ActivistPost.com. Visit his website PeterAKirby.com where he sells his urban landscape photography.
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ONE THING: note to readers regarding the very sobering material in the safety info on the chemicals. First let me tell you that there is a chemical you likely use daily which has safety warnings just as serious--special suit, breathing apparatus, can be lethal. That chemical is NaCl, common table salt. Yet what an extremely serious safety warning it had! Be aware that the safety material on the chemical is assumeing you are coming into contact with it in a certain way. Obviously no suits and masks are need to sprinkle some salt onto your eggs, but on an industrial scale,for example, a salt mine which has air filled with miniscule salt chrystals that can greatly harm the respiratory tract. The point is, the list of risks and consequences of being in contact with the chemical is in having direct contact with the physical materiel in an amount of some kind, and unless a specific statement indicates the contrary, the risks are not referring to contact with the aerosolized particulates. I am not saying they are not harmful effects, but that the safety sheet's lists of risks of the chemical are referring to a specific physical form which is not, I don't believe, the aerosolized form.
I do not believe the author as trying to pull on over on the reader; he just may not have considered the matter thoroughly enough.
To engage readers, many of whom have little or no knowledge of this sinister activity, I suggest he define chemtrails in his introduction so the uninitiated can begin to get a sense of the phenomenon. Instead, he makes this segment an opinion piece without really explaining what chemtrails are, referring to them several times as "spraying," a vague term.
I'd like to see more detail in the rest of the book as well. Free documentaries like "What in the World Are They Spraying" and "Why in the World Are They Spraying" do a far more complete job of presenting a professional, holistic view of CTs and the sinister plan behind them.
By adding clarity up front and more detailed content in the body of the text, this would be a more helpful read for the general public.
But my hat (worn to fend off aerosols - HA!) is off to him for bringing awareness to readers about this critical issue! They need to realize that the air they breathe is "Killing Them Slowly."
I found this piece a comprehensive compilation of real evidence, starting with a deep exploration into weather control and the atmospheric sciences, “Chemtrails Exposed” is the first work I have found to cover all the details of all the issues. This is it. The pieces to the puzzle come together offering the what, where, when, why and how in a fully formed picture. My gratitude to Peter A. Kirby.
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Fairly technical with lots of quotes from people and research papers. Very convincing and comprehensive.