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Is frivolous spraying of chemical trails causing major health problems?

by Lois Krafsky-Perry
 for Citizen Review          
September 4, 2013
It’s a beautiful sunny day when suddenly thin white streaks appear in the brilliant blue skies. It is not a bird, but it is a plane, at high altitude, painting our skies with chemicals.  In a few minutes the white streaks spread and  soon the sky turns milky white and our once blue sky is clouded. This action, against our own inhabitants, has been tagged, “chem trails.”
An Aug 31, 2012 Reuters report stated a cost of 5 billion dollars a year to spray chemicals into the upper atmosphere, in the name of global warming. 
The dangers of the various chemicals to people as well as plant and animal population have been reported.
Aluminum, barium, glass particles and sulphur, are only a few of the contents being sprayed in the United States and  other countries.
Concerns about many health problems have been noted  in the past few years.
The following health effects are linked with exposure to sulphur.
– Neurological effects and behavioral changes
– Disturbance of blood circulation
– Heart damage
– Effects on eyes and eyesight
– Reproductive failure
– Damage to immune systems
– Stomach and gastrointestinal disorder
– Damage to liver and kidney functions
– Hearing defects
– Disturbance of the hormonal metabolism
– Dermatological effects
– Suffocation and lung embolism
The following video lists some contents, such as barium, in chem trails.
Recent news about apparent spraying of gases in other countries has alerted our government, because of human health and dignity.  
Should we also be concerned with our own country and the dangers of poison spraying taking place, at our own hand, with mega tax dollars being spent?  
Chem trails spray
Following are some photos taken above my house:

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