Chem bomb over San Diego?

Update, same day: Reader Nancy has commented that she’s seen a few weather balloon explosions that looked similar. So I watched one of them,

and she’s right, it does! I especially found interesting the comment below the above video that “weather balloons explode at dusk,” which this “chem bomb” also apparently did (as I recall, the narrator said the sun was going down).

I’d like to say I’m “just paranoid,” except that I (and YOU) live (and choke) beneath hazy, chem-trailed skies on a near-daily basis, and this clip may have just upped the ante for all of us.

Please share widely.

Published on Jan 17, 2014

What is this that exploded near San Diego? I filmed this while filming chem planes spraying very low and the object appeared after the second, higher, trail was laid. Whatever fell from the object rained down into a very urban area full of houses.

I have no idea what to think at this point!

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0 Responses to Chem bomb over San Diego?

  1. Reposted .. Thanks with link to this site with following caption:
    This sizable container was dumped over houses in San Diego and happen to be filmed. The people causing this stuff or so insulated from public oversight they have become a science-cult experimenting on humans and mother Earth globally in secret operations. This being over highly populated areas makes me think it’s reasonable to start referring to them as a fully sociopathic science cult. And yet, the public does not want to believe it’s going on. Can we say it all together: “cognitive dissonance” !

    • I really think the basic hump to get over is the idea that there are people in the world that are acting in a malevolent manner, and that this group malevolence is organized, focused, and very very effective. People just don’t want to think that about others, and I don’t blame them! I didn’t (and don’t) either. So yes, cognitive dissonance. Or dissonance between head and heart, perhaps?

  2. Nancy says:

    I’m not poo-pooing, but I just watched a few videos of weather balloons exploding on youtube. This exploding “chemical bomb” looks remarkable similar.

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