A self-admitted Ufologist has claimed to have filmed evidence of a UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) over Paris, France, that used some form of alien technology to obliterate chemtrails out of the sky. The videographer, who was filming outside his house, was observing a recent chemtrail that was believed to have been left by a plane when they noticed the UFO. Then things got weird.
Daily Star reported this week that user WTF flow uploaded a UFO video to YouTube, in which a bright orb-shaped object could be seen. The UFO appears to be behind a streaming cloud, which WTF flow speculates is the chemtrail wake of an airplane. As is explained by Express, conspiracy theorists charge that contrails, or vapor trails, left behind by airplanes are loaded with toxic or mind-altering chemicals, hence “chemtrail.”
WTF flow wrote of the UFO video, “I was watching an odd looking light crossing the sky at variable speeds around my house, during the sunset.” They said they “began to suspect the object was not man-made” when it started “performing weird maneuvers, accelerating and decelerating randomly.”
But then the UFO just stopped and somehow proceeded to eliminate the clouds.
“The object stopped in front of the chemtrail, and slowly destroyed it. I’m sure there’s a link between it and the chemtrail – such a huge trail can’t just disappear like that for no reason.”
That last bit may have been a bit of subconscious foreshadowing because there are plenty of viewers of the video that believe there was a reason for the so-called “chemtrail” to disappear. They believe the video to be a fake.
One viewer, Mahakolisnor, flat-out says as much. “This is a fake… Look at the ends of the trail – they are blue coloured. This happens by ‘colour brushing’ the trails away.”
Another commenter, No Parking In The Red Zone, evinced exasperation with the chemtrail conspiracy theorists. “It’s a vapor trail created by hot airplane engines moving through cold air. Vapor trails have been around since the dawn of aviation – but it took modern basement-dwelling conspiracy morons to start calling them “chemtrails”. And most of these Al Gore groupies are proud of their ignorance, that’s the really sad part.”
Still, even with some pointing out that the UFO video might be phony, there are many who believe the footage depicts a UFO, chemtrails, and the odd obliteration of the latter.
And there are those who believe there is something completely different going on.
Chemtrails Tucson commented that the UFO was a “tesla orb and it’s part of the scalar technology of the Chentrails [sic].” They go on to explain it as a “type of hidden electro magneto force.”
Another, Angie Marie, posted that the chemtrails are dispersed to block human “coding” for an “ascension” that will ultimately take place in the future.
“Chemtrails are geared at stopping the ascension of this planet,” she wrote. “Believe it or not, I don’t care. Some of us know the truth, be grateful if you’re one of those people while the rest of the world rides in materialism, consumerism, and ignorance while they watch their reality tv shows and porn nightly. Our sun is trying to ascend this planet into a new dimension through vibration waves of light, did you hear that every one? Chemtrails are putting a block between us and the new coding that is suppose to be re-programming our bodies. It obviously is deeper than this, of which cannot be taught in a Youtube comment. Prepare for ascension, our governments cannot keep ‘buffering’ it out for long.”
While the debate over whether or not there’s a UFO in WTF flow’s video and whether or not chemtrails are a real phenomenon, it should be noted that scientists from the Carnegie Institution for Science and the University of California, Irvine, produced a study of chemtrails, finding that there is no valid, empirical evidence of chemical spraying or programs that deposit chemicals into the atmosphere.
As Science Alert reported, lead researcher Steven Davis (of University of California, Irvine) concluded, “The experts we surveyed resoundingly rejected contrail photographs and test results as evidence of a large-scale atmospheric conspiracy.”
The study, the first ever on chemtrails, acknowledges that die-hard conspiracy theorists and alarmists will likely ignore the findings or simply pan them as just another part of the conspiracy or cover-up. Still, as Carnegie Institution for Science’s Ken Caldeira stated, “I felt it was important to definitively show what real experts in contrails and aerosols think. We might not convince die-hard believers that their beloved secret spraying program is just a paranoid fantasy, but hopefully their friends will accept the facts.”
So, did a UFO erase a large portion of a chemtrail over Paris? Or has the internet been entertained by another hoax? Either way, alien technology or not, chemtrails or not, there’s one more UFO video to ponder and debate.
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