In rec.arts.sf.written Greg Goss <email@example.com> wrote: > benj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >>CO2 is clearly wrong, but as for climate disruption being man-made that >>is another issue. There are LOTS of other credible candidates there. >>Including, CFCs, Space shuttle chemicals, air pollution (not CO2), the >>hydrogen bombs set off in space creating new radiation belts, HAARP, and >>God knows what other classified projects. Weather modification for use >>in warfare has LONG been under development. No doubt it's coming along >>quite nicely now. > > I love conspiracy theories, though I'm rational enough to set them > aside when I'm done with them. > > My favourite at the moment is that "chemtrails" is a project to > disperse high altitude sulfates to cancel out some global warming. > After all, we started departing from the model predictions about 2000.
"Our Man in Peking" appears in the Februrary 1967 edition of _Galaxy_ and contains classic chemtrail.
The bomber howled and bucked through updrafts. Dr. West knew the aircraft was laying a trail of aerosol fog across the formerly desolate mountains of South Central China.
"They should have told us," the Major blurted. "I'm a professional. I should have been given the chance to volunteer. The Colonel and me, we're going to complete this spray run on the chance that the Air Force did agree to - sell us out. You C.I.A. spook, we've decided to complete the spraying mission.
The Major waved the almost prehistoric .45 automatic ineffectually. "Now do you feel better or worse?"
Dr. West surreptitiously had managed to raise his thumb from the button. At first his thumb had not wanted to release the button, as if it had an over-trained one-track mind of its own. The flickering red light stayed on, and Dr. West knew the spraying was continuing anyway. Probably if he never had pressed the button, a back-up mechanism would have initiated the spraying. Probably he was not only expendable; he was superfluous.