BBC: ‘Chemtrails’ To Be Recognised As New Type Of Cloud

Saturday, March 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

Sean Adl-Tabatabai
YourNewsWire.com
March 25, 2017

According to the BBC, chemtrails are to be officially recognised as a new type of cloud in the International Cloud Atlas.

According to BBC meteorologist John Hammond, the trails left behind in the sky by airplanes, known by many as ‘chemtrails’, will now be added to an official cloud reference encyclopedia, solidifying their status as a scientifically recognised phenomena.

“In the modern day you will look up to the sky and see clouds made by airplanes. Once they are made they can linger for days,” John Hammond says.

BBC Science reports:

Now, embracing the digital era, the new atlas will initially be available as a web portal, and accessible to the public for the first time.

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) publishes the atlas, and also has the final say on the contents, including the addition of “new” clouds and cloud features.

This time around 12 new terms have been added. The best known of these is asperitas, meaning rough-like in Latin, as the clouds can look like the tossing of the waves at sea when viewed from below.

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