The Chemtrail Conspiracy Theory has been circulating since sometime around 1996, and has never dissipated. Will a new study do anything to change that? According to a “first-of-its-kind scientific study on chemtrails,” the alleged government program responsible for secretly spraying chemicals into the air does not actually exist. Published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the study is the first peer-reviewed paper ever written on the controversial chemtrail phenomenon.
Authorities in Alabama managed to pull off what paranormal researchers have been trying to do for decades: capture some crop circle makers. According to a local media report, cops in Etowah County arrested five individuals who were responsible for crafting a rudimentary design in a cornfield located in the community of Ballplay. However, unlike those who fashion the formations using planks of wood and careful planning, this particular cadre of crop circle makers had a decidedly less nuanced technique.