Technically speaking, contrails can be considered chemtrails. I state this because contrails do, in fact, contain chemicals. With that said, when most people speak of "chemtrails" they do not do so with that stated connotation in mind. The term "chemtrail" is most often attributed to the belief that something other than contrails are being sprayed across our skies for the purposes of either poisoning Earth's inhabitants and/or geoengineering the planet. The reality, however, is that "chemtrails" are not needed to bring about these concerns. I haven't researched whether or not contrails are indirectly causing illnesses among us, but there is scientific research which indicates contrails may be a serious contributor to the global warming phenomenon. Some may also choose to regard global warming as climate change, but nonetheless, the two terms share a very close relation and do pertain to one another.
In future posts I will provide further information on this topic, but in the meantime here are three articles I have come across discussing the negative impact contrails appear to be having on the climate of Earth.
- The Contrail Effect
- Aircraft Contrails Found To Cause Significant Climate Warming
- Those Hazy Jet Trails May Heat Up The Debate About Global Warming