A child voices this opening line of Goodbye Blue Sky--a song from the eleventh studio album by the English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released as a double album on November 30, 1979. The album is called The Wall.
Thirty-four years later, perhaps Pink Floyd's creative genius, Roger Waters, might write something more along the lines of:
"Look, Mummy. Chemtrails up in the sky."
"SAG" for short.
Edward Teller is sometimes called "The father of the hydrogen bomb". Another of Teller's children was born via this:
Thanks again, Dr. Teller, for fathering another satanic child--the spraying of metallic aerosols to deflect sunlight and cool the Earth. Though Teller was unable to secure funding for his research, sunlight-scattering particles are being sprayed into the stratosphere right now, have been for years. Insidious consequences are piling up like snow on the slopes of Mr. Shasta, alarming people especially in NATO countries around the world. Meanwhile, apathy, ignorance, and distraction of American masses help to keep this taxpayer-funded covert government operation a... Conspiracy Theory!
The original patent for "The Stratospheric Welsbach Seeding For Reduction of Global Warming" was issued to Hughes Aircraft in 1991, U.S. patent #5,003,186. It involves spraying into the upper atmosphere a "... very fine, white-talcum-like aerosol of aluminum oxide, barium oxide and other oxides..." to reduce global warming.
A best friend of SAG is something common under the right conditions: contrails. Hot jet exhaust can produce contrails, streaks of condensed water vapor that readily dissipate. But for people occupied beyond paying attention to happenings above their heads... chemtrails, contrails, what's the difference?
Apparently it doesn't matter how many pictures, videos, testimonials of people involved, and evidence from the stratosphere to the ground verify that SAG is already an enormous operation; many people don't want to believe their government could be such an enemy of the common good.
And since SAG is linked to anthropogenic climate disruption ("global warming"), millions of people automatically dismiss the whole schmeer--they don't want it to happen.
People that know the least about climate dynamics, especially climate as opposed to weather, often seem to have the most profound prejudices regarding global warming.