What are Chembows?
If you’ve been paying attention to chemtrails, you may have observed rainbow smearing (diffraction) of light reflected off them. Chembows are often visible when the sunlight reflects at approximately 45• angle to the chemtrail. Notice how only the wispy remnants of the chemtrail diffract the sunlight, not the clouds. Filamentous wisps may indicate presence of heavier-than-water particulate aerosol. Pink and green dominate the rainbow, matching emission spectra of barium.
Chemicals including barium salts, polymers and aluminum oxide are dispersed via aircraft, providing water droplet nucleation sites and increasing high altitude ice crystal formation, often resulting in stunning rainbows (chembows and sun dogs), and pink and green dichroism due to diffraction and refraction of light.

Post time: 09-12-2016