A post in Geoengineeringwatch claims that C 130 aircraft are being used to spray aluminum and barium for some purpose. As evidence, it posts a photo of C130's flying, and a photo taken later of mysterious filaments clinging to power or phone lines. This is a typical example of the post hoc, ergo propter hoc fallacy. C130 aircraft are turboprops with a maximum elevation of 28,000 feet, according to Wikipedia. The geoengineeringwatch post acknowledges that these aircraft are not doing solar radiation management.
/http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/...to-continue-specialized-aerial-spray-mission/Again, what is the official story on what the C-130s are used for? "To control disease-carrying insects, eradicate undesirable plants, or disperse oil spills." But are we to believe the "official" narrative? Not that we should feel good about the spraying of highly toxic oil dispersants in any case. A recent incident that occurred in Arizona appears to paint a different picture. Arizona resident Cori Cunnells took this photograph of the three aircraft that she witnessed passing overhead in the skies of Arizona over her home just before strange fibrous airborne filaments covered the landscape.