From his website:
CHEMTRAILS FROM MILITARY OR COMMERCIAL PLANES?
2012 Apr 12 from Ricardo Beas Beas
I recently visited Puerto Penasco, Mexico, a resort town in the State of Sonora, at the south tip area of the Golf of California, about 100+ miles south from the border, and there where chemtrails everywhere, so I concluded that the Mexican military was involved in this effort. Then I went to Mexicali, Baja California, a border town with Calexico/El Centro, CA, and I also saw the big, long and expanding chemtrails, so I concluded again that the Mexican government was involved in the spraying.
But then, as I headed towards the Calexico port of entry in the US and reached the border I realized that the lines from the chemtrails went from miles south of the border and THEY CONTINUED NORTH FOR MILES INTO THE US, with the vessel/military plane moving in that direction, which I can only conclude means that the US was doing the spraying in both the Baja and he US side of the border (it would be hard to believe that Mexican military planes would be allowed to fly into the US - or that they would have such a financial capability to do so), showing an international effort to spray unknown, possibly harmful, chemicals into the atmosphere. This is beyond scary.
REPLY FROM GEG:
Ricardo, be aware that almost all of the chemtrails we have been able to track with software that identifies planes in flight are coming from commercial passenger and cargo jets flying normal routes. They are not tankers. That means the chemicals either are in the jet fuel, added to the exhaust upon exiting the engines, or are a transparent gas that is seeded into the airspace through which the commercial planes travel. If the gas interacts with the water vapor found in jet exhausts, we would witness chemtrails apparently coming from planes when, in fact, they are not. They merely would become visible behind the planes as a result of airborne chemicals combining with water upon contact. I am not saying that this is what is happening, but there is some evidence that it is - or something like it. We still have much to learn about this.