In 1941 America began its efforts to construct an atomic bomb – an endeavor that was code-named the Manhattan Project. By the summer of 1945, researchers were ready to test their product, and on July 16, 1945, the first atomic bomb was detonated. The blinding flash was visible from up to 200 miles away, and nearly every window within 100 miles was blown out.
Chemtrails have not been quite so dynamic , but are nonetheless very noticeable. It doesn’t matter where you are, that familiar crisscrossing pattern littering otherwise-blue skies seems to be without end.
While the immediate effects of the atomic bomb and chemtrails couldn’t seem to be more different, they do share one thing: government secrecy. When the first atomic bomb was detonated in New Mexico a coverup story was quickly released. Our government lied to its own people, claiming that the massive explosion they’d borne witness to was actually the result of a large ammunition dump exploding in the desert.Read more