Chemtrails and Weather Derivatives
Peter Kirby

San Rafael, CA

#1 Nov 12, 2011
Are weather derivatives the reason chemtrails are sprayed? I don't know. It's very plausible. The errant, singular chemtrail doesn't support the 'weather derivative market as a cause' thesis because a lone chemtrail would not have a significant impact on temperature or any other atmospheric condition. It might be done as a psychological operation. But, when downtown Phoenix is gridded with chemtrails on an otherwise clear day, producing a haze which is totally foreign to that climate, temperature (which drives weather derivative and energy markets) is probably effected significantly. Does anybody out there know of a study showing how much influence stratospheric aerosols have on temperature? After a Google search, I couldn't find one. Although, I did see some stuff that seemed to suggest that aerosols can move temperature 2 degrees F or more.

Weather derivatives by themselves are big money gambles. They may be valuable enough to make it worth putting planes up in the sky spraying stuff. If you divide last year's total market value ($12 billion) by the number of traded contracts (466,000), you get the average contract value which is $25,321. A matter of a few degrees on a given day or group of days could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars. The current weather derivatives market may not be big enough to support all chemtrail activity, but if you factor in the related multi-trillion dollar energy futures markets and energy company revenues, I don't have much doubt that there is enough to support it.

The fact that chemtrails are sprayed over mostly urban areas makes sense if one of the desired effects is manipulated power usage. More people and therefore more power consumers affected per square mile means a more efficient operation.

The weather derivatives market and probably other opportunities were made possible by deregulation of the energy market. Enron founded the weather derivatives market. Was the Department of Energy in bed with Enron? I wouldn't doubt it.

The fact that Enron founded the market is very dubious. This is a company whose accounting firm, Arthur Andersen, shredded more than a ton of their documents in one day as Enron's chairman Ken Lay told everybody everything was fine. When Enron CEO Lou Pai's wife found out about his stripper girlfriend complete with his love child, she divorced him. Enron's bankruptcy resulted in at least 33 criminal charges against employees and executives. People suffered under high power costs inflated by Enron. When Enron and their cronies intentionally disrupted power service as they were known to do, people were injured and died. Who knows how many bodies they left? These guys were not playing patty cakes. These guys ARE the Nazi party. Have you ever heard of something called 'Operation Paperclip'? If you like being ripped-off, beaten and murdered, you'll love these guys. Personally, I'm not into that. I wouldn't put anything past Enron.

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