First, I just want to say I'm happy that chemtrails are finally getting more exposure. I guess it just took time for more official documents proving what is going on to come out.
I wanted to share a brief story of a couple of days this February in Beijing.
I stayed in the city about 5 days, which was a totally unique experience. Being in Tienanmen square was very surreal. The big cameras, the marching military guys, the posted guards, and don't forget the big police buses waiting in the wings, and out in the open, to do round ups if needed. And being in Beijing for the Chinese new year was really neat too-- to see so many people pour into every single street and set off massive amounts of fireworks. Fireworks were officially banned up until last year in the city, but the people seem to have won this battle, with the government having to cave, trying to save face. Simply put, there is no way you can stop people from doing what they want, when enough of them want it. But I digress...
The first two days in the city there were beautiful clear blue skies, and even a really low amount of haze from pollution. On day three, I was on a small tour around the forbidden city, and in the afternoon we drove out to the summer palace. The first trail appeared around 9 30am in the northwest sky. I pointed out the first one I saw to my tour guide, a 30 something Chinese guy who spoke pretty decent English. I simply pointed at the trail and said "look at that." After another hour or so, there were several more trails, starting to creep in more overhead. By around noon, the operation was in full swing, and a good portion of the sky was covered in new and older, dissipated trails. By the afternoon, it looked like a standard "heavy trail day" operation, based on my experiences from other cities (Los Angeles, in particular).
When the sky was pretty close to covered, I brought the topic up again to my tour guide. I said do you see how its cloudy now, when there were no clouds just a few hours ago. He said yes, and I could tell already that he knew what I was getting to. To make the story short, he said that many people in Beijing know about the trails, but I was the first western person to mention it to him. He was interested to know if the American government did the same, and what I thought they were for. I explained my simple understanding of cloud seeding to him, and how the theory says that you can steer and/or create storms.
The next day, the sky was clear again, and I was on another tour, this time to the great wall at Badaling. I brought up the trails again to my new tour guide, who was quite pleased that I knew about them. His comment was that everyone in Beijing knows that there will always be good weather on important national holidays, owing to the trailing they do beforehand.
So that's pretty much it. One day of heavy trails, and four days of nice blue sky. I laughed with a friend that China simply can't afford to do it as much as in the states.
I guess that's all the useful information I have for this forum now. Perhaps I can share some of my other experiences in another section.