Chem Trails Should Be Examined

RECEIVED Fri., April 6, 2012

Dear Editor,
    Since Michael King brought up chem trails in the same breath as the fluoride issue [“Zoning, Fluoride, and Old Hollywood,” News, April 6], might he risk a few "conspiracy-theorist" or "wing-nut" epithets (the new "reds"?) and take an earnest look at the subject?
    Or try a few laps on your back in Barton Springs on a bright, blue day and watch those jet "con" trails crisscrossing the sky in tic-tac-toe formation. Notice that they don't dissipate for a few hours? This anomaly alone should at least nudge the intellectual curiosity of a true muckraking journalist.
Mike Rieman
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