Believe me I have received e-mails from people that believe that the chemtrails are back and that they think that not only are they being used for weather operations to force multiply cold weather — but to trigger respiratory illnesses that can make you more likely to get Covid-19.
It really fuels some conspiratorial speculation, especially when it comes to government experiments and possible biological weapons that can be used on citizens without them knowing.
The idea is shocking, and some may call it some tinfoil hat science fiction but in reality some scientists are arguing that “gain of function” experiments are key in order to monitor the effects of pathogens on animals and maybe even humans.
Gain of Function experiments or GOF experiments are bio-security experiments that are routinely done in labs all over the world.
In recent years, some members of the scientific community have been involved in a vigorous debate over so-called “gain-of-function” experiments involving pathogens with pandemic potential, such as influenza virus. Proponents and opponents of GOF work engaged in extensive discussion about the value, safety, ethics, and validity of this type of research.
In a Military Gain of Function exercise, the fog in San Francisco was used as a cover in order to see whether it could be used to help spread a biological weapon in a “simulated germ-warfare attack.”
Over a period of six days in September 1950, members of the US Navy sprayed clouds of Serratia from giant hoses aboard a Navy minesweeper drifting two miles along the San Francisco coastline, a bacterial fog quickly enveloped and disguised by the region’s own fog. By monitoring the air at 43 scattered sites throughout the region, the Navy found Serratia bacteria blown throughout San Francisco and extending to the adjacent communities of Albany, Berkeley, Daly City, Colma, Oakland, San Leandro, and Sausalito.