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Bill Gates Admits to Chemtrails-Truth!
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 Former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates has funded millions of dollars in research on geoengineering, or “chemtrails,” which is the practice of depositing reflective sulfur oxide particles into the atmosphere to counteract global warming.
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