I dont subscribe to believeing the chemtrail conspiracy (as its based on a false premise that all contrails should instantly dissipate), but the other day i was walking home when it started raining and my arms started itching, i looked at them and they were covered in red blobs and rashes. I suspected acid rain, or something similar, but i've read the actual acidity of acid rain is no where near high enough to significantly irritate your skin within seconds. Then i saw this disease online, Morgellons disease. Morgellons disease is mysterious and controversial as it is not yet recognized by the medical community, as in the case of most newly emerging diseases, patients' symptoms are often dismissed as psychological by health care practitioners. It is a mysterious skin disorder characterized by disfiguring sores and crawling sensations on and under the skin. Although Morgellons disease isn't widely recognized as a medical diagnosis, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating reports of the condition. it said about it "The disease can be disfiguring and disabling, and it affects people of all age groups, including children. Multiple family members are often affected at the same time, and the disease appears to be spreading at an alarming rate. The number of families currently registered with the MRF is believed to represent a fraction of the true number of affected families." MP Norman Baker, using the FOI act, has got the british govenment to admit that it had up until 1979 conducted secret biological chemical warfare trials using the unsuspecting public as guinea pigs. http://people.tribe.net/348a0adc-d983-40b0-a873-816674073a11/blog/46462230-2ce0-492a-847d-a85a1a74b864 [Broken] http://www.archive.org/search.php?q...s AND firstCreator:C AND subject:"Chemtrails" what worries me slightly is they say the tests were carried out in southampton ..... which is where I live! thats not very conforting. some of best info on the disease is here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/morgellons-disease/SN00043 - that didn't confort me much as it says on the site "Consider various causes for your signs and symptoms, and follow your doctor's recommendations for treatment — which may include long-term mental health therapy." I am not going mad, that definately DID happen to my skin. Whether it actually was morgellons disease, or something completely unrelated, is a different issue, the fact is that something odd did definately happen to my skin for a day or so. this probably has a rational explanation, and i suspect i am linking two things that are not connected, but i have yet to see a decent explanation for Morgellons disease other than remote chemicals of some kind. Any ideas as to what else it could have been?