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U.S Postal Service Engaged in Psyops?
Cloudscapes, a recent series of stamps issued by the US Postal Service looks suspiciously like subliminal conditioning, that is, a social engineering campaign to alter the way people perceive, think or act.  Obvious chemtrail images are included on these stamps, no doubt to subconsciously influence us into believing that what we are seeing in the skies is perfectly normal and nothing to be alarmed about (...move along folks... nothing unusual going on here..the sky has always looked like this.)
"I noticed they have new names as well , is that scientific fact , or tommyrot?" --Jessica caley, 11/28/12
"Looks like BS to me.No results found in the Oxford Dictionary (online) for "stratus opacus", "cirrus radiatus" or "cirrocumulus undualtus" and as for "altocumulus undulatus" I found this- "In 2009, the the first new cloud formation since 1951 was proposed for addition to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization" So they're probably mostly just made up- no suprise there then!" --Phil, 01/03/13
"Thank you Phil for providing that fascinating bit of research." --Glenn, 03/06/13
"These are all the correct names for these clouds. "Oxford Dictionary (online)" is hardly the ultimate authority for cloud names! Look around a bit more, or consult an experienced meteorological observer." --Ross Marsden, 06/08/13
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