I have long been concerned about the many ways that the powers-that-be are seeking to poison us, or are performing some kinds of chemical experimentation on or around us without our consent. Much of this activity is performed quite openly: fluoride in our water, chemtrails in the air, GMO in our food.

But one government activity seems to have gone without notice – introduced in the early years of the 21st century, possibly as a backup vector, triggered by the growing public awareness of other projects, this new threat I term “chemspot”, and appears as dark spots, about an inch in diameter, found ubiquitously in all population centers through the United States, and possibly other parts the world (although the Asiatic countries seem to have escaped so far).

I first noticed these spots on the sidewalk outside my apartment in July of this year.  I was concerned because they looked like some kind of thick coagulated oil.  I had never seen anything like it before.  I took a photo, and asked a local garbage-man if he knew where they came from.  He said he’d never seen anything like it, and he’d been working the street for several years.

I contacted the city council by phone, and reported the problem.  They said they would send someone out to take a look.  I never heard back from them.  I stopped  a police officer (something I am normally loath to do), and asked them if there had been any kind of spill in the area.  His expression firmed, and he said no.  I pointed at the spots, and asked what they were, and that’s the first time I heard the ridiculous cover story – that they were just “gum”.

They are NOT gum.  The spots are black, round, flattened, hard and dry.  Gum is white or brightly colored, irregularly colored, flexible, and sticky.   Gum does NOT go black with age.  Just look at this gum wall in Seattle:


This gum wall has been collecting gum since 1990.  NONE of the gum is black.  All of the gum has retained its original color. Clearly gum does not turn black naturally.  This wall is also in an alley just off a busy street, so would be subject to the same exhaust emissions a gum found on sidewalks.


I used the online “Flicker” web photo service to search for these spots, using the terms “sidewalk gum”.  I got over 700 results, most of which consisted of these black spots.  But when the search was restricted to pre-2004, there were ZERO hits.  This is statistically impossible if there were as many black spots then as now.

Clearly these are some kind of “chemspot”, the most likely reason for their existence is that they are some kind environmental buffered drug delivery mechanism.  They are black, so absorb solar radiation during the day,  which will energize the substrate, causing active molecules to be gradually released into the air.  Peak activation will coincide with human activity (daylight hours), so is an ideal delivery system.

The above post is a parody of the chemtrail theory.