posted on Jan, 12 2018 @ 07:25 AM
Trying to prove chemtrails being a secret government program is tilting at windmills.
If you've ever worked around aircraft, you know the math is simple--every ounce of weight costs a lot of money to get into the air. Airlines go broke
when they cannot fly their aircraft at near capacity. Adding a tank of wackywater adds a lot of weight.
The other consideration is efficiency. Think about it this way: if you have a garden and you want to water it, does it make sense to have your
sprinkler 20,000 feet above it? Of course not. You want the sprinkler close to where you want the water to go. Squirting it from a high altitude
reduces the concentration in the area you need it, and makes for pretty inaccurate watering. You'd end up wasting more water than you're actually
Same goes for the premise of dispensing [fill in the trail chemical of your choice here] via aircraft flying at high altitudes. Dispensing it at
20Kft is ridiculously inefficient. If the gubmint wanted to hose down the population with crazyjuice from the air, they'd be doing it from aircraft
that are in the arrival/departure stack around airports--over densly-populated metropolitan areas.
I don't intend to sway anyone's beliefs on this topic either way; I'd be a fool to think I could. Confirmation bias and attitude polarization are
powerful forces. The more a person reads, hears, speaks, sees, and thinks about purported facts and evidence on a topic, the stronger that concept
becomes embedded in their belief system and the harder it is for them to dispel or dismiss.
This is precisely why reading the Bible, saying prayers, writing down selected passages, memorizing verses, reciting Hail Marys, and revisiting
Biblical stories are necessary to reinforce belief in what the book teaches. Seasons, holidays, and other various religious dates on the calendar
provide opportunities to repeat the process over and over until the person dies. The steady flow of information and repetition program a person to
think and act a certain way.
Conspiracymongers act in an identical manner. They feed themselves a steady diet of information that reinforces their beliefs. It becomes their
reality in short order.