posted on Jul, 30 2014 @ 11:22 AM
a reply to: Rob48
Where's the control? A comparison with photographs taken during a grounding is needed. Many factors have to be taken into consideration. It would
take a full scale study to make anything approaching a definitive statement. The two major groundings mentioned earlier are the only control I'm
aware of. Are there others?.
From the link I left in an earlier comment.
"It's as if somebody suddenly ripped a veil away, exposing the true colors of the heavens."
"The fact that the three jetless days were in the late summer should suggest that there
was less of an effect than would have occurred during a cooler time of the year when more contrails occur," said Carleton."
"The U.N. panel of climate experts reckons that aviation is damaging the
climate and that non-carbon factors -- such as nitrogen oxides, soot or contrails -- may have an effect 2 to 4 times as great as carbon dioxide
Add to that the common layman's observation that skies were bluer and colours on the ground more vibrant during the groundings and you have strong
indications that your photograph would show a bluer, clearer sky if no jets had flown for some time. As these scientists point out it's a mammoth
task trying to come to some kind of definitive view.
One swallow doesn't make a summer, one photograph doesn't make a case. Do you have a collection of photographs taken with the same camera during a
mass grounding? A quick look through some camera reviews will soon give an indication of the variability in each cameras ability to capture colours
accurately. Readings showing the amount of light reaching the ground during groundings compared to during 'normal' jet use would throw some light on
the subject. Pardon the pun.
If yourself or any of the others wish to comment on this post I will of course be prepared to answer. You may prefer to let it rest and in that way
get rid of me and my insistence that the whole chemtrail thing, this thread included, is being used to distract from discussion of the actual
measurable negative health effects of jet travel.