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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: OveRcuRrEnteD
The problem with his theory is that the upper level data isn't necessarily from the areas that the pictures are for one. Balloons drift a long way while rising, especially on windy days. Upper level winds can be insane. I've seen winds in excess of 160 mph once you get up into the jetstream altitudes. Those balloons could have been launched near Phoenix, and taken upper level data near Amarillo.
I want you to know that what you're seeing now a lot of times many scientists know, especially at NASA...that the skies we are seeing are not normal clouds formations. These are man-made.
originally posted by: DogMeat
All I see is a women with her thoughts and no prof...nada.
She drank the kool-aid...........
originally posted by: rickymouse
a reply to: Zaphod58
It doesn't really matter what is causing the Contrails though, according to NASA the persistent contrails are negatively effecting the climate. If we wouldn't have so many Jets flying around as we do today, we wouldn't have so much of a problem. They either have to lower the amount of Jets in the air or fix the problem of the persistent contrails.
We can keep saying they naturally form, but the natural forming contrails are not natural at all and have become a problem because of quantity. You can pee outside near your raspberry bushes and it won't hurt them, but if everyone does it, they do not produce berries. The amount of Jets in the air is too high.
originally posted by: MALBOSIA
But there IS a difference. What caused them.
It feels like a bit of a trick of vocabulary. There is no term or word in the English vocabulary to define the difference between an cirrus clouds and by-products of commercial airlines.
Admitting it exists but not giving it a name seems like the ultimate exercise ignorance.
originally posted by: intrptr
Yes it does. And there are a lot more emissions at ground level than we'll ever see at altitude.
You just deflected again…
Had my say.
originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: gmoneystunt
No but its still spraying chemicals. Its not good for you
I can drop a bowling ball from 100 miles above your head it would burn up, so you wouldn't get hit by it as many layers of atmosphere are between you and that bowling ball, so now imagine what happens to lithium when it it sprayed that high...easy answer nothing to you on the ground.
And here is what happens when lithium mixes with oxygen...
Which in turn does this...
At high heat, lithium oxide emits a very detectable spectral pattern, which increases in intensity along with degradation of the coating.
So when it burns up while falling back to earth how much do you think will see the ground? There is closer things that will get you sick long before anything that is 35000 ft above your head will.
I don't think they did it on purpose to specifically the agricultural workers but they were and are hiding how harmful it could and can be.
Have anything to back this claim they sprayed those workers and is hiding the risks?
originally posted by: pfishy
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: SyxPak
There is no set point where a contrail will persist. If the RHI is over 100% it will persist.
If the relative humidity is over 100%, it is usually raining.
originally posted by: Deny1Ignorance
I would love it for people to one day just do their own research. Look up in sky's and understand that clouds forming a straight line is not natural and it is being caused by an external factor. Why does the government or officials have to come out and state something for the general public to finally admit something. if this is the way public changes their ideas than we still got a long way to go.
But other than glad this is shedding more light on the urgent matter which is STOP CHEM TRAILS.
originally posted by: gmoneystunt
a reply to: Argyll
lol, Yeah I see that. I was posting it how it was presented to me. I didn't have a chance to review the information before hand. I am still checking out the document