posted on May, 26 2016 @ 02:03 AM
originally posted by: MrConspiracy
originally posted by: waynos
a reply to: MrConspiracy
OK. So you do fully understand that for another person, just a shortish distance away from you, these trails wouldn't cover the sun. Also, my
explanation earlier in the thread that you may see this sight repeatedly, as you described it, simply because air routes are pretty constant AND the
sun always sets in the west, appears to have been unworthy of consideration or response.
So what ARE you saying? WHY is this sight unusual or remarkable to you?
YES ..... I never stated otherwise! hahahaha.
If I thought for a second, me mentioning that I notice contrails over the sun on a regular basis and me finding it a little odd would cause such a
kerfuffle i'd have never even bothered.
The thing is though that you mentioning the trails being over the sun is such a chemtrail believer thing. It's such a demonstration of their lack of
comprehension of what's going on when it comes to contrails.
There are believers who think that contrails fall straight down to earth. They claim they can smell them, even though they are at least 7 miles up
there. When they see 'chemtrails' up there in the sky, they claim they become sick as a direct effect of having been 'sprayed like bugs'. See these
people are completely clueless.
So for a moment it seemed like you were singing their song, as some chemmies claim that 'they' (whoever sprays the 'chemtrails') are trying to hide
the sun or some other celestial object from view (planet X is a favorite), which could be forgiven if it came from a 3 year old. But as an adult one
should expect to have some grasp of how the earth, clouds (and contrails) and the sun/moon relate to eachother.
Anyway no hard feelings. I'm still puzzled why you find it odd to sometimes see a contrail cross the sun.. Isn't that kindof what you'd expect with
all the planes crossing the skies these days?
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