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originally posted by: windword
a reply to: Shamrock6
HAHA! Reminds me of a Dave Barry story I read about stolen cattle in a cargo plane, charging back and forth:
According to these articles, which I swear I am not making up, what apparently happened was that the crew of a Russian military cargo jet had stolen some cows in Siberia and was flying them home when the cows became upset, perhaps because there was no in-flight movie.
So the cows stampeded, and the crew, fearing that the plane would crash, opened the cargo door and let the cows run out of the plane at an altitude of 30,000 feet, which is somewhat in excess of the Recommended Safe Falling Distance for Cows of 1.3 inches. So you had these cows raining down on the Sea of Japan, and one of them, unfortunately, failed to land on George Steinbrenner. But it did allegedly strike the Japanese fishing boat, which sank. The fishermen all survived, although I am betting that they had an unpleasant talk with their insurance agent.
Problems Of Utmost Gravity
originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: Urantia1111
So this isnt a chemtrail plane because theres ONE alternate explanation for a bunch of tanks in a large jet?
Except it isn't an alternate explanation...its what they are used for as told by the people who use them, I guess you missed the many threads discussing the use of them?
originally posted by: Boadicea
Silly me... whenever I see threads that claim to know what cannot possibly known -- and always in the most arrogant fashion -- I just have to shake my head... Big sigh.
The so-called "chemtrails" are a thing. So is aerial spraying. So we know it is possible. Anyone who is intellectually honest also knows that they cannot -- and therefore do not -- know that someone somewhere isn't spraying something for some reason or another... Since it is impossible to prove the negative, the only correct answer is "I don't know."
The only correct answer in this case is the one offered in the OP, because that is exactly what it is. Sorry, this one isn't up for debate.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Boadicea
And what proof, beyond "I don't remember that from when I was younger" and "look up" is there that this is actively taking place?
Patents? Proof someone had an idea.
Studies that show chemicals being sprayed? None.
And so forth and so on.
Meanwhile, on the not happening side, there is evidence such as newer engines leaving more contrails, fuel being constantly tested, studies of contrails and weather. And so forth and so on.
Yes, it's good to be open minded, but be open minded with solid, credible, verifiable evidence, not because someone online said it's happening.