Originally posted by ANOK
And yes it is a miltary operation, why would they use civilians?
Just for the sake of argument, let’s just assume that there is a military “spry program.”
Considering how widespread the reports of “Chemtrails” are (worldwide, by some accounts), then this would have to be a fairly extensive
operation.
How many planes would this take? Certainly more than 100. If all the reports of chemtrail sightings are true, then there would have to be at least a
thousand of planes in operation daily.
Think about it; let’s just say for the sake of argument, that the average area of the sky that a person can observe (and note the presence of
contrails in) is roughly 50 miles in diameter. That is an area of 7850 square miles. If, we assume that the average number of contrails observed
during that time is 1, and that that average is evenly distributed across the 3,119,819 square miles of the continental U.S. that means that there
would have to be around 400 aircraft in the air at any given time. Now, considering that planes can not fly continuously, would it be reasonable to
assume that you would need at least four times this number to support your program (planes have to be rotated in and out of service for maintenance
etc.) Five times would probably be more realistic, but I’ll go with four for now. In fact I will say let’s assume that your chemtrail fleet
consists of 1,500 spray planes.
Now, each plane will require an air crew to fly it. And a ground grew to service it. Once again, let’s assume an air crew of 5 people and a ground
grew of 10 people. That right there is 22,500 people.
Now if you know how the military operates you would know that for every asset like an airplane, air crew and ground grew, there are hundreds of other
support personnel that are required as well. Let’s just say you have another 12,500 people in support roles.
Now all of the sudden your program has 35,000 people directly involved in it.
Finally you have to base these planes somewhere. For simple logistical efficiency you would need more than one base to operate across the U.S.
Where are these bases? Are the totally separate, or are they “hidden” among other active bases? If that is the case you have suddenly increased
the number of people who need to be involved in your program.
(That is not even counting the civilian contractors that would be supplying the specialized spray equipment and the spray material, whatever that
would be.)
Let’s not forget that many people also quit the service for various reasons. If this program has been going on for 10 years or so, the total number
of people in on this would be much higher.
So would an estimate of 40,000 personnel either directly or indirectly involved in this “program” be reasonable?
Consider the fact that United airlines flies around 500 jets and has around 60,000 employees. Even if you factor out gate agents and ticketing, you
still have a considerable number of people required to operate and fly a large fleet of aircraft.
At this point I would like to introduce you to “
Roark’s Law of Secrets,” which states:
The probability of any secret remaining a secret is directly proportional to the inverse of the people who know it.
This law works thusly: if 1 person knows a secret, then that person has 100% chance of keeping that secret. However, if two people know the secret,
the probability of that secret remaining a secret has just dropped to 50%. If more than 100 people know about it, then it can no longer be considered
a secret, but rather it has moved into the realm of common knowledge.