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Chemtrails,and other disinformation.

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posted on Mar, 25 2006 @ 04:57 PM
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I hear a lot of talk about chemtrails over the years and I wonder why this theory is still accepted as truth for some. I live under a very busy Westbound airspace corridor (I lack a better word for it) No less than one airliner has gone over my house at varying altitudes every minute (usually 2-3) every day for the past 15 years. I have never gotten sick from it and none of my family members have developed any serous (non genetic) medical conditions since we have lived here. Depending on air conditions some days I see contrails all day long, or only occasional ones from A/C at high altitude. This alone has proved to me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the whole Chemtrails dealy is nothing but a hoax. I do believe that all the air traffic may cause some effect on our weather, but not purposely, and not to an extreme that could be measured.

It is my theory that the US government may have started it in an attempt at disinformation. This is nothing but an attempt to steer our attention from more pressing issues (war in Iraq, terrorism, pollution). It is also a great way to weed out the radicals/conspiracy theorists/tinfoil hat wearing folks from your average citizens. Participating in open discussions on the internet about such non conventional topics (NWO, Chemtrails, MJ12, Illuminati) only serves to point to you as being a person of possible interest. Our own paranoia of control and government powers serves as a lighting rod for government attention.
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated




posted on Apr, 9 2006 @ 08:15 AM
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yeah what is the big deal with chem trails???!!!



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 06:44 AM
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I have sometimes wondered whether the whole chemtrail thing was originally an experiment to see how readily people would accept a new 'conspiracy'.

It's actually quite clever because most people - unless they have an big interest in the weather, in landscape photography, or in plane spotting - don't look up at the skies much, and rarely notice what aircraft fly over their homes or what clouds there are in the sky . So it's easy to convince them that lingering contrails - and even things like irridescent clouds - are 'new' phenomena. And if you suddenly start looking up at the sky then "Wow! They're right"! I hadn't noticed that before...."

And once you've been caught in the conspiracy then it soon becomes obvious that all those folk who have been looking at the skies for decades, and know that it's all completely harmless and natural etc and try to explain it to you, are clearly just disinformation agents.

After all, why else would someone be so determined to convince you that chemtrails don't exist?



 
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