posted on May, 24 2008 @ 07:09 AM
reply to post by ianr5741
Technically, there are three questions there.
A serious and conclusive study would be a great idea, but there are problems.
First and foremost, who actually does the study? Presumably, you want an objective look into the problem, so you don't want your study group composed
totally of people on one side or the other of the question. There's also the question of credibility...the very people best qualified to present the
'no chemtrails' point of view are the ones 'pro-trail' people point to as part of the conspiracy...and far too many of the 'pro-chemtrail' big
guns seem to already have their studies done....just send them $$.$$ for the book / CD / Orgone Generator to see the results.
Assuming that an objective (or at least balanced) investigative panel with good credentials could be assembled, do you really believe that the study
results would be believed? What if they came to the conclusion that we aren't being sprayed with anything? I'd wager that within an hour of the
announcement, someone would post 'conclusive proof' (or perhaps even "CONCLUSIVE PROOF") that the study had been subverted by the (insert name of
government agency here).