posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 07:33 PM
Originally posted by Zepherian
reply to post by weedwhacker
"Look at meeeeeee, I'm an expeeeert! You believe me right? Let me define your reality so you don't have to experience stuff and think for
Who do you think you're fooling? Your position in this debate is untennable in the face of truth, and I trust more and more people will begin
I've held this debate open long enough now, I'm going to unsubscribe these threads and let you guys derail them all you wish. My judgement is very
few people are reading them now, they've served their purpose.
We may meet again when the next chemtrail thread hits the frontpage or if I stumble upon anymore evidence from my neck of the woods. And I will
discard your positions again, for which I apologise in advance, but it has to be done.
Well sir if you leave this thread to the debunkers where does that leave the rest of us. Frankly, I admire your patience with their collective
blather. You and T T have presented a wealth of linked information. I was especially impressed with reading the Hughes Aircraft patent on "
Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for Reduction of Global Warming " The patent is rather specific . "Seeding should be done at an altitude of 10
kilometers, approximately 32000 feet. The particles may be seeded by dispersal from seeding aircraft; one EXEMPLARY technique may be via the jet
fuel as suggested by prior work regarding the metallic particles. The particles would be emitted from the jet engine exhaust while the airliner was at
its cruising altitude. "
I will again offer the Patent link.
Opinion- RD requires a substantial investment. Perhaps Hughes Aircraft has money to burn. If this is a method currently being deployed, obtaining fuel
samples would be interesting.
Pilots , sorry not much to say there and weathermen . I'd rather an Atmospheric physicist. Below is a pilot that happens to agree with T T at least
in theory. It is a phenomenon worthy of serious investigation vs backhanded debunking.
Graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1971 and served as a U.S. Marine Corps pilot from 1971 to 1977.
From 1977 to retirement in 1993 flew F-4 Phantoms and the F-16 Falcons.
From 1978 through 2007,flew PIC for North Central Airlines, Republic Airlines, and NWA
Rated - DC 9, A320, DC 10, Boeing 747-400
We both trained at Luke AFB. I went to Vietnam, he chose a different route. Flying is a great job but by no means makes anyone an expert on the topic
at hand. I, like the above poster am tired of reading nonsense from people who apparently have no desire to look past their collective narrow minded