reply to post by Zepherian
We've been over this before. Your testimony, no matter how compelling to you, is not proof of ANYTHING other than you claiming to have experienced
it. That's it. Unless you have a mass spectrometer in each eye and repeatedly sampled the contrails and found substantial strange chemicals, there
is no way your testimony means squat. I'm sorry if your ego places your own experiences above actual physical data, but that is your problem. You
will repeatedly have problems with people requiring something a bit more concrete than your gut feelings before accepting something is going on.
You think it's a done deal, but no evidence on the face of the planet agrees with you. It's a gut-feeling. It's a guess. It's paranoia. It's
And your call to deny ignorance when you clearly are ignorant of aircraft-induced condensation and atmospheric conditions is, well, laughable.
My posts ARE all the same - I'm asking you to verify your claims with actual evidence. I assume if someone is going to say "this happens - believe
me" then they have evidence for it. If you don't, that is not my problem, but squarely yours. If you are believing in things for no rational
reason, don't be surprised when rational people "LOL! WUT?" you when you start pouring your guesswork out and frame it as the truth.
So here we go again. Here's the basic rundown of a chemtrail thread:
- Chemtrails are REAL! I saw them in the sky!
- Do you have any evidence?
- I know what I saw!!!
- That's not evidence - that's your opinion. Human senses are easy to trick, and unless you know everything in the world and
are 100% accurate in your perception, which no-one in the history of the world has been, that is open to debate
- You are a disinfo agent! You don't want to know the truth! You are in on it!
- No, I just need evidence before I believe something. Just like I need evidence the computer I'm buying is an actual
computer, or the drugs my doctor gave me will actually help.
I'm not derailing the thread. This thread is about how chemtrailers think they can perceive everything in perfect accuracy, and know everything that
goes on in the sky. That is clearly not true (as it is for everyone), so there is nothing to derail. Just as if I started a thread on what I think
Bigfoot's favourite sandwiches are, people saying "but there's no evidence Bigfoot even exists" are not derailing it - they are merely drawing
attention to my assumptions.
If you had actual evidence, and not just your opinion, you might have a case. As it is, you have nothing of the sort - just wild guesses and an
obvious lack of knowledge of what happens at altitude when you mix hot jet fuel exhaust with cold air.