Originally posted by dave420
You really aren't up to scratch with paying attention to your surroundings or in science class, huh?
No I guess not... I must be dumb cause when I ask what chemicals make red smoke I get lectures on light dispersion through white clouds...
Hmmmm Well thank God for the Military... they don't try to evade the question.
This is a purple smoke grenade, used during a military training exercise. Typical colored smoke is like a normal white smoke bomb, with a dye released
into the smoke.
U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott T. Sturkol)
Seems the Air Force is good at making pretty bombs and 'smoke' trails...
AH See THEY have an answer for me...
Red Smoke Recipe
* Potassium chlorate - 15%
* para-nitroaniline red - 65%
* Lactose - 20%
Green Smoke Recipe
* Synthetic indigo - 26%
* Auramine (yellow) - 15%
* Potassium chlorate - 35%
* Lactose - 26%
Disperse Red 9 (older formulation)
Solvent Red 1 with Disperse Red 11
Solvent Red 27 (C.I. 26125)
Solvent Red 24
Solvent Yellow 14 (C.I. 12055)
Vat Yellow 4 with benzanthrone (older formulation)
Solvent Yellow 33
Solvent Yellow 16 (C.I. 12700)
Solvent Yellow 56
Oil Yellow R
Vat Yellow 4 with benzanthrone and Solvent Green 3 (older formulation)
Solvent Yellow 33 and Solvent Green 3
Solvent Green 3
Oil Green BG
Solvent Blue 35 (C.I. 26125)
Solvent Blue 36
Solvent Blue 5
Disperse Red 9 with 1,4-diamino-2,3-dihydroanthraquinone
Solvent Violet 13
KEWL!!! Well so much for getting straight answers to simple questions on ATS. I see nothing mentioned about refracted sunlight where I was looking
Very Pretty for Warfare
So... the Air Force has all kinds of recipes for colored smoke...
They also have smoke dispensers on Air Planes during Air Shows to leave colored smoke trails.
That smoke does not come through the engine... so why are you assuming chemtrails are produced through the engine?
The pesticide planes have external sprayers...
The 'vortex study' planes have external sprayers...
Don't see why its so hard to understand a simple change of WHAT is coming out of those sprayers is the only difference
[edit on 3-12-2008 by zorgon]