posted on Nov, 27 2008 @ 01:26 AM
reply to post by Phage
Excellent work, Phage. Probably the first scientific investigation of the chemtrail phenomenon ever.
As I mentioned on another thread, I believe chemtrails are caused by emissions from aircrew and passengers following the consumption of beans. I
wonder whether any research has been done on the seasonality of bean consumption, so that we can see whether it correlates in any way with the
seasonality of chemtrail reports as mapped in your graph.
It would also be useful to know whether Pythagoras and his followers left chemtrails; if they did, this would eliminate the Bean Hyphothesis.
We could then investigate a promising alternative explanation known as the Curry Hypothesis. As we know, the increasing popularity of Asian cuisine
across the world shows a rough trend relationship with the growth in chemtrail sightings. Perhaps some enterprising statistician could map the
frequency of opening of Asian restaurants in and near airline network hubs and compare them with chemtrail sightings on routes connecting with those
It would also be useful, in this context, to gather information on the number and frequency of spicy meal options served onboard to airline
passengers. The recent expansion of route networks by large Asian carriers (Air-India, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Emirates in particular)
is also well worth investigating, as is that of Korean Airlines - for the kimchi
connection, of course.
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[edit on 27-11-2008 by Astyanax]