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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by dangleb3rry
As you can see, the results of the study based on ATS threads closely follows documented patterns of persistent contrails.
Contrails are more prevalent in the winter, as is the creation of new threads about chemtrails. If chemtrails existed as a separate phenomenon, there would be no such correlation. Why would interest in chemtrails fade during the summer?
This is my conclusion about the results:
People see more persistent contrails in the winter, freak out and rush to ATS to start yet another thread about chemtrails.
One poster added illness as another reason. People see more contrails, become ill, and relate the two. The problem with creating this relationship is that this time of year has been considered "the cold and flu season" for a very long time. Rather than contrails causing illness, it is more reasonable to conclude that contrails and illness are enhanced by similar weather conditions.
If there is a conspiracy concerning chemtrails it is a conspiracy to create fear (and to sell some books and DVD's) by taking advantage of a natural phenomenon and the low level of knowledge in the general populace about our atmosphere.
[edit on 11/27/2008 by Phage]
Originally posted by s0ndernet
Can we give some credence to the fact peoples intuition still lead them to believe that the persistent contrails are not always what they seem even and especially when armed with the scientific knowledge of the persistent contrail creation process and condition as well as knowledge of aerial spraying for the purposes of weather modification and communications enhancement as has been documented in state legislature and elsewhere.
Your data, Phage, seems to outline these factors.
Originally posted by venividivici
Nice thread and idea.
Here's what I think.
THe graph back on page one that shows a straight steady increase of activity from January through December is just wrong. I do not see the correlation between the increase in activity and months.
Secondly, just because a thread about chem trails has been posted on a certain date doesn't mean the chemtrail occured on that dtey. It could have been months or years earlier. This study is completely flawed. Nice try though. Sorry to poo poo the idea but I felt compelled to share my opinion. Your thoughts are welcome.
BTW. Full disclosure. I am a skeptic when it comes to chemtrails. They are contrails - plain and simple.
Originally posted by Tinkabit
reply to post by Phage
two can play at that game
Ezzati points to chronic disease related to increases in smoking, high blood pressure and obesity as factors driving the trend. He says while much is known about how to manage these conditions, care is not reaching the people who need it the most. Women have experienced the most serious declines.
Originally posted by dave420
reply to post by blowfishdl
And you base that on what, exactly? Your limited sky-gazing? Stop the presses! We have the smoking gun we need to blow the lid of this repugnant NWO/Illuminati/Reptilian/David Icke plot!