posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 11:34 AM
reply to post by Chadwickus
I've looked over the threads and sites you mentioned briefly. While I'm no expert on this matter you are in no way proving that chemtrails don't
exist. For example, yes it is true that from the youtube videos you can't conclude that barium came from jets flying over head, nor can you disprove
it. So in my opinion it's still a matter of debate.
The main reason I found this odd was I observed some planes at various altitudes not making trails at all, while others were. You can see an example
of this in the picture of the one of the planes I provided. So some of the planes were high, some of them were low flying that weren't emitting a
trail, that's what really got my attention, one little detail you seem to have over looked. I too pondered if this was because of precipitation in
the atmosphere, how can you explain why some weren't emitting a trail at various altitudes?
I mean don't get my wrong I really hope I'm wrong and were not being sprayed!
I had shown a patent from NASA to show that these technologies exist and it was just one example. While it is claimed for upper atmosphere testing
isn't it safe to say it could still fall to earth and contaminate the environment? Or does the ionosphere protect us from contamination? For
example some radiation and particles from the sun still make it through the ionosphere. Now the question is whether or not any barium gets through
the ionosphere and if it does is it below toxic levels.
There could be greater concerns as far as government contamination from current and past projects. I clear example is radioactive material
contamination. I live close from where Rocketdyne used to be. They did some tests with radioactive materials in the past. Despite efforts to remove
the soil there is some contamination left in the hills. Late at night I see trucks filled with soil from the hills where Rocketdyne did there
testing. It's done late at night in my opinion to avoid arousing suspicion.
There was a law suit from people in my area who sued due to the fact that many people were getting sick from the left over materials, I'll try and
find more information about this.
I also know a guy who I used to work with who used to work for the government under contract. He also was exposed to leathel level of radioactive
materials back in the 80s. He's had an enormous amount of health problems ever sense. There is yet another class action lawsuit involving thousands
of people under that one contract. I won't go into further details but I'm just pointing out that this sort of thing goes on all the time.
[edit on 11-2-2009 by oconnection]