I've posted twice in this thread early on, the first time
The reason I made that
post the way I did is that I have a lot of
difficulty believing there's still any question about this issue.
As I have mentioned in other threads here at ATS, I live in Ann Arbor, MI, USA, and we've got nearly constant chem-trail activity almost everyday,
although today there's only been a few. My sister lives 90 miles east of here, and when we go and visit her it's going on over there too.
I mean it's obvious!
Like so obvious that at a barbeque last summer I noticed up in the sky, probably at cruising altitude, two jet-liners, both moving in the same
direction, more or less, and separated by about 10 or 15-degrees of arc. One was putting out a major chem-trail, while the other one was putting out a
regular, old normal con-trail, the kind that disappears after a few minutes ...
I pointed this out to a few of my friends who were present and of course they thought the whole idea was crazy until I pointed out both jets and the
completely differing natures of each's respective exhaust plume ... In the final analysis, I don't think they bought the chem-trail conjecture, but
they did readily admit, after studying both jets a while, that there was quite an obvious difference in their exhaust patterns ...
Anyway, just the other day, I was driving here in town at about 4 in the afternoon. Prior to that day the weather had been quite consistently in the
20's ( F ), for at least a week. On this particular afternoon the sky was overcast, with a cloud deck at about 6000 feet, and the temperature was
about 70 degrees. As I was heading west, right around 4, suddenly I felt warm sunlight on my left side, and when I looked up I noticed basically a
large hole in the cloud cover, through which the sun was shining. Not more than five minutes later nothing less than half a dozen jet trails coverged,
at high altitude, right in front of the sun ... 20-minutes later, when I checked again just for kicks from my balcony I noticed the sky was completely
overcast again ...
I don't know what this all means ... as I say, it's obvious something is going on, and the only thing I can think of to explain it is that the sun
is putting out a lot more heat ( as well as other kinds of radiation too ), and these high altitude measures
are being taken to somehow
for the situation ...
Take it for what it's worth, but IMHO, trying to imagine
the situation away with fancy reasoning and rationalizations probably isn't the best
of strategies, although as I pointed out in my first
post, such a
reaction is quite normal, and totally understandible.
I hope these comments are taken in the positive spirit in which they have been intended.