posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 03:24 PM
Originally posted by Zaphod58
That "mechanic" is an idiot. First of all, static wicks are tiny. The amount of volume you could get through one is miniscule. Even if you used
half of them to spray you wouldn't be able to get anywhere NEAR the amount that people claim are coming from a plane.
Secondly, getting rid of half the static wicks on a plane like that would cause a static charge to build up, especially if there was a lightning
strike, and it would make the planes vulnerable. The charge would run right down the pipes to whatever they were attached to, and could jump to other
parts of the plane.
Didn't you miss out that the so called "Chemtrail" comes from the engines, rather than the discharge wicks? Just a thought, but that is where they
seem to come from.
Oh, and in response to:
reply to post by ChemBreather
The article you link for the cost issue doesn't really say anything, is written in a vague style, as well as covering for a lack of proof with the
All documents in our office pertaining to Project Cloverleaf are kept in
locked safes. Nobody is allowed to take these documents out of the
office. Very few employees are allowed access to these documents, and
they remain tight-lipped about what the documents say.
So all in all, I'm not going to trust that one bit.
And again, I don't see any special reason to believe pages of pure text about scientific issues. It is anecdotal at best.
Also, as an aside:
For eye witness reports, to suggest that the average person knows a lot about the atmosphere is probably a flawed idea since:
On the morning of May 18, 1980, many people in eastern Washington noticed dark, threatening clouds approaching from the west. Most thought the
clouds were part of one of the enormous thunderstorms common in late spring. However, what they did not know was that at 8:32 a.m. Mount St. Helens
had erupted explosively, blasting an enormous column of volcanic ash and gas more than 60,000 feet into the air.
If we are susceptible to mistaking Volcanic ash for rain, well, I don't think we can really trust youtube videos consisting of perfectly white and
normal looking contrails as proof of chemtrails.
So lets not jump to any conclusions about contrails due to reports by just about anyone, OK?