Originally posted by wonderworld
reply to post by weedwhacker
You admit they were previously pulled by another plane.
There, twisting words from another member's post....I 'admit'...boy, I am getting a little steamed. Is that good behavior? I said I
I had heard of such things, from WWII!!!
Ahem...that was over 60 years ago.
Some say yes and some say they fly behind the plane to measure the chemtrail.
Oh, the mysterious "some"? Some say there is a Loch Ness monster...so what? And, before anyone screams OT, it was to make a point. Nebulous
claims by unidentified people aren't very credible. AND, 'measure' what, exactly? Don't 'they' know what 'they' are doing?
Now they use drones by themselves and in other circumstances they use Silver orbs to spray.
AH....now the really interesting part, the use of the word "they". Mysterious, again unidentified...but just enough insinuation to make it
plausible. Just enough to slip in these magic "silver orbs" without anyone noticing.
how do these spherical silver vehicles operate? Are they a gift from ET? What is their propulsion method? Do realize how many
UFOlogists would cut off an arm to actually see one? Yet, you fancifully claim them to be Human technology, under Human control?
Now, having said that...and looked at your 'pictures'...I ask you, again, just how large do you think these 'silver orbs' are, and also the drones
(such as the Predator UAV) and what kind of payload they could carry?
100 lbs? 500lbs? Because, if you wish to carry a liquid, let's say water for example. A mere 100 gallons of water would weigh 750 lbs. For
perspective, you can picture two 55-gallon drums (we're all familiar with them, right?) to get an idea of sizes.
From Outside Source:
Degree of autonomy
UAV monitoring and control at CBP
HiMAT Remote Cockpit Synthetic Vision Display (Photo: NASA 1984)Early UAVs used during the Vietnam War after launch captured video that was recorded
to film or tape on the aircraft. These aircraft often were launched and flew either in a straight line or in preset circles collecting video until
they ran out of fuel and landed. After landing, the film was recovered for analysis. Because of the simple nature of these aircraft, they were often
called drones. As new radio frequencies gained more available, UAVs were often remote controlled and the term "remotely piloted vehicle" came into
vogue. Today's UAVs often combine remote control and computerized automation. More sophisticated versions may have built-in control and/or guidance
systems to perform low-level human pilot duties such as speed and flight-path stabilization, and simple prescription navigation functions such as
waypoint following. In news and other discussions, often the term "drone" is still mistakenly used to refer to these more sophisticated
The above, from Wiki, on modern drones (which, BTW, are mostly used as surveillance tools).
They are less conspicuous, and less noisy.
Also from Wiki, actual FACTS about modern drones:
Notable high endurance flights UAV Flight time Date Notes
QinetiQ Zephyr Solar Electric 82 hours 37 minutes 28-31 July 2008 QinetiQ press release
Boeing Condor 58 hours, 11 minutes ? The aircraft is currently in the Hiller Aviation Museum, CA.
Hiller Aviation Museum reference to the flight
QinetiQ Zephyr Solar Electric 54 hours September 2007 QinetiQ press release
New Scientist article
IAI Heron 52 hours ? NOVA PBS TV program reference
AC Propulsion Solar Electric 48 hours, 11 minutes June 3, 2005 AC Propulsion release describing the flight
MQ-1 Predator 40 hours, 5 minutes ? UAV Forum reference
Federation of American Scientists reference
GNAT-750 40 hours 1992 Directory of US Military Rockets and Missiles reference to the flight
UAV Endurance Prehistory reference
TAM-5 38 hours, 52 minutes August 11, 2003 Smallest UAV to cross the Atlantic
TAM-5 FAQ page
Aerosonde 38 hours, 48 minutes May 3, 2006 Aerosonde release on the flight
I-GNAT 38 hours, landed with 10-hour reserve ? General Atomics reference to the flight
RQ-4 Global Hawk 36 hours ? Space Daily story on the flight
RAND Corporation report
Aerosonde "Laima" 26 hours, 45 minutes August 21, 1998 First UAV to cross the Atlantic
Aerosonde Laima page
Seattle Museum of Flight
Vulture(UAV) Has not flown. Potential endurance 5 years ? A DARPA project - Vulture - The Unmanned Aircraft Able to Stay in the Air for 5
Orbs are also manned from the ground or a plane.
Please explain that
in greater detail...I'm all eyes.
Orbs have been seen, after pictures of chemtrails were taken but some not noticed until after they were put on the computer.
Again....the Loch Ness monster has been seen, after pictures of ripples in the lake and the reflection of clouds in the sky were taken but she was not
noticed until after they were put on the computer.
See? One can think they saw it, if one just believes
Edit to remove extra quote tag.
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