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Originally posted by vasaga
I already sense some arguments coming that the plane was at a different height even though it looks to be flying through the previous "contrail" in the video.. But I'm really curious what you guys think about this one...
Originally posted by scordar
I was just yesterday talking with a friend of mine who is serving his military duty at the local airforce. I asked him about the recent chemtrails that have been appearing in our skies lately. He admitted they have nothing to do with normal contrails. He didn't know what is in them but he said that when they form these criss-cross patterns the air force uses them to 'calibrate' their equipment. must be something to do with radar technology?
It is very annoying when somebody starts a chemtrail thread, the same debunkers crawl out of their caves trying to deny perhaps the most obvious 'conspiracy' of all times! even small children know the difference between contrail and chemtrail. The big secret seems to be what is in them and are they harmful to us or not.
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I knew this argument was coming. But really, look closely. At the beginning of that footage the plane/contrail seems either above the current "cloud" or through it because there's interruption of the visibility of the plane and its contrail. 8:54 is a good point to pause it and see that the cloud is disrupting the visibility of the plane.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by vasaga
You're being duped by a moron with a vid camera, posting on YT.
It is very obvious, at the time indices you refer, that the existing contrail, and the second airplane, are at different altitudes!!!
I'll withhold judgment for now. I'm still not sure.