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I can assure you, we had NO TANKS onboard to carry any sort of odd "chemicals". No switches to activate valves or pumps. No circuit breakers on the CB panel, nothing in the Airplane Manuals, no training on it. And, beleive me, we get a LOT of training, there is NOTHING on the airplnae that we don't understand, or don't know about. THEN, there is the weight issue (and balance). ANY item onboard has weight. Weight is an issue, of course. ALL weight is the enemy, when it is unnecessary. Added fuel burn, contrary to fuel conservation efforts that are so important today, with the high cost of fuel. ANYTHING that is opnboard, and leaves for any reason, also will change the balance. You will notice that fuel on jetliners is concentrated (laterally) mostly where it is closest to the Center of Gravity of the airplane. This way, as fuel is burned, the CG is minimally affected. ALL of the available space inside the airframe is already spoken for, fuel tanks, equipment, passenger and luggage/cargo areas. There simply is NO PLACE to "hide" any "chemical" apparatus
The second and most secretive project is the United States Navy's, RFMP, Radio Frequency Mission Planner, military program. The RFMP is the system name given to a group of computer programs and one of the supporting, subprograms within the RFMP system is called the VTRPE computer program. VTRPE is an acronym that stands for Variable Terrain Radio Parabolic Equation, It is a computer Radio Frequency propagation program that deals with radio waves and enables the RFMP system to visually see the battlefield terrain in 3 dimensions (3-D) on a television screen. The RFMP system also depends on satellites to feed their images of the battlefield into the RFMP system to be combined with the battlefield picture painted from the ground thus producing 3-D images....
The government and military solved the “ducting” problem by releasing an aerosol, a mixture of barium salts into the atmosphere over America. They made an atmospheric RF duct with a base of barium aerosol from aircraft. The chemical and electrical characteristics of the mixture will cause water moisture to stay in clouds.
I never made a reference to the planes being commercial passenger planes. I have continually said they are Black Ops.
... but to say carrying chemical is impossible; is a silly argument.
What about military fueling tankers? What about firefighting planes? What about heavy transport planes??
Primary user United States Air Force
Produced C-5A: 1968-1973
Number built 131 (C-5A: 81, C-5B: 50)
Operators of John Deere's new 4930 self-propelled sprayers may get tired of spraying before the sprayers run out of something to spray. The 4930, the new and improved version of the 4920 model, is equipped with a 1,200-gallon spray tank. The liquid spray tank can be removed and replaced with a 200-cubic-foot dry Ag Leader box for fertilizer or lime applications. With spray boom widths of up to 120 feet and an optional high-flow plumbing system that can deliver up to 50 gallons of spray solution per acre, drivers can cover a lot of ground with the new sprayer — liquid or dry. “We have some guys in Canada and Brazil who can do up to 2,500 acres per day,” says Craig Weynand, product marketing manager for John Deere's Des Moines Works. “It helps that the sprayer has a 140-gallon fuel tank that is designed to allow you to run for 16 hours without re-fueling.
...using cubic volume as though the chemtrail is supposed to poison a box, but all it has to do is lay a fine mist out; that then falls to the ground.
...that then falls to the ground.
Last I checked in the States the life expectancy has dropped, and the amount of "odd" immune diseases, cancer, and many more have gone through the roof.
The report also shows the nation's top 15 causes of death, 10 of which had declines in their age-adjusted death rate in 2006, as this list shows:
1. Heart disease: down 5.2%
2. Cancer: down 1.7%
3. Stroke: down 6.4%
4. Chronic lower respiratory diseases: down 6.3%
5. Unintentional injuries: up 1.8%
6. Diabetes: down 5.3%
7. Alzheimer's disease: down 1.3%
8. Influenza and pneumonia: down 12.3%
9. Kidney diseases: up 1.4%
10. Septicemia: down 1.8%
11. Suicide: unchanged
12. Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis: down 2.2%
13. Hypertension: down 6.3%
14. Parkinson's disease: down 1.6%
15. Homicide: up 1.6%