reply to post by banned4life
Did you read anything that I wrote, except for what my profession and future profession is going to be? I have read all the replies and I have looked
into arguments that people have provided. Please sir, do the same in this case. If you refuse to look into the subject of meteorology, everyone can do
nothing else than to classify you as one of those people who are just to stupid and stubborn to even glance at what we are pointing at. You are not so
stupid and stubborn, are you? Please, look into meteorology, and until then, stay quiet.
And FYI. I am going to be an Air Traffic Controller in the upper airspace, controlling flights above Flight Level 250 (25000 feet and above), which
means that nearly all of the flights I will control will have a contrail behind itself. I will not be stationed in a tower so no phone call for me.
Though, I will be controlling the USAF, the German Airforce, the Dutch Airforce and so on, so I will for sure have some contacts with them.
One question for you. You obviously believe that the military would call the ATC and ask for permission or order them to let them fly into certain
areas, so that they can go on with their "spraying" of the skies? First of all; we (the ATC) adapt to the military. Of course we have alot to say
about, though the military have more (and for some reason USAF have alot to say about what we do here in Europe -.-). If the military would like to
fly into certain areas they will do it, whether or not we like it. Hopefully they will tell us first.
Second, how on earth can you believe that the military would inform the ATC or ask for permission to fly into airspace, to perform some kind of
über-secret spraying of the sky which has been kept secret to the earths population? Don't you think they would just do it instead of kindly ask the
ATC for permission first to fly where they want to do their spraying?
Now, when you have read this far, hopefully, you will not reply until you have studied some meteorology. Then, please return to give your view on
these things. Become credible and professional.
And by the way, my nickname is Zyril, not zril.