posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 10:02 AM
Originally posted by AllSeeingI
This would explain the logic behind the EXACT reason why the CHEMTRAIL flights are MADE to expose themselves during daylight and risk being seen and
exposed (AS THEY ARE EXPOSED MORE AND MORE DAILY). They are forced to spray during the day because this is the only time they can have an affect on
the cooling of the planet.
Hmmm, how many aircraft do you think are involved? There are something like 7,000 flights over the UK alone every single day.
The net results of all these flights is a slight warming.
If we wanted in in increase daytime contrails to produce a net cooling, how many more aircraft would be needed globally?
Plus, of course, there are only certain places on certain days where these contrails will form - hence we don't see them every day. It would seem a
very inefficient exercise IMO.
Nonetheless, an interesting thought and I'm not sure anyone has modelled it? What would be the implications of, for example, increasing daytime
flights and reducing nighttime ones?
I guess it'd be impractical to try and change flight times so that more aircraft few in daylight hours though. For starters - how would you get
between Europe and America at Christmas without flying in the dark at all?
Replication of the effects of volcanic eruptions would involve spraying aerosols into the lower stratosphere - a bit higher up than most aircraft fly
- and such aerosols would not be visible from the ground: it's only ice crystals that we can see that high up, when they form into clouds.