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Originally posted by psychoacoustic1
Obviously, since the weatherman wasn't expecting precipitation in the area, maybe the USAF is involved. But why so much? What are they hiding?
Or is it cloud seeding?
Originally posted by kenton1234
reply to post by Risen
"There are however some applications in releasing large amounts of metal flakes over wide areas to use as an antenna for communications or sensing purposes."
And who says you don't learn something new everyday. I'm going to read up about this stuff for a little bit be back soon. And thanks for the post. Star from me.
Originally posted by Anti-Evil
well, I for one think that 200 mile long chaff cloud is a bit big for a aircraft Chaffe ejectors.. maybe a blip.. but I would say the area covered is greater than 75 square miles. what do you think.. thats a lot of chaffe.
Originally posted by OneNationUnder
Everyone please contain yourselves...chaff is NOT what chemtrails are. Chaff is documented for decades, used on a daily basis and everyone admits it exists. There's no conspiracy surrounding chaff.
Now of course, instead of saying "chemtrails" he could be using the word "chaff," which is what I think he's doing. From the moment the video starts to play, his breathing is accelerated and he seems either really nervous or anxious. MY guess is he wanted to say the word "chemtrails" but his producer wanted the word "chaff." Because of his breathing you can tell the weatherman himself didn't now which word he was going to use until he used it.
There's definitely something more to this because of his breathing and body language. Something has this boys heartbeat going and I'm going to say it's not the weather. It's the fact that "chemtrails" have shown up on his radar and it's the 1st time he disagrees with his producer on the dialogue he must use.
Originally posted by Phage
Ohhhh. Big secret. The military uses chaff to protect their aircraft from missiles.
It has been documented in the past, particularly in western states, that NWS NEXRAD radar can detect chaff. What is that you ask? Chaff is a radar countermeasure used by military aircraft consisting of very small pieces of metal such as aluminum. It can appear as narrow bands of reflectivity on the radar since they are dispersed by planes flying at high speeds along a path.
Chaff is not "chemtrails".
[edit on 4/9/2010 by Phage]