posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 08:29 AM
Call them contrails if you wish, but the fact of the matter is jet exhaust is FULL of chemicals, so, Chemtrails is proper title for the exhaust trails
of flying aircraft.
In an eye-opening example of the pollution being caused by aircraft pollution,
people all over the UK (due to the grounding of all flights) are reporting the clearest skies in years, and even some are saying they are feeling
better, more energetic.
Before this happened I don’t think anyone had actually stopped to consider just how much our love affair with aviation has come to dominate our
surroundings, especially in a big busy airspace like that above London. But now that the telltale pollution trails have vanished we all notice,
blissfully. I’ve just cycled into town, and the whole way I had my head tilted upwards, admiring the lack of contrails. It felt so… special.
Forums and blogs are full of rejoicing UK citizens.
So, no matter what you call them, I think we need to take a serious look at the effects, and contents, of what's being emitted from aircraft.
We force factories, cars, people to not smoke in building, but we allow aircraft to belch blue smoke and cover our skies with sticky skies and ignore
It's my air too. I need it to be clean, to live. Why is the atmosphere getting dirtier, instead of cleaner, with technology?
Where are the crystal clear blue skies in the mountains. Why are the valleys full of haze, and strange fogs. Why do weather patterns seem to swing
more wildly and set new records every year?
Please, stop the Chemtrails.