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I find it truly amazing that people find the blueness of the sky and the freshness of the air such a rare and wonderful thing...I mean, they are obviously great, but the whole world should know this greatness, not live under a blanket of dark unhealthy smog...how disgusting...maybe living in a country town on the South Coast of Australia has really caused me to take this clear sky and ultimately fresh air for granted...
it was the most amazing blue I've ever seen
Chaos? I'll reply to you anyhow.
I think so, but I don't live anywhere near there.
So, why have they grounded all these aircraft?
Because of dangerous ash, no?
The skies are clear near the airports I think, I have no idea where the ash is, but surely some flight paths would be available? This could be nothing but what it appears to be, but it does feel like some sort of test on the people...who knows.
But are the skies not clear? Not the clearest for years?
Could this not be more TPTB gameplaying? Maybe just testing out which flights are important, so that they can be prepared come the day, when they can try their luck and declare full NWO lock-down.
Originally posted by CAELENIUM
What comes out of the back end of a Jet Engine is merely water and carbon dioxide. Neither of which are toxic. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide is essential for the continuation of life. Plants die if the carbon dioxide is not present or below a certain threshold.
CO2 + H2O = CH2 + O3
CH2 + O3 = CO2 + H2O
To say that Carbon Dioxide is a "toxic poison" is not scientific and is just simply political retoric so as the war mongers can build further nuclear power stations and thus possess more atomic weapons where by with which to murder untold millions of innocent civilians in World War three.
What comes out of the exhaust of a Jet Engine is clean and entirely environmentally friendly. However, if as we believe to be the case, chemicals are being added to the exhaust plume then these CHEMTRAILS are indeed a threat to public health.
In order to understand what is being done, we first have to understand some basic concepts. A jet engine is an internal combustion engine, just like an automobile engine is. In a jet engine, the fuel and an oxidizer combust (or burn) and the products of that combustion are exhausted through a narrow opening at high speed. Modern jet engine fuel is primarily kerosene, the same fuel used to heat homes in portions of the U.S. Kerosene, a flammable hydrocarbon oil, is a fossil fuel. Burning fossil fuels primarily produces carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapor (H2O). Other major emissions are nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen oxide (NO2), which together are called NOx, sulfur oxides (SO2), and soot.
Aircraft produce up to 4 percent of the annual global CO2 emissions from fossil fuels near the Earth's surface as well as at higher altitudes (25,000 to 50,000 feet). Scientists are still studying the effects of increased amounts of CO2 near the Earth's surface and in the upper atmosphere. Reducing those emissions is the goal of Glenn and its industry and university partners.
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
reply to post by CHA0S
Hello, yeah everything you say makes logical sense.
But you kind of looked like you were telling everyone how stupid they are and how amazing you are lmao.
Sometimes when we write on these forums we might appear as too aggressive when unintended lol.
In the past 30 years, more than 90 jet aircraft have encountered ash clouds emitted from erupting volcanoes. Ash clouds are almost invisible to radar. Silicon compounds within these clouds can cause costly damage to aircraft, ranging from abrasion of windows and composite surfaces to engine destruction. Engine failure associated with ash cloud encounters is a major safety hazard.
Originally posted by jumpingbeanz
did anyone see lots of sattelites tonight in the sky i did there was blooooody loads