reply to post by SWCCFAN
Sorry...but more hysteria from YouTube users, shouting "chemtrails" when they have NO clue, nor anything to back up such claims.
It is extremely isolated in scope, this case of plant damage...looks exactly like a local situation. Things like this happen in nature all of the
The YT'er isn't showing anything but his ignorance, and stating his opinion
-- one based on nothing. Except his vague, and desperate
'reach' to WWII !! Paranoia, displayed for all to witness.
Here...a similar article, about all there is so far on the Web:
Farmers are scratching their heads and some are worried their crops may be lost to the mysterious plague.
It’s happening along a large swath of land near the Shelby and Tipton county border along Herring Hill Road and elsewhere near the Mississippi River
Note the word 'plague'?
A 'large swath' along "Herring Hill Road"? (Another article I found said it affects "hundreds of acres". Sounds pretty darn localized, to
Folks....UNLESS 'they' are 'spraying' from an altitude of a few hundred feet, there is no way for this to be a result of some intentional
"chemtrail", as is usually suggested by the fringe "chemtrail" people out there.
What are commonly mis-identified as "chem" are actually normal CONtrails. At altitudes that result in them drifting away, and never reaching the
ground!!! Things (like clouds) suspended in the air at 30,000 feet don't just 'drop' straight down. Doesn't happen.
The YouTube says "Mississippi", but the articles refer to Tipton and Shelby Counties...which are in Tennessse, near
Memphis is the County Seat for one of them, and it IS near the Mississippi River....
Y'all can do some more of your own fact-checking, if y'all wish...
I just sayin'....I take some things from YouTube with a big ole' grain o' salt, sometimes...y'hear?
Oh, and here's Google Map, Herring Hill Road, TN:
Adding....noticed the updated post, above.
I would tend to agree that it's far more likely to be a sort of "fallout" from the Gulf oil disaster. However, time will tell...it's pretty far
inland, and as I said, still pretty localized, so far.
But, good thinking...especially when you understand the "water-cycle", and how moisture gets into the atmosphere, and condenses back as rain...so,
yes, contaminants in the polluted waters of oceans, lakes, ponds, etc, can be sucked up, carried overland, and fall back with the rains....
[edit on 11 June 2010 by weedwhacker]