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posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 06:05 AM
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reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
 


Eeeeeeh! Maybe, you're terrible!




posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by A boy in a dress
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
 


Eeeeeeh! Maybe, you're terrible!


Go Alex.....Go!!!!!


Shaka laka them man boobs!!!!!



posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 06:37 AM
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Explanation: Chemtrailers are only legitimate people if other people say so!

Here is why...

Say I am a Chemtrailer [I actually am a Chemtrailer but that's not the point I'm trying to make here] and I self assess myself as a single people [a person]... would not the authentic people [Chemtrailers or not] think that my self assessment of my own people status to be unethical in nature due to a clear conflict of interests i.e. being based on my own puffed up sense of self worth which is rewarded by big note'ing oneself which is a self serving feedback system! :shk: ???


Personal Disclosure: Thanks to this thread and the OP's efforts, I as a Chemtrailer feel legitimized as a fellow person! S&F!



posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 06:47 AM
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OmegaLogos.....

You are getting sleeeeeeeeeeeeeeepyyyyyyyyyy.....

Very sleeeeeeeeeeeeeeepyyyyyyy.....

There are nooooooooo chemtrails.......






posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 07:19 AM
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reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
 

Explanation: Sleepy is all good! Aussies work better when we connect to our Dreamtime routes [roots?!]...

EVERYTHING IN THE SKY IS A CHEMICAL OF SOME KIND!

Yes...Even the natural CLOUDS!


Come on I dare anybody to try convince me that H2O is not a molecule that acts as a liquid solvent at 1 bar, 20 degrees C and at 1 G!


So silly semantic word games like calling some forms of these phenomena "contrails" is exactly that... A CON!

Personal Disclosure: Its not the chemtrails I am concerned by or even who is doing xyorz...its the potential lethality both short and long term that interests me for a myriad of reasons too detailed and off topic to discuss here and now.

P.S. Hmmm 2 previous spiral cases on ATS in past year and now one appears in this thread...those two were due to wayward and wonky wissles ehhh uhm..missles... OMG! ATS HAS MISSILES!!!



posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not

Originally posted by A boy in a dress
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
 


Eeeeeeh! Maybe, you're terrible!


Go Alex.....Go!!!!!


Shaka laka them man boobs!!!!!




BIAD giggles into his cupped hands, his long red fingernails
disappear under his long fringe.
Then with a nervous pout, he stands and shakes those...

I wonder if ten years from now, we're still discussing the
idea of chemtrails, will a new breed of Sceptics and Believers
be hammering it out on some site somewhere?

Or will we all be sat, breathing in alumi... allumin... bit's of
shiny metal and listening to mind-relaxing music that our
Governments pipe in on street tannoys.

Please say we'll get an outcome on this?



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 03:39 AM
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Originally posted by A boy in a dress
Please say we'll get an outcome on this?


I'm sorry, but there will never be an outcome for the true believers.

There are 3 ways to prove 'chem'trailing.

1 By providing irrefutable evidence of the chemtrail systems

2 By in-situ sampling

3 By providing a reasonable number of video examples (with full provenance), showing aircraft producing trails in conditions not conducive to contrails.

Clearly it is in the interest of the chemtrail snake-oil merchants to NOT have any outcome if chemtrails are proven not to exist..

That just MIGHT explain why over $6000 was collected by Carnicom and Thomas for in situ sampling... and then it all vanished, without even any proper attempt to start planning the sampling process. *-see note below

I'm quite happy to elaborate on how to do in situ-sampling (it could be done for about $5-10K), and also (and much more affordably) how to make videos of aircraft that allow proper identification of the aircraft and the altitudes/conditions they are flying at/in. But no chemtrailers seem very interested in the proper process... Very strange.

Are they incompetent?
Afraid of the black helicopters?
Or are they afraid that the chemtrail fantasy doesn't stand up to scrutiny?

Best way to prove it isn't the last one... is to step up to the plate.

Videos with provenance are well within the reach of Joe Average. Yet there seems to be no Joe Average interested enough to try. Let alone any Erin Brokovich. Why? Because anyone with the brains of Erin quickly realises this is a ridiculous conspiracy theory.

Sorry. But there it is. The chemtrail believers/promoters have had nearly two decades to come up with anything, and failed dismally.

All that has been achieved is to take money off the gullible, scare a few folks, and divert attention away from real issues...


* For anyone not aware of the story of the missing $6K (or is it $10K?), I'd suggest this link is *essential* reading:

www.chemtrailcentral.com...

[edit on 21-6-2010 by CHRLZ]



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 03:50 AM
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Originally posted by zaiger
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While my wife maintains the opinion that it is an iguana, i know it is a cat a shapeshifting cat mayb but a cat nonetheless. He is fine i think he just lost all his hair when we took a shower and were trying to get the chemicals off of it. Since learning that chemtrails are a figment of my immagination i discovered that my cat is not in on it with them and there is nothing to fear. So we play board games on the weekend together and i feed him cat food.


Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by zaiger
 


Zaiger.....

I don't understand this at all.

Why did you not wait until I finished editing my post?

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Do you expect me to write my post, edit it again, read your post, edit my post again & so on & so forth?

I mean, where would it stop?

:shk:


Im sorry i guess i just kind of got caught up in the moment. I still get emotional when i have to talk about my cat and people talk about my dyslexia.


Zaiger.....

We have been through this before.....

I don't talk to you about my illnesses & you don't talk to me about yours.

Kind regards
Maybe...maybe not



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 03:52 AM
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Fine then.....

Nobody cares about the oranges.



Regards
Maybe...maybe not



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 03:55 AM
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A Boy in a Dress.....



clap for 'Chemtrailers'


Did you not read the title of my thread?

"Chemtrailers are People, Too"

So you want them all to get the "clap"?

Oh.....how helpful of you.....




posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 04:06 AM
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Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
Nobody cares about the oranges.


Dam you, MMN. I was hoping no-one would notice that smoking gun. Alright, I ADMIT IT. Anyone can test that image for themselves - you will note that the R/G/B values for the icicles are all around 147/153/143.

Yes, those numbers do look familiar, don't they...! Well, of course they are. That's the well-known RGB for...

BARIUM!!!!

Just use differential calculus and linear regression on the atomic numbers, and you will see what I mean.





posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 04:53 AM
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Originally posted by CHRLZ

Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
Nobody cares about the oranges.

Dam you, MMN. I was hoping no-one would notice that smoking gun. Alright, I ADMIT IT. Anyone can test that image for themselves - you will note that the R/G/B values for the icicles are all around 147/153/143.
Yes, those numbers do look familiar, don't they...! Well, of course they are. That's the well-known RGB for...
BARIUM!!!!
Just use differential calculus and linear regression on the atomic numbers, and you will see what I mean.


Barium.....?

BARIUM.....?

Well, you can stick that up your a__s!!!!!



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 08:31 AM
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Stick what up his what??


Well, you can stick that up your a__s!!!!!



Well, he can have a "cold one" on me!



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 08:57 AM
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Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by A boy in a dress
 


A Boy in a Dress.....



clap for 'Chemtrailers'


Did you not read the title of my thread?

"Chemtrailers are People, Too"

So you want them all to get the "clap"?

Oh.....how helpful of you.....



*Large intake of breath* why, no... of course not.
Chemtrailers have a view that should be heard and
when there's lots of them on this thread, I for one
don't mind a good dose of listening... not.... what you said.



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker
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Stick what up his what??


Well, you can stick that up your a__s!!!!!



Well, he can have a "cold one" on me!


I have heard in certain circles... (chemtrailers excluded)... that
using cold Barium can cause problems involving a reluctance to
bicycle home or to the Post Office.

I hope this adds to a, already great thread.



posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 10:35 AM
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...Explanation: Chemtrailers are only legitimate people if other
people say so!

Here is why... Say I am a Chemtrailer...

All together now.... "YOU'RE A CHEMTRAILER!"

But please, continue...

... being based on my own puffed up sense of self worth which is
rewarded by big note'ing oneself which is a self serving feedback
system! ???


My head hurts now, Omega... can I have a rest, under these lovely
fluffy clou... WTF?!!



posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 05:55 AM
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Yo Team.....

Check it out.....

I just clocked 100,000 points!!!!



BAZINGA!!!!!




posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 05:57 AM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
 


Stick what up his what??


Well, you can stick that up your a__s!!!!!



Well, he can have a "cold one" on me!


Weedwhacker....

You know....

Barium.....as in barium enema!!!!

OK.....sorry.....I've been told to leave off with the medical jokes.....




posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 06:00 AM
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Originally posted by A boy in a dress

Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by A boy in a dress
 


A Boy in a Dress.....



clap for 'Chemtrailers'


Did you not read the title of my thread?

"Chemtrailers are People, Too"

So you want them all to get the "clap"?

Oh.....how helpful of you.....



*Large intake of breath* why, no... of course not.
Chemtrailers have a view that should be heard and
when there's lots of them on this thread, I for one
don't mind a good dose of listening... not.... what you said.


A boy in a dress.....

Well.....OK then.....

No problems!!!


Kind regards
Maybe...maybe not



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:16 AM
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ATS Team:

During discussions with the ”Great Man” (i.e. phage)…..

The ”Great Man” mentioned to me in passing the chemtrail myth almost certainly started at 1 specific point in time…..

…..that time being January 7 1999.

…..that event being an interview on the Art Bell Show.

I reckon the ”Great Man” might be right!


Look…..


WILLIAM THOMAS ON ART BELL AS EMERGENCY ROOMS OVERFLOW ACROSS USA


January 7 1999

William Thomas makes his first of eight appearance on Art Bell's “Coast to Coast” radio show with news of something he calls “chemtrails”.

The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Emergency Room patients were overflowing into the hallways at West Jersey Hospital in Berlin, New Jersey “as a wave of respiratory illnesses swept the area.”

There is a 24-hour waiting period to get into New York State hospital. In San Francisco, TV stations report that paramedics are being diverted to help handle swamped ERs. A person in Portland “heard on the radio that the hospitals in Portland are jammed up with people coming in. Plus in Eugene it seems like everyone is coming down with something. And my wife and I saw some rainbow-colored clouds yesterday. We are calling them chem-clouds.”
A local family physician says that “a nameless virus is bringing at least 10 patients a day into her office and driving some into the hospital, but laboratory tests show only a few are suffering from Type A or other identifiable strains of influenza.” [Lake Havasu Today's News Herald Jan 31/07]

Hospitals are full across the country. In Castle Rock, Colorado, the emergency room is filled with people and the prescription line is out the front door. A woman doctor told a patient it is a new bacteria that they can't fight. She says, “Your sickness will last for up to three months.” How does she know?

One month after I am assigned by the Environment News Service to cover the strange sky patterning, seven Kentucky counties close all the schools because of sick children with “flu-type” symptoms. In Youngstown, Ohio, a doctor tells a patient, “The hospitals were filled with patients having severe problems.”

On February 15, an Akron, Ohio resident reports, “The trails above our home are lower and wider. How long has this been going on? Our kids are coming up with throat, lung, and upper respiratory ailments that no one can figure out. My husband started with the sore throat last week. Also, my elderly neighbor across the street is now in a hospital on a ventilator. She came down with what they thought was pneumonia, then decided it wasn't that. It's a thick lining growing in her lungs, and they do not know how to get rid of it or what it is. A local hospital is leasing an entire floor and it's growing into a hospital company who specializes in upper-respiratory diseases.”

On a morning in late March, observers in Spokane count 33 chemtrails in two and half hours. One says, “We have a police scanner, and we are hearing so many rescue calls for people with breathing difficulties.”

A Chandler, Arizona resident reports that after heavy chemtrail activity, “The doctor's offices and hospitals were totally packed the next week, and one of the nurses I spoke to said they didn't know what was wrong with everyone.”
Lab tests for influenza keep coming up negative. Robert Page, director of the Chemung County Health Department in Elmira, New York, tells reporters, “We know there's a lot of sickness, but our diagnosis shows that it's not the flu.”

MDs across North America tell the New York Times and other newspapers:

“This is the worst crisis I have seen.”

“We have people double- and triple-parked in the ER on stretchers.”

“Respiratory and gastrointestinal illnesses are filling up the beds.”

“It was surprising to me how sick they got and how quickly it happened.”

“The increase in respiratory infections may not be due to the flu.”

“We know there's a lot of sickness, but our diagnosis shows that it's not the flu.”

“We've seen a lot of cases that you can't typically classify as flu.”

willthomasonline.net...


Kind regards
Maybe...maybe not

[edit on 2-7-2010 by Maybe...maybe not]





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