Originally posted by BANANAMONTANA
Originally posted by LarryLove
reply to post by BANANAMONTANA
Did you keep the correspondence up? Do you think he was screwed down on the issue? An MP that knew too much perhaps?
No I just wrote to him just once after seeing a vdeo on you tube. He mentioned in his letter the you tube video without my reference thus must have
been bombarded. ;]
I'll dig the letter out..
When they get the buckdodles they forget the rallying speeches that we voted them in for. Not many gonads , too busy picking curtain swags from
interior design mags once they get the expenses... Maybe he is a closet warrior.
re letter: need to open up graphics package to cover name and address as it is a scan from letter that was posted, and I'm too lazy to do that now as
i have to find the cd with photoshop on it then ..etc...etc.
shhh..this time tomorrow, i will be wearing a red flower in my buttonhole.
[edit on 1-7-2010 by BANANAMONTANA]
My apologies in the delay, I have tend to fall asleep at night as I home ed my son and get knackered hearing about nerf, nerf, lego , lego and then
multiple fights over times tables.
Past few nights have been looking for polaris..
20 May 2008
Thank you for your email dated 3 May 2008 in which you write regarding your concerns over spraying in the sky. I am sorry for the delay in replying.
According to the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Ministry of Defence, despite having been actively engaged in spraying
chemicals or particles from aircraft in the past, the UK Government is not presently involved in any activities in which chemicals or particles are
purposefully emitted from aircraft.
The supposed ‘chemtrails’, shown in the Youtube video in which I have been mentioned and which I assume you have seen, are known as vapour trails,
or, more commonly, contrails. The official explanation is that these contrails are produced by aircraft engine exhausts. The combination of high
humidity and low temperatures is said to allow the formation of contrails and, depending on the temperature and the amount of moisture in the air,
contrails can either evaporate quickly or persist and grow. According to the government, contrails are composed primarily of water, of which the main
part is naturally present in the air; therefore they do not pose a health risk.
In the UK, the high volume of air traffic has undoubtedly led to increased cloudiness. Estimates in the scientific report ‘Aviation and the Global
Atmosphere’ indicate that in 1992, contrails covered about 0.1% of the Earth’s surface, by 2050 it is predicted that this percentage will increase
to 0.5%. Contrails continue to be the subject of research to help better understand both how they are formed and what affect they have on the
For my part, I intend to look further into this area when time allows. In the meantime, I hope this is helpful in taking matters forward.
Thank you again for writing.
Norman Baker MP
Lib Dem Shadow Transport Secretary
That was a few years ago and I did write to him after reading articles such as this.
Millions were in germ war tests