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Originally posted by Mythkiller
REPLY topost by AwakeinNM Would you describe yourself as a "Visual Chemist"? You can visually identify the chemical composition of a contrail 20,000 feet away? Fantastic!! That's a marketable skill, you must be making an assload of money.
You didn't address any of my questions...HHHmmm.
It's called deductive thinking...thats not to say assumption, but look at the evidence, it's obvious if you can use your cognitive abilities.
"Looking" and "seeing" are two very different things.
PS: Your avatar speaks volumes.
Originally posted by The Drunken Cow
reply to post by spikey
i had a wild thought that just maybe their
spraying it to somehow block out light from Nibiru.
just a thought... just a thought...
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
This video proves of chemtrails
That air plane isnt a MCD KC-10 the one on the video doesnt match
Sorry but you guys on ATS have to wake up and that they are spraying the skies.
@Maybe maybe not
oh really says who you?
Fortunately, a "chemtrail" is a paranoid delusion.
There is no such thing as a "chemtrail".
you sound like disnfo agent on ATS, of coruse not all agents would dare to say if they are being paid or not.
People keep reporting chemtrails, and thus they also report strange sickiness around the time of the chemtrails fly overs.
[edit on 18-7-2010 by Agent_USA_Supporter]
A different type of contrail or condensation trail is caused when a wing surface or winglet causes a cavitation of air in very humid conditions. This results in a unique vapor trail that is not formed due to exhaust gases. The next time you fly in a commercial aircraft through a rain cloud, look for the vapor trails that form over and around the wing.
In this work and the companion paper (K¨archer et al. 2008, this issue,
henceforth Part II), we investigate aerodynamic condensation and freezing generated by the lifting surface of aircraft under cold and ice–saturated conditions typical for the upper troposphere. Under favourable conditions for ice crystal growth and with appropriate illumination of the scene from the sun, beautiful irisdescence effects can appear, as shown in Fig. 1. The figure shows clearly that the condensation starts right over the wing and is decoupled from the engine exhaust. The aerodynamic condensation does not originate over the full wing span but is confined to the inner part where wing depth and thickness are largest.