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Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by Copernicus
Unfortunately, irrational people keep ignoring scientific evidence & logical thinking, thereby unnecessarily scaring people who are susceptible to such ideas.
Originally posted by Unst0ppable0ne
Those are not nozzles on the jet, those are called "anti-shock bodies" also known as "flap track fairings" which cover the flap driving mechanisms.
Originally posted by johnny c
Guys where is the video number on u tube videos that you use to upload them to ats? thanks guys
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.”
...but their spraying something,.. whos the tard
Originally posted by neformore
What you see there is condensation formed by the plane passing through pockets of saturated air.
I just want you to admit that yes, when we go to the toilet we are pouring chem trails into the city plumbing. PLEASE admit me just that 1.
Originally posted by Unst0ppable0ne
So far I am the only one who called them what they are actually called.
Your post is unnecessary. It seems as though you are trying to discredit the idea that they are not nozzles by highlighting the fact that ATS members have different opinions of what they are and what they are called. If I'm not mistaking, it seems like a straw man tactic.