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Originally posted by Rohdan
reply to post by DCDAVECLARKE
there is a discussion about that on a german board. they call me disinfo agent there too. that's ok. but you should know that everytime you call people "disinfo agent" you ridicule yourself.
Originally posted by DCDAVECLARKE
reply to post by Rohdan
Look i dont trust the conventual mind or its sciences! look around you are yea happy the way the world has changed? well im not! the other day a plane was at the roughly same altitude of another two, the only difference? one was a normal passenger plane with a small contrail coming out of the back end, the other two had huge chemtrails coming out of them spreading across the beautiful sky, as they went the trails came on an then of an then on again, later 6 came over at the same height criss crossing each other an polluting the shy for all to see! an i dont care what you or any other conventual minded person has to say on this subject i know the difference between contrails an chemtrails even though it seems you don't!
Originally posted by John_Q_Llama
The two primary answers you'll likely receive will be that those are contrails or they are chemtrails.
Like I said, however, there is no way to know for sure what they are.
Originally posted by One Moment
Normal airplanes do NOT act like this. Normal planes fly in their respected and assigned air-space allowing them safe flights, departures and landing maneuvers! There is no need to fly in tandem which the OPs (and so many others) photos suggest.
an dont say there normal contrails!
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Next time you share your mis-information and lies, do it in a thread where there isn't a picture of 6 aircraft being tracked flying one behind the other.
In the pics the trails are all next to each other, so it at least seems that they were not flying exactly the same path within that corridor.
you my not give a damn whats above your head