reply to post by boondock-saint
Ok, this is getting stupid.
Listen people... you must define "chemtrials" more clearly in order for this debate to get settled. The way I see it, there are two different
definitions for "chemtrails".
"Chemtrials" is a conspiracy theory that an entity (government or other) is using large numbers of jets and aircraft to spray millions of gallons of
chemicals over the population for reasons such as to poison the population, control the weather, poison crops, etc...
"Chemtrails" also loosely defines any chemical that is sprayed in the air from an aircraft. Be it crop dusters, mosquito control sprayers, weather
modification experiments, Corexit sprayers, and even military radar jammers to some, and even "sky writters" and aerobatic aircraft with smoke
Personally, I believe "chemtrails" according to definition 1, does NOT EXIST. I don't think it is a practical method. Spraying stuff that high in
the air only means it will stay that high in the air for a long time because the particles are small and light, and updrafts and rising warm air would
keep them in the air. Winds would spread them out uncontrollably, and chemicals would be spread so widely that it would be ineffective in any one
Also it requires lots of resources, and loose ends, and would be hard to keep a secret, especially when anyone can fly up and test the chemicals any
time they wanted, and anyone can track down a jet if they really wanted. It's really a stupid theory.
However, I believe "chemtrails" according to definition 2, does exist. Crop dusting could be considered "chemtrials" and has been around for many
years, but it's no conspiracy. Also, there is currently research being done by insurance companies looking for environmentally safe methods to
reduce hail storms so they can save money from damages, not a conspiracy. Also, there are many universities and probably even government experiments
testing weather modification (not trying to poison people), and that isn't a conspiracy either. Also, I believe there are aircraft equipped to spray
mosquito poison on lakes and large ponds to reduce malaria outbreaks.
So if you are going to takeout of context pictures of aircraft equipped with spraying mechanisms, before you use it as proof of definition 1, make
sure you have evidence to prove it has nothing to do with definition 2 first. For example... you can't take pictures of those aircraft that were
spraying Corexit over the Gulf oil leak, and then use that to prove definition 1 is real.... it doesn't work like that.
Nobody is denying the existence of aircraft that spray things... but MANY deny that there is a large conspiracy to spray entire populations with
...and to think little strips of chemicals can steer a hurricane!? Get real... The warm exhaust gases coming from the thousands of cars and vehicles
every day would be way more effective than small strips of chemicals in the sky. Little strips of chemtrails would hardly effect the atmosphere
around it. It would only help block light from the sun, and the hurricane weather already does that to itself. The theory is absurd really.
Here is some neat information;
Aircraft seeking safe haven from Hurricane Earl have begun
relocating at Albany International Airpor
Besides flight paths being rerouted to get from point A to B without being effected by the hurricane... there are many airports relocating all their
aircraft to other areas so they survive the high speed winds.
Also... all the OP's pictures show clouds next to the "chemtrails". This shows the weather is just right to create and sustain CONTRAILS. I'm
pretty sure they are just contrails...
[edit on 4-9-2010 by illumin8ed]