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I took the liberty of editing out the needless quote and the abrasive material in your post.
I'd just like you to take some time to cool off before someone slaps a post ban or worse on you.
Please read the following and put all of this into perspective.
That's a fact and there is nothing you can do to prove its a lie on my part, just like the jibberish concerning chemical trails being other than what they are. "Never jump to conclusions based on assumptions". You make your posts, and I'll make mine. I am not here to bandy words with fools. As previously stated, I do not argue with fools. I could care less what you "think". Is "thinking" even possible on your part? I already know the answer. It was a rhetorical question. This is the last time I shall respond to a painted faced devil. You portray what you wish people to see by your picture. Conclusion: Your picture and your posts are an extension of what is in between your ears. As the song says; "Here's a quarter, call someone who cares". IE Next time you post, be sure you have your (&*%^&) together. That one is for "FREE". You have no clue to what is really going on. Go ahead.....call me a lia
An invisible aerosol trail is always left behind cruising aircraft. Aerosol and contrail formation processes in an aging plume determine the number, surface area, and mass of particles that are formed per mass of fuel consumed. Exhaust particle properties change in the presence of a contrail. Exhaust particle morphology and surface properties and aircraft-induced perturbations of background aerosol surface areas (Section 3.3) are of central importance for ozone changes caused by heterogeneous chemical reactions (Chapters 2 and 4). Particle number and freezing probability are key for the formation of ice (cirrus) clouds after passage of an aircraft in a region where otherwise no clouds would form (Section 3.4). Finally, aviation-produced aerosol can directly or indirectly influence the radiation budget of the atmosphere (Section 3.6 and Chapter 6). For recent reviews see Schumann (1996a), Fabian and K�rcher (1997), Friedl (1997), and Brasseur et al. (1998). The following subsections provide a description of volatile aerosol precursors and the formation of volatile aerosol particles, a characterization of emitted soot and metal particles, a review of contrail and ice formation, and a discussion of the mutual interactions between these particle types. Comments on reducing the impact of aerosols are given in Section 3.7.4.
Chapter 3. Aviation-Produced Aerosols and Cloudiness
Coordinating Lead Authors
D.W. Fahey --- NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory, USA
U. Schumann --- DLR Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Germany
S. Ackerman --- University of Wisconsin, USA
P. Artaxo --- University of Sao Paulo, Instituto de Fisica, Brazil
O. Boucher --- Université de Lille, France
M.Y. Danilin --- Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc., USA
B. Kärcher --- DLR Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Germany
P. Minnis --- NASA Langley Research Center, USA
T. Nakajima --- Center for Climate System Research, University of Tokyo, Japan
O.B. Toon --- University of Colorado, USA
J.K. Ayers --- Analytical Services and Materials Inc., USA
T.K. Berntsen --- Center for International Climate and Environmental Research, Norway
P.S. Connell --- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
F.J. Dentener --- Utrecht University, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, The Netherlands
D.R. Doelling --- NASA Langley Research Center, USA
A. Döpelheuer --- DLR Institut für Antriebstechnik, Germany
E.L. Fleming --- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
K. Gierens --- DLR Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Germany
C.H. Jackman --- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
H. Jäger --- Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Institut für Atmosphärische Umweltforschung, Germany
E.J Jensen --- NASA Ames Research Center, USA
G.S. Kent --- NASA Langley Research Center, USA
I. Köhler --- DLR Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Germany
R. Meerkötter --- DLR Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Germany
J.E. Penner --- University of Michigan, USA
G. Pitari --- Università Degli Studi dell' Aquila, Italy
M.J. Prather --- University of California at Irvine, USA
J. Ström --- University of Stockholm, Sweden
Y. Tsushima --- Center for Climate System Research, University of Tokyo, Japan,
C.J. Weaver --- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
D.K. Weisenstein --- Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc., USA
K.-N. Liou --- UCLA, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, USA
Aircraft jet engines also directly emit metal particles. Their sources include engine erosion and the combustion of fuel containing trace metal impurities or metal particles that enter the exhaust with the fuel (Chapter 7). Metal particles-comprising elements such as Al, Ti, Cr, Fe, Ni, and Ba-are estimated to be present at the parts per billion by volume
Sun dogs, or mock suns, are technically called solar parhelia (parhelia meaning "with the sun") and appear as bright bursts of light formed when sunlight passes through ice crystals at the proper angle. Usually, cirrus clouds in front of the sun produce sun dogs, but other ice clouds, such as ice fog and diamond dust, may also generate them. Sun dogs are sometimes so brilliant that dazzled observers mistake them for the sun. They are often bright white but may show a partial spectrum of color with the red wavelengths on the edge nearest the sun. Sun dogs often have comet-like appearance with a bluish-white tail facing away from the sun.
Even though leaded gasoline is largely gone in North America, it has left high concentrations of lead in the soil adjacent to all roads that were constructed prior to its phaseout. Children are particularly at risk if they consume this.
...but, HAARP? Actually, the MOST intriguing bit I liked (and, find a bit compelling) is the "digisonde" idea, and the large "floating" black triangles. As "antennas"....BUT, the rest of the HAARP "doom and gloom" and magical abilities stuff? So much woo-woo. They (she) took some rather benign facts about the program, and gave it more "power" than it deserves, or is capable of. Main point about communications abilities, and even the suggestion of disrupting others' radio communications....THAT I can buy into. Makes sense. Funny she used the "Phoenix Lights" incident to bring up the black triangles....because there are PLENTY of other incidents involving them..