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Originally posted by network dude
question 1. Are all lines in the sky Chemtrails? If not, please explain how to tell the difference.
question 2. Do you believe that it's something in the jet fuel? If so, all of it, or just some of it.
question 3. How do you account for the days where there is no cloud cover or lines in the sky, yet airplanes fly?
question 4. If you believe someone is spraying you, who is this someone?
I have been researching and writing about Chemtrails for years. [skip] I have a education background in aviation, weather, and air traffic control. This knowledge and background were necessary to deduce with logic that something was happening.
No. The thing about Chemtrails is that they can look very similar to aircraft contrails.
To enhance the effect of aerobatic maneuvers smoke is sometimes generated; the smoke allows viewers to see the path travelled by the aircraft. Due to safety concerns, the smoke is not a result of combustion but is produced by the vaporization of fog oil into a fine aerosol, achieved either by injecting the oil into the hot engine exhaust or by the use of a dedicated device that can be fitted in any position on the aircraft.
If you see an aircraft, or series of aircraft that "mow-the-lawn" in the sky....
I have seen it. Only a handful of times in remote areas of the USA.
... 99% of what people see are normal aircraft clouds.
I doubt it is in Jet fuel.
... Is that aircraft fill up 2 of 4 of their fuel tanks with the "substance" and simply "dump" that fuel.
Most airliners have the ability to "dump fuel from a tank in flight in case of emergency or on the ground for maintenance.
Since most twinjet airliners can meet these requirements, most aircraft of this type such as the Boeing 737 (all models), the DC-9/MD80 and Boeing 717, the A320 family and various regional jet ("RJ") aircraft do not have fuel dump systems installed. In the event of an emergency requiring a return to the departure airport, the aircraft circles nearby in order to consume fuel to get down to within the maximum structural landing weight limit, or if the situation demands it, simply lands overweight without delay. Modern aircraft are designed with possible overweight landings in mind, but this is not done except in cases of emergency, and various maintenance inspections are required afterwards.
Many movies and TV news stories mistakenly assume that all aircraft can dump fuel, when in fact most cannot. In certain atmospheric conditions where the moisture content of the air is high, 737s (and other aircraft) flying at low altitudes sometimes leave a moisture trail that can come off the top of the wing, wingtips, or trailing edge flaps. Moisture trails coming off the trailing edge flaps can appear especially odd, since the moisture is being "spun" by aerodynamic forces. It is possible that some people observe these moisture trails and wrongly think fuel is being dumped.
Longer-range twin jets such as the Boeing 767 and the Airbus A300, A310, and A330 may or may not have fuel dump systems, depending upon how the aircraft was ordered, since on some aircraft they are a customer option. Three- and four-engine jets like the Lockheed L-1011, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 / MD-11, Boeing 747 and Airbus A340 usually have difficulty meeting the requirements of FAR 25.119 near maximum structural takeoff weight, so most of those have jettison systems. A Boeing 757 has no fuel dump capability as its maximum landing weight is similar to the maximum take-off weight.
I suspect a government fleet of KC-130 or similar military tanker aircraft have been retro fitted to fulfill this program.
Maximum speed: 362 knots (417 mph, 671 km/h)
Cruise speed: 348 kn (400 mph, 643 km/h)
Range: 2,835 nmi (3,262 mi, 5,250 km)
Service ceiling: 28,000 ft (8,615 m) with 42,000 pounds (19,090 kilograms) payload
I suspect that the Chemtrail flights are much LESS common then people are hyping it up to be.
Airliners from commercial airlines are not involved.
This is a straw man argument commonly used to derail a Chemtrail theory.
I have yet to see anything which disproves the possibility for a Chemtrailesqe conpiracy.
Will you EVER bring something relevant? Is this what we can expect from the "debunkers" here?
The thing about Chemtrails is that they can look very similar to aircraft contrails. What is more noticeable is the aircraft's behavior. Having some background in aviation can greatly aid in this determination. If you see an aircraft, or series of aircraft that "mow-the-lawn" in the sky to create an ever spreading pattern which would be the most efficient and logical way to mask the sky. This behavior is Chemtrail aircraft behavior. I have seen it.
Originally posted by network dude
reply to post by AllSeeingI
when did HAARP come into play?
This atmosphere layer, called the Tropopause is the best place to spray/inject/dump very fine particles into the atmosphere for the purpose of increasing the reflectivity of earth and therefore having cooling result if implemented correctly. Also this layer ranges from around 35,000-50,000 feet well withing the aircraft cruise range of most larger aircraft and military tankers such as the KC-135.