posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 08:10 PM
reply to post by weedwhacker
As was already stated, it doesn't matter who brings forth the information, the debunkers will spout their nonsense, nonetheless. Your own personal
God could break through the heavens and directly link to every person's mind, explaining the truth behind chemtrails, and debunkers would claim God
hasn't been acting normal lately and that everything he says should be taken with a grain of salt. Also, it's probably not even really him. There's
been a lot of misidentifications of Saturn when viewed through swamp gas as of late.
Contrails have been around for a very long time. The controversy over chemtrails, on the other hand, has not. Yet, by your reasoning, you expect us to
believe that humans have only recently become clever enough to perpetrate such a story as this, to pretend that there's actually something else up
there now. Right. Kind of missing something there in the logic department.
While I'm sure your credentials and qualifications as pertains to the subject are top notch (ha, ha), it's getting easier and easier to spot blind
skeptics who have little interest in the truth; instead, placing far greater demands on maintaing their cheery little world where the government never
lies or deceives us, and everything out of the ordinary can be easily explained by what is, quite ironically, an even more detailed and complex
I don't even find chemtrails particularly interesting. I'm open to their possibility, rather than claiming I know one way or the other (because I
don't, and neither do you). I just enjoy seeing people make claims that they honestly BELIEVE are truths, even though they have no way of knowing.
Every religion is founded on this principle. It's a symptom of the universe, I imagine. But, it's still really funny. The art of KNOWING things you
can't possibly KNOW is being taken to entirely new levels as of late.