posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 12:40 PM
I have been amazed at the varying answers I get when asking about chemtrails. These people cannot agree on anything. I guess since science seems to
be on the side of sanity and that the lines in the sky are called contrails, it stands to reason that the story might change a bit from person to
For those who don't know about this myth, here is how it goes:
If a line left behind a plane lasts for longer than 20 minutes, it's a chemtrail. It if dissipates before the 20 minute mark, it's a contrail.
But when faced with facts about weather conditions, this theory falls apart. Once that is gone, exactly what is left of this theory?
I have asked countless numbers of people who believe in this myth to share their views with me. Some say that it happens in every major city in the
world. I have even been told of the exact year this phenomenon started. Unfortunately, that date changes from person to person. By 10-15 years.
The amount of spraying varies from almost every day in every major city, to only sometimes.
What do they do? That seems to be the million dollar question. nobody can pinpoint any affects. Do they cause mass illness? nope, not that anyone
can verify. Do they kill people? nope, not that anyone can verify. Are they to combat global warming? well, I think we should first agree if
global warming is man made, or a natural cycle before we try to adjust mother nature. Is that the reason they exist? some might say so. some may
There is no uniformity with this conspiracy. Nobody seems to be able to agree on anything other then someone must be hiding something. When I look
up the word paranoid
, it's definition sounds eerily familiar.