posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:56 PM
reply to post by fazeone1981
Actually the only place that you would see that distinction made is from "chemtrail" believers. Everybody else knows that a contrail, which is
water and dirty air, and a cloud, which is water and dirty air will behave the same. Clouds can persist for hours and can be blown by the wind for
miles, therefore so can contrails.
The only way to really make any distinction would be to isolate the "chem-" that makes it a "chemtrail." That would take testing, of the trail
itself. Testing is done, by many people and for many reasons, and there has been only the expected components of exhaust from jet fuel through a jet
engine. You can't test the land, water or air down here, unless you can isolate and eliminate all other sources of the chemicals in question.
Show a test done like that, showing some kind of unusual chemical, and you might be able to say "chemtrail". Otherwise, it looks like a contrail,
it behaves like a contrail should, it's tested to contain only exhaust, therefore they are all contrails.