posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 09:47 AM
The chemtrail crowd seems to be focusing on geoengineering as the reasoning behind this despicable problem. It's nice to have a clear concise
direction as opposed to the way it used to be. There were more theories about chemtrails than were theories about 9-11. I am not a scientist, but I
do consider myself a thinker. I troubleshoot things for a living and have to think logically to solve problems. When I think about this proposed
geoengineering concept, I get confused. Supposedly, the reason is to decrease the global temperature in order to combat global warming. ( a problem
that a large portion of the world isn't sure about in the first place) If the purpose is to reduce the temperature of the earth, and the oceans are
the biggest sources of temperature rise that exists, why are the planes spraying over land? If the Atlantic ocean heats up 4 degrees sue to sunlight,
that will in turn bring higher temperatures to countries that border the ocean in direct path of the jet stream. Making it cloudy in Anytown
Wisconsin, might make it cooler on the day that it's cloudy, but when the sun shines again, and the upper atmosphere isn't conducive to making
persistent lines in the sky, it's gonna get hot. It just seems like a waste of time.
And to head this off at the pass, I don't think I know more than the scientists who work in the field, I am asking this question to learn.