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GPS: Again, military has that skewed by miles. It is not uber accurate.
Originally posted by Sek82
Edit to add: I do like this ship explanation, but it looks like whatever is making it is moving with the weather as it is creating it, which is odd. Even looking at that somewhat elementary illustration below, that ship is not moving with the weather, the exhaust is subject to wind while the ship keeps a steady course unlike what appears in the OP animated image.edit on 8-5-2011 by Sek82 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by UrgentInsurgent
reply to post by _BoneZ_
Jeah, I don't think that's going to happen. If "chemtrailers" are going to continue to insist that there's some sinisiter plot to spray the whole sky with some chemical(s), then whatever they're spraying will be all over every single thing outside. I don't know what part of that you don't understand.
Whatever is found or not found on the ground is still no proof whatsoever of what goes on in the sky. I don´t know what part you don´t understand about that.
If people claim that they are spraying a certain chemical, but you can´t find large amounts of that chemical on the ground, doesn´t mean the chemical was not sprayed.
The point is, you keep bringing this up in threads where noone is actually talking about spraying Al or barium. it seems like you are always the first and only person to bring this up, and you complain about chemtrailers talking about the very same stuff.
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Originally posted by Sek82
I would have never thought it to be ships.
That "X" is not from ships. It is from contrails that are at or near the altitude of the clouds. That "X" moves in perfect sync with the clouds and jet stream. How someone decided to call it being from ships is beyond my comprehension.
Garmin® GPS receivers are accurate to within 15 meters on average
Disabling operation above these limits exempts the receiver from classification as a munition. Vendor interpretations differ. The rule targets operation given the combination of altitude and speed, while some receivers stop operating even when stationary. This has caused problems with some amateur radio balloon launches that regularly reach 30 kilometers (19 mi).
Selective Availability is a feature of the GPS system that enables the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) to purposely degrade the accuracy of signals that are used for civilian purposes. It has not been active since May 1, 2000, when President Clinton ordered it turned off.