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Originally posted by weedwhacker
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by weedwhacker
But so do CHEMTRAILS exist *TOO*.
Easy to "say"....but, where is the proof??? You can have your chance to contribute....the *proof*....this thread:
See how easy it is Weedy?
Yes...it was easy, for you...to just make a claim, absent any substantiation.
Although, this rocket test facility has nothing to do with the existence of CHEMTRAILS.
Yes, of course....but, doesn't stop the ignorance about it. Just read some of the vile comments on the YouTube page, under that video!
Originally posted by CuriousEnigma
I love how NASA can just move this into an area, and say "if you don't like it, then leave." But if I turn my stereo up, my neighbors can call the cops and they tell me to turn it down.
What effect does this noise have on wildlife?
question are they releasing harmful chemicals through the cover of Rocket Propusion testing facilitys....
...or are they doing it covertly and spraying it out from planes?
I don't think they could afford to run it none stop, as for the people who think a rocket tester has caused flooding in any location seriously need to stay off ATS for a while and get an education
Originally posted by wlasikiewicz
That video is pretty cool, NASA making clouds . At least they are not harming the environment with their testing.
To cause flooding with that machine they would have to run it for days non stop. I don't think NASA are that careless.
Originally posted by defcon5
Since its steam, it becomes a closed loop, meaning it cannot cause flooding. The amount of moister that is dumped into it is equal to what comes out. Therefore in order to generate enough steam to cause a flood they would have to be dumping in enough water to cause a drought somewhere else.
In case there is any doubt that is water dumped as part of the noise abatement system, look at this picture from the end of your own video: