Wildlife = includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. (insects, microscopic life, etc)
(Please, if you believe it is affecting wildlife....please post your sources, not just your opinions.)
Is it really a problem ?
Before we claim that we have a problem...and the source of that problem, we must first identify the problem with facts and sources.
What IS accepted as the first indicator of a pollution, is the influence and decline of the most tender living organisms in our
environment........fish, birds, and microscopic life, and their habitat.
Humans are nowhere at the top of that list. When Humans eventually show up on such a list, it is of their fertility rates and infant health (and
infant death rates) first, and I suspect the sickly and elderly place after that. (I can't find an all encompassing list for this yet, if you can
find one, please post it....I will keep looking too).
"Canary in a coal mine"
Specific names for the sciences that monitors and studies the fragile species......
= Amphibians and Reptiles
= microscopic life
Other tittles may include Biology, Zoology, Marine Biology, etc...
Now....do any of you know any Biologists in these, or related fields ?
I do, and they are "scientists" who work in one of the above fields.
"Scientists" seem to get a bad rap around conspiracy circles, mainly because about half of them are employed by the gov't.
But working for the gov't in no way means they are politically motivated....they are people who as college students, were greatly
- and love nature. I can attest to these feeling expressed by them because I know them personally. Just because they found jobs employed by the gov't,
does not mean the left these feelings behind in order to carry some secret gov't agenda , and fudge figures for a cover-up.
Most of them are not really all that well paid - they do it because it's their love, and their dream.
Many environmental scientists do work and have training that is similar to other physical or life scientists, but they focus on environmental issues.
Many specialize in subfields such as environmental ecology and conservation, environmental chemistry, environmental biology, or fisheries science.
Specialties affect the specific activities that environmental scientists perform, although recent understandings of the interconnectedness of life
processes have blurred some traditional classifications. For example, environmental ecologists study the relationships between organisms and their
environments and the effects of factors such as population size, pollutants, rainfall, temperature, and altitude, on both. They may collect, study,
and report data on air, soil, and water using their knowledge of various scientific disciplines.
If a species or habitat is in decline, you can find MANY sources that state this is true. But what you CANNOT find, are any of these sources, studies,
publications, etc claiming that the decline is because of chemtrails.
If you do come across one or two...from what I have found, is that they are either,...
Reports taken out-of-context
Singular reports that have a multitude of similar reports that disagree with their findings.
I'll start with one such common internet claim that bird populations are dying from chemtrail spraying in Europe...
It is true that bird populations are generally declining worldwide, but are they declining from aerial spraying of chemtrails ?????
Research confirms extent of Europe’s disappearing farmland birds
New research has shown that Europe’s farmland birds have declined by almost 50% in the past 25 years – a trend caused by EU-wide agricultural
intensification being driven by a policy in need of urgent reform.
While populations have been largely stable in the west and east of Europe, forest birds have shown considerable declines in the north, where they are
thought to be threatened by highly intensive forestry exploitation, and in the south, where wild fires and unregulated logging may threaten their
populations.  One of the reasons behind the substantial regional variation observed in forest bird declines, the researchers argue, is that there
is no single unifying policy for forests in Europe, as exists for farmland.
Keep in mind, these scientific results are promoted and often performed by environmentally concerned people and scientists. If they thought the
decline was coming from overhead, they would say-so.
From the above report......
The results, released today (2007), bring together the most comprehensive biodiversity indicators of their kind in Europe, collated by the
Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring Scheme (PECBMS) - a partnership of leading scientists from the European Bird Census Council, the Royal Society for
the Protection of Birds, BirdLife International, and Statistics Netherlands.
edit on 21-9-2011 by EyeDontKnow because: ...because I damn well felt like it.